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A place to reflect: Vietnam veterans honored in memorial rededication ceremony June 05, 2014 — Members of the area community, including veterans, active duty service members and county residents, gathered to commemorate the rededication of Vietnam Veterans Memorial during a ceremony at Lejeune Memorial Gardens in Jacksonville, N.C., May 31.   The ceremony celebrated the addition of a gazebo above a fountain in the memorial, which features MORE
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A place to reflect: Vietnam veterans honored in memorial rededication ceremony
Operation Cookie Drop: Girl Scouts show troop appreciation May 28, 2014 — After months of selling cookies, Girl Scouts gathered at theUSO of North Carolina Jacksonville center to give more than 3,000 boxes to themilitary community during Operation Cookie Drop, May 22.   At each local cookie selling booth, from January to March,girls from the Coastal Pines’ Girl Scouts placed a tin seeking donations forOperation Cookie MORE
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Operation Cookie Drop: Girl Scouts show troop appreciation
Maynia strikes base community once again May 21, 2014 — MARINE CORPS BASE CAMP LEJEUNE, N.C. - Take a load off and ride a roller coaster, enjoy a funnel cake or win a prize at Maynia. Marine Corps Community Services hosted the annual event which invited patrons to halt their everyday tasks and enjoy a wild, event-filled festival aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, May 16 through 18.  Maynia was an MORE
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All-American Summer Camp opens for registration May 08, 2014 — MARINE CORPS BASE CAMP LEJEUNE, N.C. - With the end of the school year drawing near, comes the opportunity for youth to explore the outdoors, during the All-American Summer Camp aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, June 12.   The program is designed to offer children recreational, social and educational enrichment opportunities in a safe MORE
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Community recognizes Ken Hagan, Ronnie Ross April 26, 2014 — MARINE CORPS BASE CAMP LEJEUNE, N.C. - Joining other local sports legends, Ken Hagan and Ronnie Ross were added to the Jacksonville-Onslow Sports Hall of Fame during an induction ceremony at the Paradise Point Officers’ Club aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, April 26.  Hagan, a Marine Corps veteran, has served the Onslow County athletic MORE
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Base personnel hoping to improve traffic safety April 11, 2014 — Recent changes have come to traffic regulations aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune. The goal is to ensure drivers are following all laws and regulations, as well as making sure their information is updated and valid with the North Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles. Previous incidents on and off-base have led to policy changes giving more MORE
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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 MORE
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Marines thank to Patriot Guard Riders
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
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Officials strive to improve safety awareness February 11, 2014 — Base officials are working to find new ways of keeping service members aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune safe. Incidents due to drunk driving and unsafe driving conditions have led to the death of four Marines this year, which could have been avoided. “Our primary mission is to keep everyone aboard the base safe,” said Maj. Robert E. Cato, the MORE
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Arrive Alive providing Marines with safe ride home February 11, 2014 — The Marine Corps Arrive Alive program promotes drunk driving prevention and helps Marines stay safe while on liberty. The program allows Marines and sailors to contact participating taxi companies and give them the Arrive Alive card. The taxi driver will drive the service member to the battalion officer of the day, who will provide payment for the MORE
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