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MP’s love their motorhomes, for good reason May 02, 2009 — Camp Lejeune has recently experienced high priority events to include President Obama’s visit, and most recently, operation “Urgent Response,” which tested Camp Lejeune’s preparedness during terrorist and emergency situations. Constant communication and situational awareness is key when avoiding the brink of chaos and Marines of Military Police MORE
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090430-M-3189M-JIUJITSU April 27, 2009 — The Marines of Marine Corps Martial Arts Instructor Course on Camp Geiger, Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, welcomed Christian Uflacker, world-renowned Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu fighter, for a little rough and tumble training, April 24.  The Marine Corps Martial Arts Program is the Corps’ defensive close quarters combat system, combining traditional and MORE
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Base commander's Earth friendly ride April 17, 2009 — Americans use almost 20.1 million barrels of oil per day. With that in mind, our country is looking for alternate fuels to reduce the U.S. dependence on foreign oil.  People around base might notice a slightly different looking vehicle with its “85” lettering on the sides.   The vehicle is a 2008 E85 flex-fueled Ford Escape Hybrid belonging to MORE
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Paws 4 Vets plays part in recovery April 03, 2009 — A 5k fundraising run is slated to be held April 19th in Wilmington to raise money for the Paws4Vets program, which is slated to help place assistance dogs with wounded service members. The event, which is scheduled to be held at Hugh MacRae Park at 10 a.m., is being hosted by Paws4people and Paws4Vets programs and in part by the University of North MORE
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Devil Dogs and Turtles get cleaner beach March 28, 2009 —   “I love it, it’s pretty rewarding because I’m helping people and get to enjoy the pleasure of giving Marines  the chance to enjoy the most beautiful beach on the east,” said Chris Foley, the assistant manager of Onslow  Beach.   Eighty-four individuals took part in the fourth annual Onslow-Beach Sweep March 28 to beautify the shoreline and make MORE
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Hushpuppies, pulled pork stop crime March 27, 2009 — “Anytime you got rain, people don’t like to come out,” said Bob Bright, over the sound of droplets impacting white plastic tarps covering steaming plates of pulled pork.  “We have been very successful today, even with the rain.  I think it’s because this community is a very proactive circle, trying to keep crime down.”   Bright is the vice chairman MORE
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Spouses win lottery with Campbell University March 06, 2009 — Campbell University awarded 64 partial scholarships to their military spouse students in an appreciation luncheon ceremony at the ball center here March 6.  Col. Richard P. Flatau Jr., the commanding officer of Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Dr. Jerry Wallace, the president of Campbell University and Dr. Lee Milliner, the director of Campbell MORE
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