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Naval Hospital conducts patient evacuation drill June 6, 2013 — Six wards and more than 50 staff participated in the first patient evacuation drill at Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune May 22.This was the first evacuation drill for the hospital and included cooperation from the local facilities and the fire department aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune. To create a sense of realism, colored strobe lights were MORE
Forgot your beach gear? Onslow Beach Marine Mart now open June 5, 2013 — Beach-goers at Onslow Beach aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune have a place to do their beach shopping this summer at a new seaside convenience store.The Onslow Beach Marine Mart held a ribbon cutting to commemorate the opening of their facility, June 4.Onslow Beach is a great family and pet-friendly place to relax without having to drive far, MORE
Division matches decide best Marines Corps shooters on East Coast June 1, 2013 — The Marine Corps shooting team beat out the British Royal Marines shooting team by just 40 combined points in this year’s Inter-Corps Cup Rifle Competition.The Marine Corps shooting team won the annual competition with a combined score of 2246 with an average of 23 V’s to the Royal Marines 2206 and 31 V’s.Each team composed of eight members and top MORE
Headquarters Support Battalion brings a new meaning to triathlon June 1, 2013 — Headquarters Support Battalion aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune is known for their creative monthly commander’s cup challenges and for the 2nd time they held a triathlon to determine the fastest company.Competing for each company was 10 volunteers per team. Alongside the team competitors, individuals from each company ran for their own time MORE
Swansboro Chamber of Commerce brings community together with Military Appreciation Day June 1, 2013 — There are more than 6,500 spoken languages in the world today, but the Chamber of Commerce members felt it was appropriate to take this day and say thank you to the service members.With the American flag hanging from a local fire truck, hundreds of families gathered and shared the cloudless, sunny day together to show appreciation for the service MORE
CTC-2 trains Marines in new way June 1, 2013 — The Communication Training Center II aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune trained a class of 20 Marines in networking, computer and radio programming aboard base during a weeklong course, May 27 through 31.The Marines received their classes in a command and control tent powered by solar panels as opposed to in an ordinary classroom.“The classes MORE
NOAA officials warn above normal hurricane season expected June 1, 2013 — The beginning of June marked the start of hurricane season throughout the Atlantic region. Hurricane season is a time when meteorologists and the general public prepare for the six-month period of potential storms and the impact a severe storm could bring. While it is impossible to fully predict future weather conditions, meteorologists are MORE
Education options still available after tuition assistance stops May 31, 2013 — Providing a maximum of $4,500 per fiscal year, tuition assistance has helped thousands of Marines to further their education, but due to budget cuts, the program for Marines and the Marine Corps Community Services education assistance is on hold until funding is available.The hold on tuition assistance applies for future enrollment in college MORE
Big Game Challenge: Golfers hit greens for unique tournament before big game May 31, 2013 — It was a brisk and sunny yet breezy morning aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, but the hot ticket was the game before “The Game” played at The Scarlett.More than 40 people arrived at Paradise Point Golf Course to play a round of golf at one of the bases golf courses before heading home to watch the biggest sporting event in the United States. MORE
Camp Johnson celebrates life of Master Sgt. Scott E. Pruitt May 31, 2013 — Family, friends, and fellow service members gathered at the base auditorium aboard Camp Johnson, a satellite installation of Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, to celebrate the life of Master Sgt. Scott E. Pruitt, and remember his sacrifice, May 31. Master Sgt. Scott E. Pruitt, a financial management Marine for 18 years and also instructor with the MORE

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