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USDA wildlife biologists and conservation law enforcement officers at MCAS New River were monitoring the activities of this alligator due to its proximity to the barracks at AS-4015. Unfortunately, people have been actively feeding this alligator which is why it moved towards the camera when a piece of grass was thrown its way. Alligators are usually shy and
secretive, but lose their fear of people and begin to associate them with food when humans toss food their way. In addition to being illegal, feeding an alligator is dangerous and creates a safety issue if they become
habituated to being fed by humans. In the case of this specific alligator, plans were in the works to capture and relocate it to a remote location elsewhere on the installation. The very next day, the alligator had moved to another unknown location. Here at MCB Camp Lejeune or MCAS New River, if you believe an alligator is being fed or is a safety concern, please call 911 and wildlife officials will be dispatched to investigate.

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Major Capers: The Legend of Team Broadminded
- 50 classified missions
- Wounded 19 times in battle
- Face of the iconic "Ask a Marine" recruiting campaign

Commanders: Reserve seats for your unit to attend this all-hands PME on Tuesday, July 31 at 0930 at the Camp Lejeune Base Theater. After the screening of this documentary, there will be a Q&A session with Major Capers followed by light refreshments on the front lawn.

Please send reservation requests to william.hildreth@usmc-mccs.org no later than noon on Friday, July 20.

This event is open to active-duty personnel only.

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Marines, as summer temperatures rise, so does our energy use. You can control our consumption by closing blinds to reduce solar heating and keep rooms cool, making sure windows and doors aren’t open when the air conditioner is on, and turning off fans when you leave a room. #EnergyEthos

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MCAS NEW RIVER ID CARD CENTER APPOINTMENTS CANCELLED JULY 18-31, 2018

Due to a system error, all scheduled appointments from July 18-31 have been cancelled. Customers must reschedule their appointment for the next available date and time using the following website: https://rapids-appointments.dmdc.osd.mil.

Customers may utilize the walk-in service if they prefer, but wait-times may be lengthy. We are working with DMDC to rectify the problem and sincerely apologize for this
inconvenience.

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Looking to take your football skills to the collegiate level? The Football Combine is a regional FREE event hosted by Athletes of Valor​ that gives active duty #Marines and #Sailors the opportunity to display their strength, power and athleticism with guidance from highly experienced coaches. For more information or to register, please visit https://www.athletesofvalor.com/events/2018-camp-lejeune-marine-corps-football-combine#register

MCCS Sponsor. No Federal or DoD endorsement implied.

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FREE Advance Screening: Teen Titans Go! To The Movies
Saturday, July 21 at 6:00 p.m. - doors open at 5:00 p.m. at the MCAS New River theater.

For full details and sneak preview policy, visit www.mccslejeune-newriver.com/movies or call 910-449-9344.

Happy Birthday 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing - you make 77 look good!

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On this week’s episode of Real Quick, we have information on Troops to Teachers, Family Child Care orientation classes, a big thank you to all the service members and staff that worked to support BaseFEST and a special shout out to the HITT Athletes of the Year from Camp Lejeune and MCAS New River.

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U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) announces policy change on transfer of Post-9/11 GI Bill benefits. Effective one year from the date of this change, eligibility to transfer those benefits will be limited to service members with less than 16 years of total active-duty or selected reserve service, as applicable. Read more at https://go.usa.gov/xUkbd.

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We apologize that we can no longer provide priority service on Wednesdays for our Senior Officers and Senior Enlisted.

Effective 24 June 2018, the MCAS New River ID Card Center implemented an appointment based system. Appointments can be scheduled now by accessing https://rapids-appointments.dmdc.osd.mil.

We encourage everyone with the capability, to take advantage of this system. The ID card center will continue servicing walk-ins daily for those having expired, expiring, lost/stolen, or damaged ID's; new enrollments, email updates, and individuals without computer access. However, wait-times may be extended due to the priority of the appointment customers.

For questions contact our office at (910) 449-7695 or (910) 449-4774. You can find additional information on our website:
http://www.newriver.marines.mil/Welcome-Aboard/Pass-ID/.

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In this week's edition of the Camp Lejeune Globe: a recap of BaseFEST, water survival training, the differences in VA disability and Social Security disability, sports and community events across the region. The Globe is available for free at your local news stand and online at www.camplejeuneglobe.com.

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Stop by Camp Lejeune today and pick up some fresh produce from the Onslow County Farmers' Market. They will be in the parking lot adjacent the base library from 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m., near the corner of Holcomb Blvd. and Birch Street. #ShopLocal

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#DYK the Marine Corps has two birthdays? Happy 220th Birthday ... again! #SemperFi

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There is still time to register for the Sand-Sational at Onslow Beach, Camp Lejeune this Saturday, July 14th. See below for registration information and details.

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The FY19 HQMC MMOA command visit will be conducted at MCAS New River from August 14-17, 2018. Officer briefs on MCAS New River will take place at the station theater on August 14 at 8:00 a.m. If you wish to schedule an individual appointment at MCAS New River (aviation officers), please contact Mr. Troy McKinney at 910-449-5469 or troy.mckinney@usmc.mil.

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Did you see Tyler Farr at #BaseFEST2018? Check out what he did before he got on stage and performed!

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If you missed BaseFEST this year, check out the Independence Day video highlighting the Carolina MAGTF. #MondayMotivation

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The Armed Services Blood Program (ASBP) at Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune is excited to announce that walk-in donors will now be accepted at the Blood Donor Center on Monday’s and Thursday’s from 0800-1400 starting Monday, July 9th. Appointments are not needed but are encouraged to help cut back on wait times. For more information, please call Wendy Binder at 910-450-3458.

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Show your support for the MCAS Cherry Point Air Show by visiting USAToday's contest page and voting them as the Best Air Show in America!

It's almost here - the biggest event of the year. Come out to Camp Lejeune and celebrate America's 242nd birthday tomorrow with a fantastic line-up of music, food, fun and games! Check out http://www.mccslejeune-newriver.com/july4/ for all the details or download the BaseFEST app.

Before you take some time off for the 4th of July, make sure to power down! Turn off lights, unplug electronics, reduce A/C usage, and shut down equipment before leaving work. These actions help support the Marine Corps mission, saving energy for when it’s needed most. #EnergyEthos #4thofJuly

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On this week's episode of Real Quick, we have information on the Onslow Beach, Camp Lejeune Seaside Cinema, Goin' Postal, BaseFEST, and our weekly shout out.

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