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Marines, industry come together at Marine South Expo April 10, 2014 — Marines and sailors attended the 21st annual Marine South Military Exposition to meet various industry representatives aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, April 9 and 10.Representatives from more than 120 companies attended the event, giving Marines the opportunity to browse new technology, equipment and weapons, ranging from handguns and MORE
Marines say thank you to Patriot Guard Riders April 03, 2014 — Marines form 2nd Marine Logistics Regiment gathered to thank the Patriot Guard Riders who support service members throughout the community. The riders met Marines from 2nd Marine Logistics Group aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, March 26. “We put this together to show the Patriot Guard Riders our appreciation for all they have been doing for MORE
Former chief medical historian visits NHCL April 03, 2014 — Jan Herman, former chief medical his¬torian of the Navy, visited Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune to speak about naval medi-cal history and to promote his new book, aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, March 28. Herman spoke to patrons regarding his passion for naval medical history and read excerpts from his book, “The Lucky Few: The Fall of Saigon MORE
Oglethorpe U. takes first in 43rd Intercollegiate Golf Tournament April 03, 2014 — The 43rd annual Marine Federal Credit Union Intercollegiate Golf Championship was held at the Paradise Point Golf Course aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, March 27 to 30. From the sunny weather during the practice session to the rain soaked fairways during the competition on Sunday, the students of Oglethorpe University battled the elements to MORE
Harriotte B. Smith Library reopens after four months of renovations April 01, 2014 — The Harriotte B. Smith Library aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune reopened after four months of renovations, April 1, bringing more than 100,000 books, DVDs and other media back to the base community. The library’s roof, wiring, lighting and sprinkler system were upgraded during the renovations. “We average between 800 to 1,200 people a day. A MORE
Urgent Response drill tests emergency response readiness aboard Lejeune March 26, 2014 — Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune will host its annual Urgent Response drill to provide the training and evaluation of emergency response plans aboard base April 3, at 8:30 a.m. in the II Marine Expeditionary Force area.This year’s scenario involves active shooters with mass casualties escalating into a barricaded hostage situation.Joseph Hanks, MORE
Hoopii set to retire, pass post to Berry March 26, 2014 — For the last three years, many of Sgt. Maj. Ernest K. Hoopii’s mornings have begun watching colors rise aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune’s headquarters building.Those moments are some of the memories, the sergeant major of Marine Corps Installations East - MCB Camp Lejeune values most as he looks forward to a new phase in his life, said MORE
Teachers win Lejeune March Madness 73-60 March 21, 2014 — Students and staff of Lejeune High School hosted the first Lejeune March Madness basketball game at the Lejeune High School gymnasium aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Friday.“Lejeune High School’s sophomore class organized the event to raise money for their junior prom,” said Shari McPeak, social studies teacher and sophomore class sponsor. MORE
Headquarters Support Battalion completes stamina course March 20, 2014 — Marines with Headquarters Support Battalion traversed obstacles while building camaraderie during the Commander’s Cup Challenge aboard Stone Bay Rifle Range, March 20.The stamina course challenged the Marines with 10 obstacles over more than four miles.“The course was very challenging,” said Cpl. Caleb Gill, distribution management specialist with MORE
Naval Hospital improves facilities, enhances patient care March 19, 2014 — Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune is undergoing construction and renovations to improve facilities and enhance the quality of patient care aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune.The $58 million project is scheduled to be completed by late summer 2015 to keep up with an increasing number of patients, advancements in medicine and technology.“The hospital MORE

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