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US national team stuns Portugal July 24, 2014 — Did you miss Sunday’s action-packed game between the United States and Cristiano Ronaldo?  I know some of you must be scratching your head asking what I mean by that.  Basically, the U.S. squared off against the world player of the year and his Portuguese roster fillers (that is all they are) in a match that has me at a loss for words.  I’ll run MORE
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Camp Lejeune set to open Wilson Boulevard Gate July 17, 2014 — The commute on and off Camp Lejeune is about to get a little easier. The long-awaited Wilson Boulevard Gate located at the intersection of Bell Fork Road and NC-24 is scheduled to open to Marine Corps Base personnel for limited hours coming on the base weekday mornings and 24/7 coming off beginning July 31.  A portion of the new gate entry road MORE
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Camp Lejeune set to open Wilson Boulevard Gate
Local Jacksonville journalist receives long-overdue retirement from Marine Corps July 08, 2014 — Joined by family and friends, one Marine veteran was recognized for his Marine Corps service during a ceremony at Wounded Warrior Battalion-East aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, July 8.  Thomas Brennan, a reporter with the Jacksonville Daily News, typically covers all things Marine Corps related for the publication and had the opportunity the MORE
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Coast Guard special missions training center provides service members’ maritime operation skills July 03, 2014 — In a remote location aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, an elite group of Coast Guardsmen and women provide training in support of the USCG Deployable Specialized Forces.  Special Missions Training Center, located in Courthouse Bay, develops and delivers training and training material to improve performance, ensure safety, promote proficiency MORE
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Safety brief; firework protection a priority July 03, 2014 — According to the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission, more than 200 people are hospitalized each year on the Fourth of July due to firework related injuries.  With Independence Day right around the corner and a fun weekend in mind, safety must still be a priority.  Practicing safe firework handling and execution can be the difference MORE
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US team eliminated from World Cup July 03, 2014 — There has been a lot of hype amongst the Twitter-sphere swirling around the idea that the citizens of the U.S. have finally embraced the world’s sport, soccer.  Is the U.S. becoming a soccer nation?  And the answer is complicated.   Early water-cooler chatter statistics would indicate that the buzz around the sport has increased due to the recent MORE
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Weapons Training Battalion bids farewell to Vallejo July 02, 2014 — Lt. Col. Carlos A. Vallejo relinquished his duties as commanding officer of Weapons Training Battalion during a change of command ceremony at Stone Bay aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, July 2.   He presented the colors to Lt. Col. Mark R. Reid, who previously served as the operations officer for Marine Corps Special Operations MORE
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Marine Engineer School welcomes Baldwin, bids farewell to Johnson July 02, 2014 — Col. Jeffrey J. Johnson retired and relinquished command of the Marine Corps Engineer School to Col. Scott Baldwin during a change of command and retirement ceremony aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, July 2.  Johnson served 24 years in the Marine Corps and served as the commanding officer of the Marine Corps Engineer School since 2012.  “I MORE
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Reconnaissance Marines past, present gather for memorial rededication June 27, 2014 — Traveling from near and far, both past and present 2nd Reconnaissance Battalion Marines gathered at the battalion headquarters building to witness a rededication of the unit’s memorial, June 27.  Members of the 2nd Reconnaissance Battalion Association, comprised of former 2nd Recon Marines, were present at the rededication to show their MORE
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Reconnaissance Marines past, present gather for memorial rededication
SOI–East bids farewell to Theakston, welcomes Brown June 27, 2014 — Sgt. Maj. Scott L. Theakston retired from the Marine Corps with 30 years of service, handing over his position to Sgt. Maj. Robert H. Brown Jr. during the School of Infantry - East relief and appointment ceremony and retirement ceremony at Camp Geiger aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, June 27.  Theakston served as the School of Infantry - East MORE
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SOI-East bids farewell to Theakston, welcomes Brown

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