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Police officers from across Eastern North Carolina escort more than 300 service members during the Live Hard, Ride Free motorcycle poker ride aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, May 2. The ride kicked off National Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month aboard the base promoting responsible riding and the proper use of safety equipment.
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A Marine chooses his second card during the Live Free, Ride Hard motorcycle poker ride at the New River Harley Davison in Jacksonville, N.C., May 2. The ride consisted of more than 300 service members from Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Marine Corps Air Stations New River and Cherry Point, Ft. Bragg and Seymour Johnson Air Force Base.
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Brig. Gen. John Love, deputy commanding general of II Marine Expeditionary Force, speaks at the National Prayer Day breakfast at the Paradise Point Officers’ Club aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, May 1. “I believe in the acceptance of all religions and I believe in the power of group prayer,” said Love. “We gathered today to pray together and to pray for this country, our families and our corps.”
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Pfc. Ryan Haselton, a combat engineer with Bravo Company, 2nd Combat Engineer Battalion’s, searches for improvised explosive device indicators with a Holley stick during a counter IED course held at the Marine Corps Engineer School’s Home Station Training Lanes in Holly Ridge, N.C., April 25. The training area has 4.5 kilometers of roads with overpasses, round-abouts, intersections and two villages.
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Paul Albaugh, a counter improvised explosive device instructor with the Marine Corps Engineer School’s Counter Improvised Explosive Device Training, speaks to Marines after they complete an exercise at a training area in Holly Ridge, N.C., April 25. Marines in any unit in the Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune area can participate in a variety of courses held by the school.
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Pfc. Ryan Haselton, a combat engineer with Bravo Company, 2nd Combat Engineer Battalion, searches for improvised explosive devices with a metal detector during a counter IED course held at the Marine Corps Engineer School’s Home Station Training Lanes in Holly Ridge, N.C., April 25. The training area has 4.5 kilometers of roads with overpasses, round-abouts, intersections and two villages.
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Pfc. Cole Graves, a combat engineer with Bravo Company, 2nd Combat Engineer Battalion’s, searches for improvised explosive devices with a metal detector during a counter IED course held at the Marine Corps Engineer School’s Home Station Training Lanes in Holly Ridge, N.C., April 25. The training area has 4.5 kilometers of roads with overpasses, round-abouts, intersections and two villages.
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Marines with Bravo Company, 2nd Combat Engineer Battalion are caught unaware by a fake improvised explosive device in a counter IED course held at the Marine Corps Engineer School’s Home Station Training Lanes in Holly Ridge, N.C., April 25. The training area has 4.5 kilometers of roads with overpasses, round-abouts, intersections and two villages.
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Paul Albaugh, a counter improvised explosive device instructor with the Marine Corps Engineer School’s Counter Improvised Explosive Device Training, speaks to Marines after they complete an exercise at a training area in Holly Ridge, N.C., April 25. Marines in any unit in the Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune area can participate in a variety of courses held by the school.
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Improvised explosive devices are hidden throughout a training are used for the Marine Corps Engineer School’s Counter Improvised Explosive Device Training, in Holly Ridge, N.C., April 25. Marines in any unit in the Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune area can participate in a variety of courses held by the school.
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Lt. Col. Paul Fillmore (left), the incoming commanding officer of Personnel Administration School, receives the unit colors and assumes command from Lt. Col. Charles Winchester, the outgoing commanding officer of PA School, during a change of command ceremony aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Johnson, April 17.
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Students from Berkley Manor and Heroes Elementary schools learn about wildlife aboard the base from Diana Rashash, extension area specialized agent from the North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service, at the annual Earth Day Exposition at Marston Pavilion aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, April 24. Environmental Management Division aboard base hosted the expo to encourage service members, families and students to learn more about Earth Day and how they can protect the environment.
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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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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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