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Lieutenant General Joseph F. Dunford, Jr., Commander, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Central Command, Commanding General, I Marine Expeditionary Force

Saturday, March 27, 2010 09:38 | Albert Renteria (Administrator)

Chip Dykes - LtGen Joseph F. Dunford Jr - Albert R RenteriaChip Dykes our VP of Business Development and I, had the honor of Visiting with LtGen Dunford, CG of I MEF at his office yesterday.

Our visit was to welcome the General to his new command and to learn how best we can serve your active duty Marines at Camp Pendleton CA.

The General shared with us his gratitude that you and all those that extend their support for your Marines.

Chip and I will be presenting to the General a series of topics that can best prepare the departing Marine how best to reintegrate back into their communities. We are honored to do this.

As we seek the opportunity to coordinate our efforts, I extend an invitation to you to participate. You don't have to be nearby to do so. Technology allows us to reach across the country and participate.

If you have an interest to participate, please let Chip and me know about your interest.

We will keep you posted on our progress. As I shared with the General, we cannot do enough for our men and women in uniform and we are here to serve 24/7. The General again extended his gratitude to all of you for all that you do!!! Semper Fi,

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  • Saturday, March 27, 2010 06:51 | Eleanor Tobias
    It will continue to be an honor for me to do anything and everything possible to help all of our wonderful Marines reintegrate into society. They deserve the best from all of us, not only for their sacrifice, but their families as well.
    I am truly grateful for the opportunity to serve.
    E. Frances Tobias, Vancouver, Wa. Center
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