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Gunny Claus spreads Christmas cheer, visits military families December 19, 2013 — Assigned to the 1st Reindeer Division, Marine Corps Base North Pole, Gunny Claus visited local service members and their families to spread Christmas cheer at the USO of North Carolina Jacksonville Center, Dec. 14. More than 300 service members and their families shared their wish list with Gunny Claus and his patented Dress Reds over MORE
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Gunny Claus spreads Christmas cheer, visits military families
Marines, sailors honor fallen one wreath at a time December 14, 2013 — More than 50 Marines and sailors with Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune’s Single Marine Program meticulously placed dozens of wreaths honoring a few of the thousands buried throughout the white gravestone-dotted hills of Arlington National Cemetery during Wreaths Across America Day, Dec. 14. Service members traveled to Arlington, Va., America’s most MORE
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Marines, sailors honor fallen one wreath at a time
Marines trade tanks for golf carts December 10, 2013 — Marines with 2nd Tank Battalion, 2nd Marine Division, conducted tank maneuvers and tactics using golf carts at the Paradise Point Golf Complex, aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Dec. 10. Charlie Company tank commanders utilized golf carts to practice tactics at the platoon and company level. The golf carts enabled 2nd Tanks to conserve money MORE
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Marines trade tanks for golf carts
Devilpups defeat Lady Gators 59-45 December 04, 2013 — Lejeune High School’s girls’ varsity basketball team defeated Spring Creek 59-45 in a nonconference match, aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Nov. 26. The Devilpups started off strong, but lost their momentum in the second quarter, where Spring Creek took advantage to try to catch up.  The Devilpups regrouped at half time and powered through, MORE
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Devilpups defeat Lady Gators 59-45
Military spouses gain knowledge during Career Prep Rally December 04, 2013 — Military spouses attended the three-day Career Prep Rally at the Career Resources Training Center aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Dec. 2. The Family Member Employment Assistance Program and the Military Spouse Foundation, a non-profit organization, education and entrepreneurial center, hosted the workshop. The course was designed to fit into MORE
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New Marine Corps legal program defends victims’ rights December 04, 2013 — The Victims Legal Counsel Organization is a new program mandated by the Secretary of Defense to all military branches to provide legal representation, advice and protection of all victims’ rights. VLCO was implemented through Department of Defense instruction 1030.2 to protect all victims of any crimes under the Uniformed Code of Military Justice MORE
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Lejeune’s story retold in new novel December 04, 2013 — Retired Maj. Ralph Stoney Bates Sr. is slated to visit Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune to promote his book “A Marine Called Gabe,” a novel on the legend of Lt. Gen. John A. Lejeune at the Marine Corps Exchange aboard base, Dec. 5-8. Bates will visit the base with hopes to meet today’s Marines and share the inspiring story of Lejeune.  After MORE
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Devilpups protect dog house, beat Trojans 33-8 November 30, 2013 — A second quarter surge by the Lejeune Devilpups led them to victory against the South Halifax Trojans aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Nov. 30. The Devilpups eliminated the Trojans, winning 33-8 in the third round of the North Carolina High School Athletic Association playoffs. The Devilpups started the game slow, but made up for it in the MORE
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Community honors veterans during holidays with Wreaths Across America November 26, 2013 — Members of the local community will join thousandsnationwide in honoring veterans through a wreath laying ceremony on WreathAcross America Day, Dec. 14.   Wreath Across America Day is an annual event which began in1992 in ArlingtonNational Cemetery.Since then, the event has spread throughout the country and is now markedannually by a congressional MORE
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Herschel Walker shares personal struggle November 25, 2013 — Even after struggling with Dissociative Identity Disorder, Herschel Walker, retired National Football League player and mixed martial artist, proved to the world he could make a difference.  Walker visited Marines, sailors and families aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune for an open forum about his struggle with the disorder and his life story MORE
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Herschel Walker shares personal struggle

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