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NY Army National Guard Aviators give a lift to Albany-area ROTC Cadets

Story by SPC Andrew Valenza on 04/09/2018 CAMP JOHNSON, COLCHESTER, Vermont New York Army National Guard aircrews from the 3rd Battalion, 142nd Aviation Battalion provided tactical airlift to assist the training of cadets from the Army Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) during their spring semester tactical training here near Burlington,
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LOGCOM receives ADEDC's Economic Impact Award

Story by Nathan Hanks on 04/06/2018 Maj. Gen. Craig C. Crenshaw, commanding general, LOGCOM, accepted the award during the ADEDC's 2018 Albany-Dougherty Industry Awards presentation and credited investment in the local community to the command's success. "Thank you on behalf of the many Marines and civilian-Marines who serve at Marine
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Career Marine recalls 30 years of service to Corps, nation

Story by Nathan Hanks on 04/06/2018 Maj. Gen. Craig C. Crenshaw, retiring official and commanding general, LOGCOM, said Murphy's retirement was bittersweet. "We are very fortunate to have had Sergeant Major Murphy in our ranks and I say that with the most utmost sincerity," Crenshaw said. "The impact of what
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Secret move of the 77th Division from Long Island was not so secret in 1918

Story by Eric Durr on 04/06/2018 YPAHANK, N.Y.--The move from Camp Upton, Long Island to France was supposed to be secret, but when the U.S. Army's 77th Division left in March and April 1918, everybody in New York City-- the hometown for most of the 23,000 men-- seemed to know
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All-woman Marine color guard opens for Women's Final Four Semi-finals

Story by LCpl Naomi Marcom on 03/31/2018 COLUMBUS, Ohio The four Marines shined the brims of their covers, polished their shoes, donned their white belts and gold buckles and aligned their ribbons. They prepared to present their rifles and flags during the national anthem for a crowd of nearly 20,000,
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Mainstay in Marine Corps education retires

Story by Keith Hayes on 03/08/2018 The Marine Corps is losing a pillar of the education community now that Francis Villeme has retired from his job as Personal and Professional Development Program site manager for Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, Calif., Feb. 28. In one form or another, the retired
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