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Oct. 1, 1997, Miramar became a Marine Corps Air Station as Marines landed back home in San Diego after a 50-year hiatus.
For the East Coast, Hurricane Cristobal was just a passing satellite image as it rolled out to the Atlantic Ocean on Wednesday, posing no harm to the mainland.
Two Marines who earned posthumous Navy Crosses for standing in the way of a truck filled with explosives in Iraq will be honored in the renaming of a mess hall on the base they called home.
US Military Historical Tours, representatives , Bill McCulloch and Dave Wall, meeting the Mayor Councillor Brenda Stevenson, during their visit to the city, accompanied by Mary Blake, DCC Tourism development officer, Karen Henderson, sales & marketing with Visit Derry and city guide Ian Henderson.
NBC 7's Steven Luke reports from Camp Pendleton about the rash of calls to Oceanside police that were sparked by lights in the sky over the military base.
As part of the exercise, Marines will repair two key parts of a tactical multipurpose robot, designed to clear a hot landing zone of obstacles preventing the insertion of a helicopter.
SAN ANTONIO, Philippines U.S. Marines assigned 1st Battalion 8th Marine Regiment, Bravo Company, conduct a joint amphibious landing exercises with Philippine marines during Cooperation Afloat Readiness and Training Philippines 2014.
The U.S. military helped a little boy's wishes come true in a big way during a recent tour of Travis Air Force Base.
This was his first appearance in front of the group since the VA scandal broke earlier this year.
A man who was caught on cellphone video being punched repeatedly by a deputy during his arrest blames his behavior on post-traumatic stress disorder.
Knowing a crisis can happen at any time, anywhere is a fact of life for those who have loved ones with special needs.
1947 - The first Douglas D-558-1 Skystreak , flown by Major Marion E. Carl of the U.S. Marine Corps, sets a world speed record of 650.797 mph at Muroc Army Air Field, Calif.
Mysterious lights floating above Oceanside and Camp Pendleton have prompted numerous phone calls and emails into the NBC 7 newsroom, speculating about where they are coming from.
Dozens of Marines and sailors are enjoying their first night back home in the U.S. with their families after returning from a six-month tour of duty in Afghanistan.
Erin Corwin, left, with her husband, Jonathan Wayne Corwin, a corporal in the U.S. Marine Corps.
A psychologist's office with comfortable chairs. An acupuncturist's room with the smell of incense.
Updated: Thu Aug 28, 2014 03:16 am
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