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Unread 05-23-2011, 01:38 PM   #1
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Question USMC Camp Pendleton Off Road club

Does anyone know if a 4 wheelin' club still exists on base anywhere? We started one called "The Pendleton Busheaters" back in 1984. I left there in 1985 and was wondering if the club was still around. We had vehicles of all breeds but they all hit the trails, it wasn't a show club. Every month a new person would organize a trail ride somewhere in So. Cal.

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Unread 06-01-2011, 11:45 PM   #2
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given the new corps, they would probaly require TSRs, RSO, OIC, safety corpsman, and clearance through long rifle to do anything... i doubt it is still around.

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Well it wasn't associated with the Corps, other than the members were all Marines and were stationed there, so no red tape. I'm waiting for an email reply from a guy in the Terra-del-Sol club out of Diego that said he had some insight.
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Jeep club in pendleton

theres a club based in mainside called the mud daubers mostly just wranglers but any jeep is welcomed
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are former seabees allowed to wheel with said clubs?
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are former seabees allowed to wheel with said clubs?
Nope - that's prohibited by the UCMJ.
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Nope - that's prohibited by the UCMJ.
aw damn it...

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We didn't mind, it was anybody stationed there. But it had no ties to the base or the Corps, we were simply like minded Marines wanting to explore Southern California.
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I'll bring this thread up again, see if we got any more insight.
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No, haven't heard anything that indicates it still exists or from any previous members.
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