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Hejlik: 'We were bloodied there but we never bowed' October 23, 2010 — In commemoration of the Marines, sailors and soldiers who lost their lives at the 1983 Beirut barracks bombing, the 24th annual Beirut Memorial Observance Ceremony was held in the Lejeune Memorial Gardens at the Beirut Memorial, Jacksonville, N.C., Oct. 23.The 24th Marine Amphibious Unit, based out of Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, received orders MORE
Aggressive driving campaign continues October 22, 2010 — It has been approximately two months since the aggressive driving campaign started, and the Provost Marshal’s Office aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune is stating that goals of the campaign are slowly coming to fruition.The campaign is aimed to battling drunk driving, speeding, using a mobile device with no hands-free equipment and driving MORE
NASCAR driver “Smoke” visits wounded warriors October 21, 2010 — NASCAR driver Tony Stewart paid a visit to wounded Marines and sailors of Wounded Warrior Battalion - East while visiting Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Oct. 21.The visit was part of the customer appreciation day at the Lejeune ServMart, during which Stewart took time to say thank you and talk to the wounded warriors."It's very humbling for me to MORE
First Tee teaches manners, etiquette of golf October 20, 2010 — Children of Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune services members are getting a head start in the game of golf, etiquette and life.Approximately 20 children participated in a weekly round of golf offered by First Tee, an organization with a mission to impact the lives of young people by providing golfing experience and educational programs that promote MORE a hit with Lejeune community October 19, 2010 — A new website is taking the world by storm.Military dependents in grades kindergarten through 12th grade and service members enrolled in community colleges are logging onto to get some extra help from professional tutors so they can excel in their studies.“This is a worldwide program, and tutors are available 24 hours a day,” said Julie MORE
Culinary Team of the Quarter competitions come to a tasty end October 19, 2010 — The fourth and final quarter Culinary Team of the Quarter Competition came to an appetizing conclusion at Mess Hall 211 aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Oct. 19. Traditionally, four teams of ‘victuals veterans’ go head-to-head in a themed cook-off to determine the best civilian or Marine Corps run mess hall for the quarter. “One of the hopes MORE
Lejeune focuses on energy awareness in October October 18, 2010 — Nearly every home, business or school around the world requires some sort of energy to function, but not everyone makes the best decisions on how to use the energy appropriately. Energy conservation is achieved through efficient energy use, in which energy is decreased while achieving a similar outcome, or by reduced consumption of energy MORE
After more than six decades, CISM stands strong October 18, 2010 — This year marked the launch of the 53rd World Military Boxing Championship hosted by the Conseil International du Sport Militaire, (International Military Sports Council), aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune; another year added on to the rich, hearty history that gives testimony to the CISM’s motto, “Friendship through sport.”“The CISM was MORE
Biofuels support community, could create new jobs October 18, 2010 — With the prices of fossil fuels increasing and the carbon footprints being left due to carbon dioxide emissions, biofuels are beginning to gain more popularity around the globe.                                                                             Biofuels, as defined by the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, are fuels composed of or produced from MORE
Sgt. Hubbert awarded for actions, valor in combat October 18, 2010 —  “The area was supposed to be that bad,” said Sgt. Daniel Hubbert, a combat instructor for Company D, Infantry Training Battalion, School of Infantry-East. “We knew there would be (improvised explosive devices) planted. So we were just trying to figure out how to combat them.”What Hubbert didn’t expect was that his leadership skills, initiative and MORE

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