Happening today for MCLB Albany personnel and spouses. See details below.
Raw, real, and uncut!!! These Navy Junior Reserve Officer Training cadets are getting a taste of what it takes to become a Marine.
For the first time ever, more than 40 cadets from Dekalb County will be staying here at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany for a week-long summer camp.
And from the looks of this greeting, it will be a very intense five days as they learn about basic leadership training.
Good luck cadets!!!!
A Marine spouse races a military child down the water slide during the Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany Family Day Celebration at Boyette Park, July 13.
The annual event is to recognize and show appreciation for the contributions active-duty service members make while serving. #marines #familyday #oorah
Marine Corps Logistics Base Commanding Officer Colonel Alphonso Trimble, is hosting a Family Day on Friday, July 13 from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. at Boyett Park for all service members and their families assigned to MCLB Albany and MARCORSYSCOM.
For more information, please contact the MCLB Albany Family Readiness Office at (229) 639-7887.
It's #TalkBackTuesday so let's talk. What are your favorite military phrases or lingo? Keep it clean... #marines #oorah
CONGRATULATIONS: For the first time since taking the post, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany Commanding Officer Alphonso Trimble recognized one civilian-Marine with a prestigious award.
This afternoon, Sendy Potts, Director, Manpower, received the Meritorious Civilian Service award.
Ms. Potts was instrumental in facilitating mutual beneficial partnerships between the installation and local governments that reduced operating and service costs, diminished risks and enhanced community relationships and is expected to save the installation hundreds of thousands of dollars over the next few years.
Congrats Sendy Potts!!!
TV ALERT: We're just a few hours shy of the Military Heroes Special that airs tonight on WALB News 10 tonight!
Several Marines were interviewed for the piece:
1stLt. Delaney Bourlakov, Base Adjutant
MSgt. Jeremy Singleton, Military Personnel SNCOIC
Sgt. Christopher Alexander, Base Post Office
Sgt. Hope Timberlake, Base Post Office
WALB is scheduled to air the military heroes segment tonight at 7 p.m. (cable channel 9); and again at 7:30 p.m. (cable channel 3).
#share #usmc #oorah
TV ALERT: Several members of the MCLB Albany command will be featured in WALB News 10 Military Heroes Special.
WALB is scheduled to air the military heroes segment on Thursday, July 5th at 7 p.m. (cable channel 9); and again at 7:30 p.m. (cable channel 3).
Several members of the MCLB Albany command were interviewed.
Stay tuned to find out which Marines will be featured in the special!!!
In honor of and appreciation for your service, Wild Adventures Theme Park is offering free admission for active-duty military, veterans and retirees. Visit the site for additional details.
Sgt. Keaton Kane, clerk, headquarters company office, MCLB Albany, explains what Independence Day means to him.
* SPECIAL NOTICE: MCLB Albany Independence Day Celebration Security
** PROHIBITED ITEMS:
Firearms and other weapons - Weapons are strictly prohibited regardless of
permit or status, including firearms, stun guns, knives (including pocket
knives, box cutters, scissors and multi-tools), replica or toy weapons, pepper spray/mace, throwing stars, nun-chucks, batons, large heavy chain-link jewelry or belts, fireworks and laser pointers.
Anyone found with these items will be immediately detained by MCLB Albany Police Department and turned over to local authorities.
Drones/UAS - Unmanned Aircraft Systems, including "toys" are not permitted.
The FAA has prohibited all UAS flight operations within the airspace defined
under NOTAM FDC 7/7282.
Walking sticks - Only exception is handicap use.
Transmitters or walkie-talkies of any kind.
Containers, coolers, picnic bags/baskets, Ruc sacks, backpacks, duffle bags
Pets - Only service animals are allowed. Service animals are defined as
animals that are individually trained to do work or perform tasks for people
with disabilities. Examples of such work or tasks include guiding people who
are blind, alerting people who are deaf, pulling a wheelchair, alerting and
protecting a person who is having a seizure, reminding a person with mental
illness to take prescribed medications, calming a person with Post Traumatic
Stress Disorder (PTSD) during an anxiety attack, or performing other duties.
Service animals are working animals, not pets. The work or task a dog has
been trained to provide must be directly related to the person's disability.
Dogs whose sole function is to provide comfort or emotional support do not
qualify as service animals under the ADA.
Alcoholic Beverages -- Beer, wine, liquor, etc. etc. are prohibited.
** APPROVED ITEMS -- BUT SUBJECT TO SEARCH:
Pagers/Cell Phones - You might be asked to turn them on and off to validate
Cameras - Please do not load them with film. Security personnel might ask
you to open them. Film can be loaded after clearing security. Digital
cameras might have to be turned off and on to validate their authenticity.
Video Cameras - Security personnel might ask you to open them to validate
Camera Bags and Tripods - Small camera bags will be allowed, but are subject
to be searched. Tripods will also be allowed.
Diaper Bags, Baby Strollers, Wheel Chairs, Wagons and Lawn Chairs - All
items are subject to be searched.
Medications - Are subject to be searched. Should you have a medical
condition that requires you to carry a needle to administer medication, you
will be allowed to enter the Installation; however you are asked that you
disclose this information upon your arrival before being searched, and have
proper equipment for disposal of used needles. In addition, all roving
Emergency Medical Specialist and First Aid Stations will have Sharps
containers for disposal of any needles or medical waste.
** SECURITY INFORMATION
When arriving aboard MCLB Albany, pay strict attention to signs and
directions by military and civilian law enforcement personnel. There will be
designated entry points to enter the public show area. These will be the
only points that spectators will be allowed to enter. Come early, pay attention to all signs and announcements during our event.
Do not touch or climb on any military vehicles or equipment displays unless
you are invited to do so by the Marines in charge of each display.
Watch for tent ropes and vendor tie-down chains.
Observe all signs, including the ones that say "Do Not Touch" or "Do Not Pass
** FIRST AID
Drink plenty of fluids.
Apply sunscreen often. Temperatures in Boyett Park Field typically are
higher than normal. Bring a hat to protect the top of your head.
Take time out to rest during the day.
First aid tents will be available.
Please ask any of our Staff for help!