Marines

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.

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.

Woman stabbed by fellow Marine on base

CAMP PENDLETON — Navy officials are investigating the stabbing of a female Marine at Camp Pendleton on the morning of Jan. 18.

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.

Recon challenge at Camp Pendleton honors fallen Marines

Recon challenge at Camp Pendleton honors fallen Marines

CAMP PENDLETON — Staff Sgt. Ben Cohen hiked 23 miles through the rugged mountains May 17 as part of the Recon Challenge. But there was more. Much more.

Surf spot’s bid for historic designation sets off ‘political fireworks’

Surf spot’s bid for historic designation sets off ‘political fireworks’

SAN CLEMENTE — The California Historical Resources Commission voted unanimously Feb. 8 to nominate Trestles as a federal historic site during a public hearing attended by both supporters and detractors.

Combat already a reality for women in service

Combat already a reality for women in service

COAST CITIES — On paper, retired Petty Officer 3rd Class Elisa Wyatt’s job as an IT specialist in Afghanistan shielded her from battle. But in reality, she was often in harm’s way.