Camp Pendleton Marine Memorial Restored
7:08 AM, Jun 4, 2014 • By MICHAEL WARREN
In a recent edition of Kristol Clear, a weekly newsletter (you can sign up for free here), the boss mentioned an instance of some homeland heroics by a group of Marine volunteers. When a California wildfire reached Camp Pendleton last month, a group of Marines volunteered to save a dozen large, wooden crosses threatened by the fire. The crosses had been erected by Marines themselves as a memorial to their fallen brothers from Pendleton.
As the Marine Corps Times now reports, more than 100 Marines have restored the memorial to its proper place now that the wildfires have burned out:
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