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Berry retires, Grade posts as MCB sergeant major June 9, 2016 — Sgt. Maj. Paul Berry was relieved and Sgt. Maj. Scott Grade posted as Marine Corps Installations East-Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune sergeant major during a relief and appointment ceremony at W.P.T Hill Field on Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune June 9.From March 2014 to March 2016, Berry worked alongside Brig. Gen. Thomas Weidley, MCI-East and Camp MORE
Prevent spread of Zika virus with basic knowledge June 8, 2016 — The Zika virus is a disease spread through mosquito bites from an infected Aedes species mosquito, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention.The CDC also states that the Zika virus doesn’t usually get people sick enough to go to the hospital and rarely causes death. However, the virus can cause a serious birth defect, microcephaly, MORE
Camp Lejeune prepares for hurricane season May 26, 2016 — The Marine Corps selected the coast of North Carolina for Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune to train Marines on amphibious warfare and due to its close proximity to major ports.Its easy access to the sea comes with a price: the threat of destructive weather from the Atlantic Ocean.Hurricane season starts in June and ends in November and everyone is MORE
Get ready for PCS season with DMO May 19, 2016 — With the peak permanent change of station season arriving, service members are now better equipped to execute orders with guidance from the Distribution Management Office. MORE
Community gathers for Vietnam Veterans Recognition Day ceremony April 30, 2016 — Community members and leaders gathered with Marines, sailors and Vietnam veterans at the Onslow Vietnam Veterans Memorial for the Vietnam Veterans Recognition Day ceremony Saturday, to remember the men and women who fought and gave their lives on behalf of the American people during their country’s longest conflict.More than 58,000 Americans lost MORE
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
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
All-Marine Boxing Hall of Fame induction for nearly 50 Marines April 14, 2016 — Boxers from many eras of the Marine Corps will gather for the All-Marine Boxing Hall of Fame induction and banquet at Goettge Memorial Field House on Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune on Saturday.The initial induction will recognize nearly 50 Marine boxers, including former Olympians, current fighters, coaches and officials. Half of the Marines will MORE

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