MCB CAMP LEJEUNE

Camp Lejeune feels the burn

Story by LCpl Ashley Gomez on 02/06/2019 MARINE CORPS BASE CAMP LEJEUNE, N.C. The faint smell of smoke in the air may cause uneasiness for commuters and residents, but when it comes to training, protecting and maintaining the environment, the reason for the smoke is extremely important. Prescribed burns, also
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Leaders shine light on Florence damages during State of the Community

Story by Cpl Jonathan Sosner on 02/06/2019 From the outside looking in, buildings on Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune do not look a whole lot different than they did at this time last year. Upon closer inspection, however, there are billions of dollars of interior damage to facilities and still
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"UNCOMMON VALOR WAS A COMMON VIRTUE"

This week we are republishing a story that appeared on our pages on this date in history. 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 features the 16th anniversary
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Marines and sailors improve CASEVAC operations through TCCC training

Story by LCpl Damion Hatch on 02/05/2019 The difference between life and death is having the skills necessary to treat wounded on the battlefield. Tactical combat casualty care training teaches Marines and Sailors how to treat a casualty quickly and successfully to save lives. Marines and Sailors with 8th Engineer
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The Calm After The Storm

Story by CPO Stephen Hickok on 02/05/2019 America's deadliest recorded hurricane made landfall at the turn of the 20th century. Close to 8,000 lives were lost and the island of Galveston, Texas was completely destroyed. Recent storms like Harvey, Irma, Katrina, Maria, Michael and others have threatened coastal regions with
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Lime Bikes offer alternatives for Marines

As any enlisted Marine who went through the School of Infantry on the Camp Geiger will tell you, Marine Corps Air Station New River can be quite large if your only option is to walk. Starting on January 12, MCAS New River will offer a new way for Marines to
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