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2d AABN sweeps competition at 2000 Fall Intramural Matches November 10, 2000 — Second Assault Amphibian Battalion's intramural rifle and pistol team vanquished their competitors and seized the lion's share of 1st place trophy's during the 2000 Fall Intramural Matches at Stone Bay Training Area Oct. 27.   The competition, hosted at the Stone Bay ranges, matched teams from Camp Lejeune and Marine Corps Air Stations New River MORE
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Ceremony takes place before run November 09, 2000 — In the Corps' efforts to promote 'Stay Marine,' 80 Marines from 2d Marine Division here re-enlisted today on the 8th Marine Regiment physical training field.   The ceremony was part of the division's on-going commitment to increase retention. In the past five weeks, more than 380 division Marines have re-enlisted.   After swearing in to serve the MORE
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Interview with CG 2d MEB November 09, 2000 — In a recent interview with Brig. Gen. Robert M. Flanagan, commanding general of the 2d Marine Expeditionary Brigade, the commander talked of his command and the one-year anniversary of its stand-up. Some of the key highlights of the interview included talk of the MEB's organization, its operational tempo and an insight of 2d MEB's future exercises. MORE
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Stone Bay deployment; WTBN faces new millennium of change November 08, 2000 — Marines training at the Stone Bay training area witnessed the tides of change Oct. 27 with the unveiling of a new electronic scoring system being readied for implementation on the ranges here.   The system, called LOMAH (location of miss and hit), has long been in use by the Army in one form or another, but until now was never configured for the MORE
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2d CEB Breaches way into future November 08, 2000 — Marines from 2d Combat Engineer Battalion, 2d Marine Division are currently conducting operational tests with the new Anti-Personnel Obstacle Breaching System at Engineer Training Area-4 here.   The APOBS is a self-contained, one-shot expendable linear demolition charge system, which can be transported and deployed by a two-person team.  The system MORE
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Legion of Merit awarded for outstanding service November 07, 2000 — The director of instruction for Marine Corps Combat Service Support Schools was awarded the Legion of Merit recently in a ceremony aboard Camp Johnson recently.  Lt. Col. John R. Miles of Staten Island, N.Y., was presented the award by Col. J.C. Hardee, the assistant chief of staff for Training, Education and Operations, Marine Corps Base.   Miles MORE
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Museum Fest recognizes Corps November 06, 2000 — The "Remembering Camp Davis and Camp Lejeune" display located at the Richlands Museum Changing Gallery officially opened Nov. 5 at the Museum Fest held for the 24th consecutive year here.   Colonel Mark T. Goodman, the assistant chief of staff for Marine Corps Base, Camp Lejeune, did the honors at a ribbon-cutting ceremony marking the official MORE
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From Man's Corps to the Marine Corps November 03, 2000 — Since women first answered the call led by Opha Mae Johnson during World War I, women have been making history as Marines.   The roles of women Marines have changed greatly over the ensuing years, taking women out of their primary niche involving clerical duties and putting them in roles such as helicopter and automotive mechanics and other MORE
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Re-building our birthplace one step at a time November 03, 2000 — There is a empty plot of land at the corner of 38th Parallel Boulevard and Spruce Street in Philadelphia that will soon be occupied. This property, which sits amongst the cobblestone streets, will soon be a historical one for Marines.   Within a year, a scheduled re-building of Tun Tavern will take place there.  Members of the Tun Tavern Historical MORE
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Unveiling at Camp Lejeune commemorates 13th Commandant November 02, 2000 — The official unveiling of the Lt. Gen. John A. Lejeune statue at the traffic circle on Holcomb and McHugh Boulevards took place in a ceremony here Thursday.   The event reflected the influence the former Commandant has on today's Marine Corps, said Marine Corps Base Commanding General Maj. Gen. Ronald G. Richard as he spoke at the event. He also MORE
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