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The annual 2016 Black History observance will be held Wed., Feb. 10, 10:30-11:30 a.m. at the Chapel of the Good Shepherd, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany. 

City of Albany's Chief of Police, Michael Persley is the keynote speaker. The theme for this year's ceremony is "Hallowed Grounds: Sites of African American Memories." Refer to the photo for more information and contacts.
Installation officials schedule annual 2016 Black History Program
The annual 2016 Black History observance will be held Wed., Feb. 10, 10:30-11:30 a.m. at the Chapel of the Good Shepherd, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany. City of Albany's Chief of Police, Michael Persley is the keynote speaker. The theme for this year's ceremony is "Hallowed Grounds: Sites of African American Memories." Refer to the photo for more information and contacts.
Anthony Eitel, director, Assessment and Accountability, Georgia Department of Education, educates active-duty service members, their spouses and the installation’s civilian personnel about the new Georgia Milestones Assessment System’s requirements for testing the area’s school-aged children. Base officials sponsored the ‘Lunch and Learn,’ Jan. 28, at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s Town and Country Restaurant and Ballroom.
Georgia Milestones ‘Lunch and Learn’ forum educates DOD parents
Anthony Eitel, director, Assessment and Accountability, Georgia Department of Education, educates active-duty service members, their spouses and the installation’s civilian personnel about the new Georgia Milestones Assessment System’s requirements for testing the area’s school-aged children. Base officials sponsored the ‘Lunch and Learn,’ Jan. 28, at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s Town and Country Restaurant and Ballroom.
Anthony Eitel, director, Assessment and Accountability, Georgia Department of Education, educates active-duty service members, their spouses and the installation’s civilian personnel about the new Georgia Milestones Assessment System’s requirements for testing the area’s school-aged children. Base officials sponsored the ‘Lunch and Learn,’ Jan. 28, at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s Town and Country Restaurant and Ballroom.
Georgia Milestones ‘Lunch and Learn’ forum educates DOD parents
Anthony Eitel, director, Assessment and Accountability, Georgia Department of Education, educates active-duty service members, their spouses and the installation’s civilian personnel about the new Georgia Milestones Assessment System’s requirements for testing the area’s school-aged children. Base officials sponsored the ‘Lunch and Learn,’ Jan. 28, at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s Town and Country Restaurant and Ballroom.
Active-duty service members, their spouses as well as the installation’s civilian personnel attend a ‘Lunch and Learn’ forum, Jan. 28, at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s Town and Country Restaurant and Ballroom. Base officials sponsored the event to address questions parents of school-aged children may have as the State rolls out the new 2016 Georgia Milestones Assessment System and testing requirements for the area’s students.
Georgia Milestones ‘Lunch and Learn’ forum educates DOD parents
Active-duty service members, their spouses as well as the installation’s civilian personnel attend a ‘Lunch and Learn’ forum, Jan. 28, at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s Town and Country Restaurant and Ballroom. Base officials sponsored the event to address questions parents of school-aged children may have as the State rolls out the new 2016 Georgia Milestones Assessment System and testing requirements for the area’s students.
Peggy Haire, program analyst, Logistics Services Management Center, Marine Corps Logistics Command, receives the 2016 Ambassador of the Year award from Ed Newsome, incoming board chairman, Albany Area Chamber of Commerce, during the Albany Area Chamber of Commerce 106th annual meeting held at the Hilton Garden Inn and Conference Center in Albany, Georgia, Jan. 21.
LOGCOM civilian-Marine named Ambassador of the Year
Peggy Haire, program analyst, Logistics Services Management Center, Marine Corps Logistics Command, receives the 2016 Ambassador of the Year award from Ed Newsome, incoming board chairman, Albany Area Chamber of Commerce, during the Albany Area Chamber of Commerce 106th annual meeting held at the Hilton Garden Inn and Conference Center in Albany, Georgia, Jan. 21.
Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany young duck hunters gather at Indian Lake, aboard the installation, for a photo at the end of Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s annual Youth Duck Hunt, Jan. 16.
Base annual duck hunt strengthens family ties
Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany young duck hunters gather at Indian Lake, aboard the installation, for a photo at the end of Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s annual Youth Duck Hunt, Jan. 16.
