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Wounded service members receive funds to go home for holidays January 10, 2013 — Wounded service members who rate a Purple Heart award were given funds to go home during the holiday season through the Military Order of the Purple Heart Dec. 13 in Jacksonville, N.C. The MOPH invited service members wounded in combat to attend a check-writing event to give back to those who may not have much money for traveling. “We raised money MORE
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Infantry students get hands-on with Corps’ new automatic weapon January 09, 2013 — The United States Marine Corps explored many options to replace the currently employed M249 Squad Automatic Weapon, and found an upgrade with the M27 Infantry Automatic Rifle.   The IAR has been extensively tested by the Marine Corps since 2010. They examined the pros and cons of the rifle, and after confirming the benefits of issuing it, some MORE
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Sleep apnea: Keeping millions awake at night January 04, 2013 — Million of Americans suffer from obstructive sleep apnea every year but many people of all ages who have the condition don’t realize because they don’t know the symptoms and it’s often undiagnosed. At the quarterly retiree town hall meeting at Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune, Navy Lt. Stephanie Fofi, a three-year family medicine resident, gave the MORE
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Military spouses receive valuable information from Medal of Honor recipients January 03, 2013 — Patrons packed the Russell Marine and Family Center aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune Dec. 11 to hear two highly-decorated retired service members talk about the importance of family and maintaining a solid relationship in a military marriage. Retired Maj. Gen. James Livingston and retired Army Maj. Drew Dix are Medal of Honor recipients due to MORE
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Second annual Elf Day helps families decorate January 03, 2013 — Service members are deployed across the globe this holiday season leaving spouses back home to decorate. Often times military spouses are unable to hang lights, or bring out the old dusty boxes or trees from the attic without their spouse. With the help of Atlantic Marine Corps Communities spouses no longer have to worry. Numerous calls were made MORE
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