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USMC Moves Ahead with Camp Pendleton Barracks Renovations

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The US Marine Corps is moving ahead with plans to build 24 new barracks for single Marines at Camp Pendleton in Southern California. The service plans to add 22,000 Marines from FY 2010-2013, and intends to build modern barracks to accommodate the expected 4,000 Marine increase at Camp Pendleton. The new housing is expected to bring single Marine quarters up to the same standard as married quarters. It’s part of a $2 billion makeover that also includes new training facilities, a fitness center, electrical and sewer improvements, and other facilities. The latest contracts were awarded to Solpac for repairs to existing single Marines barracks… Camp Pendleton Construction Congress appropriated more than $1 billion for FY 2008 and FY 2009 to build the modern barracks in order to accommodate an expected increase in the number of troops at Camp Pendleton. Another $775 million is included in the FY 2010 request. Camp Pendleton, the Marine Corps’ largest West Coast expeditionary training facility, encompasses more than 125,000 acres located approximately 38 miles from downtown San Diego in North County. More than 38,000 military family members occupy base housing complexes. The base is home to the I Marine Expeditionary Force, 1st Marine Division, 1st […]

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