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Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune

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Traffic Advisory: Temporary traffic shift on Brewster Boulevard Friday

There is a scheduled traffic shift along Brewster Boulevard Friday, April 18 from 9 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. Westbound Brewster Boulevard traffic, immediately after the Stone Street intersection, will shift to the lane closest to the median while contractor emplaces street light poles along the outside edge of this portion of Brewster Boulevard. Signage and Traffic barrels will advise and control traffic through this area.

Traffic Advisory: Alternating lane closures for a portion of Holcomb Boulevard April 16-23

There is scheduled milling, asphalting and striping work along a portion of Holcomb Boulevard beginning Wednesday, April 16 through Wednesday, April 23. During work, alternating lane closures will occur. However, single lane traffic in each direction will be maintained throughout construction. Signage and traffic control devices will advise and direct traffic through this area.

Traffic Advisory: Brewster Boulevard traffic shift begins Saturday

Brewster Boulevard eastbound traffic will permanently shift from the north side of the median to the south side between Holcomb Boulevard and Charles Street beginning Saturday, April 12.

For the first 6 to 8 weeks after the traffic shift, there will be a single lane of traffic in each direction between Holcomb Boulevard and Barnett Way. There will also be a left turn lane open for westbound traffic, and eastbound traffic will have two left turn lanes for the last 250 feet before Holcomb Boulevard, but otherwise the inside lane in each direction will be closed for construction on the median and then for asphalt placement.

As a safety measure, cross median traffic will be blocked at the first and third entrances to the Russell Marine and Family Services Center (Bldg. 40) until such time as Brewster Boulevard is open for two way traffic in both directions. Traffic will continue to be able to enter from and exit to eastbound Brewster Boulevard.

Additionally, the traffic signal at Hospital Corps Road/Puckett Drive will be activated Saturday, April 12, and two lanes of traffic will open on Brewster Boulevard between Barnett Way and Charles Street in both directions.

Motorists are advised to expect potential traffic delays, especially during peak travel times.

Thank you for your patience while work is completed to improve access along this busy corridor.

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Marines thank to Patriot Guard Riders Marines say thank you to Patriot Guard Riders

By Lance Cpl. Jared Lingafelt | April 03, 2014

Marines form 2nd Marine Logistics Regiment gathered to thank the Patriot Guard Riders who support service members throughout the community.   The riders met Marines from 2nd Marine Logistics Group aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, March 26.  “We put this together to show the Patriot Guard Riders our appreciation for all they have been doing MORE
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Oglethorpe U. takes first in 43rd Intercollegiate Golf Tournament Oglethorpe U. takes first in 43rd Intercollegiate Golf Tournament

By Cpl. Joshua W. Grant | April 03, 2014

The 43rd annual Marine Federal Credit Union Intercollegiate Golf Championship was held at the Paradise Point Golf Course aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, March 27 to 30.  From the sunny weather during the practice session to the rain soaked fairways during the competition on Sunday, the students of Oglethorpe University battled the elements MORE
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Hoopii set to retire, pass post to Berry Hoopii set to retire, pass post to Berry

By Lance Cpl. Jackeline M. Perez Rivera | March 26, 2014

For the last three years, many of Sgt. Maj. Ernest K. Hoopii’s mornings have begun watching colors rise aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune’s headquarters building. Those moments are some of the memories, the sergeant major of Marine Corps Installations East - MCB Camp Lejeune values most as he looks forward to a new phase in his life, said MORE
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