Gunnery Sgt. David A. Kelley, assault amphibious vehicle technician, Marine Corps Systems Command, uses his duck call to call in ducks during Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s annual Youth Duck Hunt, Jan. 16.
Base annual duck hunt strengthens family ties
Gunnery Sgt. David A. Kelley, assault amphibious vehicle technician, Marine Corps Systems Command, uses his duck call to call in ducks during Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s annual Youth Duck Hunt, Jan. 16.
A young duck hunter aims at a flock of duck flying toward him during Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s annual Youth Duck Hunt, Jan. 16.
Base annual duck hunt strengthens family ties
A young duck hunter aims at a flock of duck flying toward him during Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s annual Youth Duck Hunt, Jan. 16.
Gunnery Sgt. David A. Kelley, assault amphibious vehicle technician, Marine Corps Systems Command, gathers his spread of ducks at the end of Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s annual Youth Duck Hunt, Jan. 16.
Base annual duck hunt strengthens family ties
Gunnery Sgt. David A. Kelley, assault amphibious vehicle technician, Marine Corps Systems Command, gathers his spread of ducks at the end of Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s annual Youth Duck Hunt, Jan. 16.
1st Sgt. Marshall Gregg, company first sergeant, Headquarters Company East, Marine Corps Logistics Command, and a young duck hunter waits patiently for ducks to fly into range during Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s annual Youth Duck Hunt, Jan. 16.
Base annual duck hunt strengthens family ties
1st Sgt. Marshall Gregg, company first sergeant, Headquarters Company East, Marine Corps Logistics Command, and a young duck hunter waits patiently for ducks to fly into range during Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s annual Youth Duck Hunt, Jan. 16.
A young duck hunter uses her duck call during Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s annual Youth Duck Hunt, Jan. 16.
Base annual duck hunt strengthens family ties
A young duck hunter uses her duck call during Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s annual Youth Duck Hunt, Jan. 16.
Gunnery Sgt. David A. Kelley, assault amphibious vehicle technician, Marine Corps Systems Command, shows a young duck hunter how to properly load a shotgun during Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s annual Youth Duck Hunt, Jan. 16.
Base annual duck hunt strengthens family ties
Gunnery Sgt. David A. Kelley, assault amphibious vehicle technician, Marine Corps Systems Command, shows a young duck hunter how to properly load a shotgun during Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s annual Youth Duck Hunt, Jan. 16.
Master Sgt. William Tolleson (center), procurement chief, Contracts Department, Marine Corps Logistics Command, receives the 2016 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Dream Award at the Albany James H. Gray Sr. Civic Center for the 21st annual King Day Celebration to pay tribute to the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., noted civil rights leader, Jan. 19. The award is presented by Ken Hodges (left) and Billie Robinson (right), both co-chairmen of the King Day Celebration Committee.
LOGCOM Marine receives 2016 King Dream Award
Master Sgt. William Tolleson (center), procurement chief, Contracts Department, Marine Corps Logistics Command, receives the 2016 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Dream Award at the Albany James H. Gray Sr. Civic Center for the 21st annual King Day Celebration to pay tribute to the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., noted civil rights leader, Jan. 19. The award is presented by Ken Hodges (left) and Billie Robinson (right), both co-chairmen of the King Day Celebration Committee.
Master Sgt. William Tolleson, procurement chief, Contracts Department, Marine Corps Logistics Command, receives the 2016 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Dream Award at the Albany James H. Gray Sr. Civic Center for the 21st annual King Day Celebration to pay tribute to the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., noted civil rights leader, Jan. 19.
LOGCOM Marine receives 2016 King Dream Award
Master Sgt. William Tolleson, procurement chief, Contracts Department, Marine Corps Logistics Command, receives the 2016 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Dream Award at the Albany James H. Gray Sr. Civic Center for the 21st annual King Day Celebration to pay tribute to the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., noted civil rights leader, Jan. 19.
Master Sgt. William Tolleson, procurement chief, Contracts Department, Marine Corps Logistics Command, receives the 2016 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Dream Award at the Albany James H. Gray Sr. Civic Center for the 21st annual King Day Celebration to pay tribute to the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., noted civil rights leader, Jan. 19.
LOGCOM Marine receives 2016 King Dream Award
Master Sgt. William Tolleson, procurement chief, Contracts Department, Marine Corps Logistics Command, receives the 2016 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Dream Award at the Albany James H. Gray Sr. Civic Center for the 21st annual King Day Celebration to pay tribute to the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., noted civil rights leader, Jan. 19.
