Some homeowners in San Clemente as well as close-by South Orange Region cities are asking yourself why continuous loud booms are being heard originating from Camp Pendleton.
The thundering noises are likely the results of explosive ordinance disposal engineers developing a risk-free course for Militaries on the ranges, authorities from the 1st Marine Expeditionary Pressure said on Wednesday, Nov. 25.
MICLIC training will proceed for the remainder of today. All updates relating to noise generating training occasions on base can be discovered through the Noise Advisory page on the Camp Pendleton site:https://t.co/4kzhIIBUsc!.?.!#training #readiness pic.twitter.com/V7f1BuAZm8– Camp Pendleton(@MCIWPendletonCA)November 24, 2020 The training has been going on today and also is part of the Militaries’ regular training. The loud reverberations are most likely being listened to due to the fact that
— there are a great deal of mortars blowing up in the Whiskey/Zulu training area, which are in
the main and also more north sections of the base.