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Children and spouses of Headquarters Battalion Marines participate in an Easter egg hunt during the HQBN Hippity Hoppity Family Day event at Desert Winds Golf Course, Friday. The family day concluded with various prize giveaways for the Marines and their family members. Prizes included sporting equipment, children’s games, kitchen appliances and a video game system. (Official Marine Corps Photo By Lance Cpl. Kasey Peacock/Released)
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Hayden Bush, 4, hugs the Easter Bunny during the Headquarters Battalion Hippity Hoppity Family Day event at Desert Winds Golf Course, Friday. “These events are about showing our appreciation for the Marines and their family members,” said Meaghan Bishoff, family readiness officer, HQBN. (Official Marine Corps Photo By Lance Cpl. Kasey Peacock/Released)
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Justice Harth, 7, gets her face painted by Riley Winslow, painter, Desert Dream Parties, during the Headquarters Battalion Hippity Hoppity Family Day event at Desert Winds Golf Course, Friday. The family day was open to HQBN Marines and their families. (Official Marine Corps Photo By Lance Cpl. Kasey Peacock/Released)
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Maj. Gen. David H. Berger, Combat Center Commanding General, addresses Headquarters Battalion Marines and their families during the HQBN Hippity Hoppity Family Day event at Desert Winds Golf Course, Friday. “If non-commissioned officers are the backbone of the Marines Corps, then this battalion is the backbone of this base,” Berger said. (Official Marine Corps Photo By Lance Cpl. Kasey Peacock/Released)
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HQBN Marines and their families play laser tag during the Headquarters Battalion Hippity Hoppity Family Day event at Desert Winds Golf Course, Friday. The family day consisted of various Easter-themed events including an Easter egg hunt, face painting, inflatable bounce houses, food and music, zip lining and more. (Official Marine Corps Photo By Lance Cpl. Kasey Peacock/Released)
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Paxton Velliquette, 4, rides a pony during the Headquarters Battalion Hippity Hoppity Family Day event at Desert Winds Golf Course, Friday. The family day was open to HQBN Marines and families, and offered various Easter-themed events including an Easter egg hunt, face painting, inflatable bounce houses, petting zoo and pony rides, laser tag and more. (Official Marine Corps Photo By Lance Cpl. Kasey Peacock/Released)
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Lance Cpl. Anthony Leandro, ammunition technician, Center Magazine Area, Headquarters Battalion, prepares to strike a ball during a free 18-hole round of golf at Desert Winds Golf Course, April 4, 2014. The Marines were provided clubs, balls and caddies for the game.
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Lance Cpl. Christopher Vozzo, ammunition technician, Center Magazine Area, Headquarters Battalion, tees off during a free 18-hole round of golf at Desert Winds Golf Course, April 4, 2014. The game was a precursor to the unit’s family day, which started that afternoon.
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Lance Cpl. Anthony Leandro, ammunition technician, Center Magazine Area, Headquarters Battalion, prepares to strike a ball during a free 18-hole round of golf at Desert Winds Golf Course, April 4, 2014. The Marines were provided clubs, balls and caddies for the game.
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Marines sing cadence during a battalion three-mile motivation run along the Physical Fitness Test Track, April 4, 2014. “When you see the companies get together like this, it builds morale and brings the Marines together,” said Cpl. Paul Kelley, military working dog handler, Provost Marshal’s Office, Headquarters Battalion.
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Marines with Headquarters Battalion participate in a three-mile physical training run along the Physical Fitness Test track, April 4, 2014. The purpose of the run was to foster esprit de corps within the battalion, build unit cohesion and condition physical performance.
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Sgt, Maj. Abel Leal, battalion sergeant major, Headquarters Battalion, leads a three-mile physical training run along the Physical Fitness Test track, April 4, 2014. Approximately 400 enlisted Marines within the battalion participated.
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The 23rd Dental Clinic recently reached a milestone through hard work and dedication to duty. “Our monthly readiness goal has always been to reach 95 percent of Marines and sailors in classes one and two,” said Cmdr. Melissa Ruff, clinic director, 23rd Dental Company. “In February 2014, we reached that goal and have maintained it through the month of March. All of the hard work and dedication from our staff have helped in us reaching our goal.” (Official Marine Corps Photo By Lance Cpl. Kasey Peacock/Released)
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Navy Capt. Anthony Opilka, periodontist, 23rd Dental Company, performs a crown lengthening on Sgt. Aaron Gross, fire supportman, 3rd Battalion, 11th Marine Regiment, during a procedure at the 23rd Dental Clinic, March 27, 2014. The 23rd Dental Clinic is the only dental facility aboard the installation, and treats more than 10,000 Marines and sailors annually. (Official Marine Corps Photo By Lance Cpl. Kasey Peacock/Released)
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A part of keeping Marines and sailors medically ready is their oral health. The 23rd Dental Clinic is the only dental facility aboard the installation, and treats more than 10,000 Marines and sailors annually. “Over 10,000 Marines and sailors come through our dental facility,” Cmdr. Melissa Ruff, clinic director, 23rd Dental Company. “Those Marines and sailors include all of the stationed units aboard the Combat Center as well as students from the Marine Corps Communications-Electronic School and those units going through the integrated training exercise.” (Official Marine Corps Photo By Lance Cpl. Kasey Peacock/Released)
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James Burke, director, Youth Sports, Marine Corps Community Services, joins the participants in a warm-up run during the Homeschool Physical Education Program’s weekly class at Desert Winds Golf Course, April 1, 2014. Burke taught golf safety and technique during the class.
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