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TRAFFIC ADVISORY: The outside two inbound lanes and all outbound lanes at the Wilson Gate are CLOSED until further notice. Emergency maintenance is being conducted in vicinity of the gate requiring the temporary lane closures. All motorists are advised to seek alternate routes.

On this week's episode of Real Quick, we have information about the Save a Life Tour, the Marine Raiders Mud Sweat and Tears Mud Run, co-existing with alligators and our weekly shout out.

Real Quick Ep. 61

On this week's episode of Real Quick, we have information about the Save a Life Tour, the Marine Raiders Mud Sweat and Tears Mud Run, co-existing with alligators and our weekly shout out.

Posted by Camp Lejeune on Monday, April 23, 2018

TRAFFIC NOTICE: At this time all outbound lanes at the Wilson Gate are closed. Please plan accordingly. As soon as the gate opens for outbound traffic, we will let you know.

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U.S. Marine Prepares for Louisiana Seafood Cook-off

Join us tomorrow, April 22, in rooting for Sgt. Meadows, a food service specialist, as he competes in the Louisiana Seafood Cook-off hosted by NolaNavyWeek. Military culinary specialists will be paired with top New Orleans chefs to create a dish using local seafood and Tabasco hot sauce. Guest judges will sample the dishes and name the winning team. #FlavorYourWorld #Nola #NavyWeek

Posted by 2nd Marine Expeditionary Brigade on Saturday, April 21, 2018

Throttle Back Thursday- Rob Holland Ultimate Airshows

From its humble beginnings as an open house on May 20, 1950, to becoming a full-fledged air show; we are proud to have entertained millions of fans over the decades. As we continue to bring aerobatic performers known the world over to Eastern North Carolina Skies, our Throttle Back Thursday series will revisit past performers who are currently scheduled to appear at the upcoming 2018 MCAS Cherry Point Air Show, May 4-6. (U.S. Marine Corps Video by Lance Cpl. Andrew King/ Released)

Posted by MCAS Cherry Point Air Show on Thursday, April 19, 2018

Marine Corps Installations East took the initiative to stop burning coal and decentralize most of their steam plants to benefit the installations, the environment and the surrounding communities.
Smoke and ash are no longer released into the environment as a byproduct of coal.
Natural gas and fuel oils are now burned in the place of coal as a more environmentally friendly alternative.
For the full story check out this week's edition of The Globe at your local news stands or online at https://goo.gl/TRJwuQ

Helping the environment at MCIEAST Part 2

Marine Corps Installations East took the initiative to stop burning coal and decentralize most of their steam plants to benefit the installations, the environment and the surrounding communities. Smoke and ash are no longer released into the environment as a byproduct of coal. Natural gas and fuel oils are now burned in the place of coal as a more environmentally friendly alternative.For the full story check out this week's edition of The Globe at your local news stands or online at https://goo.gl/TRJwuQ

Posted by Camp Lejeune on Thursday, April 19, 2018

In this week's edition of the Globe: Learn more about the Marine South Military Expo, Dr. Zev Harel’s experience in the Holocaust, Marine Corps Installations East discontinuing the use of coal, and much more. The Globe is available for free at your local news stands and www.camplejeuneglobe.com

FROM THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE: The National Weather Service office in Morehead City / Newport has issued a SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT for increased fire danger in effect until 8 p.m. today for the base and portions of the surrounding community, including Carteret, Craven, Duplin, Jones and Onslow counties in North Carolina. West winds gusting to 25 to 30 mph combined with relative humidities of 30 to 35 percent will result in elevated fire danger conditions this afternoon. Outdoor burning is discouraged. Please refer to your local burn permitting authority on whether you can burn. If you do burn, use extreme caution and ensure fire suppression equipment is readily available. For the full advisory, please visit https://go.usa.gov/xQDtU.

Marine Minute: Farewell Gunny

Marine Minute: Farewell GunnyThe Corps says good bye to "The Gunny."

Posted by DMA Marines on Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Once a Marine, always a Marine - and these Marines can throw some punches. Veterans of the All-Marine Boxing team were inducted into the Marine Corps Boxing Hall of Fame at Camp Lejeune, April 14.

Once a Marine, always a Marine - and these Marines can throw some punches. Veterans of the All-Marine Boxing team were inducted into the Marine Corps Boxing Hall of Fame at Camp Lejeune, April 14.

