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Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune

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Camp Lejeune Photos
High Shooter is Lance Corporal Veck, Scott J. from MAG 29 and Corporal Petty, Benjamin D. from MHG. Their score was 340.  Coach of the week is Corporal MachadoPerez, Esteban A. from 2d Tank Battalion and High Shooter is Staff Sergeant Bajorek, Steven M. from H&HS. His score was also 340.
High Shooter is  Staff Sergeant Burt Jr., David D. from V1/2. His score was 332 and Coach of the week is Sgt Wetzel, Nicholas R. from V1/2.
Coach of the week is Cpl Tugas, Ryan E. from MAG 14 and High Shooter is SSgt England, Zachary A. from 3d MRSB. His score was 340.
High Shooter is Corporal Bergmeier, Kyle W. from MHG.  His score was 333.
Coach of the week is Cpl Bursley, Austin M. and High Shooter is Cpl Wisniewski, Christopher E. both  from CLR 2. Cpl Wisniewski score was 344.
Coach of the week is Cpl  McBee, Jake S. from MAG 29.
Coach of the week is Staff Sergeant Bowen, Trevor J. from HQ Support Battalion.
High Shooter is Sgt Orr,  Joseph F., from 2d MRB. His score was 341 and Coach of the week is Cpl O’neil, Nicholas R., from HQ Support Battalion.
High Shooter is Cpl Gallagher, Colin J., from MACG-28. His  score was 329.
Coach of the week is Sgt Coolidge, Michael D., from RSU.
The All-Marine boxing Hall of Fame class of 2016 celebrates their inductions as the first class of inductees to be recognized for the honor at Goettge Field House on Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, April 16. Nearly 50 former Marine boxers, coaches and support personnel (including another 25 who were added posthumously) made history as they round out the first class of its kind.
Civilians, veterans and active duty service members march down Western Boulevard during a silkies hike hosted by the Irreverent Warriors in Jacksonville April 16. More than 300 participants attended the event to raise awareness for the 22 veterans and active-duty service members across the United States who commit suicide every day.
Abram Piasek, a Holocaust survivor shares his story of prison camps surviving through cruel and harsh conditions in the base theater on Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, April 14. The Naval Hospital Diversity Committee hosted the event to pay respects and remember the many victims of the Holocaust.
Coach of the week is LCpl, Smith, Logan E. from 1/6 and High Shooter is Sgt Area, Steven J.  from MAG 29. His  score was 341.
Sgt. Rakiem Bailey, an automotive maintenance technician with 2nd Radio Battalion, helps students learn about reverse engineering during the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Carnival at Johnson Primary School on Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune Friday. Bailey was one of nearly 80 volunteers for this event that showcased what students have been learning through the STEM program.
Capt. Bryce Saddoris, a ground supply officer 2nd Marine Logistics Group, was named the Marine Athlete of the Year for 2015. Saddoris is the officer in charge and also a competitor for the All Marine wrestling team
James D. Jarvis, the Service to the Armed Forces Manager for Marine Corps Air Station New River, Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune & the Cape Fear Area Chapter for the American Red Cross, speaks to Red Cross volunteers at a luncheon on New River. The Camp Lejeune chapter has added nearly 20 volunteers a month since the beginning of the year.
A British Royal Marine fires at his target at the 500 yard line during the Eastern Division Shooting Matches at Stone Bay Rifle Range on Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune March 24. During the ten-day competition, shooters compete to earn individual shooting medals and team trophies while improving on the fundamentals of marksmanship with the M16A4 and M4 service rifles and M9 service pistol. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Mark Watola /released)
Marines with the Marine Security Augmentation Unit fire ten rounds in the rapid fire during the Eastern Division Shooting Matches at Stone Bay Rifle Range on Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune March 24. During the ten-day competition, shooters compete to earn individual shooting medals and team trophies while improving on the fundamentals of marksmanship with the M16A4 and M4 service rifles and M9 service pistol.(U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Mark Watola /released)
Cpl. Garan Williams, Alpha Range tower noncommissioned officer, gives commands to shooters at the 300-yard line during the Eastern Division Shooting Matches at Stone Bay Rifle Range on Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune March 24. During the 10-day competition, shooters compete to earn individual shooting medals and team trophies while improving on the fundamentals of marksmanship with the M16A4 and M4 service rifles and M9 service pistol. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Mark Watola /released)