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Tarawa Terrace illuminates during holiday tree lighting ceremony December 01, 2012 — Santa Claus visited Tarawa Terrace with Mrs. Claus and a few of his elves to spread some early-December Christmas cheer to Marine families during the annual Tarawa Terrace Holiday Tree Lighting Ceremony aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune’s housing community Dec. 1.  Many families swarmed to the community center at 6 p.m. for an evening of MORE
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Tarawa Terrace illuminates during holiday tree lighting ceremony
Base law enforcement agencies collaborate to tackle drugs November 30, 2012 — The military medals on the visor of the vehicle shone in the probing flashlights and bright streetlights as military police officers searched through the car’s contents. Behind the car a service member, dazed from a night of drinking, held a resigned expression. He shivered in the early morning breeze as the police pulled every last item from his MORE
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Base law enforcement agencies collaborate to tackle drugs
AMCC Commemorates 4,000 homes November 29, 2012 — Atlantic Marine Corps Communities aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune built its 4,000th home for the Camp Lejeune and Marine Corps Air Station New River community recently. AMCC held a ribbon cutting to commemorate the milestone, welcoming a new family to the Knox Landing staff noncommissioned officer community.   The 4,000th home is the MORE
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AMCC Commemorates 4,000 homes
Selfless CFC donations from Tarawa Terrace Elementary November 28, 2012 — Every year service members take the opportunity to donate to hundreds of charities through the Combined Federal Campaign. With the annual CFC walk at Tarawa Terrace Elementary School at the housing area aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, the students are able to donate their time and efforts and help the community alongside their MORE
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WWBn-East to open Warrior Hope, Care Center November 27, 2012 — The Wounded Warrior Complex aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune is scheduled to commemorate the opening of the Warrior Hope and Care Center Dec. 7, 10 a.m. at Building PP-3 on Wounded Warrior Drive near Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune.    “The Warrior Hope and Care Center is a wounded warrior reconditioning and resource center,” said Maj. Paul MORE
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Make sure your mail arrives on time November 27, 2012 — Christmas is right around the corner, and with the holidays comes an influx of mail sent overseas to service members. The United States Postal Service released their deadlines for getting mail sent overseas to arrive in time for the busy Christmas season.  The fastest way to send mail is through express mail. In order to take advantage of this MORE
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Ghosts make contact at Jacksonville USO November 27, 2012 — The USO of North Carolina Jacksonville Center is a place where service members and the local community can have fun and relax, but in its shadows lie mysterious forces that open and close doors when nobody is around, touch and scratch guests and employees, and leave people with an eerie feeling.   A local radio station along with the South East MORE
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Lejeune hosts Hidden Talents Fall Craft Fair November 27, 2012 — The dining area of the Officers’ Club aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune was transformed into a crafts bazaar this weekend as part of Hidden Talents Fall Craft Fair Nov. 17 and 18.   Eighty-eight crafters were on hand to sell products of their trade and creativity to include knitted clothes, hand-painted signs, and other wares and trinkets on MORE
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Families adopt Marines for Thanksgiving November 26, 2012 — Green leaves turn to vibrant warm colors marking the arrival of the fall. The season’s chills wane with the warmth of a long awaited Thanksgiving dinner, which brings family and loved ones. For Marines who weren’t able to return home for the holiday, the Single Marine Program coordinated with three communities to have families adopt two or more MORE
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Tragic story brings reality of drunk driving to 2nd Maintenance Battalion November 19, 2012 — A tragic story of two innocent girls dead and one man facing more than 20 years in prison was told to the Marines of 2nd Maintenance Battalion Nov. 9.  Renee Napier, whose daughter was killed in May 2002, spoke to the Marines of 2nd Maint. Bn. at a safety brief before the Veterans Day holiday weekend about the reality and consequences of drunk MORE
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