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Mother awarded the Honor and Remember flag November 9, 2010 — Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune was recently host to an Honor and Remember ceremony in front of Building 1. The Honor and Remember organization has been traveling throughout the United States promoting their organization as well as recognizing service members for their sacrifice.Gunnery Sgt. Darrell Boatman was assigned to 8th Engineer Support MORE
Fisher House family tells their story November 8, 2010 — A little girl, dolled up in pink, ran up and down the hallways, smiling and giggling to herself as she greeted everyone she met. In the dining area, her mother sat, watching her with a vigilant eye and a smile. "She wouldn't be able to enjoy herself like this if we were cooped up in a hotel room."The mother-daughter duo are at the newly constructed MORE
Battleship USS North Carolina hosts half marathon, 5K run November 7, 2010 — Freezing cold temperatures did not stop more than 2,000 people from traveling all over the nation to participate in the Carolina Sports Medicine’s 12th annual Battleship Half Marathon and Bay Six Battleship 5K race in Wilmington, N.C., Nov. 7.  Active-duty service members, retired military personnel, Department of Defense civilians, high school MORE
Runners participate in race to honor USMC birthday, Veterans Day November 4, 2010 — Overcast skies and cool temperatures didn’t stop service members, Department of Defense employees and retired military personnel from participating in the Marine Corps Community Services’ 5K Liberty Fun Run aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Nov. 4.The run was held in honor of the Marine Corps birthday and Veterans Day, which are celebrated MORE
Good things going on at Lejeune High November 4, 2010 — The Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune community has been working alongside Lejeune High School to ensure its young men and women are ‘good to go’ when it comes to education. In return, LHS has been using the support of the base and its families to provide the best education and athletic opportunities possible.Recent years at LHS are evidence that the MORE
Service members breathe life into base lacrosse team November 4, 2010 — It once played a significant role in Native American culture, and today lacrosse is known as one of the fastest growing sports in the world. In many tribes and societies hundreds of years ago, the sport was played to resolve conflicts, heal the sick and train warriors for battle.The equipment and game regulations may have changed from crude curved MORE
Polar Plunge Freezin’ for a reason November 2, 2010 — Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune will once again host the annual Polar Plunge at Onslow Beach, January 2011.The Polar Plunge will serve as a fundraising event to support the Special Olympics Onslow County athletes for the coming year.The Polar Plunge is an annual event in which service members and civilians get together for a good cause. The motto MORE
Military children, parents rock out to Kindermusik October 28, 2010 — Military dependents and their parents rocked out to the beat of drums, maracas and children’s songs during a Kindermusik class at Tarawa Terrace Community Center in the Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune housing area, Oct. 28.“Kindermusik is a music and movement program that focuses on social, emotional, language, physical – both fine-motor and MORE
Information Assurance aboard Camp Lejeune October 27, 2010 — With today’s increasing usage of social media websites and advanced e-mail capabilities, Internet users all over the world now have easier access to security plans, personal information and explicit images.In the military world, a security breach could mean the difference between life and death, and Department of Defense personnel who leak this MORE
MCA looks back at Beirut October 27, 2010 — The Marine Corps Association held a luncheon at Marston Pavilion aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Oct. 27.The luncheon was a time for both retired and active-duty service members to share war stories, pass on knowledge and talk about the different tools Marines use now.The event started with a social hour for service members to introduce MORE

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