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Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center

"Marine Air Ground Task Force Training Command"

Twentynine Palms, California
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Combat Center battles war on traffic safety April 18, 2014 — Fifty stars and 13 stripes were carefully folded and a single bugle somberly bellowed “Taps” across the Saints Peter and Paul Cemetery in Springfield, Pa. A Marine handed the nation’s colors, folded in to a neat triangle, to Christina Formosa. As she clutched it tight to her chest, she placed her hand among the red, white and yellow flowers, atop the coffin of her husband, Master Gunnery Sgt. Nick Formosa, and after 28 years of marriage, she bid her final farewell to the love of her life and a Marine whose life was taken too soon. MORE
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What I’ve Learned: Daniel Mulvihill April 18, 2014 — Mulvihill is a retired Marine staff sergeant working as the safety specialist with 7th Marine Regiment. He is a Vietnam War veteran who earned a silver star during a battle that made him and his company known as the most highly decorated small unit in the history of the military. MORE
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CDC youth perform comedy skit April 16, 2014 — The Child Development Center’s Youth and Teens program hosted the Superhero Support Group event in the Mustang Room of their main building, April 16, 2014. The event was part of a month-long celebration known as Month of the Military Child. MORE
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Headquarters Battalion promotes safety during operational pause April 15, 2014 — Whether it's in the seat of a vehicle, out in the field, on a forward operating base in Afghanistan or day-to-day life stateside, safety comes first. Twice a year, an operational pause is designated to have a time for Marines and sailors aboard the Combat Center to receive classes on safety and also inform them of common mistakes that can change their lives. MORE
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Marines make first appearance at Woof Walk April 12, 2014 — Combat Center military policemen demonstrated the capabilities of their working dogs during the 3rd Annual Woof Walk at Pioneertown, Calif., April, 12, 2014. MORE
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Healthy Base Initiative supports base-wide healthy lifestyle campaign April 11, 2014 — “The Healthy Base Initiative is an effort to increase health and wellness across the installation through education, activity and assessment,” said Brad Brimhall, director, Semper Fit, MCCS. MCCS’ Semper Fit division is supporting the initiative by implementing more youth sports, fitness testing and fitness based activities for families aboard the base. One such program is the Homeschool Physical Education Program which hosts a weekly class for children aboard the Combat Center who receive home schooling. MORE
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What I've Learned: Simon Kellogg April 11, 2014 — Lance Cpl. Simon Kellogg is an administrative specialist with Headquarters Battalion who grew up in a low-income area in Detroit. Since joining the Marine Corps, Kellogg has taken advantage of every opportunity and strived to become a better person and Marine. MORE
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CDC carnival marks Month of Military Child April 04, 2014 — Children rushed to line the parking lot of the Child Development Center where they saw Hula-Hoops, sack races and other attractions set up during a carnival held April 4, 2014 to celebrate the Month of the Military Child. MORE
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Marines, sailors help local community April 04, 2014 — Approximately 60 Marines and sailors with 1st Tank Battalion and 3rd Battalion, 4th Marines, volunteered with Reach Out Morongo Basin for a community clean-up, April 4, 2014. The clean-up gave service members the opportunity to give back to the community at 25 different locations ranging from Twentynine Palms, Calif., to Yucca Valley, Calif. MORE
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HQBN Marines swing away during golf game April 04, 2014 — A swing of the golf club sends the ball hurling down the fairway and a satisfied Marine steps to the side to make way for the next player. A swing and a miss are a strong implication that some are better at golf than others. The group shares a laugh and prepares to try it again, since they’ve got 18 holes to navigate. MORE
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HQBN Marines swing away during golf game

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