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Marine Corps Recruit Depot clashes with 5th Marines during intramural football season September 24, 2010 — The depot’s football team, the Titans, had their first victory of the season against the 5th Marines Grizzlies in a 34-0 game at Camp Pendleton, Sept. 14.   Both teams warmed up on the field running through drills and calisthenics for just a short period of time before the game started at 7:30 p.m.  The Titans won the coin toss and decided to take MORE
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Football player trades pads in for flak September 23, 2010 — After four years of playing offensive tackle on his high school’s football team, he was awarded a full scholarship to attend the University of Kansas in Lawrence, Kan., to  play football. Almost two years later, Recruit Bernard D. Lueken, Platoon 3246, Company L, couldn’t continue playing the role of a football player in the spotlight. He had to MORE
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Assault course teaches Lima Recruits what is takes to win September 23, 2010 — From learning discipline through practicing drill to learning to focus in chaos at the rifle range, Marine recruits are constantly saturated with information and skills to help them become well-rounded warriors who can maintain the standards set by Marines from the past and present. As training progresses, recruits are required to learn and exhibit MORE
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Commandant, Sgt. Maj. of the Marine Corps, visit depot September 23, 2010 — The Commandant of the Marine Corps Gen. James T. Conway and Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps Carlton Kent visited Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego, Calif., Sept. 16. At a town hall meeting for depot personnel, Gen. Conway and Sgt. Maj. Carlton W. Kent addressed issues such as down-sizing the manpower of the Marine Corps and the war in MORE
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Military members monkey around absolutely free September 17, 2010 — After a long week at work, most Marines either want to relax, go out or do something with friends or their families.  However, sometimes the price of a southern California can limit the choices available. For military members and their families the San Diego Zoo can be a fun and inexpensive way to spend a day.  The zoo is known for being the MORE
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9/11 spurs baseball player to join Marine Corps September 16, 2010 — Many say that everything is bigger in Texas, to include dreams. One Texan baseball player’s biggest dream, to become a U.S. Marine, has become a reality. Pvt. Ben W. Reed, Platoon 2128, Company F, grew up in Graham, Texas, a considerably large town that was known for its baseball. No one in Reed’s family played baseball, but he shined at the sport MORE
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Secretary of Defense pays for cost-cutting ideas September 16, 2010 — With only one week remaining for submissions to the Department of Defense’s Innovation for New Value, Efficiency & Savings Tomorrow Awards contest, the Marines are falling far behind other services for total submissions. As of Tuesday, the Corps was in last place with 378 submissions, well behind the next closest competitor, the Navy, at 1,080 MORE
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Co. F recruits test endurance, agility, strength in CFT September 16, 2010 —  Recruits from Company F, dressed in their woodland camouflage utilities, waited anxiously on the morning of Aug. 26 to be tested once more before they earned the title Marine. This time, it is their combat fitness that is being tested. The Combat Fitness Test is an annual test that complements the Physical Fitness Test. “We do this so the recruits MORE
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Provost Marshal’s Office makes depot safer place September 10, 2010 — Contrary to what some servicemembers aboard the depot may think, military polices’ sole purpose on the depot is not to just pull people over. In fact, their job entails much more, and the installation would be very different without them.  “The depot wouldn’t be safe if there were no barriers or monitored entry control points,” said 1st Lt. Ian M. MORE
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Company C recruit brings family values to Corps September 10, 2010 — Most people in American society may frown upon a high school dropout, but Andrew Paseka, Platoon 1051, Company C, doesn’t seem to mind since he dropped out to take care of his family and eventually do what most Americans would be too scared to; earn the title United States Marine. High school students in their senior year may often concentrate on MORE
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