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Capistrano Island Command

History of Capistrano Island
Sector 1 - Command HQ
Sector 2 - Cove and Boat Facilities
Sector 3 - Airbase
Sector 4 - The Barracks
Sector 5 - Fire Services
Sector 6 - Bomb Disposal/Hazmat
Sector 7 - Training Facilities
Sector 8 - Tac Med Unit
Sector 9 - Armory and Quartermaster
Building a 1/6 scale Bomb Disposal Robot
Research and GI Joe Links
My ISOC Uniform Page
Sector 2 - Cove and Boat Facilities

Capistrano Island is well situated to protect our southwestern coast from all incursions. Our USDOC Fleet operations include interdictions of smuggling operations from Mexico. At present we do not have any craft capable of doing this but the Coast Guard keeps a vessel here for this purpose. Our requistion for an ex-Navy PBR (Pibber) has gone thru and the new boat arrived at Capistrano Island Cove this July 2001. It will require a complete refitting before it is ready to join our little fleet. When it is, our UDT will have a diving platform and our command will have something to start patrolling the local waters.

We do keep a small force available for underwater operations and seaborne recons. To date we have three small Zodiacs for this purpose. We may add on a larger Zodiac in the future, but this is still in the planning stages.


Coast Guard Patrol checking out a group of visitors. We get frequent visits from the Navy and Coast Guard offshore our island.


Our Pibber Crew. They are still working on refinishing our new Pibber and their shipment of lifevests have not come in yet.


The Underwater Demolition Team (UDT). The first two are wearing rebreathers while the third member wears conventional scuba gear.


DRCO AJ Blade checks over our new Pibber. Fresh out the Navy's mothball fleet. This will be getting a refitting for now.

Check this link to see our tribute to 9/11

World Trade Center/Pentagon Tribute

Click on the link below to see actual pictures from Afganistan!

Flash Force in Afganistan: Operation Enduring Freedom