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Major General Ronald L. Bailey, commanding general, 1st Marine Division, prepares for an aerial tour of Camp Pendleton’s ranges and individual training lanes Aug. 24, 2011, aboard a UH-1 utility helicopter. Major General Bailey toured with Maj. Gen. David H. Berger, assistant division commander, both flown by Marines with Marine Light Attack Squadron 169. Camp Pendleton’s ranges have gone through significant modernization initiatives since 2005, including development of improvised explosive device training areas and live-fire ranges. First Marine Division’s leadership was able to become familiar with what Camp Pendleton offers to Marines training for combat.
110830-M-0000S-000.jpg Photo By: Sgt. Michael S. Cifuentes

Aug 30, 2011
MARINE CORPS BASE CAMP PENDLETON, Ca - Major General Ronald L. Bailey, commanding general, 1st Marine Division, prepares for an aerial tour of Camp Pendleton’s ranges and individual training lanes Aug. 24, 2011, aboard a UH-1 utility helicopter. Major General Bailey toured with Maj. Gen. David H. Berger, assistant division commander, both flown by Marines with Marine Light Attack Squadron 169. Camp Pendleton’s ranges have gone through significant modernization initiatives since 2005, including development of improvised explosive device training areas and live-fire ranges. First Marine Division’s leadership was able to become familiar with what Camp Pendleton offers to Marines training for combat.


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