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1st Marine Division

The Old Breed

Camp Pendleton, CA
Unit News
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'Cannon Cockers' Practice force projection August 28, 2014 —  Marines crouched next to a howitzer bracing themselves for hurricane-force winds and a cloud of debris to envelop their area as an Osprey moved into position overhead. Landing support Marines with Combat Logistics Battalion 13 who supported the 11th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division, were in a constant whirlwind of sand and dirt as they hooked MORE
'Cannon Cockers' Practice force projection
Bravo-1 hikes Alaskan mountains August 28, 2014 — Marines and sailors with 1st Platoon, Company B, 1st Reconnaissance Battalion recently made a Deployment for Training (DFT) trip to Fort Greely, Alaska, where they conducted various types of platoon training and joint service exercises, August 5-17.  During their stay in Alaska 1st Platoon visited the Northern Warfare Training Center, or NWTC, in MORE
Bravo-1 hikes Alaskan Mountains
2/11 prepares for future operations August 28, 2014 — Marines from 2nd Battalion, 11th Marine Regiment participated in a regimental fire exercise aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Calif., Aug 18-26, 2014.  The 11th Marine Regiment uses the summer fire exercise in preparation for upcoming combined arms exercises and potential combat operations abroad.  The exercise included loading internally MORE
2/11 prepares for future operations
Bravo-1 takes R&S to Alaska August 27, 2014 — Marines and sailors with 1st Platoon, Company B, 1st Reconnaissance Battalion recently completed a 12 day Deployment for Training (DFT) trip to Fort Greely, Alaska, where they performed various types of platoon level training and supported elements of Exercise Red Flag from August 5-17. Bravo-1 used the opportunity of a different landscape and MORE
Bravo-1 takes R&S to Alaska
Homecoming for part of the last major Marine command to deploy to Afghanistan August 14, 2014 — First Lt. Caleb Peterson got back just in time. The Marine returned home from a seven-month deployment in Afghanistan an hour before doctors were scheduled to induce labor for his wife, who was pregnant with the couple’s third son. The baby was due Monday, Peterson said, but “he waited on me.” Peterson was one of about 75 Marines with Tango MORE
SARCs sharpen their diving skills to support Marines August 05, 2014 — Special Amphibious Reconnaissance Corpsman with 1st Reconnaissance Battalion recently conducted proficiency dive training aboard Camp Pendleton Calif., July 22, 2014.  The training consisted of a 10-minute dive in order to familiarize the SARCs with their equipment and operating procedures when submerged underwater.  Safety procedures and MORE
SARCs Conduct Dive Training
Urban Leaders Course: Breaking Barriers August 04, 2014 — 1st Marine Division Schools, Urban Leaders course recently held training for Marines from 1st Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion, 3rd Battalion 1st Marine Regiment and 1st Combat Engineers Battalion aboard Camp Pendleton Calif., July 28, 2014.  Marines participating in the three-week Urban Leader’s Course were taught the fundamentals and MORE
Urban Leaders Course: Breaking Barriers
From Brush to Rush August 01, 2014 — After four days of dragging their boots across the mountains of Camp Pendleton, the Marines of Company L, 3rd Battalion, 1st Marine Regiment reached the conclusion of their hike only to be greeted with yet another challenge. Once the infantrymen’s packs hit the ground, the Marines began their planning for a simulated live-fire assault on Range MORE
From Brush to Rush
11th Marines welcomes new commanding officer July 23, 2014 — Colonel Christopher A. Tavuchis, assumed command of 11th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division, I Marine Expeditionary Force from Col. Stephen Liszewski during a change of command ceremony aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Calif., July 22, 2014.  The regiment, activated in 1927, serves as the primary source of fire support for the 1st Marine MORE
11th Marines welcomes new commanding officer
Marines Improve at IIT July 23, 2014 — The California air sat still as the sun rose over a compound in Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, however, the facility they entered has little in common with the large military base filled with all the amenities found in a small U.S. town. Marines entered the compound from the northwest gate on the alert and prepared for anything as they did not MORE
Marines Improve at IIT

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