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Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center

"Marine Air Ground Task Force Training Command"

Twentynine Palms, California
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Bench press competition returns to Combat Center August 30, 2014 — 1st Lt. Chad Carlson, motor transportation officer, 3rd Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion, won the Bench Press Competition hosted by Semper Fit, High Intensity Tactical Training program and GNC at the East Gym, Aug. 28, 2014. MORE
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20-year-old award ceremony honors old and new generation of E Co., 2/7 August 28, 2014 — The Marine Corps’ storied legacy spans hundreds of years since its humble beginning in 1775. To this day, the Marine Corps takes pride in its traditions. Aboard the Combat Center, E Co., 2nd Battalion, 7th Marine Regiment, continues a tradition of its own, alongside the 1st Marine Division Association, Phoenix Chapter, which began 20 years MORE
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20-year-old award ceremony honors old and new generation of E Co., 2/7
Holy Joe’s Café delivers truckloads of coffee for service members August 28, 2014 — In the blazing hot sun of the Middle East, on the cold steel of a ship underway and anywhere else service members may deploy, something as simple as a hot cup of coffee can lift their spirits and get them through the day. In this way, a free cup of coffee reminds service members they are not forgotten.  Holy Joe’s Café delivered thousands of boxes MORE
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Holy Joe’s Café delivers truckloads of coffee for service members
Marines learn natural horsemanship during volunteer event August 28, 2014 — Four Marines walk to a horse stable after a morning of work. A white horse stands tall in front of them, patiently waiting. Its owner slowly approaches and introduces herself by presenting a saddle to place on its back. Marines watch closely, ready to learn anything they can about horsemanship.  The Marines volunteered Aug. 24, 2014, at the Crazy MORE
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Marines learn natural horsemanship during volunteer event
What I've Learned: 1st Lt. Wayne Quint August 28, 2014 — 1st Lt. Wayne Quint ran Cross Country in high school, eventually becoming the team captain with his best 3-mile time being 16 minutes 8 seconds. He attended the University of California, Los Angeles, and went on to earn his degree in law. Shorty after, he decided to commission in the Marine Corps.  >I played basketball growing up and was a pretty MORE
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What I've Learned:1st Lt. Wayne Quint
Aiming for excellence; base shooting matches begin August 28, 2014 — This year’s Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Intramural Shooting Matches are scheduled for Sept. 22 to Oct. 10 and the installation’s Marksmanship Training Unit encourages all who are interested in signing up.     The matches will be held five days a week at the Combat Center’s rifle range. Up to 192 active-duty Marines and sailors, and DoD MORE
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Meritorious promotion: A cut above the rest August 20, 2014 — To be evaluated by a board of your superiors on knowledge, drill, physical fitness and military appearance is no easy task, but the opportunity for accelerated advancement to the next level of leadership is well worth the ordeal for those who are willing to endure the test. Meritorious promotion boards afford Marines that chance. MORE
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Meritorious promotion: A cut above the rest
MCCS, Semper Fit host week-long back to school event August 18, 2014 — With a new school year quickly approaching, Marine Corps Community Services organized an entire week of activities from Aug. 11 to Aug. 15 for children who are going back to school Aug. 25, 2014. MORE
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MCCS, Semper Fit host week-long back to school event
Curation Center gardens, wetland teeming with native wildlife August 18, 2014 — When the staff of the Archeology and Paleontology Curation Center began creating a series of outdoor gardens to showcase plants native to the Combat Center, they had no idea a cheeky little girl named Mabel and her family would take over. D’Anne Albers, a cultural resource specialist who has helped build the gardens since coming to work for the MORE
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Curation Center gardens, wetland teeming with native wildlife
Displays celebrate Combat Center’s ancient history August 18, 2014 — Long before Marines braved the Mojave Desert’s harsh environs to train for combat, the area was home to giants locked in an epic struggle to survive. Mastodons, giant tortoise and sloths, horses and other prehistoric animals that roamed the peaks and valleys of the Marine Corps Air Combat Center ultimately lost their battle, leaving behind MORE
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Displays celebrate Combat Center's ancient history

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