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Base libraries offer three free music downloads per week November 17, 2011 — What is the price of music? That depends. On average, a person can spend approximately $15 on an album or somewhere around 99 cents if they're downloading individual songs online, depending on how new or popular that particular song is.If a person were to buy just one album a month, they could be spending more than $180 a year and with the MORE
Service members help build oyster reef November 17, 2011 — Service members from II Marine Expeditionary Force Headquarters Group aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune were able to spend the morning of Nov. 17 helping the local ecology.Through the North Carolina Coastal Federation, a nonprofit organization that protects and restores the coast of North Carolina through education, advocacy and habitat MORE
Purple Heart Homes cater lunch, gifts to WWBn-East November 16, 2011 — In a recent edition of Time magazine, Joe Kline’s story made the cover as he told of young veterans seeking and making opportunities for themselves after departing active duty. He dubbed them the “new greatest generation,” having dutifully served their country and later joining the ranks of America’s businessmen and women.“I feel the Marines here MORE
Operation Noble Heart links volunteers to organizations November 15, 2011 — "The community gives so much to Marines and sailors. It's important to give back," said Susan Goodrich, the branch head of the Single Marine Program, Marine Corps Community Services, Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune.Service members and ,family aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune have been given a channel to pursue volunteer opportunities to help MORE
eMarine allows cyber security in Marine Corps social network November 15, 2011 — In a recent initiative by Headquarters Marine Corps, units that utilize Internet websites such as Facebook and LinkedIn have migrated over to a more secure, comprehensive networking outlet specifically for the Marine Corps.Per Marine Corps Administrative Message 499/11, units and individual Marines and their families are to employ the use of MORE
Smiles Over Miles, USO help military families stay in touch with service members November 14, 2011 — Sometimes, a letter or an e-mail just isn't enough when it comes to having a loved one deployed. Luckily, families of deployed service members have another option.Hunter is in kindergarten and just learned and just learned to read his first book. As he read each word aloud, he looked up and waved at the the video camera in front of him.Although his MORE
NMCRS offers well-baby checks November 14, 2011 — The Navy Marine Corps Relief Society is committed to ensuring that all available resources are used to assist personnel of the naval services – active, retired, and their eligible family members – to achieve financial self sufficiency and find solutions to emergency needs. Every first Tuesday of the month, NMCRS does just that by providing MORE
One Marine's lifelong run November 13, 2011 — "It hurts to a point, and then it doesn't hurt anymore." This quote by Ann Trason, an ultra marathon runner, is posted among a myriad of other quotes from running enthusiasts on Cpl. Christine Kunish's desk. The messages served as constant challenges, reminding her of her goal as she prepared for the Marine Corps Marathon in Washington, D.C., MORE
Camp Lejeune welcomes new citizens November 10, 2011 — Service members pledge to support and defend the constitution when they enlist or reenlist into military service. Some, however, do this for a country they are not yet citizens of, but many of them were recently afforded an opportunity to swear another oath with a similar message. More than 40 Marines, sailors and family members from Marine Corps MORE
Wreath laid for third sergeant major of the Marine Corps on Corps’ birthday November 10, 2011 — On cue, the bugler drew a heavy breath, and with the morning light dancing off the contours of his instrument, released the slow, somber notes of taps. For one member in particular, the notes created a deep tribulation as she batted away the welling tears. However, her waves of emotion are not in remembrance of a lost husband or fallen son, but for MORE

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