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No survivors found at downed U.S. Marine chopper in Nepal

The wreckage of Marine helicopter from Camp Pendleton missing in Nepal since Tuesday has been found and there are no apparent survivors, the U.S. military said early Friday.

Search continues for Marine helicopter from Camp Pendleton missing in Nepal

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The search for a helicopter from Camp Pendleton carrying six Marines and two Nepalese soldiers missing in Nepal will enter its third day Friday, military officials said.

Object Lesson: Robert Rauschenberg's thrift store pile at the Huntington

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Over the course of his career, artist Robert Rauschenberg had many points of contact with Southern California. As a young man, born and raised in Texas, he was stationed at Camp Pendleton near San Diego during World War II, when he served in the Navy. Later, in the 1960s, he arrived in Los Angeles...

No sign of Pendleton-based Marine chopper with 8 on board missing in Nepal

After a day of "rigorous aerial searching" there has been no confirmed sighting of the U.S. Marine helicopter from Camp Pendleton reported missing in Nepal, officials said Wednesday.

U.S. Marine helicopter based at Camp Pendleton reported missing in Nepal

A U.S. Marine helicopter went missing in Nepal on Tuesday while on a humanitarian relief mission following two major earthquakes, a Navy spokesman said.

Marine helicopter makes emergency landing in Los Angeles River

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 A Marine helicopter from Camp Pendleton made an emergency landing Monday in the bed of the Los Angeles River near South Gate.

Marine helicopter makes emergency landing in Los Angeles River

 A Marine helicopter from Camp Pendleton made an emergency landing Monday in the bed of the Los Angeles River near South Gate.

New location sought for event marking 40th anniversary of Saigon's fall

Organizers of a refugee reunion to mark the 40th anniversary of the fall of Saigon have canceled plans for a ceremony at Camp Pendleton because they will not be allowed to fly the South Vietnamese flag on the Marine base.

Marines Seek Second Career in Solar

The Marines at Camp Pendleton are the first crop of an expected 200 transitioning service members taking advantage of the pilot phase of a DOE-SunShot Initiative solar jobs training program. The programs grows out of a a similar initiative via which students at U.S. Show More Summary

Marine dies during training at Camp Pendleton

A Marine has died during training at Camp Pendleton, the Marine Corps said.

Former Marine gets 11 years in prison for DUI crash that killed three

A former Marine was sentenced to 11 years in prison Friday after being convicted of killing three friends in a drunk-driving accident. The three victims were fellow Marines stationed at Marine Corp Base Camp Pendleton.

Two Marines killed in helicopter crash are identified

The two Marines killed in a helicopter crash during a training mission at Twentynine Palms were from a squadron based at Camp Pendleton, the Marine Corps said Sunday.

Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps Ronald L. Green

Stars and Stripes reports that Sergeant Major Ronald L. Green has been named to the top enlisted position in the Marine Corps; Green, the current sergeant major of I Marine Expeditionary Force at Camp Pendleton, Calif., will assume duties as the senior enlisted leader of the Corps on Feb. 10 in a ceremony at the […]

Camp Pendleton ceremony recognizes bravery in Afghanistan battle

On a bright, sunny morning this week, Marines and sailors at Camp Pendleton gathered to remember a day three years ago in Afghanistan filled with violence and death -- and bravery.

CPO Justin A. Wilson awarded the Navy Cross

Chief Petty Officer Justin A. Wilson, a corpsman with the 1st Marine Special Operations Battalion, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command was awarded the Navy Cross yesterday at Camp Pendleton. CPO Wilson is the first sailor in MARSOC’s history to be awarded the Navy Cross, according to DVIDS; Wilson, who was born in Beloit, […]

Marine accepts Bronze Star Medal wearing robotic legs

Marine Captain Derek Herrera, paralyzed from a sniper’s bullet in Afghanistan, walked to the ceremony in which he received his Bronze Star Medal at Camp Pendleton, according to the Associated Press; Herrera had vowed to walk at the event that also marked his retirement after 8½ years in the military, saying he wanted to leave […]

Paralyzed Marine walks to receive his Bronze Star using robotic system

Aided by robotic leg braces, a Marine paralyzed from the chest down by a sniper in Afghanistan walked across a parade ground Friday at Camp Pendleton to receive a Bronze Star for bravery.

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