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Carrier USS Ronald Reagan Leaves San Diego, Bound For Japan

Aug. 31
By City News Service
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The Reagan is one of three aircraft carriers taking part in a swap of home ports.

Defense Contractors Still See A Market In San Diego

Aug. 25
By Steve Walsh
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Large and small defense contractors attended the annual Navy Gold Coast conference, which matches defense contractors with contacts at one of their largest customers, the U.S. Navy.

8,700 Pairs Of Shoes Displayed To Represent San Diego County's Homeless

Aug. 25
By Susan Murphy
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Thousands of pairs of shoes, in all styles and sizes, were on display Tuesday in downtown San Diego, representing the number of homeless men, women and children on the streets across the county.

Former Camp Pendleton Marine Convicted Of Assaulting Colleague

Aug. 21
By City News Service

A federal jury Thursday found Pedro Javier Orellana guilty of one count of sexual abuse of an incapacitated victim.

Navy, San Diego Energy Execs Celebrate Solar Deal

Aug. 20
By Erik Anderson, City News Service
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The Navy will receive 210 megawatts of power from the Mesquite Solar 3 plant, which Sempra will construct beginning this month 60 miles west of Phoenix.

4 Navy Sailors Parachute Off Coronado Bridge; Cited By Police

Aug. 20
By City News Service
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A San Diego police officer watched as the Navy personnel plunged from the 200-foot-high Coronado Bridge and alerted Harbor police shortly before 10:30 p.m. Wednesday. The sailors had a boat waiting in the San Diego Bay below.

Civilian Contractor Admits To Stealing Property From Camp Pendleton

Aug. 18
By City News Service

James Dean Salmon, of Escondido, admitted in his plea that he exploited his position as a civilian contractor to cause unnecessary purchases of equipment.

70 Years Later, Veterans Reflect On The End Of World War II

Aug. 17
By Susan Murphy
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San Diego was bursting at the seams in celebration at the end of World War II. Seventy years later, the region abounds with memories and honor as those who wore America’s uniform share their stories.

Fire On Camp Pendleton 80 Percent Contained

Aug. 14
By City News Service
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The fire has blackened about 1,800 open acres on Camp Pendleton. No structures are threatened.

SDSU's Veteran's Center Gets New Home

Aug. 14
By KPBS News
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The new location, which is adjacent to the Aztec Student Union, was celebrated with a ceremony and open house on Friday.

Brush Fire Burns 1,300 Acres At Camp Pendleton

Aug. 13
By City News Service
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The Horno Fire broke out on the Marine base at about 1 p.m. Thursday. Authorities said it is now 70 percent contained.

U.S. Coast Guard Announces Record Maritime Cocaine Seizures

Aug. 10
By City News Service
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U.S. Coast Guard personnel offloaded more than 33 tons of impounded cocaine at the San Diego Harbor waterfront Monday, a record take seized from seafaring traffickers over the last 10 months.

USS George Washington Arrives In San Diego

Aug. 10
By City News Service
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The aircraft carrier USS George Washington arrived Monday in San Diego, where most of the crew will swap places with sailors assigned to the USS Ronald Reagan.

Lessons Learned From Training Iraqi Troops To Fight ISIS

Aug. 10
Midday Edition
Evening Edition
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It's been a year since President Obama sent U.S. advisers to Iraq to help that nation's soldiers fight back against the so-called Islamic State. Among those still deployed as trainers are Marines from I Marine Expeditionary Force based at Camp Pendleton.

San Diego County Veterans Expo Strives To Handle Volume

Aug. 3
By Steve Walsh
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The county sponsored its annual expo to help match veterans and their families with the benefits they've earned.

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