Town Mourns Camp Pendleton's Fallen Marines The military town of Oceanside, Calif. reacts to news that seven Marines from the town's nearby Camp Pendleton base were killed this week in Iraq. The deaths came when a suicide bomber detonated a car full of explosives. Russell Lewis of member station KPBS in San Diego reports.
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Town Mourns Camp Pendleton's Fallen Marines

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The military town of Oceanside, Calif. reacts to news that seven Marines from the town's nearby Camp Pendleton base were killed this week in Iraq. The deaths came when a suicide bomber detonated a car full of explosives. Russell Lewis of member station KPBS in San Diego reports.