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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
City of Jacksonville unveils service medallions for military November 07, 2013 — The city of Jacksonville unveiled five service medallions dedicated to each service branch during a ceremony at the Freedom Fountain in Jacksonville, Nov. 7. The Freedom Fountain, was originally dedicated Nov. 9, 2012. It features a center jet dedicated to the country’s freedom; three fountain heads surrounding it, each representing the three MORE
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Public Works Division always there for Marines October 16, 2013 — When a pipe bursts or a window breaks aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, the Public Works Division’s Work Reception will find the right professional to fix it.  Every holiday, through all hours of the night and through every natural disaster, the office’s staff handles the many issues that arise in the base’s 156,000 acres. More than 500,000 MORE
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Lejeune boys soccer defeats Pender, 5-1 September 18, 2013 — Made with less than 20 seconds on the clock, Lejeune High School junior Timmy Vaughn’s game-winning goal hammered the final nail in Pender High School’s coffin.   The goal gave the Lejeune Devilpup boys varsity soccer team a 5-1 victory over the Pender Patriots aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Sept. 12.   “It was pretty intense the first MORE
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Lejeune boys soccer defeats Pender, 5-1
Marine wife finds sanctuary in passion for animals July 18, 2013 — Megan Tetreau walks into the cage armed only with a net and a crate. Hiding among the branches and beams of the large enclosure sat a raptor with rouge plumage and large talons pacing through the branches.  Tetreau wastes no time, before the bird tries to fly away she snags it in a single swoop.  It’s imperative to take the bird quickly; after MORE
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Female service members, veterans, spouses invited to attend A New Mission: How Military Women Become Entrepreneurs May 15, 2013 — Women of the military community including service members, veterans and spouses are invited to attend A New Mission: How Military Women Become Entrepreneurs at the Marston Pavilion aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune May 21.   For $30, women from Camp Lejeune and neighboring installations explore entrepreneurship at the event. The price includes MORE
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Learning Resource Centers have workstations, proctors for Marine Net courses May 01, 2013 — Learning Resource Centers are facilities spread throughout Marine Corps Installations worldwide, seven facilities aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune provide users with the opportunity to learn about subjects important to their professional and personal lives.   Provided through the College of Distance Education and Training, Learning Resource MORE
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Learning Resource Centers have workstations, proctors for Marine Net courses
Stroller Warriors help beginners run 5K April 10, 2013 — The Stroller Warriors of Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune can be seen running and walking throughout the base’s exercise paths many times a week. They are, primarily military spouses, can be seen pushing babies and toddlers in strollers or accompanied by children pedaling bikes. Atlantic Marine Corps Communities has recently partnered with Stroller MORE
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Record numbers for Devil Dog Extreme Endurance Challenge 10K March 11, 2013 — More than 400 adventure seekers trudged through waist-deep mud, scaled cargo nets and climbed over large walls as they journeyed through Marine Corps Community Services’ Extreme Endurance Challenge 10K at Camp Devil Dog, a satellite installation aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune Feb. 9.   “There was record participation (compared to previous MORE
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‘A day on, not a day off,’ MLK day an opportunity to serve community January 16, 2013 — Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day is approaching, and with the holiday comes the opportunity to recognize the contributions of a notable figure in American history while taking time off to serve the community.   Since 1994 Dr. Martin Luther King Day, Jan. 21, has been hailed as a day of service, but King’s care for serving one’s community and MORE
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