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Active, retired Marines sought for Onslow County Marine Corps League pistol team January 13, 2011 — The lineage of the U.S. Marine Corps is one that runs thick and deep, spanning across more than two centuries and generations of men and women throughout the world. It's a bloodline of pride and tradition that sticks with a Marine long after retirement from the Corps, and it is this lifelong ethos that gives life to the phrase, 'once a Marine, MORE
Chaplain donates 2/8 hand-made memorial to Museum of the Marine Corps January 13, 2011 — MARINE CORPS BASE CAMP LEJEUNE, N.C. – “All of them.” What had first started off as a single radio message to higher headquarters became the focus point for 2nd Battalion, 8th Marine Regiment’s Chaplain as he tried to the best of his ability to recreate what Company E had been through on their last deployment.“The area is called Mian Poshteh, and MORE
Boats at Horne Road in Courthouse Bay must be moved January 13, 2011 — Courthouse Bay is no longer allowing boaters to park their boats in the parking lot adjacent to the gas station off of Horne Road.“In 2008 numerous complaints and issues with parking boats and trailers in barracks parking lots and in front of base housing units while boating caused concern for the area commander,” said Jim Barton, director of MORE
Tax center offers free services to service members, dependents, retirees January 13, 2011 — With tax season just around the corner, people are rushing to get their W-2’s and paperwork in order in the hopes of beating the rush to the many tax preparation centers around town. Once they arrive, many discover that prices to get simple taxes done can cost from $50 to $200. However, for service members, dependents and retirees, the base tax MORE
Freezin' for a Reason: Polar Plunge raises money for Special Olympics January 8, 2011 — In January, most Saturday to-do lists don’t include jumping into the ocean.Of course, the annual Polar Plunge isn’t an average fundraiser.More than 300 people charged into the waters at Onslow Beach to raise $16,000, and counting, for the Onslow County Special Olympics.Dawn McCullen, local coordinator, has been working with her team since July to MORE
Flu vaccinations more critical than ever January 7, 2011 — Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune has been informing and educating the civilian populace of Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune about the influenza vaccinations for the past few months. However, with the flu season in full swing, the hospital’s satellite departments are seeing fewer people to vaccinate than hoped.Now, the need to vaccinate oneself and family MORE
New HazMat re-issue facility saves service members time, money January 7, 2011 — Beginning Jan. 18, units aboard the Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune will be able to visit the new Hazardous Material Re-Issue Facility, co-located with Serv-Mart in Building 1606, to pick up various paints, adhesives and batteries that they would otherwise have to purchase.“If we have what (units) need, we issue the material for free, saving the MORE
Applewhite receives Lester Ford Veterans Spirit Award January 5, 2011 — Raymond Applewhite, the public affairs chief for Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune, was lauded with the Lester Ford Veterans Spirit Award for 2010 during a ceremony at the Naval Hospital, Dec. 14 for his “continuing efforts to assist active-duty service members and retirees from all branches of the service.”Applewhite was hand-picked out of hundreds of MORE

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