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Midcentury modern by Albert Frey, Robson Chambers asking $850K in Palm Springs

Built as the family residence for architect who helped design Palm Springs’ City Hall and Visitors’ Center A 1941 graduate of USC’s Architecture program, Robson Chambers helped design Camp Pendleton while serving as a U.S. Marine during World War II. Show More Summary

Arrests made in fatal stabbing of Marine in San Diego's Gaslamp Quarter

Two men have been arrested in connection with the fatal stabbing of a Camp Pendleton Marine in San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter early Friday, police said. Officers arrested Jose Oscar Esqueda, 30, and Jeff Shai Holliday, 24, both of San Diego, about 11 p.m. Saturday, said San Diego Police Department...

Arrests made in fatal stabbing of Marine in San Diego's Gaslamp Quarter

Two men have been arrested in connection with the fatal stabbing of a Camp Pendleton Marine in San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter early Friday, police said. Officers arrested Jose Oscar Esqueda, 30, and Jeff Shai Holliday, 24, both of San Diego, about 11 p.m. Saturday, said San Diego Police Department...

Laguna Woods seeks volunteers for new military support committee

The City of Laguna Woods and Laguna Woods Village are collaborating to adopt a Camp Pendleton Marine Regiment and are recruiting four volunteers to be part of the committee. The committee will support troops separated from their family through care packages, emotional support, emails, letters, phone calls and family gatherings. The committee will also support […]

Hidden gas line sparked fire that badly burned 15 Marines at Camp Pendleton

An armored amphibious vehicle stuck in a rut along a Camp Pendleton road nicked a hidden gas line during a September exercise, engulfing 14 Marines and a sailor in a fireball that grew into a 20-foot pillar of flames, according to an official report released by the Marine Corps on Monday. While...

Firefighters work to increase Lilac fire containment lines in San Diego County

More than 180 structures have been destroyed in the 4,100-acre blaze near Camp Pendleton, east of Oceanside, Cal Fire officials said.

Help wrap holiday gifts for Laguna Hills’ adopted Marines

Team Dark Horse, a group supporting Laguna Hills’ adopted 3rd Battalion, 5th Marines at Camp Pendleton, is seeking volunteers to wrap holiday gifts for young Marines. Those who want to help can show up at Santa’s Workshop for 3/5 Dark Horse Marines from 4 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 12 in Heritage Room at Laguna […]

Marines crack down on 'cruel, abusive' hazing at Camp Pendleton

The Marine Corps crackdown on an epidemic of hazing at Camp Pendleton now includes at least one court-martial decision. Cpl. K.D. Lee of Camp Pendleton’s 7th Engineer Support Battalion of the 1st Marine Logistic Group pleaded guilty recently at summary court-martial to belittling and berating a...

Jet fighters, combat helicopters and osprey training over Southern California starting Thursday

CAMP PENDLETON — Fighter jets, combat helicopters and ospreys will take to the sky over Southern California the next few days as part of a pre-combat training exercise known as Winter Fury, military officials said Thursday, Nov. 30. The training will take place at Camp Pendleton, Marine Corps Airtstation Miramar, Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms and […]

Marine Corps base that could have been an Army base shares a heritage with San Juan Capistrano

If things had worked out differently in the months leading up to World War II, Orange County could have had an Army base for a neighbor instead of Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton. When Germany invaded Poland in 1939 and America pondered being drawn into war in Europe, the Marines looked at ranch land between […]

Marine MP accused of beating, choking woman who refused sex at Pendleton beach

A Marine military police officer is accused of strangling a woman at a Camp Pendleton beach after she refused to have sex with him in a firetruck. In a federal court filing obtained by the San Diego Union-Tribune this week, the Naval Criminal Investigative Service accuses Marine reserve military...

Retired Marine Col. Robert O. Tilley, a recipient of the Silver Star, to be honored in memorial service

Marine Col. Robert O. Tilley, a hero of the Vietnam War who later directed Camp Pendleton’s morale programs for the troops, will be remembered at a December memorial service. Tilley, 79, died on Oct. 18 following a long illness. A special graveside commemoration with full military honors for the...

Legacy of Camp Pendleton recounted at Leck House in San Juan

Richard Rothwell, a retired Marine Corps colonel who is founder and president of the Camp Pendleton Historical Society, is coming to the San Juan Capistrano Community Center to present a comprehensive history of the base, now observing its 75th anniversary. The public is invited. Rothwell will give a slide presentation recounting the growing legacy of […]

San Diego Sonic Boom: Earthquake, Military Blast Or Camp Pendleton Explosion? Sound Leaves Residents Wondering

Some sort of mysterious boom and shaking has rattled San Diego residents, who are turning to social media to try and figure out what happened to cause a loud noise. According to RT.com, a loud noise was heard in San Diego, coupled with reports of earthquake-like shaking on Thursday, November 2. Show More Summary

Hundreds of sick Marine recruits in San Diego may have been exposed to E. coli, source could be at Camp Pendleton

Camp Pendleton could be the source of possible E. Coli sickness affecting several hundred Marine recruits in San Diego.

Memorial honoring Marines and sailors who died in Vietnam War is closer to reality at Camp Pendleton

The 2,706 Marines and sailors who died in Vietnam while serving in the 5th Marine Regiment are a step closer to being honored with a memorial at Camp Pendleton.

Groundbreaking slated for Vietnam War memorial at Camp Pendleton

A Camp Pendleton memorial honoring members of the “Fighting 5th” who fell in Vietnam will take another step closer to completion this week. A groundbreaking ceremony is set for 3 p.m. on Friday at the 5th Marine Regiment Memorial Garden in the Camp Mateo section of the sprawling base. “We absolutely...

Two fires burning at Camp Pendleton

CAMP PENDLETON  (City News Service) – A pair of wildfires spread across open terrain at Camp Pendleton on Monday, Oct. 16, sending plumes of brown smoke over northern San Diego County but posing no threats to populated areas, authorities reported. One blaze erupted Monday afternoon in a training area at the Marine Corps installation north of […]

Camp Pendleton Marine becomes first female officer to lead assault amphibian vehicle platoon

CAMP PENDLETON — Second Lt. Mariah Klenke has done most everything with total commitment. So it was no surprise to her parents, Darrell and Tina Klenke, that the 24-year-old from Breese, Ill., made history on Tuesday, Oct. 3, becoming the first female Marine to graduate from the Marine Corps Assault Amphibian Officer Course and earn the […]

California Marine base eyed after rats found in water

Federal environmental officials will keep a close eye on Camp Pendleton after inspectors found rats and frogs in water treatment systems at the sprawling California military base. Officials tell the … Click to Continue »

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