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Getting Fired Up: Single Marine & Sailor Program sets fire to night at luau September 12, 2014 — The smell of roasted pig and sound of cheers filled the air at Germaine’s Luau in Kapolei, Hawaii. Members of the audience roared with applause as performers, dressed in Polynesian attire, displayed examples of their heritage onstage; some shouted, some danced – all entertained. Service members with the Single Marine & Sailor Program are among the members of the crowd, enjoying their time at the luau Sept. 6, 2014. MORE
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Getting Fired Up: Single Marine & Sailor Program sets the night on fire at luau
Lethal Breeze storms through MCB Hawaii September 12, 2014 — More than 150 Marines, sailors and civilians aboard Marine Corps Base Hawaii and representatives from Regional Exercise Team-West participated in Lethal Breeze 2014 aboard MCB Hawaii, Sept. 8 and 9, 2014. MORE
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Lethal Breeze storms through MCB Hawaii
National Take Back Initiative comes back to K-Bay September 12, 2014 — Marine Corps Base Hawaii is striving to be a drug-free community by supporting the National Take Back Initiative, Sept. 27, 2014. MORE
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National Take Back Initiative comes back to K-Bay
Protecting yourself from identity theft September 12, 2014 — Facebook is widely used to keep in touch with friends and family, but many people don’t think about the risks of putting their hometown, birthdate or pets’ names on their pages. These things can help identity thieves steal a person’s identity. MORE
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3rd Marine Regimental Aid Station closes for upgrade September 05, 2014 — As of Aug. 28, 2014, clinical functions performed in the 3rd Marine Regimental Aid Station, building 1058, have been temporarily relocated to the C Pod in the Naval Health Clinic Hawaii Kaneohe Bay Branch. Non-clinical functions will continue to be performed at the RAS. MORE
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Haiku Stairs trail remains closed September 05, 2014 — Hikers illegally accessing Haiku Stairs or the Stairway to Heaven trail are taking steps in the wrong direction for preserving the site for others. MORE
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Haiku Stairs trail remains closed
Reborn through re-enlistment: One Marine's struggle to stay in September 05, 2014 — During a cold night on Jan. 23, 2008 aboard Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego, Rafael Cervantes Jr. stepped on the yellow footprints to become a United States Marine. Approximately six years later, Cervantes re-enlisted for the first time during a breezy Hawaiian afternoon at the Pacific War Memorial aboard Marine Corps Base Hawaii, Aug. 25, 2014. MORE
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Reborn through re-enlistment: One Marine's struggle to stay in
Exercise Lethal Breeze to hit K-Bay September 05, 2014 — Marine Corps Base Hawaii’s agencies will be put to the test for “Lethal Breeze 2014,” an annual anti-terrorism and force protection exercise running Sept. 8 and 9, 2014. MORE
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Exercise Lethal Breeze to hit K-Bay
4th Force Recon wraps up full mission profile training August 29, 2014 — Marines assigned to reserve 4th Force Reconnaissance Company conducted sustainment training on and around Marine Corps Base Hawaii for their two-week annual training package, completing a full mission profile, Aug. 23, 2014. MORE
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4th Force Recon wraps up FMP
Divers document relics off Kaneohe Bay shores August 29, 2014 — A small group of divers teamed up with the Environmental Compliance and Protection Department to observe and document historic landmarks beneath the waves off of Pyramid Rock Beach aboard Marine Corps Base Hawaii, Aug. 22, 2014. MORE
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Divers document relics of Kaneohe Bay shores

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