Sgt. Maj. Ronald Green, sergeant major of the Marine Corps, addresses Marines and Sailors during his first visit to Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany. Green, the 18th SMMC, spoke to the installation’s active-duty service members in a Town Hall Meeting held at the Base Theater, Jan. 21.
SMMC visits installation, addresses service members in Town Hall
Sgt. Maj. Ronald Green, sergeant major of the Marine Corps, addresses Marines and Sailors during his first visit to Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany. Green, the 18th SMMC, spoke to the installation’s active-duty service members in a Town Hall Meeting held at the Base Theater, Jan. 21.
Sgt. Maj. Ronald Green, sergeant major of the Marine Corps, addresses Marines and Sailors during his first visit to Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany. Green, the 18th SMMC, spoke to the installation’s active-duty service members in a Town Hall Meeting held at the Base Theater, Jan. 21.
SMMC visits installation, addresses service members in Town Hall
Sgt. Maj. Ronald Green, sergeant major of the Marine Corps, addresses Marines and Sailors during his first visit to Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany. Green, the 18th SMMC, spoke to the installation’s active-duty service members in a Town Hall Meeting held at the Base Theater, Jan. 21.
Julie Robbins (front), natural resources manager, and Sgt. Greg Rieder, both with Environmental Branch, Installation and Environment Division, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, conducts the installation’s annual prescribed burning of base timber, Jan 11.
Natural Resources officials plan for seven-month control burn season
Julie Robbins (front), natural resources manager, and Sgt. Greg Rieder, both with Environmental Branch, Installation and Environment Division, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, conducts the installation’s annual prescribed burning of base timber, Jan 11.
Forestry debris smolders as the fire line advances during Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany annual prescribed burning of base timber, Jan 11.
Natural Resources officials plan for seven-month control burn season
Forestry debris smolders as the fire line advances during Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany annual prescribed burning of base timber, Jan 11.
Heavy smoke looms in the air from smoldering ash on the forest floor as Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s Natural Resources section begins its annual prescribed burning of base timber, Jan 11.
Natural Resources officials plan for seven-month control burn season
Heavy smoke looms in the air from smoldering ash on the forest floor as Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s Natural Resources section begins its annual prescribed burning of base timber, Jan 11.
The Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany Choir renders musical selections to attendees at the annual observance of the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The celebration, which is an annual event, was held at the installation’s Chapel of the Good Shepherd, Jan. 13. A large number in the crowd stood, clapped and joined in as the choir performed for the occasion.
Base personnel, community guests pack Base Chapel for King Observance
The Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany Choir renders musical selections to attendees at the annual observance of the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The celebration, which is an annual event, was held at the installation’s Chapel of the Good Shepherd, Jan. 13. A large number in the crowd stood, clapped and joined in as the choir performed for the occasion.
Members of the Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany Choir, Latreesa Perryman (left) and Jackie Johnson, accompanied by pianist, Steven Spraggins, entertain attendees with a duet during the installation’s 2016 observance of the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The celebration, which is an annual event, was held at the installation’s Chapel of the Good Shepherd, Jan. 13.
Base personnel, community guests pack Base Chapel for King Observance
Members of the Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany Choir, Latreesa Perryman (left) and Jackie Johnson, accompanied by pianist, Steven Spraggins, entertain attendees with a duet during the installation’s 2016 observance of the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The celebration, which is an annual event, was held at the installation’s Chapel of the Good Shepherd, Jan. 13.
Ira Thompson (left), Inspector General, Marine Corps Logistics Command, and president of the Albany Area Chapter of Blacks in Government, presents an award to Lt. Col. George Lampkin, deputy director, C4, LOGCOM. Lampkin delivered the keynote speech at the installation’s annual commemoration of the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., which was held at the Chapel of the Good Shepherd, Jan. 13.
Base personnel, community guests pack Base Chapel for King Observance
Ira Thompson (left), Inspector General, Marine Corps Logistics Command, and president of the Albany Area Chapter of Blacks in Government, presents an award to Lt. Col. George Lampkin, deputy director, C4, LOGCOM. Lampkin delivered the keynote speech at the installation’s annual commemoration of the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., which was held at the Chapel of the Good Shepherd, Jan. 13.
