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NCIS visits Jacksonville Young Marines October 23, 2013 — The Jacksonville Young Marines received on the job training through a visit from the Naval Criminal Investigative Service aboard Camp Johnson, Oct. 8.Aliyah Counts, a private and the guide for the Jacksonville Young Marines, said she greatly enjoyed having NCIS come and everything they taught was all new to her.“The best part was the finger MORE
Iraqi native Marine inspires others October 23, 2013 — Battling improvised explosive devices and being an American supporter hunted by terrorists is something one Marine has been accustomed to even before joining the Corps.Pvt. Wisom Mansureaalshat, an Iraqi native and current student at the Personnel Administration School aboard Camp Johnson is no stranger to adversity.As a young boy, Mansureaalshat’s MORE
Base commissary focuses on customer service, satisfaction October 21, 2013 — Customers shopping at the commissary aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune can expect shorter wait times at the registers beginning this holiday season.Most Marine Corps Community Services venues have maintained a hiring freeze during the service-wide drawdown, but the base commissary has received special waivers to hire additional employees to MORE
Bowlers strike up victory during tournament October 19, 2013 — Down by two points in the eighth frame, Mike Sullivan refocused himself and knocked down four strikes in the last two frames to beat Steve Fredrickson 235 to 207 in the final round of the Nine-pin No Tap Tournament Men’s Division, Oct. 19.The tournament is held every third Saturday of the month at the Bonnyman Bowling Center aboard Marine Corps MORE
Struggle for the shield; Remnants of II MHG Praetorian Challenge October 16, 2013 — Six teams from the II Marine Expeditionary Force Headquarters Group battled for top spot in the annual Praetorian Challenge aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Oct. 11.Each team from the 2nd Air Naval Gunfire Liaison Company, 2nd Law Enforcement Battalion, 2nd Radio Battalion, 2nd Intelligence Battalion, 8th Communication Battalion and II Marine MORE
Breast cancer survivors put on pink; Annual luncheon celebrates awareness month October 16, 2013 — October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and the survivors aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune met to share hopeful stories and receive new information on the advancements in treatment during the Breast Cancer Awareness Luncheon at the Religious Education Center at Tarawa Terrace, Oct. 10.Angel Cole, event coordinator, said the luncheon is MORE
Energy Awareness Month focuses on usage, conservation changes October 16, 2013 — A presidential proclamation marks October as Energy Awareness Month, a time to think about and renew efforts to manage energy use throughout the country. Members of the Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune community can do their part to assist the nationwide effort by lowering energy consumption both at home and at work. “At home, people should focus on MORE
Public Works Division always there for Marines October 16, 2013 — When a pipe bursts or a window breaks aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, the Public Works Division’s Work Reception will find the right professional to fix it. Every holiday, through all hours of the night and through every natural disaster, the office’s staff handles the many issues that arise in the base’s 156,000 acres. More than 500,000 MORE
Beach Detachment Marines receive award October 16, 2013 — The beach days of summer are over, but the lifeguards who made it possible for countless families to enjoy were recognized for their hard work.Marine Corps Community Services awarded 24 Marines with beach detachment, Company A, Headquarters and Support Battalion, certificates of appreciation and MCCS team achievement shirts for their outstanding MORE
Purple Heart memorial unveiled at Wounded Warrior Battalion-East barracks October 11, 2013 — With peace talks beginning after the Revolutionary War, the brave American rebels who defeated the British were not recognized for their sacrifices.George Washington ordered the Badge of Military Merit, the original Purple Heart Medal, Aug. 7, 1782.The tradition of honoring those who were wounded in the line of duty still remains strong as more MORE

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