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Marines on MCAS New River receive 11th Consecutive JOSAC Award

Story by Sgt Breanna Weisenberger on 03/13/2019 Marines of Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron, Marine Corps Air Station New River were presented with the Joint Operational Support Airlift Center Squadron of the Year award and the 2nd place overall Unit of the Year award by U.S. Transport Command's Director of Operations,
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Contractors and vendors running out of time to secure new base credentials

Story by Cpl Jonathan Sosner on 03/13/2019 Beginning April 1, 2019, all non-affiliated contractors, vendors and other non-Department of Defense personnel will be unable to access Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune and Marine Corps Air Station New River unless they have secured a Defense Biometric I.D. System (DBIDS) credential. Personnel
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BLT 2/8 Ends Training; Makes First Med Landing

This week we are republishing a story that appeared on our pages on this date in history from the 1963 edition. We hope it will give you an appreciation for our Corps' illustrious heritage and a unique look at the style and tone of journalism during these years. Today's article
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SLP makes transitions for military school age children easier

Story by LCpl Karina Lopezmata on 03/13/2019 Military life can be filled with unique challenges that are unequaled through the eyes of a child. As the families move from one duty station to another, children often attend a number of different schools. The average child in a military family will
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Hoisting the colors: 2d MarDiv quarterly awards

Story by Cpl Liah Smuin on 03/12/2019 With flags flying high in the cool North Carolina breeze, Marines and Sailors participated in the morning colors ceremony at Camp Lejeune, N.C., February. 26, 2019. Servicemembers with 2nd Marine Division performed the quarterly ceremony at headquarters to celebrate the accomplishments of Marine
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A Night to Shine: V26 connects with community

Story by Cpl Liah Smuin on 02/25/2019 Prom is widely considered to be a quintessential American experience, but people with special needs don't always have the opportunity to attend a traditional prom. Recently, volunteers from Camp Lejeune teamed up with a charitable organization to celebrate a night to remember. U.S.
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