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At Ease: 1943

1943. " 'At Ease.' Two soldiers in a bomb storage facility at Camp Pendleton, Calif., admiring portrait of a young woman. Pinup of Susan Hayward hangs nearby." Dye destruction print made in 2002 from Frank S. Errigo's original 4x5 Kodachrome. Exhibited in "American Treasures of the Library of Congress." View full size.

Reader recommendation: Beach House Winery in Oceanside, Calif.

CALIFORNIA The Beach House Winery in Oceanside actually has vineyards and produces its own wine on the property. It also has a 360-degree view of Oceanside, Camp Pendleton and the Pacific Ocean, with views of San Clemente Island. No other winery can boast that. This place is intimate and worth...

Fatal Marine Osprey crash in Hawaii blamed on landing amid dust

The crash of a Marine aircraft in Hawaii that killed two Marines from a Camp Pendleton unit and injured 20 others was caused when the pilots attempted a landing during a "severe brownout condition" with the air thick with dust and sand, according to the Marine Corps. The MV-22 Osprey crashed May...

Veterans Day parade near Camp Pendleton honors 'those willing to risk their lives'

Chosen as grand marshal of the Veterans Day parade here and asked to give a speech at the end of the route, Brad Fite planned to stress his story as a Marine severely wounded in Afghanistan and his refusal to give in to his injuries. In preparation, he even wrote some words in advance, akin to...

Pilot Ignored Warning Light Before Helicopter Crash That Killed Two Marines

Improper maintenance led to a helicopter crash that killed two Marines from Camp Pendleton earlier this year, according to a new report. [ more › ]

Helicopter crash that killed 2 Marines caused by improper maintenance, inquiry shows

  The helicopter crash that killed two Marines from Camp Pendleton was caused by improper maintenance that led the transmission to seize up and the main rotor to stop, according to a Marine Corps investigation. Pilot misjudgment was also listed as a factor in the crash. The investigative report...

Camp Pendleton Marine Dead From Gunshot Wound To Head

A Camp Pendleton Marine was found dead from a gunshot wound to the head on Monday, October 5. The Marine, from the 1st Marine Expeditionary Force at California’s Camp Pendleton, the major West Coast outpost for the U.S. Marine Corps, has been identified as Lance Cpl. Show More Summary

Marine Found Shot In The Head At Camp Pendleton

A Marine was found shot in the head in the morning at Camp Pendleton. [ more › ]

Marine dead with gunshot wound to head at Camp Pendleton shooting range

A young Marine was found dead from a gunshot wound to his head at a marksmanship range at Camp Pendleton early Monday, officials said. The Marine, from the 1st Marine Expeditionary Force, was part of a training exercise in which live ammunition was used, said officials at the Marine Corps base....

Officials move toward building desalination plant at Camp Pendleton

San Diego County water officials on Thursday announced they have taken a significant step toward the possible construction of the county's second desalination plant - this one at Camp Pendleton.

Officials move toward building desalination plant at Camp Pendleton

San Diego County water officials on Thursday announced they have taken a significant step toward the possible construction of the county's second desalination plant - this one at Camp Pendleton.

9 Marines still hospitalized after last week's fatal vehicle accident at Camp Pendleton

Five Marines remain hospitalized in critical condition, and four in stable condition, as a result of Thursday's rollover vehicle accident at Camp Pendleton in which a Marine was killed.

Six Marines in critical condition after fatal Camp Pendleton crash

5 months agoNews : The Raw Story

Six U.S. Marines were in critical condition on Friday following a roll-over crash the day before of a seven-ton-truck at Camp Pendleton in Southern California that killed one Marine and injured 18, a military spokesman said. All of the marines in the crash, which occurred during a return from...

Camp Pendleton: 6 Marines in critical condition after crash that killed 1

Marine Corps officials say six Marines are in critical condition a day after a rollover accident at Camp Pendleton, California, killed one Marine and injured 18.

Camp Pendleton Site Of Third Fatal Accident — Rollover Kills One Marine, Injures 18 Others

One Marine is dead and 18 more servicemen are hurt following a rollover accident at Camp Pendleton, the third fatal accident at the base in the past couple years. An unspecified “vehicle rollover accident” happened about 2 p.m. Thursday afternoon, KTLA reported. Show More Summary

One Marine Dead, 18 Others Injured in Training Accident at California Military Base

5 months agoVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

One U.S. Marine was killed and 18 other service members were injured on Thursday when a vehicle rolled over during routine training at Camp Pendleton in San Diego, the Associated Press reports. Read more...

Marine killed, 18 injured in rollover at California base

5 months agoNews : NY Daily News

One Marine was killed and 18 others injured in a single-vehicle rollover crash during routine training at Camp Pendleton Marine Base.

Marine killed, others injured in training accident at Camp Pendleton

One Marine was killed and 18 injured in a vehicle rollover accident Thursday at Camp Pendleton, the Marine Corps said.

Vista man fatally shot by officers off 5 Freeway near Camp Pendleton

 A 55-year-old Vista man fatally shot by Orange County sheriff's deputies and Border Patrol agents had been "acting strangely" and made a series of menacing gestures at the officers, according to the San Diego County sheriff's department.

Drone strike kills terrorist tied to 2002 killing of Camp Pendleton Marine

Nearly 13 years after terrorists killed a Marine from Camp Pendleton who was part of a training exercise off Kuwait, the U.S. has killed one of the leaders of the attack with a drone strike.

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