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Chief Petty Officer Adrian Figueroa places a cover on new Chief Petty Officer Clarence Allen during his induction ceremony, at the base theater aboard the Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, September 16. Twenty-two sailors from area units earned the promotion to E-7 after undergoing testing, a selection board and a six-week induction program.
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Students with Camp Lejeune’s inaugural Command and Staff College Blended Seminar Program, bow their heads during a prayer at the course’s graduation ceremony held at the Officers’ Club aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Sept. 4. The Command and Staff College Blended Seminar Program is a distance professional military education course for Chief Warrant Officer 4, Marine field grade and other service field grade officers. The course offers instruction in the small wars, joint warfighting, amphibious operations and operational planning, among a slew of courses designed to prepare field grade officers for higher level billets. The 10 students were the first graduates of the blended seminar on the East Coast, a similar course was offered in the West Coast which concluded around the same time. Blended seminars are a new approach to distance education, where students participate in periods of focused education with daily classes and periods of online lessons.
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Brig. Gen. Charles G. Chiarotti, the commanding general of 2nd Marine Logistics Group, speaks to Camp Lejeune’s inaugural Command and Staff College Blended Seminar Program class during the course’s graduation ceremony held at the Officers’ Club aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Sept. 4. The Command and Staff College Blended Seminar Program is a distance professional military education course for Chief Warrant Officer 4, Marine field grade and other service field grade officers. The course offers instruction in the small wars, joint warfighting, amphibious operations and operational planning, among a slew of courses designed to prepare field grade officers for higher level billets. The 10 students were the first graduates of the blended seminar on the East Coast, a similar course was offered in the West Coast which concluded around the same time. Blended seminars are a new approach to distance education, where students participate in periods of focused education with daily classes and periods of online lessons.
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Maj. Audie T. Cooper, a student with Camp Lejeune’s inaugural Command and Staff College Blended Seminar Program, stands with classmates and guests during the course’s graduation ceremony held at the Officers’ Club aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Sept. 4. The Command and Staff College Blended Seminar Program is a distance professional military education course for Chief Warrant Officer 4, Marine field grade and other service field grade officers. The course offers instruction in the small wars, joint warfighting, amphibious operations and operational planning, among a slew of courses designed to prepare field grade officers for higher level billets. Cooper, and the nine other students, were the first graduates of the blended seminar on the East Coast, a similar course was offered in the West Coast which concluded around the same time. Blended seminars are a new approach to distance education, where students participate in periods of focused education with daily classes and periods of online lessons.
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Maj. Audie T. Cooper, a student with Camp Lejeune’s inaugural Command and Staff College Blended Seminar Program, stands with classmates and guests during the course’s graduation ceremony held at the Officers’ Club aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Sept. 4. The Command and Staff College Blended Seminar Program is a distance professional military education course for Chief Warrant Officer 4, Marine field grade and other service field grade officers. The course offers instruction in the small wars, joint warfighting, amphibious operations and operational planning, among a slew of courses designed to prepare field grade officers for higher level billets. Cooper, and the nine other students, were the first graduates of the blended seminar on the East Coast, a similar course was offered in the West Coast which concluded around the same time. Blended seminars are a new approach to distance education, where students participate in periods of focused education with daily classes and periods of online lessons.
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Maj. Ty B. Kopke, a student with Camp Lejeune’s inaugural Command and Staff College Blended Seminar Program, holds his diploma at the conclusion of the course’s graduation ceremony held at the Officers’ Club aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Sept. 4. Kopke was the class’ distinguished graduate. The Command and Staff College Blended Seminar Program is a distance professional military education course for Chief Warrant Officer 4, Marine field grade and other service field grade officers. The course offers instruction in the small wars, joint warfighting, amphibious operations and operational planning, among a slew of courses designed to prepare field grade officers for higher level billets. Kopke, and the nine other students, were the first graduates of the blended seminar on the East Coast, a similar course was offered in the West Coast which concluded around the same time. Blended seminars are a new approach to distance education, where students participate in periods of focused education with daily classes and periods of online lessons.
