MCB CAMP LEJEUNE NEWS

Base welcomes community leaders

Story by LCpl Karina Lopezmata on 09/18/2019 Camp Lejeune leaders hosted 22 officials from local municipalities for a luncheon designed to educate them on the base's mission and hear their concerns at the Paradise Point Officers' Club Sept. 13, 2019. U.S. Marine Corps Maj. Gen. Julian D. Alford, commanding general,
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Honoring excellence: Navy and Marine Corps Association Leadership Award

Story by Cpl Timothy Lutz on 09/17/2019 Marines and Sailors of 2nd Marine Division (2d MarDiv) stood silently in formation to honor their fellow servicemembers during a Navy and Marine Corps Association (NMA) Leadership Awards ceremony on Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, August 27, 2019. The Navy and Marine Corps Associatio
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Agency helps community prepare for the storm

Story by Timothy Hoyle on 09/12/2019 As Hurricane Dorian took its toll in the Caribbean, news reports told of residents in Florida, South Carolina and North Carolina preparing to face the huge storm. Among those preparing were the officers of the Horry County Police Department who visited a Defense Logistic
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2019 HITT Championship tests peak physical performers

Story by Sgt Mackenzie Gibson on 09/11/2019 MARINE CORPS BASE QUANTICO, Va.-- Four days, seven challenges, several dozen competitors, but only two may become champions. Marines from far and wide accept this annual challenge, and there is no exception this year at the 2019 High Intensity Tactical Training Championship aboard
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Hurricane Dorian makes landfall nearly one year after Florence wrecked the Carolinas

Story by Cpl Ashley Gomez on 09/11/2019 Shortly before the one year anniversary of Hurricane Florence, Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune was hit with another storm, Hurricane Dorian on Sept. 5. Although Dorian weakened to a Category 1 storm, it still caused damage with strong winds and heavy rain. Nat
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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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