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Camp Lejeune News
Wildlife technicians help ensure a healthy forest March 27, 2006 — A small group of people help protect the wildlife, training areas and the base. They do this with one of the first and oldest tools still used today – fire.   The Forestry Section of the Marine Corps Base Environmental Management Branch conduct prescribed burning throughout the training area to cut back on vegetation, which can cause fire hazards MORE
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Marines host Armed Forces Wrestling Championship, claim silver March 24, 2006 — Wrestlers from the U.S. Army team overcame the Marine Corps’ home field advantage aboard Camp Lejeune to win both the Greco-Roman and freestyle disciplines in the 2006 Armed Forces Wrestling Championship.   Army won its fifth-straight Armed Forces wrestling title by holding off a hard-charging Marine Corps squad that was anxious to put forth a MORE
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Continuing the field day tradition March 22, 2006 — Since its inception more than 230 years ago, the Marine Corps has prided itself on a rich heritage of customs and traditions. During a birthday ball, it’s customary for the oldest Marine present to receive the first piece of cake and pass it on to the youngest Marine present, signifying the transfer of experience and knowledge from the old to the MORE
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HEROZ: Camp Lejeune's first all ranks facility in years March 22, 2006 — Batman, Superman and Spider-Man; three of the world’s most recognizable superheroes. For years, kids and adults alike have been reading their comic books, watching their cartoons and going to their movies. This nation’s fascination of people with things like the ability to fly, superhuman strength or x-ray vision has drawn millions to this genre. MORE
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Marines learn mind over matter with MCMAP March 12, 2006 — Since its launch in October 2000, the Marine Corps Martial Arts Program has been preparing Marines for unarmed combat in a wartime scenario. The whole purpose of the program is to train Marines how to use the most lethal weapon in their arsenal, the mind. But to become more than just a user, to become a Martial Arts Instructor, Marines will need MORE
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Payday lenders pull out of North Carolina March 03, 2006 — Three more of the payday lenders have signed agreements to stop making illegal loans in North Carolina here March 1.   The agreements mean that payday lending by all major companies here has come to a halt.   “We’ve fought payday lending at every turn and now we’re putting this industry out of business here in North Carolina,” said Attorney MORE
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NMCRS kicks-off annual fund drive March 01, 2006 — Since 1904, the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society has been helping Marines and sailors in their time of need. It is their mission to provide financial, educational and any other assistance warranted to members of the Navy, Marine Corps and eligible family members. But as a non-profit organization, the Society relies financially on charitable MORE
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