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Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune

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Public Notice: Naval Hospital administering flu vaccines at Main Exchange Oct. 6-11 & 14-17

Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune will be administering flu vaccines at the Main Exchange aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune Monday, Oct. 6 through Saturday, Oct. 11 and Tuesday, Oct. 14 through Friday, Oct. 17 from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. each day. All non-active duty beneficiaries and DOD civilians must present a valid ID/CAC card to receive an influenza vaccination. The best way to prevent the flu is by getting vaccinated each year! The optimal time to receive the influenza vaccine is October through November, but getting the vaccine anytime during the winter months is beneficial, as influenza season can last up until May and once vaccinated your protection will last up to one year. For more information, please contact the Naval Hospital Immunization Hotline at (910) 450-4648 option 1.


Traffic Advisory: Scheduled overnight road closure on Stone Street through Oct. 10

There is a scheduled road closure on Stone Street to facilitate the installation of steel girders supporting the new Wilson Boulevard overpass starting Tuesday, Sept. 9 until Friday, Sept. 26 between the hours of 6 p.m. – 5 a.m. daily. Stone Street will be closed to ALL traffic, including E911 services, during these hours in the vicinity of the new Wilson Boulevard overpass Sept. 9-12 while contractors receive and set steel girders for the construction of the overpass. E911 services will be permitted through the work zone the following three weeks, Sept. 15-19, Sept. 22-26, Sept. 29 - Oct. 4 and Oct. 6-10, but will remain closed to all non-emergency traffic. Variable message signs will be placed at the intersections of Stone Street & Brewster Boulevard and Stone Street & Seth Williams Boulevard identifying the closure, and “detour” and “road closed” signs will be placed along the routes.

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Sailor fires up lawn mower for deployed Marines, sailors

By Cpl. Cameron Payne | September 18, 2014

When gearing up for a deployment, Marines are taught many different ways to organize their affairs to ensure the safety and well-being of their loved ones left on the home front. For a few families living in Heroes Manor aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, their fenced-in yards required cutting while their Marine was away, and two individuals MORE
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CFC prepares for another season of donations

By Cpl. Justin Rodriguez | September 16, 2014

The Combined Federal Campaign was established by President John F. Kennedy in 1961 and has raised billions of dollars since its inception, and hopes for a banner year in 2014. The CFC is an annual fundraising drive that allows federal civilian and service members to donate to local, national and international non-profit organizations. “The mission MORE
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Learning the basics: Motorcycle safety course

By Cpl. Justin Rodriguez | September 12, 2014

After losing more Marines to motorcycle accidents than Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2008, the commandant of the Marine Corps decided to implement a course to keep Marines safe on the road. Motorcycle Safety Foundation’s Basic Rider’s Course was implemented in 2008, and offers military personnel the opportunity to receive the knowledge, skill and MORE
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Onslow County Public Library hosts homeschool fair

By Lance Cpl. Mark Watola | September 12, 2014

Local homeschoolers and their parents learned about extracurricular activities available to them during the seventh Home School Fair at the Onslow County Public Library, in Jacksonville, North Carolina, Sept. 12. “There is a growing population of home school families,” said Kathleen McMillan, library technical assistant and Dayton, Ohio native. MORE
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