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Budweiser Clydesdales make a splash at Camp Lejeune December 08, 2012 — The Budweiser Clydesdale horses recognizable from the brewing company’s Super Bowl commercials and other promotions visited Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune Dec. 8 as part of an East Coast military installations tour. The horses arrived at the Marine Corps Exchange at approximately 1 p.m. and put on a small show for patrons on hand to watch the MORE
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HQSPTBn Holiday Jubilee provides fun for all ages December 06, 2012 — Headquarters and Support Battalion, Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune held their annual holiday jubilee Dec. 6 aboard MCB Camp Lejeune for a night of holiday festivities for the whole family. The Christmas-decorated Goettge Field House was full of face-painting stations, drawing tables, balloons, food and even Santa Claus made an appearance. Each MORE
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Puppies on Parade in Tarawa Terrace December 04, 2012 — Wet noses, wagging tails and fluffy fur are all welcome to the Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune Veterinary Treatment Facility’s upcoming Holiday Pet Parade, where contests, raffles and much more will be held to benefit retired military working dogs and homeless pets in Onslow County Dec. 8 from noon to 3 p.m. in front of the veterinary clinic in MORE
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Medal of Honor recipients slated to visit Camp Lejeune December 04, 2012 —  The Congressional Medal of Honor is the highest decoration awarded to service members, and it’s not every day people can meet a Medal of Honor recipient. Marines and spouses aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune will have that opportunity Dec. 11.  Retired Maj. Gen. James Livingston and retired Army Maj. Drew Dix are scheduled to visit MCB Camp MORE
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Monthly assistance returning to Midway Park Chapel December 03, 2012 — Millions of children worldwide often go without food and improper care due to a lack of available services. The Well Baby Clinic is Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune’s solution to assist struggling military families with a little extra help closer to home.  For almost a year the Midway Park Chapel location for the clinic was unable to service any MORE
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Base battles contraband through area-wide random vehicle checks December 03, 2012 — The military medals on the visor of the vehicle shone in the probing flashlights and bright streetlights as military police officers searched through the car’s contents. Behind the car a service member, dazed from a night of drinking, held a resigned expression. He shivered in the early morning breeze as the police pulled every last item from his MORE
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Base battles contraband through area-wide random vehicle checks
Holiday cheer abundant at Joint Holiday Reception December 01, 2012 — Since 1941 the Marines aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune work hand-in-hand with local citizens to facilitate the needs either side may have. In that spirit the annual Joint Holiday Reception kicked off Dec. 1, and hundreds were in attendance from across the base and neighboring community.  Hosted by Maj. Gen. Raymond C. Fox, commanding general MORE
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Tarawa Terrace illuminates during holiday tree lighting ceremony December 01, 2012 — Santa Claus visited Tarawa Terrace with Mrs. Claus and a few of his elves to spread some early-December Christmas cheer to Marine families during the annual Tarawa Terrace Holiday Tree Lighting Ceremony aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune’s housing community Dec. 1.  Many families swarmed to the community center at 6 p.m. for an evening of MORE
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Tarawa Terrace illuminates during holiday tree lighting ceremony
Base law enforcement agencies collaborate to tackle drugs November 30, 2012 — The military medals on the visor of the vehicle shone in the probing flashlights and bright streetlights as military police officers searched through the car’s contents. Behind the car a service member, dazed from a night of drinking, held a resigned expression. He shivered in the early morning breeze as the police pulled every last item from his MORE
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Base law enforcement agencies collaborate to tackle drugs
AMCC Commemorates 4,000 homes November 29, 2012 — Atlantic Marine Corps Communities aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune built its 4,000th home for the Camp Lejeune and Marine Corps Air Station New River community recently. AMCC held a ribbon cutting to commemorate the milestone, welcoming a new family to the Knox Landing staff noncommissioned officer community.   The 4,000th home is the MORE
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