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A ship shape salty tub April 25, 2007 — Camp Lejeune is home to many historical Marine Corps monuments and the base itself is a part of history but there is a piece of Naval history floating at one of its many bays. Anchored at Mile Hammocks Bay is one of the last remaining Landing Ship Mediums in the world. The LSM-45 was donated to the former Marine Corps Museum of the Carolinas now MORE
Marines hit their mark at Marine Corps Rifle and Pistol Competition April 25, 2007 — Marine Corps shooters from all over the world have met at Stone Bay here to face off to see who can put more lead on target at the Marine Corps Rifle and Pistol Match Championships April 23-25. Fourty-nine competitors from Okinawa, Hawaii, Camp Pendleton and here gathered for the championship and put their skills to the test as they competed with MORE
Sgt. Maj. Estrada says farewell to Carolina MAGTF April 17, 2007 — Sgt. Maj. John L. Estrada, the sergeant major of the Marine Corps, made his last official visit to Camp Lejeune in the capacity of sergeant major of the Marine Corps here April 17. “Thank you for the magnificent job you have done for the Marine Corps,” said Estrada. “As I look back on my career it was a very rewarding professionally and personally MORE
Camp Lejeune and New River to improve CBRN Response Capabilities April 15, 2007 — Camp Lejeune and Marine Corps Air Station New River will be getting an increase in security and response measures to combat chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear threats. The Installation Protection Program Lite was a program created to evaluate installations’ ability to combat these threats and give them both equipment and training to MORE
IPAC student gets perfect grade April 05, 2007 — Since the beginning of the Personnel Administration School at Camp Johnson, there has not been one student to get a perfect 100 percent in the Intermediate Personnel Administration Course until now. Cpl. Michael L. Davis, the orders noncommissioned officer in charge with Headquarters Battalion, Headquarters Marine Corps at Henderson Hall, MORE
Mobile urban training facility unveiled April 03, 2007 — Marines now have another training tool to prepare for their deployments to Iraq. The Marine Corps’ first Mobile military operations in urban terrain training facility was officially unveiled here April 3 and will be open for training in May. The facility is named Nisr min Al-Bahar or “Eagles from the Sea” in English. “This will be the premiere MORE