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John Hollis, Marine Corps Base Quantico
Quantico Marines welcomed back some of their own during Saturday’s 35th Annual Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps Picnic at Weapons Range 3.
An update on a much-needed parking deck was the first order of business for Brig. Gen. Thomas D. Weidley, president of Marine Corps University, during an Aug. 13 Town Hall meeting at Breckinridge Auditorium.
Ameesha Felton, Marine Corps Base Quantico
Marines will undergo drug and alcohol testing at the same time and with greater frequency, following a policy change, outlined in Marine Administrative Message 364/14. Previously the Alcohol Screening Program required commanders to test 100 percent of the command population twice a year.
As the calendar draws closer to the start of its fourth quarter, two of the most prominent construction projects aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico are on schedule for completion.
David M. White, Marine Corps Base Quantico
The sun was barely up on the unseasonably cool morning Sunday as around 200 bicyclists from the base and the community gathered at Russell Elementary School aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico for the 2014 Cranky Monkey, a mountain biking race that covered 8.5 strenuous miles, looping up, down and around the hilly mainside campus.
Sgt. Sarah Fiocco, 8/21/2014
CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. - The 1st Marine Logistics Group's commanding general, Maj. Gen. Vincent A. Coglianese, pinned on another star as he was promoted to the rank of major general aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., Aug. 19, 2014. The promoting officer, Lt. Gen. David H. Berger, commanding general, I Marine Expeditionary Force, said Coglianese's
Cpl. Brendan Roethel, Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort
Military-wide changes to the military’s Tuition Assistance program will require troops to pay back funds if they perform poorly in class beginning Aug. 28. Service members taking undergraduate courses will have to achieve a grade of C or higher, and those taking graduate-level classes must obtain a grade of B or higher, or else they will be subject
Cpl. Sarah Cherry, Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort
Marine Wing Support Squadron 273 from Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort conducted field exercise 2-14 aboard Ft. Stewart in Hinesville, Ga., July 30 through August 8. Also participating in the exercise were Marines from Combat Logistics Company 23 and Marine Wing Communications Squadron 28 from Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point. The tasks
Verda L. Parker, August 21, 2014
A Marine Corps career, which began at 1st Battalion, 10th Marine Regiment, Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, 20 years ago, ended here Friday, in a ceremony held in his honor, at the Chapel of the Good Shepherd, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany. The milestone, which marked the retirement of MCLB Albany’s executive officer, Lt. Col. Daniel L. Bates,
Lt. Cmdr. Donald Mitchell, August 21, 2014
The Naval Branch Health Clinic Albany at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany is offering school physicals and immunizations including a special clinic Saturday from 8-11 a.m., by appointment only. Georgia law requires health exams and immunizations documentation for all K-12 students. A school entry health exam, Form DH 3300, is required for all