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Irreverent Warriors host first silkies hike April 16, 2016 — Twenty-two veterans across the United States commit suicide every day. To raise awareness, Irreverent Warriors hosted a silkies hike in Jacksonville April 16. Hundreds of civilians, veterans and active-duty service members from all military branches hiked down Western Boulevard, carrying 22 kilograms in their packs to support the cause. "We’ve got MORE
‘Sweet science’: Marine boxers honored in HOF April 16, 2016 — Though the All-Marine boxing team disbandedin 2012, former Marines gave their all to the sport. Saturday, they madehistory as the first inductees into the Marine Corps’ Boxing Hall of Fame.Goettge Memorial Field House hosted the first ever All-Marine boxing HOFinduction and banquet on Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune Saturday."The purpose of today MORE
Dynasty forming in Oakland April 15, 2016 — Did anyone guess at the beginning of the NBA season that the Golden State Warriors would be where they are now? If you say you did, you’re probably lying.No one saw this coming. No one saw Draymond Green being second in the NBA in triple-doubles or receiving the nod for an All-Star appearance.You might have seen Stephen Curry hitting an ungodly MORE
Wilmington PD on board with 'Protect What You've Earned' April 14, 2016 — The Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune Provost Marshal’s Office, in collaboration with the Wilmington Police Department, reminds service members to do the right thing whether in or out of uniform through the Protect What You’ve Earned campaign."The Protect What You’ve Earned campaign is an ongoing II Marine Expeditionary Force initiative to promote MORE
Holocaust survivor recounts his experiences April 14, 2016 — At 12 years old, Abram Piasek was torn fromhis family, home and friends and was taken to a labor camp in Poland in 1940during Adolf Hitler’s reign in Germany.Separated from all he knew, he had toendure the hardships of the Holocaust alone; survival wasn’t easy."I don’t speak for anybody else’s experiences, I can only speak on whathappened to MORE
MCSSS awards Hill ‘Instructor of the Year’ April 8, 2016 — Marine Corps Combat Service Support Schools recognized the 2015 Instructor of the Year at Camp Johnson on Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune March 31. MORE
Marines gather to shoot Eastern Division Matches April 7, 2016 — Marines from the Eastern Seaboard, the Central Intelligence Agency and British Royal Marines gathered to put their marksmanship skills to the test during the Eastern Division Shooting Matches at Stone Bay Rifle Range on Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune March 24.Competitors fired the M16A4 and M4 service rifles and M9 service pistol in the 10-day MORE
Know season rules, regulations April 7, 2016 — As temperatures rise and days get longer, sportsmen are eager to get out their fishing equipment and dust off their turkey calls. Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune is surrounded by some of North Carolina’s most sought-after fishing destinations and is home to various wild game species. For hunters and fisherman on base, a few extra steps must be taken to ensure they are following base orders and regulations as well as state requirements regarding hunting and fishing. With both freshwater and saltwater fishing being popular on base, sportsmen who seek to fish on base must carry a North Carolina State Fishing License and base permit on them while fishing. Camp Lejeune is home to more than 32 acres of inland freshwater ponds, giving fisherman a cast at bluegill, sunfish, bass and catfish. According to base conservation law enforcement, fishing with artificial bait or digestible bait requires a state fishing license. Hook and line is the only legal method of taking inland fish with a recreational license. MORE
Red Cross holds luncheon for volunteers April 6, 2016 — Disasters, natural or not, can happen to anyone at any time. If they do, the American Red Cross steps in and provides help for families in need.The organization hosted a luncheon at Marine Corps Air Station New River for its volunteers who go above and beyond in their duties to help service members in Marine Corps Installations–East March 22."Today MORE
Marine praised as hero after brave decision April 6, 2016 — "That knife can’t hurt me, that knife can’t hurt me," Lance Cpl. Reno Juman repeated to himself over and over again. A decision had to be made and made quickly; he holstered his weapon, took a step toward the threat and hoped for the best.On Feb. 15, a recently discharged Marine charged the Provost Marshal Office Marines standing post at the front MORE

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