Posted by Camp Lejeune on Wednesday, April 18, 2018

The Onslow County Farmers Market will be on base tomorrow, April 19 at the parking lot adjacent to the base library. Join us from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. to get your fresh fruits and vegetables. 🍎🍌🍑🍒🥕🌽🌶🥒🥦

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75th Anniversary

We have a very special day coming up on May 1st. Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune will be celebrating 75 years of care aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune. It is an honor to serve warfighters, veterans and their families for the last seven and a half decades. Do you have a fond memory of time spent at NMCCL? Share it below and stay tuned. It may be used at a later date! #NMCCL #75thAnniversary #75YearsofCare #USNavy #USMC #NavyMedicine

Posted by Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune on Monday, April 16, 2018

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Marines with Marine Rotational Force-Europe 18.1 honed their skills during non-lethal riot control training at Vaernes Garnison, Norway, recently. The course taught the infantry Marines how to manage peaceful and violent demonstrators. The Marines practiced using shields, batons, inert OC spray and formations to diffuse various situations. Cpl. Gloria Lepko highlights the training, which was taught by a Marine law enforcement detachment. This training was just one of many events Marine Rotational Force-Europe 18.1 plans to conduct during their time in Norway. (U.S. Marine Corps video by Cpl. Gloria Lepko)

Camp Lejeune Marines learn riot control tactics during non-lethal training in Norway

Marines with Marine Rotational Force-Europe 18.1 honed their skills during non-lethal riot control training at Vaernes Garnison, Norway, recently. The course taught the infantry Marines how to manage peaceful and violent demonstrators. The Marines practiced using shields, batons, inert OC spray and formations to diffuse various situations. Cpl. Gloria Lepko highlights the training, which was taught by a Marine law enforcement detachment. This training was just one of many events Marine Rotational Force-Europe 18.1 plans to conduct during their time in Norway. (U.S. Marine Corps video by Cpl. Gloria Lepko)

Posted by Camp Lejeune on Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Real Quick Ep. 60

On this week's episode of Real Quick, we have information about MCCS health promotions, MCCS group exercise activities, the International Save a Life Tour and our weekly shout out.

Posted by Marine Corps Air Station New River on Monday, April 16, 2018

Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune's pharmacy refill drive thru window at the NH200 building is officially open for business! You can refill your prescription by calling 1-866-207-1028, selection option 2 for the drive thru window. ✂️💊🚙

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TRAFFIC ADVISORY: The Wilson Gate will be temporarily CLOSED to both inbound and outbound traffic beginning at 7 a.m. Saturday, April 21 until 4 p.m. Sunday, April 22 for maintenance of security equipment. During the maintenance period, all Wilson Boulevard traffic will be redirected to the Main Gate to enter or exit the installation, and all other gates will observe their normal hours of operation. PMO will place solar signs on Wilson Boulevard and US-17 to alert motorists of the temporary gate closure, and as soon as the maintenance is complete, PMO will reopen the gate and normal traffic patterns and operations will resume. All motorists are advised to plan their routes accordingly during this time.

Semper Fidelis!

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This app has everything you need to enjoy the MCAS Cherry Point Air Show whether you are a first time visitor or a returning spectator.

Are you EASing soon? Have you made your VA claim? The Disabled American Veterans Transition Service Office will help ease the process as well as expedite the filing of your VA claim. Located at Bldg. 501, N Street on Camp Lejeune, the DAV is open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Shaunne Moore, transition service officer with the DAV, recommends setting up your appointment 180 days prior to separation, however you can make your appointment up to your last day in the military. For Benefits Delivery at Discharge claims, your appointment must be more than 90 days prior to separation. Appointments can be made by emailing LMoore@davmail.org or by calling (910) 451-4205. You will need your medical records (printed or disk copy), marriage license, Social Security numbers of your dependents, divorce decrees if you or your spouse were previously married, and your banking account and routing number. "I love my job and want to help whoever I can, however active duty service members take priority," said Moore. Retirees and veterans wishing to make a VA claim through the DAV are referred to the DAV office at 300 Sherwood Rd, Jacksonville, NC. Their telephone number is (910) 455-3303. For more information, visit www.dav.org.

Coexisting with Alligators