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Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow

 

Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow

Barstow, California
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Deputy Chief Boris Robinson's Chief Deputy badge from the Riverside County Sheriff's Department captured forever in resin sits in his office at Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, California, Security and Emergency Services Department building 236.
Deputy Chief Boris A. Robinson, Marine Corps Police Department, MCLB Barstow, points out the photo he took with former President George W. Bush, when he was attending the FBI Academy at Quantico, Virginia. The former president had been conducting his workout with Secret Service Agents in attendance when he stopped to say hello to the FBI agents.
Ricardo J. Vallejo chosen as Civilian Marine of the Quarter for the third quarter by Marine Depot Maintenance Command. Vallejo has worked for 41 years at Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, California. The last 27 years has been at Production Plant Barstow. His job as General Equipment Mechanic has him maintaining the heavily used equipment needed by others to do their jobs.
(Left) Primary lifeguard Francisco Cadillo ensures drowning “victim” Axel Rivera, lifeguard supervisor, is in place on the rescue backboard and one of Rivera’s arms is held firmly by Sgt. Maxim Krymov, volunteer Marine lifeguard, while Cadillo gets out of the pool to help Krymov pull the backboard up on to the pool deck. The Oasis Pool lifeguards and rescue elements of the Marine Corps Fire Department participated in the Emergency Action Plan training exercise August 27.
Francisco Cadillo, primary lifeguard, Oasis Pool, has just recovered passive and unresponsive drowning “victim” Axel Rivera, lifeguard supervisor, from the bottom of the pool during an Emergency Action Plan training exercise August 27. Elements of the Marine Corps Fire Department also participated in this first ever special training exercise to ensure the Oasis Pool and fire department personnel remain trained and ready to go at a moment’s notice to keep the MCLB Barstow aquatics center a safe place for pool patrons.
Assistant Fire Chief Greg Kunkel, Emergency Medical Services supervisor, MCLB Fire Department, slides the rechargeable lithium ion battery pack into a slot on the Lucas 2 automatic chest compression device. The yellow board at the bottom goes under the gurnery or board the patient is strapped to while the green piston goes over the top position on the sternum and delivers 110 compressions a minute, the CPR standard requirement. The $15,000 Lucas 2 can also be plugged into the ambulance power through and invertor port so it does not rely on the device battery
Francisco Cadillo, primary lifeguard, Oasis Pool, watches as an automatic chest compressor is attached to the rescue board containing an unresponsive drown victim and positioned over the chest before being turned on to deliver textbook perfect compressions, pausing long enough to allow a rescuer to deliver two breaths before resuming the process again. The ACC allows the proper rescue compressions to be administered in a moving ambulance so the paramedic can remain constrained in the seat for safety.
Ron Hess, owner/driver, launches the Mad Mouse during a recent sand drag race held in northern California.
Ron Hess, owner/driver, stages the Mad Mouse for his next run during the sand drags.
Label for cardboard only is posted on every dumpster aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, Calif., Aug. 20
Chad Gutierrez, Qualified Recycling Program driver, empties the “Cardboard Only” dumpster into the recycling truck as part of his weekly rounds aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, Calif., Aug. 20. He first has to physically inspect the contents of the dumpster to ensure that people have not thrown trash into that particular dumpster as trash reduces the money earned for the recycling program.
The new, smaller, quick response fire engine fits neatly through the access tunnel leading from Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, California, to the Marine Memorial Golf Course, August 9. Without the smaller Types-6 fire engine, emergency crews would have to travel a few miles and minutes out of their way to bypass the tunnel.
The shorter, smaller and narrower quick response fire engine in front of the larger Type-1 fire engine, is capable of accessing all areas of Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, California, without having to use bypass routes to get around the narrow tunnel that leads to the Marine Memorial Golf Course.
Gabriel Maynes, 17, displays the $2,000 scholarship he was awarded from the Scholarships for Military Children program administered by the Defense Commissary Agency. The ceremony was held August 13 at the MCLB Barstow,  Commissary, hosted by Jodi Dawn Ballestracci, Commissary manager, and Sgt. Maj. Sergio MartinezRuiz, base sergeant major, MCLBB. CWO3 Jose Maynes, USMC retired, and his wife Rozalyn, child care specialist, Child Development Center, MCLBB, proudly stand with their son.
Members of Headquarters Company, Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, Calif., gather around company commander Maj. Ernest Robinson as he displays the plaque detailing the Voluntary Protection Program's Installation Safety Achievement Award. The plaque was presented to all departments aboard base for their part in making possible the award for installation safety and the Individual Safety Achievement award for a Special Government Employee. The plaque was presented during the Quarterly Awards breakfast held at the Maj. Gen. James l. Day Conference Center aboard base Aug. 6.
First Sergeant Enrique De Anda, MCLB Barstow HQ Co first sergeant, picks up school supplies for the young students in his extended family from volunteer Janet Rocha-Diaz at the Back To School Brigade annual school supply giveaway, Aug. 1, at the Maj. Gen. James L. Day Conference Center aboard the base.
Jaidyn Wright, daughter of Staff Sgt. Steven Wright and his wife Leah, displays her belief in Unicorns and the Back To School Brigade’s school supply giveaway at the annual event held at the Maj. Gen. James L. Day Conference Center aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, California, Aug. 1.
Jerry Piper Jr., laborer, removes an older sprinkler head in the process of swapping it out for a newer, more water efficient sprinkler head on Sorensen Field as part of the Water Conservation Program aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, Calif., Aug. 5.
Teddy Mendez, Heavy Mobile Equipment Mechanic, checks specifications for the Dyno wiring as part of the performance testing on a Paxman engine, in the Engine Shop at Production Plant Barstow, Marine Depot Maintenance Command, on the Yermo Annex aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, Calif., July 30. The Dyno is capable of replicating real-life circumstances under various and arduous conditions to ensure that the engines perform optimally out at sea.
Machinist, Michael Buehler, wrenches on a massive, 8-foot tall Paxman engine in the Engine Shop, at Production Plant Barstow, Marine Depot Maintenance Command, on the Yermo Annex aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, Calif., July 30.