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Tips and tricks for TMO July 31, 2006 — Moving from one place to another every few years is uncommon for civilians, but for a Marine, it is just another part of duty.   The Traffic Management Office wants to offer these ‘tips and tricks’ for government moving from.   “Thinking mobile and knowing that your surroundings change often will help with constant transitions,” said Donna N. MORE
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Marine parents take over SOI July 31, 2006 — Many civilians have no idea of the hardships faced by Marines during their recruit and basic infantry training, but now, some do.   Parents and family members who are a part of Marine Parents United in Raleigh, NC came to the School of Infantry East here to receive a glimpse of the training their Marines go through.  On the hot summer afternoon of MORE
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ITB trains for the sandbox July 25, 2006 — Recruiters get them in the door, drill instructors in recruit training mold them into basic Marines and infantry combat instructors transform them into warriors ready for combat.   During a 52-day cycle, the Infantry Training Battalion at Camp Geiger here is completing their mission to train the next generation of infantry Marines for the MORE
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Keeping safe in the sun July 24, 2006 — The Onslow Beach Sand Jam is coming to Camp Lejeune Aug. 5 and it’s important Marines remember that safety is paramount on the beach.   The largest problem that the beach detachment, Headquarters and Support Battalion, Marine Corps Base, is experiencing is the consumption of alcoholic beverages followed by patrons entering the water, said Sgt. Roy MORE
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Suicide awareness and the Marine Corp July 18, 2006 — claiming more that 30,000 lives a year, the leading cause of death for all Americans and the second leading cause of death in the Marine Corps and the Navy, is neither a virus or a drug, its suicide.   The Marine Corps offers a variety of methods to receive help but prevention begins with Marines watching out for Marines using AIDLIFE.  Ask and do MORE
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Camp Johnson stockpiles awards July 18, 2006 — Staff Sgt. Gabriel Martinez, a basic distribution management instructor at Marine Corps Combat Service Support School on Camp Johnson and Alfred Ferrell, phase manager and lead civilian of the Maintenance Instruction Section, on Camp Johnson, will be named Marine and civilian Logisticians of the Year at an award ceremony scheduled for August 17. MORE
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HQ Bn. Marines learn combat lifesaving skills July 18, 2006 — For every squad of Marines on patrol, one Navy corpsman is attached to provide medical assistance. If 12 Marines exit the wire, it's his job to ensure that they all come back. But what happens when the caregiver becomes the victim?    If your corpsman was seriously injured, incapacitated and in need of immediate medical attention, would you know MORE
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Free personal fitness training July 11, 2006 — New running shoes $55,  New tracksuit $65  Not paying for a personal training: priceless.   French Creek and Tarawa Terrace Fitness Centers are offering free personal training to active duty servicemembers as part of Semper Fit’s sports recreation and fitness program.  The program begins with a computerized physical fitness assessment, which MORE
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