Camp Pendleton issues noise alert

It could be noisy in the vicinity of Camp Pendleton as Marines train with live artillery fire and high-explosive munitions, base officials said.

The exercises are scheduled to run 24 hours a day through Thursday at 4p.m.

The sound of the explosions could be amplified by atmospheric conditions and heard up to 50 miles away, according to Camp Pendleton public affairs representatives.

For a weekly schedule of Camp Pendleton’s noise alerts visit their official site.

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