Children, Youth and Teen Program form a parade, set up displays in observance of Month of the Military Child.
ATTENTION: Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow will be conducting a base wide security exercise beginning Monday, April 23 and will continue through April 26.
The Leatherneck Lanes bowling center opened with a fresh new look, inside and out, a full-serice snack bar and a lot of anticipation.
Marines and civilian Marines recognized during quarterly event.
Children with the Child Development Center plant pinwheels to show their support of Child Abuse Prevention Month aboard MCLB Barstow
From retirements, to school a visit, to an Easter Egg Hunt and Roll, MCLB Barstow stayed quite busy.
Staff Sgt. Nicholas Hensley, base operations chief, strolls back from the firing line to reload a Benelli shotgun during the Headquarters Company three-gun competition, Feb. 23.
Although the Commandant's Own will not perform on MCLB this year, here's a list of locations nearby.
Dr. Todd R. Calhoun (left), executive director, Marine Corps Installations Command, fields a question from an MCLB Barstow staff member during his tour, Feb. 21. Maj. Alfredo T. Romero, director, MCLB S-4, listens to Calhoun's response.
Colonel Sekou Karega, commanding officer, and Sgt. Maj. Sergio MartinezRuiz, base sergeant major, accept a Proclamation honoring Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow's 75 years of service to the Marine Corps and the Barstow community from Mayor Julie Hackbarth-McIntyre, Mayor Pro-Tem Carmen Hernandez and City Council Members Tim Silva and Merrill Gracey, during a City Council meeting held in Barstow, Calif., Feb. 20. The Proclamation highlights the many ways that MCLB Barstow has positively impacted the local community to include offering skilled jobs and strong community relationships.
MCLB Barstow Marines conduct Security Augmentation Force training to remain ready for any contingency.
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