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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
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
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 not MORE
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 evaluates MORE
NCOs sharpen steel at corporal’s course June 29, 2006 — The commandant of the Marine Corps has stressed the importance of improving the leadership and skills of noncommissioned officers so they can take charge in a variety of stressful situations. Headquarters and Support Battalion, Marine Corps Base, is doing its part to train NCOs to become the leaders of tomorrow by sending their Marines through the MORE
Wounded Warriors supporters break ground for donated grill June 27, 2006 — Lt. Gen James F. Amos, commanding general II Marine Expeditionary Force, Maj. Gen. Robert C. Dickerson, commanding general Marine Corps Installations East, Col. Adele E. Hodges, Camp Lejeune base command, Lt. Col. Maxwell, commanding officer in charge of the Wounded Warriors Support Section, retired military and corporate representatives each MORE
Camp Johnson first Marine dodge ball tournament June 26, 2006 — With a loud pre-match cheer of “1-2-3, EMBARK” the Average Embarkers defeated the Private First Class Gangsters in the final round of the first Camp Johnson dodge ball tournament June 24 at the Camp Johnson Recreational Center gym. The bracket style tournament was a Single Marine Program sponsored event involving nine teams of seven players MORE
Marines enjoy Great American Backyard Campout June 24, 2006 — Several single Marines and Marine families got a chance to get outdoors, connect with nature and have some well-deserved fun during the  Great American Backyard Campout at the Brewster Recreation Area June 24-25. The campout is a national event that is meant to encourage people to get outdoors even if it is just in their backyard, according to MORE
Camp Johnson rededicated in honor of pioneers June 23, 2006 — The Montfort Point Marine Association and Montfort Point Marine Women’s Auxiliary Association conducted the 64th Camp Johnson Rededication Wreath Laying ceremony here June 23. The associations gather every year in June to honor the 2,000 African American Marines who overcame adversity and fought for the right to fight for their country, according MORE
Learn how to prevent cooking fires like a head chef June 22, 2006 — Cooking is the leading cause of home fires and fire injuries in the United States, but there are a few simple steps that will help prevent these dangerous fires to keep everyone safe. “In 2002 alone, cooking-related fires caused an estimated 185,600 structure fires, 80 civilians deaths, 3,875 injuries and $481 million in property damage in the MORE

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