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Lejeune updates dental equipment for 21'st century November 25, 2006 — With more than 50,000 service members and family aboard or around Camp Lejeune receiving medical care the evolution of that care is critical to keep up with a growing population, larger operational tempo and a longer living civilization. Ten Camp Lejeune dental clinics have upgraded their X-Ray imaging equipment from film to a complete digital MORE
Canada invades Camp Lejeune November 17, 2006 — Nearly 300 Canadian military personnel conducted the culminating exercise of the Integrated Tactical Effects Experiment here Nov. 17-20.  The experiment under the mentorship of the Marine Corps and Navy provided an opportunity for the Canadian forces to better understand what it will take to build an integrated, high-readiness, seaborne and MORE
November mark's Native American Indian Heritage Month November 6, 2006 — American Indians and Alaskan Natives have served with distinction in this country's military for more than 200 years. This year, November will mark Camp Lejeune’s observance of National Native American Indian Heritage Month, and the theme for this year's observance is "A Warrior's Tradition:  Contributing to Our Nation's Freedom". “We are MORE
Wall climbing and stress relief November 6, 2006 — The relationship between managing stress and scaling a difficult rock wall creates a parallel in that they both hold your life in the balance. SemperFit’s new class “Stress Management and Wall Climbing” in the Courthouse Bay Fitness Center, uses wall climbing and a stress management class to help find outlets for the stresses of everyday life. MORE
Going to the beach? Bring a bag to carry the Ice Age mammal fossils November 2, 2006 — Fifty years ago, Rita McCabe didn’t even know what a sand-dollar looked like. Today, the Jacksonville resident is the owner of a considerable fossil collection which includes mastodon teeth, mammoth molars, whale vertebrae and shark’s teeth of every imaginable size. And the majority of her collection comes right from the shores of Camp Lejeune’s MORE
Friends, family, survivors attend Beirut Memorial October 24, 2006 — “Most of these men were from Camp Lejeune and were the friends and neighbors of the citizens of Jacksonville and Onslow County. We would like to thank you for attending this our 23rd annual observance to remember and honor those American service men who lost their lives in the cause of peace,” said Abe Rosen of the Beirut Memorial Advisory Board. MORE
Poets attend reading at base library October 24, 2006 — As the sun goes down behind the horizon, a small group of people met for their monthly meeting Oct. 24 at the Harriotte B. Smith Library here to share their poetic works. The library holds a monthly Open Mike Poetry Night for service members and civilians alike to share their work with each other. Poets write their name on a slip of paper if they MORE
Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society recognizes volunteers October 23, 2006 — Giving one’s time to volunteer in society has helped countless people over the span of our civilization and these acts of selflessness should be recognized and praised. Six volunteers from the Camp Lejeune Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society were given pins showing how many hours each volunteer had accumulated during a ceremony Oct.18 at the Paradise MORE
American Red Cross bridges gap from family to front lines October 18, 2006 — Information is vital to any combat operation, whether it’s ‘where’s the enemy?’ to ‘where’s lunch?’ But when it comes to information from home, the American Red Cross takes over. From July 1 to Oct. 11, Camp Lejeune’s American Red Cross Armed Forces Emergency Services Unit communicated 1,070 emergency messages to service members worldwide. “We are MORE
Marines help make a local school a little greener October 17, 2006 — Twenty-one Marines with Headquarters and Support Battalion, Marine Corps Base, volunteered to help the Montessori Children’s School revitalize their landscape here Oct. 17. This is the start of what will be a continuing relationship with the school because the battalion has volunteered to adopt the school, according to Capt. James M. Bechtel, the MORE

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