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Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton
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The Marine Corps recently selected Williston High School physical education teacher Penny Slagle to participate in its educator's workshop in San Diego.
Although he talked freely about how he committed the crimes, it's still unclear why a Marine deserter from California fatally stabbed an Eastern Oregon motel maid and beat another woman with a metal pipe, an investigator says.
A Marine sergeant who is being retried in an Iraq war crimes case has been arraigned on charges that include murder and obstruction of justice.
Two civilian defense contractors have pleaded guilty in a San Diego federal court, bringing to nine the number of defendants who have admitted guilt in recent days to their involvement in a scheme involving bribes and kickbacks at Camp Pendleton and other federal facilities.
A Marine sergeant said he was devastated when he learned the corps will retry after twice-overturned murder convictions - the latest twist in a nearly decade-old Iraq war crime case.
The Marine Corps will retry a sergeant whose murder conviction in a major Iraq war crime case has been overturned twice by military courts in recent years, a spokesman said Monday.
A civilian construction supervisor accused of using his position to extort money from businesses seeking to work at Camp Pendleton has pleaded guilty to bribery and conspiracy.
The Marine Corps is investigating the death of an 18-year-old Marine who died while treading water in a swimming pool during a screening test at Camp Pendleton.
The four Marines killed Wednesday while clearing unexploded ordnance at California's Camp Pendleton were bomb removal technicians. It is one of the few positions in which the Marine Corps allows team members to quit at any time.