Camp Pendleton

Marines dedicate 4 more ocean-view cottages

Marines dedicate 4 more ocean-view cottages

CAMP PENDLETON — With four new cottages dedicated on April 15, a project to provide low-cost vacation rentals to active duty and retired military personnel is one-third complete.

RSF Garden Club brings smiles to Camp Pendleton

RSF Garden Club brings smiles to Camp Pendleton

RANCHO SANTA FE — In the spring of 2008, “Petals for Patriots” was created by David Root, a San Diegan floral designer who decided to brighten up the spirits of the wounded warriors at the Balboa Naval Hospital. It didn’t take long for garden clubs to take part in the project, including the Rancho Santa […]

Marines commemorate the Battle of Ramadi


Marines commemorate the Battle of Ramadi


Marines, Gold Star Families gather to remember the Marines that were lost 10 years ago

Wounded warriors compete in Marine paralympic invitational

Wounded warriors compete in Marine paralympic invitational

CAMP PENDLETON — Challenged athletes speed across the basketball court in wheelchairs, and scramble to return the ball in seated volleyball during the Wounded Warrior Paralympics Invitational.

Oceanside teen nominated as Military Child of the Year semi-finalist

CAMP PENDLETON — Darian Washington, 13, is one of the 156 semi-finalists nationwide to be named Military Child of the Year by Operation Homefront.

O’side seeks changes in its outfall agreement with Camp Pendleton

OCEANSIDE — Oceanside has been a good neighbor to Camp Pendleton and maintained an agreement that allows Camp Pendleton to use its sewer lines to outfall 3.6 million gallons of secondary treated water a day.

Marines test the waters, land for Steel Knight exercise

Marines test the waters, land for Steel Knight exercise

OCEANSIDE — The first troops landed on Red Beach at Camp Pendleton in amphibious assault vehicles before sunrise on Tuesday, Dec. 10. Faces covered in camouflage paint, hands grasping tightly to firearms, the Marines crawled and dashed their way up an embankment.

Buddy Bowl brings military and civilians together

Buddy Bowl brings military and civilians together

CAMP PENDLETON — Military and civilian football players gathered to play in the annual Buddy Bowl to support military charities and share their love of the game Nov. 30.

‘Significant’ approval given for base train station

COAST CITIES — Having received a letter from the Pentagon earlier this month, San Diego County Supervisor Bill Horn was notified that he and NCTD (North County Transit District) received conceptual approval for a Coaster station on Camp Pendleton.

Camp Pendleton Young Marines gear up for Red Ribbon Month

Camp Pendleton Young Marines gear up for Red Ribbon Month

CAMP PENDLETON — Camp Pendleton Young Marines is a 50-member youth-led group with the mission to raise drug use prevention awareness all year and especially during Red Ribbon Month in October.