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More than 75 runners participated in the Fishin’ for Fun Run at Orde Pond aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, April 12. Marine Corps Community Services created the fun run in honor of Month of the Military Child to show appreciation for the sacrifices of military children in the community.
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Left to right: Cmdr. Ingrid Sheldon, president of the medical staff, Ameliann Williams, director of mental health, Navy Lt. Jacqueline Lopez, division officer for inpatient psychiatry unit, Navy Capt. Nancy Pearson, director of nursing services, and Navy Capt. David Lane, commanding officer, Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune, celebrate the grand reopening of the mental health unit during a ribbon cutting ceremony, Monday. The new renovations include expanding the capacity from 12 to 20 patients, the clinic meets all behavior health standards features the most up-to-date equipment. “This is another great step for this Naval Hospital,” said Brig. Gen. Robert F. Castellvi, commanding general Marine Corps Installations East, Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune. “I couldn’t have been more excited last week as I toured this facility and saw how state of the art we are becoming.”
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Patti Hall, a catalog librarian, looks over notes while shelving books at the Harriotte B. Smith library aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, April 15. The library was closed for four months due to renovations and reopened April 1.
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Abigail Miller passes the baton to Sonya Pantoja of the Lejeune High School track team pass the baton during a relay race at Lejeune High School aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, March 27. The Lejeune girls track team competed against Jones High School and Southside High School. Lejeune won the meet with a final score of 108. Lejeune High School girls track coach, Debbie Bryant, said the female track and field participants put forth their best effort each track meet.
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A student responds to an simulated Improvised Explosive Device during the Logistics Officer Course Field Exercise in the Verona Training Loop aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, March 26. The field exercise largely is supported by II Marine Expeditionary Force.
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Students run the command and control center during the Logistics Officer Course Field Exercise in the Verona Training Loop aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, March 26. The LOC field exercise is their final week of training and forces the students to work together to accomplish a multitude of tasks.
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A simulated Improvised Explosive Device was set off by instructors during the Logistics Officer Course Field Exercise in the Verona Training Loop aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, March 26. “The Logistics Officers Field Exercise is designed to be the final evaluation for 2nd Lt.’s and officers on their ability to conduct convoy operations, run the command and control center and set up and maintain a camp site,” said Major Michael Vincent, the Logistics Officers Course Manager.
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Students goes over the patrol order before the begin a supply run during the Logistics Officer Course Field Exercise in the Verona Training Loop aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, March 26. The instructors use this time to not only supervise and grade but to teach the students with hands on examples.
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Brig. Gen. Robert F. Castellvi (center) and Sgt. Maj. Paul A. Berry (center right), the commanding general and incoming sergeant major of Marine Corps Installations East – Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, stand with other installation commanders and sergeants major during the Marine Corps Installations East Commander’s Conference, a two-day event held at the Paradise Point Officers’ Club aboard Camp Lejeune, March 26 and 27. The conference provides an avenue for leaders to gather and discuss matters pertaining to the seven East Coast installations that fall under MCIEAST. Leaders walk away with a level of common understanding of the circumstances, conditions and intentions of the command over the next six to 12 months.
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Brig. Gen. Robert F. Castellvi, the commanding general of Marine Corps Installations East – Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, stands with Jarret White, a police officer with the Provost Marshal’s Office, after awarding him with a Commendation for Meritorious Civilian Service aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, March 24. White was recognized for pulling a motorist out of a submerged vehicle on Wilmington Highway during a winter storm, on Jan. 28. By showing selflessness, quick-thinking and sound judgment, White, a Marine Corps veteran, showcased the traits Marines have used on the battlefield for more than 200 years, said Castellvi. “When you saw danger you jumped in, you saved somebody’s life and you made our Corps proud and our community proud,” said Castellvi.
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Chris Rodriguez, starting pitcher for the Lejeune Devilpups, throws the ball during their baseball game against the East Carteret High School Mariners aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, March 28. The Lejeune Devilpups struggled to hit the ball throughout the game, ultimately resulting in a 7-1 loss against the Mariners. When asked about the loss, Martin Ortega, third baseman for the Lejeune Devilpups responded, “It’s important for us to stay strong. Of course we were down, but we didn’t have a choice, we kept pushing no matter what. In my eyes it’s important to show strength even when you’re down.”
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Patriot Guard Riders assemble to meet with Marines from 2nd Marine Logistics Group aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, March 26. The riders were thanked by the Marines for their continued support and dedication.
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A British Royal Marine shoots the M16-A4 Service Rifle during the 2014 Eastern Division Rifle and Pistol Competition aboard Stone Bay Rifle Range, March 21. The event serves as a venue for participants to showcase their skill and compete against each other. (Photo by Lance Cpl. Justin A. Rodriguez/released)
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Greg Gentry, a golfer from Webber International University, drives his ball down the fairway at the 43rd annual Marine Federal Credit Union Intercollegiate Golf Championship at the Paradise Point Golf Course aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, March 28. Thirty-two teams from across the country compete to win the trophy each year and Oglethorpe University was crowned the winner for 2014.
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Ben Lukehart, a golfer from Stevenson University, hits his ball out of a sand trap at the 43rd annual Marine Federal Credit Union Intercollegiate Golf Championship at the Paradise Point Golf Course aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, March. 28. The 52-hole tournament was shortened to 36-holes due to inclement weather flooding the fairways Saturday.
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Brig. Gen. Robert Castellvi (center), commanding general of Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, presents Oglethorpe University with the coveted team trophy for winning the 43rd annual Marine Federal Credit Union Intercollegiate Golf Championship at the Paradise Point Golf Course aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, March 30. Oglethorpe’s team scored a combined low of 575 to beat 31 other teams for the trophy.
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