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Marines eye land for ‘future force’ at former Barbers Point base

William Cole
U.S. MARINE CORPS PHOTO / MAY 27
                                Above, a Marine with Headquarters Company, 3rd Marine Regiment, executes pullups during the unit’s Warrior Day at Marine Corps Base Hawaii. 3rd Marines held the competition between Combat Assault Company and Headquarters Company to increase readiness and build unit camaraderie.
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U.S. MARINE CORPS PHOTO / MAY 27

Above, a Marine with Headquarters Company, 3rd Marine Regiment, executes pullups during the unit’s Warrior Day at Marine Corps Base Hawaii. 3rd Marines held the competition between Combat Assault Company and Headquarters Company to increase readiness and build unit camaraderie.

WILLIAM COLE / WCOLE@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Above, the 18-hole Barbers Point Golf Course is among land parcels eyed by the Marines for additional housing.
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WILLIAM COLE / WCOLE@STARADVERTISER.COM

Above, the 18-hole Barbers Point Golf Course is among land parcels eyed by the Marines for additional housing.

U.S. MARINE CORPS PHOTO / MAY 27
                                Above, a Marine with Headquarters Company, 3rd Marine Regiment, executes pullups during the unit’s Warrior Day at Marine Corps Base Hawaii. 3rd Marines held the competition between Combat Assault Company and Headquarters Company to increase readiness and build unit camaraderie.
WILLIAM COLE / WCOLE@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Above, the 18-hole Barbers Point Golf Course is among land parcels eyed by the Marines for additional housing.