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Paralyzed Navy Officer Surprises Sharp Hospital Nurse By Walking

May 13
By City News Service
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Senior Chief Petty Officer Jesus Fernando Ruiz was paralyzed in a motorcycle crash 16 months ago, but surprised his nurse Alison Harmon by walking on Wednesday.

Camp Pendleton Helicopter Remains Missing In Nepal

May 13
By City News Service
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The chopper, which belongs to Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 469, went missing hours after a magnitude-7.3 earthquake struck midway between Kathmandu and Mount Everest late Monday.

Camp Pendleton Helicopter Missing In Nepal Earthquake Aid Mission

May 12
By Associated Press
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The aircraft is part of Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 469, which is based at Camp Pendleton. It is carrying six Marines and two Nepalese Army soldiers.

Camp Pendleton-Based Helicopter Makes Emergency Landing In Los Angeles County

May 11
By 10News
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A Marine Apache helicopter an emergency landing on a dry spot in the Los Angeles River in South Gate.

4,500 Sailors, Marines Depart For Training Exercise Near Hawaii

May 11
By City News Service
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The amphibious assault ship USS Essex, the amphibious dock landing ship USS Rushmore and the amphibious transport dock USS Anchorage departed from San Diego Monday.

Increased Terror Risk Causes Heightened Security At San Diego County Military Installations

May 11
By City News Service
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On Friday, the commander of U.S. Northern Command raised the force protection level for all Department of Defense facilities in the continental United States from "Alpha" to "Bravo." Bravo status applies when an increased or more predictable threat of terrorist activity exists.

San Diego Researchers Link PTSD To Early Aging

May 8
By David Wagner
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Post-traumatic stress disorder affects more than just the mind, according to a new study led by scientists in San Diego.

San Diego POWs Relive History At Greatest Generation Naval Museum

May 6
By Susan Murphy
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The Greatest Generation Naval Museum in El Cajon recently hosted a special group of World War II veterans. The sights and sounds of the historic aircraft brought back vivid memories of the war from seven decades ago.

Navy Announces New Commander For San Diego-Based USS America

May 4
By City News Service
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Capt. Michael Baze has served in San Diego-based helicopter squadrons in a variety of command positions and with the Joint Chiefs of Staff in Washington, D.C.

Shortage Of Rental Housing Hampers North County Homeless Initiative

May 4
Promise Yee
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After the first 100 days, a North County initiative to end veteran and chronic homelessness reports on its progress.

Pentagon Grapples With Retaliation In Sex Assault Cases

May 2
LOLITA C. BALDOR / Associated Press
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Military leaders are expanding efforts to better train their lower- and midlevel commanders to detect and deal with retaliation, while also insuring that other, more innocent actions are not misinterpreted by assault victims.

San Diego-Based USS Milius Sent To Protect Merchant Vessels

April 30
By City News Service
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The move comes two days after Iranian forces seized a cargo ship flagged to the Marshall Islands and had it drop anchor off Iran's coast.

Navy's Offer A 'Disgrace' To Imperial Valley Jet Crash Victims

April 29
Chelcey Adami / Imperial Valley Press
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Nearly a year after a Navy jet crashed into several homes in the town of Imperial, residents are deeply disappointed to find that the military is offering them just a fraction of what they say it would take to replace their damaged property.

San Diego Navy Commander Removed Due To Loss Of Confidence

April 28
By City News Service
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Capt. John Banigan was removed from his position by Rear Adm. Dee Mewbourne, the commander of Carrier Strike Group 11.

Brush Fire Scorches 350 Acres At Camp Pendleton

April 27
By City News Service
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A brush fire charred open terrain but posed no structural threats and caused no reported injuries.