Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune

 

Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune

"Home of Expeditionary Forces in Readiness"

Camp Lejeune News
1 2
ETEAM strives to put Marines through college June 30, 2010 — Marines who are reaching the end of their enlistment and want to further their academic career can use the Elite to Elite Academic Mission to find a college if they meet certain requirements.The Elite to Elite Academic Mission, better known as the ETEAM, ensures that qualified Marines will not need to compete with the mass of applicants for a spot MORE
Hunter Safety Class offered by the Lejeune Rod and Gun Club June 30, 2010 — The Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune Rod and Gun Club is slated to offer a two-day Hunter Safety Class July 10-11, Aug. 14-15 and Sept 11-12.The course is taught by certified North Carolina Wildlife Commission instructors and is a requirement for anyone who wants to get a hunting license. The course is offered only three times a year by the Rod and MORE
Military tattoo show to hit Jacksonville June 30, 2010 — If there’s one thing that’s as popular as physical training among Marines, it’s tattoos. As one of the most permanent forms of expression, tattoos found on Marines have ranged anywhere from tribal sleeves to dogtags to the eagle, globe and anchor symbol. Wherever there is a Marine Corps installation, there are bound to be tattoo parlors right MORE
All-Marine Skeet Team sets sights on the future June 30, 2010 — Following their recent win at the 2010 Armed Forces Skeet Championship in San Antonio, May 10 through 14, the All-Marine Skeet Team is now training up for the 2010 World Skeet Shooting Championships scheduled for October, representing the Marine Corps to the eyes of the world.However, the All-Marine Skeet Team isn’t a self-sufficient military MORE
ETEAM strives to put Marines through college June 30, 2010 — Marines who are reaching the end of their enlistment and want to further their academic career can use the Elite to Elite Academic Mission to find a college if they meet certain requirements.The Elite to Elite Academic Mission, better known as the ETEAM, ensures that qualified Marines will not need to compete with the mass of applicants for a spot MORE
MCB Camp Lejeune welcomes Col. Lecce June 25, 2010 — Thunderstorms sent service members, families and Department of Defense civilians sprinting for shelter just moments before Col. Richard P. Flatau Jr., relinquished command of Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune to Col. Daniel J. Lecce, June 25.The change-of-command ceremony originally started outside at W.P.T. Hill Field aboard the base until bolts of MORE
Soldiers practice transferring inmates at Camp Lejeune Brig June 16, 2010 — The sound of metal slamming into metal jumped the soldiers into action as they rushed through the steel doors to subdue an inmate trying to escape from his cell.         Soldiers of the 308th Military Police Company Internment/Resettlement, United States Army Reserve, came to Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune as part of a training work-up, June 16, MORE
Do you know the rules of the road? June 15, 2010 — Feet stomp the ground like thunderclaps as a blur of green runs by an American flag.  Nearby, a staff noncommissioned officer calls out times as Marines finish running their physical fitness test. Off in the distance, a deep voice sings a cadence count as he leads his squad in calisthenics.  These are the sights and sounds of weekday morning MORE
Q & A: Col. Richard P. Flatau reflects on time at Camp Lejeune, in Marine Corps June 11, 2010 — Before Col. Richard P. Flatau Jr., commanding officer of Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, relinquishes command of the base to Col. Daniel J. Lecce and prepares to retire from the Marine Corps, he reflects on his time at Camp Lejeune, his service in the Marine Corps and tells us what is in store for the future.Q:  What developments have taken place MORE
The Eagle Eyes of Onslow Beach June 10, 2010 — Summer has arrived in North Carolina.  With the sun shining, ocean waves crashing and seashells scattering the shoreline, service members, families and Department of Defense civilians aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune are spending their days basking in the beauty of Onslow Beach.Within this perfect picture of serenity are also bright splashes MORE

1 2