“The investigation at this time suggests this was an isolated incident,” he said. We love helping our veterans and spouses find employment and assist transiting service members with networking opportunities.The weddings took place on the grounds of the Oceanside Marina Suites, overlooking the mouth of the harbor, and the couples received free flowers, photography, music by a DJ and a small cake.“It’s amazing, I can’t believe that they do this for us,” said Felisha Aderholt, 26, as she prepared to marry her betrothed, Marine Sgt. The couple met in Texas, where Harper was previously stationed.They said their vows Monday under crystal clear skies, with temperatures in the mid-70s.“She looked absolutely beautiful.”The couple met about two years ago when a friend passed on Killingsworth’s phone number and told Horak to call her.A first date blossomed into true love and they got engaged on Valentine’s Day.Tuttle said it’s exactly because service men and women are so far from home that their weddings are often a bare-bones affair at a courthouse or city hall.
Killingsworth, 19, of Temecula said the wedding was everything she hoped.Aderholt wore a sleeveless gown and clutched a bouquet of yellow roses. They planned to go to lunch and then to Legoland with Aderholt’s 6-year-old son, Eli.Harper’s family lives in New York and Virginia and was unable to attend the ceremony.For more information about Oceanside’s 10-day Valentine celebration, visit Find military housing by MCB Camp Pendleton, apartments and homes for rent, and houses for sale with