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These Marines were the first to try a new infantry training range in SoCal with a million-dollar view
“Whenever we have an opportunity not to go to Twentynine Palms, that’s great.”
USAA pays off Marine family’s $14,000 bill from private military housing company
“Overall, we received a lot of shocked responses from service members on social media."
US Marine family billed $14,000 by private military housing company
“I can honestly see no way we could have possibly planned for this scenario."
Troops around the world crowdsourced a military version of ‘MTV Cribs’
We know what you're thinking, and yes, you should've joined the Air Force.
Marine recognized for saving drowning couple from rough waters in California
“It’s what Marines are expected to do."
We salute the Marine Corps infantryman who rescued an infant from a burning car
"I'm not a firefighter, but Marines are prepared to react to contact all the time."
We salute the acting undersecretary of the Navy for rocking a Clint Eastwood patch on his flight suit
Acting Undersecretary of the Navy Gregory J. Slavonic recently wore a custom patch on his flight suit during a visit to Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton
Two US Marines charged in connection with fatal drug overdose of a fellow Marine
Two U.S. Marines at Camp Pendleton were arrested Tuesday by federal agents after being indicted in a drug-dealing conspiracy that included the sale of oxycodone pills laced with fentanyl that led to the fatal overdose of another Marine.
Ceremony held at Camp Pendleton for Marines and sailor killed in tragic AAV sinking
Marines and sailors at Camp Pendleton honored the men lost when their seafaring amphibious assault vehicle sank off San Clemente Island
7 Marines and 1 sailor presumed dead as rescue efforts end 40 hours after amphibious assault vehicle sank
'It is with a heavy heart, that I decided to conclude the search and rescue effort.'
Fires burn more than 8,500 acres at California Marine base
Three fires ignited this week at Camp Pendleton.
Moving to Camp Pendleton?
PCSing to coastal California is a dream assignment to some: beautiful weather, an abundance of things to see and do, and the Pacific ocean! And yes… there is also a higher cost of living than many areas you may have lived before. It means being stationed at the home of the 1st Marine Division, the oldest, largest and most decorated division in the United States Marine Corps. It’s a large installation, spanning more than one county, and can be a different experience for many military families. So let’s dive in and explore your new duty station, then head over to PCSgrades.com to see reviews for base housing, neighborhoods, and more!
Our son died in training at Camp Pendleton. He could have been saved
"Five young Marines from Camp Pendleton died in preventable 'rollover' accidents in the last year. How many more of our military will die, needlessly?"
Decorated Marine commander of legendary Darkhorse Battalion dies after sudden illness
A highly-decorated commander of one of Camp Pendleton’s most battle-worn battalions died suddenly just a few weeks after relinquishing command
The Marine Corps is keeping barber shops open amid the COVID-19 pandemic, defying common sense
The commander of tens of thousands of troops at Camp Pendleton wants Marines to keep their cuts high and tight — and base barber shops are more than happy to oblige
5 more San Diego shipboard sailors test positive for COVID-19 as Navy stops naming infected ships
The 5 sailors, who tested positive on Saturday, are in isolation off-ship. The Navy is no longer naming the ships with positive tests, the fleet announced Friday.
Commander of California-based Field Medical Training Battalion fired amid ongoing investigation
Navy Capt. Michael O. Enriquez has been temporarily re-assigned to Naval Medical Center San Diego.
Camp Pendleton Marine becomes first woman to lead Howitzer team
A Marine stationed at Camp Pendleton became the first woman to graduate from the Corps' Howitzer Section Chief Course this month, taking on a combat artillery leadership role once reserved for men
Clint Eastwood Visits Camp Pendleton
Clint Eastwood visits Camp Pendleton for the first time since the filming of Heartbreak Ridge.
Two dozen US Marines discharged over alleged involvement in drug crimes and human trafficking along the border
Editor's Note: This article originally appeared on Business Insider. Two dozen U.S. Marines have been discharged and at least one...
Man charged with recruiting Camp Pendleton Marines to transport unauthorized immigrants
The charge against Francisco Saul Rojas-Hernandez is connected with a scheme that entangled some two dozen Camp Pendleton Marines, at least 13 of whom left the Corps in the wake of human trafficking and drug accusations
Camp Pendleton Marine killed in crash with truck driver fleeing police
The truck driver, who police had tried to pull over for a minor traffic violation, was also killed in the crash.
Clint Eastwood still loves his role as Gunny Highway in ‘Heartbreak Ridge’ — ‘I’m proud I got to play a Marine’
“I see this and I’m proud I got to play a Marine, even if I’m not qualified to be a Marine, at this present time."
Judge rules that mass arrest of Camp Pendleton Marines on human smuggling charges was unlawful
Attorneys for one of the defendants said the arrest amounted to "unlawful command influence."
Marines never took immigrants across border in alleged ‘human smuggling’ case, lead NCIS investigator says
None of the 13 Marines recently arrested and charged in the case of an alleged human smuggling ring at Camp Pendleton are accused of transporting any unauthorized immigrants across the border, the lead investigator in the case said Tuesday.