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Real Wrestling comes to Camp Lejeune February 1, 2006 — Powerbombs, drop kicks and suplexes. When “The Rock” is laying the smackdown on a jabroni in the ring, these are just a few of the moves he unleashes on his opponent. Although this type of grappling is commonly referred to as wrestling, it is nothing more than sports entertainment. Real wrestling involves single-leg takedowns, ankle picks and MORE
Female colonel becomes first base commander for Camp Lejeune January 23, 2006 — Colonel Adele E. Hodges will become the first female colonel to command Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune Jan. 23, replacing Maj. Gen. Robert C. Dickerson who was appointed the commander of Marine Corps Installations-East. “I am very excited,” said Hodges. “It’s a large base and a large facility, and I am excited to be the first colonel assigned to MORE
A one-stop, online shop for stress guidance January 18, 2006 — Stress is something almost every person on the face of this planet has to deal with on a regular basis - Marines are no exception. With the ongoing deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan in support of the Global War on Terrorism, Marines have already begun returning to Camp Lejeune with symptoms of Combat and Operational Stress. But combat stress MORE
Cell phone use prohibited without hands-free device January 18, 2006 — Cellular phones are rapidly becoming as commonplace today as regular home phones once were. But, even though cell phones make communication much more convenient, talking on them while driving can turn deadly. An estimated 25 percent of all police-reported traffic crashes in the United States are caused by driver distraction, according to the MORE
Interrogator’s American Flag returns to them from Vietnam January 12, 2006 — A retired Army chief warrant officer presented the Marine Corps Interrogator Translators Teams Association with an American Flag at the Beirut Memorial here Jan. 12. Army Chief Warrant Officer Ash Tayler found the flag in the 11th Interrogators headquarters in Da Nang when the city was turned over to the Army during the Vietnam War. The mission of MORE
Spouse trades in Jet Ski to get gift for Husband January 11, 2006 — A retired Marine’s spouse received one of three Kawasaki 900 STX jet skis and trailers valued at $7,500 in the Miller Brewing Company Summer of Taste promotion and the Marine Corps Community Services Designated Driver program sweepstakes. “I went into the Wine and etc store by the exchange and saw the entry box and just signed up,” said Janet MORE

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