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CTC-2 trains Marines in new way June 01, 2013 — The Communication Training Center II aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune trained a class of 20 Marines in networking, computer and radio programming aboard base during a weeklong course, May 27 through 31. The Marines received their classes in a command and control tent powered by solar panels as opposed to in an ordinary classroom. “The classes MORE
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Camp Johnson celebrates life of Master Sgt. Scott E. Pruitt May 31, 2013 — Family, friends, and fellow service members gathered at the base auditorium aboard Camp Johnson, a satellite installation of Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, to celebrate the life of Master Sgt. Scott E. Pruitt, and remember his sacrifice, May 31.  Master Sgt. Scott E. Pruitt, a financial management Marine for 18 years and also instructor with the MORE
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Headquarters, Support Battalion Marines take over M.O.U.T May 09, 2013 — Marines with Company B of Headquarters and Support Battalion spent the day brushing up on how to properly patrol across modern urban terrain at the Military Operations in Urban Terrain facility aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune May 9.   This event marked the first time a non-deployable unit aboard base conducted a field operation, said Capt. MORE
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Faithful gather for National Day of Prayer Breakfast May 02, 2013 — Marines and sailors sat quietly as they bowed their heads and listened to a prayer from the commanding general of Marine Corps Installations East – Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Brig. Gen. Thomas A. Gorry, during the National Day of Prayer Breakfast at the Paradise Point Officer’s Club aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, May 2.  The National MORE
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Down East Cyclists pushes forward, hosts first race in three years March 17, 2013 — A local cyclist had a mission to build a mountain-bike trail, but more importantly, he wanted to create a place where families can go spend time together and have fun. Jeff LeBlanc, a retired master gunnery sergeant and president of Down East Cyclists, did something he’s been waiting three years to do, host a mountain-bike race.  LeBlanc officially MORE
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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
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Corps, Community preview path to future
Don’t wait, Tax Center offers free 2012 return filing beginning Jan. 30 January 18, 2013 — Beginning Jan. 30, the Tax Center aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune is scheduled to start filing 2012 tax returns for service members and government employees who work on the installation. Due to law changes made by Congress under the American Tax Payer Relief Act, returns cannot be filed until the end of the month. The Tax Center is free and MORE
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Medal of Honor recipients slated to visit Camp Lejeune December 04, 2012 —  The Congressional Medal of Honor is the highest decoration awarded to service members, and it’s not every day people can meet a Medal of Honor recipient. Marines and spouses aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune will have that opportunity Dec. 11.  Retired Maj. Gen. James Livingston and retired Army Maj. Drew Dix are scheduled to visit MCB Camp MORE
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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
Navy Ball remembers War of 1812 October 29, 2012 — Food, drinks, birthday cake, dancing and camaraderie filled the extravagantly-decorated convention center in New Bern, as United States Navy sailors aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune celebrated their 237th birthday Oct. 20.  Sailors and Marines starting packing the large dining area at approximately 5 p.m. as couples took photos to commemorate MORE
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