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Col. Timothy Salmon, the commanding officer of Marine Corps Air Station New River, stands with Kathy Zerba, his former office management specialist and community liaison coordinator, after she was recognized with the meritorious civilian service award during a surprise farewell celebration in her honor, at the Eagles Nest Officers’ Club aboard Marine Corps Air Station New River, July 10. Zerba is joining the staff of Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune after nine years of service at MCAS New River.
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Col. Timothy Salmon, the commanding officer of Marine Corps Air Station New River, stands with Kathy Zerba, his former office management specialist and community liaison coordinator, after she was recognized with the meritorious civilian service award during a surprise farewell celebration in her honor, at the Eagles Nest Officers’ Club aboard Marine Corps Air Station New River, July 10. Zerba is joining the staff of Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune after nine years of service at MCAS New River.
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Lapeachtriss Turner(left), a colleague of Kathy Zerba and Zerba, the former office management specialist and community liaison coordinator for Marine Corps Air Station New River’s commanding officer, hug after Turner gave Zerba a gift during a surprise farewell celebration in her honor, at the Eagles Nest Officers’ Club aboard MCAS New River, July 10. Zerba is joining the staff of Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune after nine years of service at MCAS New River.
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Col. Deborah McConnell, a judge with the Eastern Judicial Circuit speaks during a Transition Readiness Seminar session at the Education Center aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Aug. 15. While McConnell does not expect to separate from the military soon she attended courses to learn about the separation process.
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Col. Deborah McConnell, a judge with the Eastern Judicial Circuit speaks during a Transition Readiness Seminar session at the Education Center aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Aug. 15. While McConnell does not expect to separate from the military soon she attended courses to learn about the separation process.
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Tom Gill, transition seminar advisor supervisor with Marine and Family Programs Division, speaks to during a Transition Readiness Seminar session at the Education Center aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Aug. 15. TRS offers courses that service members and their families can take advantage of from the beginning of a service member’s career, past separation or retirement and until he or she leaves the workforce, said Gill.
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Tom Gill, transition seminar advisor supervisor with Marine and Family Programs Division, speaks to during a Transition Readiness Seminar session at the Education Center aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Aug. 15. TRS offers courses that service members and their families can take advantage of from the beginning of a service member’s career, past separation or retirement and until he or she leaves the workforce, said Gill.
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Tom Gill, transition seminar advisor supervisor with Marine and Family Programs Division, speaks to during a Transition Readiness Seminar session at the Education Center aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Aug. 15. TRS offers courses that service members and their families can take advantage of from the beginning of a service member’s career, past separation or retirement and until he or she leaves the workforce, said Gill.
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Representatives from the Environmental Restoration Program with Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune’s Environmental Management Division were presented with the Secretary of the Navy Environmental Award aboard the base at the Officer’s Club, Aug. 8. Donald R. Schregardus, the deputy assistant secretary of the Navy (Environment), presented the award to team along with Maj. Gen. Juan Ayala, the Marine Corps Installations Command commanding general, and Col. James W. Clark, the deputy commander of Marine Corps Installations East. The Environmental Restoration Program was also recognized as the best program of its type throughout military and defense communities with a Secretary of Defense Environmental Award earlier this year. The program addresses ordnance and environmental concerns throughout the base. Since its inception in 1983, the Environmental Restoration team has performed environmental responses at more than 900 locations and is currently active in more than 80 sites. Charity Delaney, a native of Johnstown, Pennsylvania and the Installation Restoration Program manager, Jenni Reed, a native of Swansboro, North Carolina and the Fuel Tank Program manager and Patti Vanture a native of Virginia Beach, Virginia and an environmental engineer represented the team at the award presentation.
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Rick Richardson, who represented Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune’s Cultural Resources Management team, was presented with a Secretary of the Navy Environmental Award at the Officer’s Club aboard Camp Lejeune, Aug. 8. Donald R. Schregardus, the deputy assistant secretary of the Navy (Environment), presented the award to team along with Maj. Gen. Juan Ayala, the Marine Corps Installations Command commanding general, and Col. James W. Clark, the deputy commander of Marine Corps Installations East. Richardson, native of Elizabethton, Tennessee, serves the installation as an archeologist. Cultural Resources Management conducted archeological evaluations in more than 40 sites and maintained a close relationship with the local community to protect sites important to local and Marine Corps history.
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Donald R. Schregardus, the deputy assistant secretary of the Navy (Environment) and a native of Chagrin Falls, Ohio, presented a Secretary of the Navy Environmental Awards to Alicia Filzen, the winner for individual environmental quality, at the Officer’s Club aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Aug. 8. Filzen, a native of Jamestown, South Carolina, managed the Quality Recycling Program aboard the base and coordinated outreach events that led to an increased awareness of environmental issues.
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Trophies were presented to three groups within Environmental Management Division aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune recognizing their efforts to protect the area’s natural and historical resources throughout fiscal year 2013. The Environmental Restoration Program, Cultural Resources Management and Alicia Filzen, the winner for individual environmental quality, were presented the Secretary of the Navy Environmental Awards at the Officer’s Club aboard the base, Aug. 8.
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Seventy students and their families attended a Scholarship Announcement Ceremony hosted by the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation at the Marston Pavilion aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, July 18. Brig. Gen. John K. Love, the deputy commanding general of II Marine Expeditionary Force, and Eric Steimel, the principal of Lejeune High School, spoke during the event. The Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation awarded more than $6.59 million in scholarship funding to 2,194 Marine children for the 2014-15 academic year. Scholarship recipients are the children of Marines and Navy corpsmen. Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation is the oldest and largest provider of need-based scholarships. For more information, visit www.mcsf.org.
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Isaiah Leiva, a college sophomore at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, shares his aspirations and gratitude with guests at the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation’s Scholarship Announcement Ceremony at the Marston Pavilion aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, July 18. Scholarship recipients and their families attended the ceremony where they commemorated more than $6.59 million in scholarship funding provided to 2,194 military children for the 2014-15 academic year. Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation is the oldest and largest provider of need-based scholarships. For more information, visit www.mcsf.org.
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Isaiah Leiva, a college sophomore at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, shares his aspirations and gratitude with guests at the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation’s Scholarship Announcement Ceremony at the Marston Pavilion aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, July 18. Scholarship recipients and their families attended the ceremony where they commemorated more than $6.59 million in scholarship funding provided to 2,194 military children for the 2014-15 academic year. Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation is the oldest and largest provider of need-based scholarships. For more information, visit www.mcsf.org.
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Steven Peterson, the chief operating officer of the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation, speaks to guests during the foundations Scholarship Announcement Ceremony at Marston Pavilion aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Friday. Scholarship recipients and their families attended the ceremony where they recognized more than $6.59 million in scholarship funding provided to 2,194 military children for the 2014-15 academic year. For more information, visit www.mcsf.org.
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