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Camp Lejeune News
Alcohol Abuse 101 lays out drinking facts February 24, 2011 — Before any 96-or 72-hour leave period, Marines are usually gathered up and given their safety brief. They are usually told: don’t drink and drive, don’t drink if you’re underage, always have a buddy and don’t do anything that would embarrass the Marine Corps.On many occasions however, Marines, many of which have received the speech more than they MORE
No jerks allowed February 24, 2011 — Is love truly blind? How do people find themselves in relationships that started with what felt like the love of their lives, but now feel stuck with regret?Premarital relationships that might have been entirely based on aspects such as physical appearance or sex may be the same reasons why partners split.Service members attended the “How to Avoid MORE
Couples play a game, learn how well they know one another at TTCC February 24, 2011 — With love still fresh in the air, lit candles and enough sweets to please Willy Wonka’s tooth, a romantic evening such as this might make Cupid shoot another round of arrows.Couples attended the first “Not-So-Newlywed Game” event hosted by Marine Corps Community Services’ Tarawa Terrace Community Center aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune to MORE
Home buying, selling workshop offer tips for service members, families February 24, 2011 — When it comes to buying or selling a home, there is a long checklist that people go through to ensure that they don’t end up with the short end of the stick.The list of things one should review when buying or selling a home can be overwhelming and important details can be overlooked, which is why researching and taking informative workshops can be MORE
Seminar opens eyes to history of African Americans in uniform February 24, 2011 — The United States of America has had a long and prosperous history since its birth in 1776. Yet, with all the cultural and economic strides this nation has scribed in its history books, a poisonous vein has run through it all: racism.Although Thomas Jefferson wrote in the Declaration of Independence, “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that MORE
NCOA, community caome together to celebrate new 'Mack' McKinney Award recipients February 11, 2011 — The Noncommissioned Officer Association honored Congressman Walter Jones (R-NC), and retired Air Force Staff Sgt. Clifford ‘Scoop’ Davis during the 19th annual “Mack” McKinney Awards, held at Sywanyks Scarlet & Gold Traditions in Jacksonville, Feb. 11.The award was named after retired Marine Sgt. Maj. C.A. “Mack” McKinney, who was the NCOA’s first MORE
AMCC project to reduce annual release of 4.9 million pounds of carbon dioxide February 03, 2011 — For years now, the military has been looking for more ways to help combat environmental pollution. Recycling programs are already in effect aboard some military installations, service members and their families are briefed about conserving energy and now, Atlantic Marine Corps Communities has partnered with FLS Energy to help reduce energy MORE
Ribbon-cutting marks Marston re-opening February 03, 2011 — In 1945, Marston Pavilion, one of the base’s multiple event facilities, was constructed and opened to a wide variety of occasions for many years to follow. However, with the multitude of subsequent wars and base expansions, funding for the upkeep and maintenance for the pavilion was lacking. A gradual degradation of quality and use for the facility MORE
AMCC announces Facebook competition to benefit local non-profit organizations February 03, 2011 — Atlantic Marine Corps Communities is a 50-year partnership between the Department of the Navy and Actus Lend Lease through the Military Privatization Act. It has helped develop, build, renovate, finance and manage more than 8,000 homes for Marine Corps installations on the East Coast, as well as in New York and Massachusetts. AMCC additionally MORE
State of the Community breakfast hosts local leaders February 03, 2011 — Leaders representing the local military as well as civilian institutions throughout Onslow County gathered for a region-sized pow-wow at the 16th Annual State of the Community Breakfast, held at the Officers’ Club aboard Marine Corps Air Station New River, Feb. 3.The growth plans of Jacksonville, MCAS New River and Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, MORE