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Traffic Advisory: Scheduled overnight road closure on Stone Street Sept. 9-26

There is a scheduled road closure on Stone Street to facilitate the installation of steel girders supporting the new Wilson Boulevard overpass starting Tuesday, Sept. 9 until Friday, Sept. 26 between the hours of 6 p.m. – 5 a.m. daily. Stone Street will be closed to ALL traffic, including E911 services, during these hours in the vicinity of the new Wilson Boulevard overpass Sept. 9-12 while contractors receive and set steel girders for the construction of the overpass. E911 services will be permitted through the work zone the following two weeks, Sept. 15-19 & Sept. 22-26, but will remain closed to all non-emergency traffic. Variable message signs will be placed at the intersections of Stone Street & Brewster Boulevard and Stone Street & Seth Williams Boulevard identifying the closure, and “detour” and “road closed” signs will be placed along the routes.


Public Notice: Deer hunting season opens Sept. 13; hunters reminded to follow check in/out procedures

Deer hunting season begins at 6:20 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 13 for authorized bow hunters aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune and Marine Corps Air Station New River. Anyone in the woods who is not with units training (e.g. - firewood cutters, scouters, hikers) needs to wear blaze (safety) orange. Runners should stay on or along roadways and are advised to wear reflective or highly visible clothing. Additionally, the bike trail in area “BC” between the back gate and Camp Devil Dog aboard MCAS New River is closed until Jan. 1, 2015 for the entire hunting season. Hunters must check in and out of the Electronic Fish & Wildlife Conservation Tracking System (E-FAWCTS), and they should refer to E-FAWCTS for any hunting area closures. Hunters with questions may contact the Conservation Law Enforcement office at (910) 451-2196 or visit their website at http://go.usa.gov/VBEB.

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Service members work to become roadside investigators

By Cpl. Justin Rodriguez | August 15, 2014

Marines stationed across Marine Corps Installations East conducted practical application training during the Traffic Collision Investigation Course at Camp Johnson, aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Thursday. Marines stationed across Marine Corps Installations East conducted practical application training during the Traffic Collision MORE
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Officials mitigate wild fire in tabletop exercise scenario

By Cpl. Jackeline Perez Rivera | August 15, 2014

Officials coordinated battling flames during a simulated exercise that engulfed a Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune range in the Greater Sandy Run area and rapidly spread to Onslow County in “Wildland Fire 2014,” a tabletop scenario where officials worked together to manage and control the mock disaster. Members from agencies throughout MCB Camp MORE
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Midshipmen experience USMC with CORTRAMID

By Cpl. Jackeline Perez Rivera | August 14, 2014

Members of Reserve Officers' Training Corps participated in Marine Week for Career Orientation and Training for Midshipmen, aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune and Marine Corps Air Station New River Aug. 4 through 8. It was an opportunity for the future Marine Corps and Navy officers to gain exposure to military life and to the troops they may MORE
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US Coast Guard celebrate 224 years of service

By Lance Cpl. Mark Watola | August 14, 2014

Coastguardsmen from across North Carolina came together to celebrate 224 years of service during the Coast Guard Ball at Marston Pavilion aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Aug. 8. Congress created a small fleet of cutters known as the Revenue Cutter Service Aug. 4, 1790, the official Coast Guard birthday. The Revenue Cutter Service enforced MORE
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