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Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune

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Camp Lejeune Photos
23 Sept 2016 - High Shooter is Captain Johnson, Kent S. from 2D MLG HQTRS. His score was 338.
23 Sept 2016 - Coach of the week is Corporal Tompkins, Darian Z. from HQ Co. 8th MAR
23 Sept 2016 - Coach of the Week is Sergeant Cain, Austin M. from HQTRS 2D INTEL BN.
23 Sept 2016 - Coach of the week is Corporal Smith, Jonathan from MASS-1 MACG-28 2D.
23 Sept 2016 - High shooter is Staff Sergeant Uribie, Camillo J. from HQ 3D MAR RDR BN.  His score was 339.
Mr. Marion "Cass" Carcirieri receives his 40 years of MCCS service award at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Sept. 21. He is the Camp Geiger MCX manager and served 31 years in the Marine Corps before beginning to work for MCCS Camp Lejeune. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Ned Johnson)
Dozens of service members and civilians came together to kick off and celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month during the Hispanic Heritage Month Observance and Special Emphasis Event at the Paradise Point Officer’s Club on Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Sept. 15. The event commemorated the history, culture and contributions of Americans whose ancestry is traced to Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean, Central and South America. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Sean Berry)
Chief Petty Officer Terry McCray-Matt, a newly Promoted Chief, gets pinned by her daughter Cyrah McCray-Matt and her mother Terry McCray at the base theater at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Sept. 16. The ceremony happened at the end of a six weeks transition period for Petty Officers 1st Class in to Chief Petty Officers where they are given first-hand knowledge on what it means to be a Chief in the Navy. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Tavairus Hernandez /Released)
The Naval Color Guard presents the colors in front of the newest Sailors to be promoted to Chief Petty Officer at the base theater on Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Sept. 16. The ceremony happened at the end of a six weeks transition period for Petty Officers 1st Class in to Chief Petty Officers where they are given first-hand knowledge on what it means to be a Chief in the Navy. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Tavairus /Released)
Marines with Wounded Warrior Battalion – East and Danish army wounded warriors, learn how to play wheelchair basketball at Wallace Creek Fitness Center on Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Sept. 13. The two units together for a luncheon and two days full of competition and bonding on Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune on Sept. 12-13. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Sean J. Berry
Hundreds of Marines and 57 charitable organizations involved with Wounded Warrior Battalion - East came together for the 2nd Annual Veteran and Charitable Organizations Symposium at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Sept. 9. Marines with WWBn - East had a chance to give back and show support to the charities who have supported them. Brig. Gen. Thomas D. Weidley, Marine Corps Installations East – MCB Camp Lejeune commanding general, Lt. Col. Chris Hrudka, battalion commander of WWBn - East and various leaders within the MCI East community spoke to the attendees about the importance of the relationship between active duty service members, veterans and the communities in which they serve. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Sean J. Berry
Cpl. Joshua Hodel, Stone Bay target shed noncommissioned officer in charge, conducts a speed reload with the M9 service pistol Combat Marksmanship Trainer Course were tested on coordinating a 3-gun shooting competition at Stone Bay on Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Sept. 1. The competition enabled CMT students to become familiar with how to set up and run a range and range personnel were also able to hone their marksmanship skills. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Mark Watola /Released)
Cpl. Joshua Hodel, Stone Bay target shed noncommissioned officer in charge, fires an M4 service rifle at a target during a Combat Marksmanship Trainer Course were tested on coordinating a 3-gun shooting competition at Stone Bay on Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Sept. 1. The competition enabled CMT students to become familiar with how to set up and run a range and range personnel were also able to hone their marksmanship skills. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Mark Watola /Released)
Cpl. Joshua Hodel, Stone Bay target shed noncommissioned officer in charge, fires a Benelli M4 shotgun at a target during a Combat Marksmanship Trainer Course were tested on coordinating a 3-gun shooting competition at Stone Bay on Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Sept. 1. The competition enabled CMT students to become familiar with how to set up and run a range and range personnel were also able to hone their marksmanship skills. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Mark Watola /Released)
Sgt. James Jackson, Stone Bay alpha range line staff, fires a Benelli M4 shotgun at a target during a Combat Marksmanship Trainer Course were tested on coordinating a 3-gun shooting competition at Stone Bay on Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Sept. 1. The competition enabled CMT students to become familiar with how to set up and run a range and range personnel were also able to hone their marksmanship skills. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Mark Watola /Released)
Sgt. James Jackson, Stone Bay alpha range line staff, fires an M9 service pistol at a target during a Combat Marksmanship Trainer Course were tested on coordinating a 3-gun shooting competition at Stone Bay on Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Sept. 1. The competition enabled CMT students to become familiar with how to set up and run a range and range personnel were also able to hone their marksmanship skills. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Mark Watola /Released)
Sgt. James Jackson, Stone Bay alpha range line staff, fires an M4 service rifle at a target during a Combat Marksmanship Trainer Course were tested on coordinating a 3-gun shooting competition at Stone Bay on Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Sept. 1. The competition enabled CMT students to become familiar with how to set up and run a range and range personnel were also able to hone their marksmanship skills. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Mark Watola /Released)
Col. Thomas Bruno, Marine Corps Installation East – Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune Chief of Staff, speaks to the staff of Mess Hall Wallace Creek 100 about the Certificate of Commendation the staff earned for their service on Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Sept. 8. The award is a prerequisite for the W.P.T. Hill Memorial Awards for Foodservice Excellence across the Marine Corps.
Col. Scott A. Baldwin, right, Marine Corps Engineer School outgoing commanding officer, stands with Col. Daniel P. O’Hora, left, Marine Corps Engineer School incoming commanding officer, at the end of the change of the command ceremony at Courthouse Bay on Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Sept 9. The mission of the Marine Corps Engineer School is to ingrain at the entry and supervisory level the skills needed for engineers to be prepared for the operating forces.
Col. Scott A. Baldwin, Marine Corps Engineer School outgoing commanding officer, leaves departing words of thanks, appreciation and a brief history on the legacy of the Engineer School before departing to Marine Corps Installation East – Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune to become the G-4 Director at Courthouse Bay on Marine Corp Base Camp Lejeune, Sept 9. The mission of the Marine Corps Engineer School is to ingrain at the entry and supervisory level the skills needed for engineers to be prepared for the operating forces.