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Paws in the Park brings service members and pets together in one room April 20, 2013 — Service members and their pets made their own dog treats and learned about the pet services provided aboard the base during the first annual Paws in the Park, April 20.The event allows interaction between the families and the resources they may not have known about if they live out in town, stated Elicia Graham, a readiness and support trainer for MORE
Holocaust horror brought to life April 18, 2013 — After a weeklong journey with hundreds of others crammed in a train cart created for cattle, Morris Glass’ family was ripped apart in a single moment as they entered Auschwitz. The Nazi soldiers divided the passengers into separate lines. Men were sent to the right and women to the left. Glass stayed in line with his father and his brother but MORE
Education, job fair brings opportunities at Marston Pavilion April 18, 2013 — With more than 400 people in attendance this year, more than 60 colleges attended the National Job Fair an Education Expo at the Marston Pavilion aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune April 18.  For Marines who are getting out, the colleges at the fair give them a head start at college opportunities. The fair and expo opened its doors to retirees, MORE
Gadgets, gizmos grab spotlight at Marine South Expo April 17, 2013 — Manufacturers and service members received the Marine South Military Exposition April 10 and 11. Representatives from 140 organizations throughout the country and the base came to Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune to show the base’s Marines the latest and greatest technology available. “It’s an opportunity for the defense industry and the Marine Corps MORE
Camp Lejeune wins USMC Large Fire Department of the Year April 17, 2013 — Camp Lejeune’s Fire and Emergency Services has been on a path to self improvement throughout the last year and has been recognized for their efforts by being awarded as the Marine Corps’ Large Fire Department of the Year. Throughout 2012, the fire departments aboard base sought accreditation through the Center of Public Safety Excellence. “Getting MORE
More than 120 exhibitors to showcase newest technologies during Marine South Expo 2013 April 11, 2013 — As new technologies remain important to the Marine Corps, more than 120 exhibitors set aside mention of Sequestration as they are set to display the latest systems, equipment, services, technology and prototypes during the Marine South Exposition 2013 scheduled for April 10 – 11 at the Goettge Memorial Field House aboard Marine Corps Base Camp MORE
Marines, technology come together during expo April 11, 2013 — Members of National Conferences Services Incorporated hosted a technology exposition at the Marston Pavilion aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune April 3 giving Marine leaders and other personnel a first-hand look at products and services from more than 25 exhibitors.When sequestration cut funding for Department of Defense members to travel to MORE
Stroller Warriors help beginners run 5K April 10, 2013 — The Stroller Warriors of Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune can be seen running and walking throughout the base’s exercise paths many times a week. They are, primarily military spouses, can be seen pushing babies and toddlers in strollers or accompanied by children pedaling bikes. Atlantic Marine Corps Communities has recently partnered with Stroller MORE
Marines laugh it up during Leatherneck II Comedy, Entertainment Tour April 5, 2013 — The stresses of work can be tough on the average Marine, so the Single Marine Program funded the Leatherneck II Comedy and Entertainment Tour.to help Marines let loose and forget the rigors of everyday life in the corps. Marine Corps Installations East Marines attended the invite-only Leatherneck II Comedy and Entertainment Tour at the base theater MORE
Changes expected for officers’ professional military education April 4, 2013 — Marine Corps College of Distance Education and Training has changed over the years. What began as a box of books officers dredged through to complete their professional military education changed to a variety of useful learning models. “Throughout the last 15 years, we’ve developed a much more robust system,” said Cesare Cardi, the Camp Lejeune MORE

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