Georgia native, Lt. Col. George Lampkin, deputy director, C4, Marine Corps Logistics Command, aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, delivers the keynote speech at the installation’s annual observance of the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The celebration was held at the installation’s Chapel of the Good Shepherd, Jan. 13.
Base personnel, community guests pack Base Chapel for King Observance
Georgia native, Lt. Col. George Lampkin, deputy director, C4, Marine Corps Logistics Command, aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, delivers the keynote speech at the installation’s annual observance of the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The celebration was held at the installation’s Chapel of the Good Shepherd, Jan. 13.
Georgia native, Lt. Col. George Lampkin, deputy director, C4, Marine Corps Logistics Command, aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, delivers the keynote speech at the installation’s annual observance of the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The celebration was held at the installation’s Chapel of the Good Shepherd, Jan. 13.
Base personnel, community guests pack Base Chapel for King Observance
Georgia native, Lt. Col. George Lampkin, deputy director, C4, Marine Corps Logistics Command, aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, delivers the keynote speech at the installation’s annual observance of the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The celebration was held at the installation’s Chapel of the Good Shepherd, Jan. 13.
Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany officials, personnel and community guests gather at the Chapel of the Good Shepherd, Jan. 13, to commemorate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The program is an annual event, which is held on the installation to celebrate the life of the slain civil rights leader and his impact on the nation.
Base personnel, community guests pack Base Chapel for King Observance
Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany officials, personnel and community guests gather at the Chapel of the Good Shepherd, Jan. 13, to commemorate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The program is an annual event, which is held on the installation to celebrate the life of the slain civil rights leader and his impact on the nation.
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MARINE CORPS LOGISTICS BASE ALBANY
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Family members, friends and Marines gather at Covella Pond for a rededication ceremony held in honor of late Gunnery Sgt. Joseph Covella, Jan. 8. The base pond was officially named “Covella Pond” and marked with a bronze plaque mounted on a marble monument, Sept. 23, 1969. Covella was mortally wounded while serving as an advisor to the Armed Forces of the Republic of Vietnam, Jan. 3, 1966.
Covella Pond rededication: MCLB Albany officials pay tribute to Marine hero
Family members, friends and Marines gather at Covella Pond for a rededication ceremony held in honor of late Gunnery Sgt. Joseph Covella, Jan. 8. The base pond was officially named “Covella Pond” and marked with a bronze plaque mounted on a marble monument, Sept. 23, 1969. Covella was mortally wounded while serving as an advisor to the Armed Forces of the Republic of Vietnam, Jan. 3, 1966.
Members of the Covella family lay a wreath during a rededication ceremony for Covella Pond in honor of late Gunnery Sgt. Joseph Covella, Jan. 8. The base pond was officially named “Covella Pond” and marked with a bronze plaque mounted on a marble monument, Sept. 23, 1969. Covella was mortally wounded while serving as an advisor to the Armed Forces of the Republic of Vietnam, Jan. 3, 1966.
Covella Pond rededication: MCLB Albany officials pay tribute to Marine hero
Members of the Covella family lay a wreath during a rededication ceremony for Covella Pond in honor of late Gunnery Sgt. Joseph Covella, Jan. 8. The base pond was officially named “Covella Pond” and marked with a bronze plaque mounted on a marble monument, Sept. 23, 1969. Covella was mortally wounded while serving as an advisor to the Armed Forces of the Republic of Vietnam, Jan. 3, 1966.
Members of the Covella family pose for a photo in front of a bronze plaque mounted on a marble monument honoring the late Gunnery Sgt. Joseph Covella, Jan. 8. Covella was mortally wounded while serving as an advisor to the Armed Forces of the Republic of Vietnam, Jan. 3, 1966. The base pond was officially named “Covella Pond” Sept. 23, 1969.
Covella Pond rededication: MCLB Albany officials pay tribute to Marine hero
Members of the Covella family pose for a photo in front of a bronze plaque mounted on a marble monument honoring the late Gunnery Sgt. Joseph Covella, Jan. 8. Covella was mortally wounded while serving as an advisor to the Armed Forces of the Republic of Vietnam, Jan. 3, 1966. The base pond was officially named “Covella Pond” Sept. 23, 1969.
