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Asian Pacific Heritage Month celebrated at Camp Johnson May 27, 2005 — President George W. Bush recently proclaimed May 2005 as Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, and here at the Camp Johnson Marines are sailors gathered at the gymnasium to celebrate the culture in a very traditional way. Marines and sailors of Islander decent and others conducted an Asian Pacific heritage festival to celebrate their culture. “In MORE
Camp Johnson celebrates American-Pacific Heritage month May 27, 2005 — President George W. Bush recently proclaimed May 2005 as Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, and here at the Camp Johnson Marines are sailors gathered at the gymnasium to celebrate the culture in a very traditional way. Marines and sailors of Islander decent and others conducted an Asian Pacific heritage festival to celebrate their culture. “In MORE
Critical Days of summer training strikes Lejeune May 25, 2005 — Personnel from the Naval Safety Center and Headquarters Marine Corps visited Camp Lejeune May 16 – 20 to give their Critical Days of Summer brief. The Critical Days of Summer presentations, targeted at officers and senior enlisted Marines, provided safety tools proven effective in enabling supervisors to deal with motor vehicle, recreation and MORE
Non-lethal training gives Marines the edge May 23, 2005 — Survival. When war is broken down to its basic elements, survival is the most basic of them all. Stay alive and stay in the fight. Marines are taught survival skills from the day they step on the yellow footprints at recruit training. Whether it’s being mentally strong enough to withstand a drill instructor, being able to place a round accurately MORE
Nurses week celebrates those who provide care May 14, 2005 — In order to honor the contributions Nurses make everyday toward healthcare, hospitals across the country are celebrating National Nurses Week May 6 - 12. Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune held two cake-cutting ceremonies to recognize the hard work and dedication nurses bring their profession. This dedication to their work is what makes nurses one of the MORE
Sports medicine getting Marines back into the fight May 14, 2005 — Everyday Marines injure themselves in a variety of ways, from overexertion during a physical training session to stepping on a curb the wrong way walking into the Marine Corps Exchange. Sometimes, those injuries are severe and require surgery and long stints on light duty. However, sometimes the injury can be handled with a specific and direct MORE
Marine Corps responds to demand for Arabic linguists May 05, 2005 — With continuing operations in Iraq and other Arabic speaking countries of the Middle East, the need for properly trained linguists and translators is greater than ever, which is why Headquarters Marine Corps has approved an Arabic linguist re-enlistment incentive program. “When locals encounter Marines who have taken the time to learn their MORE
Camp Lejeune earns 2 Secretary of the Navy Environmental Awards May 03, 2005 — The Installations and Environment Department’s Environmental Management Division here received two awards at the 2004 Secretary of the Navy Environmental Awards ceremony in Washington D.C May 3, for their success in the categories of Natural Resources Conservation and Installation Restoration. Camp Lejeune has a proud tradition of outstanding MORE
Former soldier pays tribute to military May 02, 2005 — Many military supporters have their own way of showing their appreciation for the dedication service members do for their country. Some by placing supportive bumper stickers on their vehicles and others by holding functions for service members and their families, but Terrence Hill, a retired Army veteran, has his own unique way of paying homage to MORE