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Renee Napier, a guest speaker, shares the story of her journey after the death of her daughter due to a drunk driver in a presentation to Marines 2nd Maintenance Battalion at the base theater aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, June 5. Leaders with 2nd Maintenance Battalion invited other units such as Combat Logistics Regiment 2 and 8th Communications Battalion to listen to Napier. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Jackeline M. Perez Rivera/Released)
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Renee Napier, a guest speaker, shares the story of her journey after the death of her daughter due to a drunk driver in a presentation to Marines 2nd Maintenance Battalion at the base theater aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, June 5. Leaders with 2nd Maintenance Battalion invited other units such as Combat Logistics Regiment 2 and 8th Communications Battalion to listen to Napier. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Jackeline M. Perez Rivera/Released)
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Renee Napier, a guest speaker, shares the story of her journey after the death of her daughter due to a drunk driver in a presentation to Marines 2nd Maintenance Battalion at the base theater aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, June 5. Leaders with 2nd Maintenance Battalion invited other units such as Combat Logistics Regiment 2 and 8th Communications Battalion to listen to Napier. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Jackeline M. Perez Rivera/Released)
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Marines of 2nd Maintenance Battalion listen to a presentation about drunk driving at the base theater aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, June 5. Renee Napier, a guest speaker, shared her journey of loss and forgiveness in the wake of her daughter’s death due to a drunk driver. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Jackeline M. Perez Rivera/Released)
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Renee Napier, a guest speaker, shares the story of her journey after the death of her daughter due to a drunk driver in a presentation to Marines 2nd Maintenance Battalion at the base theater aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, June 5. Leaders with 2nd Maintenance Battalion invited other units such as Combat Logistics Regiment 2 and 8th Communications Battalion to listen to Napier. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Jackeline M. Perez Rivera/Released)
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MARINE CORPS BASE CAMP LEJEUNE, N.C. – Members of Headquarters and Support Battalion stand in formation at the conclusion of the battalion’s Earth Day/Area Clean-up Run near piles of the debris they collected aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, April 25. Service members with the battalion ran through the base’s Mainside area collecting garbage in observance of Earth Day. “(Headquarters and Support Battalion) picked up a lot of trash,” said Lt. Col. Harry L. Gardner, commanding officer of Headquarters and Support Battalion. While some trash collected was due to littering, some of it was displaced from area dumpsters due to strong winds, he added. “You helped better the environment. This is our base. We need to make sure we are working and living in a clean base.  (Camp Lejeune) leads the way when it comes to protecting the environment.” Various environmental programs throughout the base were recently recognized by the Secretary of the Navy and the Secretary of Defense for their efforts in protecting the environment.
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MARINE CORPS BASE CAMP LEJEUNE, N.C. – A member of Headquarters and Support Battalion adds trash to a growing pile during the battalion’s Earth Day/Area Clean-up Run held April 25 aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune. Service members with the battalion ran through the base’s Mainside area collecting trash and debris in observance of Earth Day. “(Headquarters and Support Battalion) picked up a lot of trash,” said Lt. Col. Harry L. Gardner, commanding officer of Headquarters and Support Battalion. While some trash collected was due to littering, some of it was displaced from area dumpsters due to strong winds, he added. “You helped better the environment. This is our base. We need to make sure we are working and living in a clean base.  (Camp Lejeune) leads the way when it comes to protecting the environment.” Various environmental programs throughout the base were recently recognized by the Secretary of the Navy and the Secretary of Defense for their efforts in protecting the environment.
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MARINE CORPS BASE CAMP LEJEUNE, N.C. – Sgt. Maj. Toshia C. Sundermier and Lt. Col. Harry L. Gardner, sergeant major and commanding officer of Headquarters and Support Battalion, collect trash during the battalion’s Earth Day/Area Clean-up Run aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, April 25. Service members with the battalion ran through the base’s Mainside area collecting trash and debris in observance of Earth Day. “(Headquarters and Support Battalion) picked up a lot of trash,” said Gardner. While some trash collected was due to littering, some of it was displaced from area dumpsters due to strong winds, he added. “(They) helped better the environment. This is our base. We need to make sure we are working and living in a clean base.  (Camp Lejeune) leads the way when it comes to protecting the environment.” Various environmental programs throughout the base were recently recognized by the Secretary of the Navy and the Secretary of Defense for their efforts in protecting the environment.
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MARINE CORPS BASE CAMP LEJEUNE, N.C. – Sgt. Emily Peterson, a legal services specialist with Headquarters and Support Battalion, collects trash during the battalion’s Earth Day/Area Clean-up Run aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, April 25. Service members with the battalion ran through the base’s Mainside area collecting trash and debris in observance of Earth Day. “(Headquarters and Support Battalion) picked up a lot of trash,” said Lt. Col. Harry L. Gardner, commanding officer of Headquarters and Support Battalion. While some trash collected was due to littering, some of it was displaced from area dumpsters due to strong winds, he added. “You helped better the environment. This is our base. We need to make sure we are working and living in a clean base.  (Camp Lejeune) leads the way when it comes to protecting the environment.” Various environmental programs throughout the base were recently recognized by the Secretary of the Navy and the Secretary of Defense for their efforts in protecting the environment.
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Chief Petty Officer Ariel Ampier is pinned by Kaynen and Inid Maldonado during his induction ceremony, at the base theater aboard the Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, September 16. Twenty-two sailors from area units earned the promotion to E-7 after undergoing testing, a selection board and a six-week induction program.
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