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Camp Lejeune hosts Ohio reserve MP training June 22, 2012 — They’ve come a long way to train and they have two weeks to complete it. The Marines of Military Police Company C, Headquarters and Service Battalion, 4th Marine Logistics Group are not strangers to travel or the rigors of serving as military police in the field.  “Our unit has had people deployed since 2003,” said Maj. Steven Luttrell, Company C MORE
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HQSPTBn takes pride in unit cohesion June 01, 2012 — Esprit de corps is something the Marine Corps instills in every Marine from their earliest days at recruit training. Units all over the Corps conduct different activities to keep this belief alive in all of its Marines and sailors to include- Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune’s Headquarters and Support Battalion. One of the largest and most extensive MORE
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Environmental training helps Marines maintain high standards May 31, 2012 — It’s easy to forget, but it can be a Marines best friend and sometimes it needs protecting too. That is why Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune takes measures to ensure the maintenance and preservation of the land that comprises the base, itself a large reserve of natural resources and plethora of wildlife.  The base possesses its own environmental MORE
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Carolina Panthers show appreciation, watch Marines train during recent visit May 15, 2012 — As the nation’s emergency force, Marines are indoctrinated into a continuum of training to keep within the highest standards of physical fitness, mental clarity and overall expeditionary readiness. They are warrior athletes, but their game days aren’t under Friday night lights. To get a glimpse of what it’s like training for military operations and MORE
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2nd and 4th ANGLICO service members train for upcoming deployment May 08, 2012 — Deployment is something that requires a lot of training leading up to it. Reviewing training many times over helps make the job come naturally while in a combat zone. This is why approximately 13 service members from 2nd and 4th Air Naval Gunfire Liaison Companies spent May 8 and 9 at Piney Island, better known as Bombing Target 11, practicing MORE
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New special reaction team school graduates first class April 12, 2012 — The inaugural class for the first Headquarters Marine Corps certified course designed to train special reaction team personnel graduated, April 6. The course, which utilizes training facilities aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune including the ranges at Stone Bay, certifies military and civilian personnel for roles on SRT teams. Every Marine MORE
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New school provides special training to law enforcement April 05, 2012 — Special reaction teams stand poised to deliver tactical support to Marine Corps installations nationwide. The teams act as small, tactically proficient units designed to respond to a variety of security and law enforcement threats. Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune is no exception to these threats, and now it is home to the first Headquarters Marine MORE
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Old base housing provides welcome training for firefighters April 04, 2012 — Smoke filled the rooms of a house the evening of March 26. It pooled in the rafters and leaked out through a hole at the top of the building, choking out the light and hiding the numerous obstacles inside. Three Camp Lejeune firefighters donned their masks and prepared to negotiate the dark gauntlet within, unsure of what to expect. Fortunately, no MORE
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