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Water rescue team ready for anything April 29, 2005 — Hidden behind French Creek, the Camp Lejeune Fire Department’s Dive and Rescue team prepared to make their training dives for the day. As the sun set behind the tree line and the water began to crest as the wind picked up, the dive team dutifully donned their wetsuits and began the pre-dive safety checklist they perform before every dive.   “It’s MORE
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Chaplain enjoys opportunity to make a difference April 21, 2005 — A joyful chaplain greets his congregation bringing a message of hope and inspiration during a rejuvenating service held every Sunday at the Station Chapel here.   Lt. Cmdr. James H. Pittman is not only a cheerful chaplain, but a counselor and a musician who has a passion for ministering to military personnel.   “I’ve always had a love for MORE
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Exercise prepares bases for terrorism attacks April 11, 2005 — As part of a Department of Defense initiative to increase readiness for terrorist attacks on military and civilian targets, Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune and New River air station took part in the North Carolina Regional Exercise 2005 April 9.   The exercise, which was divided into two different scenarios, tested the base’s emergency and MORE
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Helping injured Marines get back into the fight April 11, 2005 — With more than 40,000 Marines working and training here, mishaps and accidents are bound to happen. Most major training exercises have corpsman nearby for the immediate treatment of an injury, but many times training injuries require more than a bandage or an ice pack. For all Marines and Sailors who require rehabilitation after an injury, Camp MORE
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13th Annual Marine South Military Exposition hits Lejeune April 07, 2005 — MARINE CORPS BASE CAMP LEJEUNE, N.C. – MARINE CORPS BASE CAMP LEJEUNE, N.C. – The 13th annual Marine South Military Exposition was held at Marston Pavilion April 6 and 7 to exhibit and promote newly improved and upcoming inventions, with hopes to aid in future Marine Corps operations.   The event kicked off with a Grand Opening ceremony April 6, MORE
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A coalition of ideas April 07, 2005 — With a backdrop of Marines practicing patrolling and defensive actions, six Afghan officers looked on with appreciation of what the young Marines were going through. The six men, wearing green berets and speaking through an interpreter, were listening to Capt. Anthony Johnston, A Company commanding officer, explain the basics of squad attacks and MORE
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Eagle continues to fly high April 05, 2005 — The newly integrated anti-terrorism initiative program derived from the Department of Defense and Headquarters Marine Corps is continuing to find its affects on military installations around the country.   The program entitled, Operation: Eagle Eyes, aims to prevent terrorism by encouraging and enabling service members, DoD employees and citizens MORE
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