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File:02a San Clemente Xmas 1944.jpg|<center>Fleet Training Base Officers</center>
 
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File:02b San Clemente Xmas 1944.jpg|300px|thumbnail|left|<center>Christmas Dinner 1944 Menu</center>
 
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File:SClem 1945.png|<center>WWII US Navy & Marines Training Officers Troops, San Clemente Island, 1945 </center>
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File:SClem PX.png|<center>San Clemente Island PX, September 16, 1945 </center>
 
File:SClem PX.png|<center>San Clemente Island PX, September 16, 1945 </center>
 
File:SClem tug of war 1945.png|<center>San Clemente Island, September 29, 1945 </center>
 
File:SClem tug of war 1945.png|<center>San Clemente Island, September 29, 1945 </center>

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Ranching Photos (pre-military) on San Clemente Island 1930-1935



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Ranching Photos (undated)

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Military Operations on San Clemente Island

San Clemente Island was acquired by the U.S. Navy in 1934. It is the Navy's only remaining ship-to-shore live firing range, the center of the integrated air/land/sea San Clemente Island Range Complex with an active sonar base, a simulated embassy for commando training, a rocket-test facility, the Naval Auxiliary Landing Field and a Navy SEAL training facility.

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Military Presence on San Clemente Island 1936-1939

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Military Presence on San Clemente Island 1940s

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Military Photos on San Clemente Island 1950s



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Military Photos on San Clemente Island 1960s



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Military Presence on San Clemente Island 1970s

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Military Presence on San Clemente Island 1980s

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Building Boom on San Clemente Island 2016

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