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Corps, Community preview path to future February 12, 2013 — Base leaders from Camp Lejeune and MCAS New River joined local government and community leaders of Jacksonville and Onslow County aboard Marine Corps Air Station New River to discuss the outlook of their installations going forward at the 18th Annual State of the Community Breakfast Feb. 12.Speakers included Jeff Hudson, Onslow County manager, MORE
Course teaches painful art of Jujitsu February 05, 2013 — Wayne Nelson doesn’t want just anyone for his Traditional Jujitsu Class aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune. In fact many don’t make it through his class. Promoted as a defensive and very painful martial art, Nelson teaches methods of self defense to Marines, dependents, retirees and civilian employees twice a week at Building 39, next to the MORE
Big Game Challenge: Golfers hit greens for unique tournament before big game February 03, 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
Former infantry officer, counsel retires after 30 years February 01, 2013 — When Richard Hine, a counsel aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, said his goodbyes there were no sad faces. Even Hine wore a grin throughout his final days at the East Area Counsel Office. “You should be smiling when you retire,” said Hine. In the wake of Hine’s retirement the goodbyes were heartfelt, full of laughs and good wishes. After all, MORE
Remembering the sacrifice of African-Americans at Camp Johnson February 01, 2013 — Nearly 50 years have passed since Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s ‘I have a dream’ speech, but the impact of racial equality and the end of discrimination are still heard aboard Camp Johnson.Feb. 1 marked the start to African-American History Month throughout the United States. Students and leaders, along with members of the Montford Point Marine MORE
Remembering the sacrifice of African-Americans at Camp Johnson February 01, 2013 — Nearly 50 years have passed since Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s ‘I have a dream’ speech, but the impact of racial equality and the end of discrimination are still heard aboard Camp Johnson.Feb. 1 marked the start to African-American History Month throughout the United States. Students and leaders, along with members of the Montford Point Marine MORE
DoD pay charts now easier to find through Total Pay app January 29, 2013 — To date, more than 35 billion applications for smart phones have been downloaded from the Apple app store, and with so many available, originality can sometimes be hard to come by.                                                                         A vision to help thousands of others understand the complexity of the Department of Defense’s pay MORE
The grass on fire, smoke in the air; should it be there January 24, 2013 — There are thousands of species of endangered plants and animals spanning the globe, and they all need protecting. MCB Camp Lejeune does its part to protect its indigenous endangered species with prescribed burns.Some endangered species need cold snowy environments to thrive but some need lush open areas, and prescribed burns create and open those MORE
Regionalization and consolidation of IT means big changes in technological future January 24, 2013 — On an unassuming street at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune the construction of a new Marine Corps East Coast information technology powerhouse is near completion. Behind fences strong enough to stop a charging tractor trailer and locked, common access card and biometrics secured doors and gates lies a complex containing the Marine Air Ground Task MORE
Hurt back, broken bones less likely after this year’s BITS training January 23, 2013 — Training, no matter what the topic, can sometimes feel useless and monotonous, but more often than not it has an important purpose. Back in the saddle training for civilians aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune is one of those purposeful training requirements and for the first time ever it has been made mandatory.BITS is a two-tier program is used MORE

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