Loud noise comes from Camp Pendleton tests

Live-fire training exercises at Camp Pendleton prompted Marine Corps officials on Wednesday to warn about increased noise levels coming from the base.

Artillery units will fire high-explosive munitions into two test impact areas on the base through Friday, according to Camp Pendleton public affairs.

Additionally, 1,750-pounds of high-explosive munitions will be fired from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday and Friday as part of a mine-clearing, line-charge exercise, base officials said.

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