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Text crime tip to NCIS Tip Hotline, 100% anonymous November 18, 2012 — Members of the military community can now help Naval Criminal Investigative Service solve crimes using their NCIS Tip Hotline.   By sending a text beginning with the word NCIS followed by a tip to CRIMES, 274637, going to the “Report a Crime” tab on ncis.navy.mil, or by using the free “Tip Submit Mobile” iPhone or Android app, members of the MORE
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Doc Bradley corpsman school; where blue become green November 15, 2012 — Six men hoisted the American flag over Iwo Jima during World War II, but contrary to popular belief, not all were Marines. John Bradley, a Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class, was one of the heroic men that day, and his name and valiant actions live on at the Navy Field Medical Training Battalion aboard Camp Johnson. More than 1,500 Navy personnel receive MORE
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Disabled American Veterans hosts “Hire a Veteran Week” job fair November 14, 2012 — Military members devote their lives to protecting their country and facing dangers others would run from. Some of these service members leave the armed forces wounded and disabled, making the transition to civilian life a challenge. Disabled veterans were able to search for employment during the “Hire a Veteran Week” job fair hosted at the Disabled MORE
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Marines stoked at Hughes signing November 06, 2012 — A line of service members and patrons filled the entryway of the Main Exchange aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune with pens and souvenirs in hand Oct. 25. They were all eagerly awaiting the arrival of Matt Hughes, a professional mixed martial arts fighter and one of the professional staff members of Otis Technology, a weapons manufacturing MORE
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Marines step up to help Santa November 06, 2012 — The presence of chilly weather and seasonal retail sales signifies the nearing Christmas holiday. Many cherish the time spent with families, but children wait all year to unwrap presents that magically appear under the tree. Unfortunately, there are children who make it on the nice list, but may not have a single gift tucked under the tree. MORE
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A large portion of Holcomb bike path closing until 2014, Alternate trail begins at Old Sawmill Rd. intersection November 05, 2012 — A large portion of the bike path along Holcomb Blvd. aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune is slated to close from Nov. 14 until the summer of 2014 due to construction in the area.   However, bicyclists will be able to take an alternate path using the Greenway Trail beginning at the intersection of Old Sawmill Road and ending near Marston Pavilion. MORE
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Camp Lejeune celebrates history, tradition November 02, 2012 — The birth of every branch of the U.S. military is significant in our nation’s history, but it’s through traditions and legacies those birthdays are carried on. The Marine Corps takes special pride in honoring past and present Marines and their dedication to teamwork with other services by hosting the Joint Daytime Ceremony. This years event was MORE
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Monsters send residents running October 31, 2012 — Ghouls and monsters hit the streets Oct. 20, and it was all for a little exercise and a lot of fun. The monthly family fun run at Tarawa Terrace kicked off October and in the spirit of Halloween, participants wore their scariest costumes.  “If you see a monster, run” was the theme for this month, and Lorraine Fuller, recreational specialist at MORE
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Inspection scheduled for child safety seats October 31, 2012 — It is federal law to wear a seat belt in a vehicle, but some parents do not realize this includes car seats for their children. More than 4,000 children who weren’t properly restrained were killed between 2006 and 2010. With the help of numerous organizations aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, a reform is underway to reduce the number. For the MORE
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New medical facility constructed on Camp Devil Dog October 31, 2012 — For new Marines, the experience of Marine Combat Training can be daunting. With more than half the training taking place in the field, the possibility of injury is high, but the ribbon on the future of medical care for students and instructors at MCT was cut Oct. 15.  With years of planning out of the way and only a few months of construction, a MORE
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