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‘Nothing creates a team like competition’ July 29, 2011 — In an effort to build camaraderie, provide friendly competition and strengthen the bond of about 1,700 Marines, sailors and civilians, Headquarters and Support Battalion, Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, hosted it’s second event of the Commander’s Cup Challenge aboard the base, July 29.All companies of the battalion are invited to compete against MORE
Honoring the county’s service men, women, Jacksonville slates construction of new Freedom Fountain July 28, 2011 — As the largest Marine Corps installation on the East Coast, housing such tenant commands as the 2nd Marine Division, II Marine Expeditionary Force and 2nd Marine Logistics Group, Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune has seen a myriad of units constantly rotate in and out due to deployments. As such, the community surrounding the base has been in support MORE
Career Expo offers employment for service members July 28, 2011 — When service members are near the end their military career, finding employment is a common goal for many, and many have no idea where to look. Luckily, there are companies looking for them.More than 500 military patrons consisting of service members, retirees, veterans and military spouses attended the Career Expo hosted by Job Fair Operations MORE
Narowski speaks to Marines, sailors about vehicle safety from wheelchair July 27, 2011 — For a good decade following the latter part of the 70s, the name of Christopher Reeve was of household recognition to both adventurous children and adults alike. Portraying the fictional hero Superman in four feature films, Reeve was the epitome of the indestructible on the silver screen, able to withstand the most heinous physical attacks MORE
Lincoln Military Housing provides junior enlisted with new homes July 27, 2011 — For more than 10 years, Lincoln Military Housing has been working closely with all levels of the armed services to create a new and vastly improved standard of military housing. Since 2001, they have developed or managed more than 31,000 homes.Heroes Village, a new housing development along Brewster Boulevard and the first Lincoln neighborhood MORE
Library hosts sandcastle building completion at Onslow Beach July 26, 2011 — With imaginations inspired by fable stories, Hobbit-sized architects carved and molded beach sand into majestic castles that any king would love to live in. The castles were built so fast it seemed as if their creators possessed magical tools to aid in the construction.  But these were normal kids driven by nothing more but the chance to have MORE
Challenging Children workshop provides assistance to EFMP caregivers July 26, 2011 — During a Challenging Children workshop held at the Russell Marine and Family Services Center aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, parents, educators and social workers joined together to learn to effectively track behavior patterns, July 26.Apple Boyce, a behavior consultant with Priorities Applied Behavior Analysis, focused on how to make data MORE
MCIEAST CG relinquishes command, retires July 22, 2011 — Under a bright yet overcast Carolina sky, ceremonial platoons representing Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Marine Corps Air Station New River and other factions under the Marine Corps Installations East banner gathered for a change of command ceremony which transferred leadership over East Coast Marine bases and stations.Maj. Gen. Carl B. Jensen, MORE
Disabled American Veterans Chapter 16 hosts fundraisers, seeks volunteers July 22, 2011 — End of Active Service, for those who hit the date it is a time to hang up their utilities and prepare for their life in the civilian community. At times, many of these service members leave the military disabled, physically or mentally.The life ahead of them may become hard at times and a shoulder to lean on may be needed. For that, veterans have MORE
Students, families celebrate end of summer school with song and dance July 22, 2011 — Kindergarten through fifth grade children who are enrolled in an area summer enrichment program held for students aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune and Marine Corps Air Station New River hosted their End of the Summer School Celebration at the Tarawa Terrace II Elementary School, July 22.  The program is a summer enrichment program designed to MORE

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