Marine Corps installations prepare for Hurricane Dorian on East Coast

By Marine Corps Installations Command Communication Strategy and Operations Staff WASHINGTON Marine Corps installations continue to prepare for the expected landfall of Hurricane Dorian this week along the east coast. Dorian's landfall is expected to impact the following Marine Corps installations: Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, MCAS New River
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Scrum for Warfighters

Story by LCpl Kelcey Seymour on 08/30/2019 Camp Lejeune, North Carolina The Marine Corps continues to look at new ways to adapt to an ever-changing environment through problem-solving. Marines recently completed the first iteration of Scrum for Warfighters course on Camp Johnson, North Carolina, August 16. "Scrum for Warfighters course
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NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic Outlines Navy's Strategy for Hurricane Florence Recovery to Potential Contractors

Story by Mike Andrews on 08/29/2019 CHARLOTTE, N.C. "Today, I'm going to challenge you." With this call to action, Rear Adm. Dean VanderLey, Commander, U.S. Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Atlantic set the tone for a day-long industry day that laid the foundation for an aggressive $1.7 billion military constructio
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NMCP Holds Psychology Intern Graduation

Story by PO1 Laura Myers on 08/28/2019 PORTSMOUTH, Va. (Aug. 27, 2019) Naval Medical Center Portsmouth held a graduation ceremony for the Psychology Intern class of 2019, Aug. 27. The six graduates, Lt. Jared Bollinger, Lt. Amber Hekler, Lt. Viktor Koltko, Lt. Michael Lombardi, Lt. Julia von Heeringen, and Lt.
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Team Seymour EOD teams up with U.S. Marines

Story by SrA Kenneth Boyton on 08/28/2019 Working on bombs and explosives can be a nerve-racking task for anyone. To help ensure that they come out unscathed, explosive ordnance disposal technicians continuously train on various types of explosives. On August 14 and 15, 2019, EOD technicians from the 8th Engineer
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Navy, Marine Corps Leaders Witness New Expeditionary Warfare USV in Action at ANTX Demonstration

Story by John Joyce on 08/26/2019 DAHLGREN, Va. The Navy civilian engineers who developed a unique weaponized unmanned surface vehicle (USV) tested by the Marine Corps in July envision that its technological capabilities will revolutionize naval warfare. The Expeditionary Warfare USV capable of performing force protection and long-range USV missio
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