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USS Carl Vinson Begins Journey Home To San Diego

April 17
By City News Service
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The aircraft carrier and its escort ships, which left the Middle East on Friday, have been targeting ISIS for the past six months.

USS Gary Returns To San Diego From Final Voyage

April 17
By City News Service
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The guided-missile frigate USS Gary returned Friday following a nearly seven-month deployment to Central America.

2 Army Reservists Plead Not Guilty To Selling Firearms To Undercover DEA Agent

April 16
By City News Service

The reservists are each charged with illegally dealing firearms and Reyes is additionally charged with the unlicensed transportation of firearms into California.

Marine Corps Helicopter Makes Emergency Landing In Solana Beach

April 15
By City News Service
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An instrument indicating low oil pressure aboard the CH-53E Super Stallion prompted the pilots to set the aircraft down at Del Mar Shores Beach.

Another Guilty Plea In Navy Bribery Case Involving 'Fat Leonard'

April 15
By City News Service
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Navy Lt. Cmdr. Todd Dale Malaki pleaded guilty to conspiracy and bribery. He admitted to having a corrupt relationship with Leonard Glenn Francis, the former president and CEO of Glenn Defense Marine Asia.

San Diego-Based Troops Return From Middle East

April 14
By Susan Murphy
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The Marines and sailors were heavily involved in Operation Inherent Resolve, the coalition campaign focused on combating the self-proclaimed Islamic State terror group.

San Diego-Based USS Carl Vinson Prepares To Sail Home

April 13
By City News Service
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The USS Carl Vinson Monday turned over command of operations in the Arabian Gulf to another flattop, the USS Theodore Roosevelt.

Special Operations Marine To Receive Navy Cross At Camp Pendleton

April 9
By Susan Murphy
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A special operations Marine will receive the Marine Corps' second-highest combat medal during a ceremony Thursday at Camp Pendleton.

Building Civilian Career Is Challenge For National Guard Members

April 9
By Alison St John
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Building a career is no easy task for those in the National Guard who have to balance their commitments to a civilian job and their military training.

San Diego Man's Great Grandfather's Story Lives On In New Civil War Book

April 8
Midday Edition
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The 150th anniversary of the end of the Civil War is being remembered this week. Among those remembering the anniversary of the war's end is Bill Ketchum who has a direct connection to a Civil War soldier.

US Special Ops Forces Skeptical Women Can Do Their Job

April 7
By Associated Press
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Studies that surveyed personnel found "major misconceptions" within U.S. special operations about whether women should be brought into the male-only jobs.

Marine Corps Recruit Depot Sports Facility To Be Named After Jerry Coleman

April 3
By City News Service
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Jerry Coleman was a Marine aviator, New York Yankees second baseman and longtime Padres announcer. He died at 89 last year.

Judge: Navy's Hawaii, California Training Plan Inadequate

April 1
By Associated Press
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A federal judge on Tuesday said the National Marine Fisheries Service violated environmental laws when it approved the Navy's plans for training in waters off Hawaii and Southern California.

Navy Decommissions USS Peleliu In San Diego Ceremony

March 31
By City News Service
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The 820-foot-long vessel, which called San Diego and Long Beach home during its nearly 35 years of service, deployed 17 times and steamed more than 1 million nautical miles.

Navy: No Evidence Of ISIS Threat

March 26
By City News Service
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The Navy said that no evidence of an operational plan has been uncovered since a list of personnel — including four aboard a San Diego-based warship — was posted on a website believed to be friendly to the Islamic State.

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