Jody W. Nesbitt (right), project officer, Marine Depot Maintenance Command, officially hands-off three restored combat vehicles to Kater Miller, assistant ordnance curator, National Museum of the Marine Corps, during a ceremony held at the MDMC in Albany, Ga., Jan. 7. The vehicles restored consisted of an M60A1 Main Battle Tank, an Assault Amphibious Vehicle and a Humvee, which are scheduled to be displayed in the NMMC November 2018. Restoration of the equipment began at MDMC in July 2014.
MDMC restores historical artifacts for Corps’ National Museum
Jody W. Nesbitt (right), project officer, Marine Depot Maintenance Command, officially hands-off three restored combat vehicles to Kater Miller, assistant ordnance curator, National Museum of the Marine Corps, during a ceremony held at the MDMC in Albany, Ga., Jan. 7. The vehicles restored consisted of an M60A1 Main Battle Tank, an Assault Amphibious Vehicle and a Humvee, which are scheduled to be displayed in the NMMC November 2018. Restoration of the equipment began at MDMC in July 2014.
Marine Depot Maintenance Command artisans stencil the gun barrel of the Genesis II, an M60A1 Main Battle Tank, as part of the final steps in a restoration project between MDMC and National Museum of the Marine Corps, Dec. 15, 2015.
MDMC restores historical artifacts for Corps’ National Museum
Marine Depot Maintenance Command artisans stencil the gun barrel of the Genesis II, an M60A1 Main Battle Tank, as part of the final steps in a restoration project between MDMC and National Museum of the Marine Corps, Dec. 15, 2015.
Marine Depot Maintenance Command officials hand-off three restored combat vehicles to Kater Miller, assistant ordnance curator, National Museum of the Marine Corps, during a ceremony held at the MDMC in Albany, Ga., Jan. 7. The vehicles restored consisted of an M60A1 Main Battle Tank, an Assault Amphibious Vehicle and a Humvee, which are scheduled to be displayed in the NMMC November 2018. Restoration of the equipment began at MDMC in July 2014.
MDMC restores historical artifacts for Corps’ National Museum
Marine Depot Maintenance Command officials hand-off three restored combat vehicles to Kater Miller, assistant ordnance curator, National Museum of the Marine Corps, during a ceremony held at the MDMC in Albany, Ga., Jan. 7. The vehicles restored consisted of an M60A1 Main Battle Tank, an Assault Amphibious Vehicle and a Humvee, which are scheduled to be displayed in the NMMC November 2018. Restoration of the equipment began at MDMC in July 2014.
Genesis II, an M60A1 Main Battle Tank, is being dissembled as part of a restoration project between Marine Depot Maintenance Command and the National Museum of the Marine Corps, Oct. 27, 2015. The tank, along with an Assault Amphibious Vehicle and a Humvee, were restored at Production Plant Albany in Albany, Ga., and are scheduled to be displayed in the NMMC November 2018.
MDMC restores historical artifacts for Corps’ National Museum
Genesis II, an M60A1 Main Battle Tank, is being dissembled as part of a restoration project between Marine Depot Maintenance Command and the National Museum of the Marine Corps, Oct. 27, 2015. The tank, along with an Assault Amphibious Vehicle and a Humvee, were restored at Production Plant Albany in Albany, Ga., and are scheduled to be displayed in the NMMC November 2018.
Genesis II, an M60A1 Main Battle Tank, sits in the craneway of Marine Depot Maintenance Command waiting to be refurbished as part of a restoration project between MDMC and the National Museum of the Marine Corps, Sept. 5, 2015. Genesis II and it crew, attached to Company C, 3rd Tank Battalion, Twentynine Palms, Calif., spearheaded the Marine attack on the Southern frontier of Kuwait during the opening moments of Operation Desert Storm, earning a permanent place in the museum.
MDMC restores historical artifacts for Corps’ National Museum
Genesis II, an M60A1 Main Battle Tank, sits in the craneway of Marine Depot Maintenance Command waiting to be refurbished as part of a restoration project between MDMC and the National Museum of the Marine Corps, Sept. 5, 2015. Genesis II and it crew, attached to Company C, 3rd Tank Battalion, Twentynine Palms, Calif., spearheaded the Marine attack on the Southern frontier of Kuwait during the opening moments of Operation Desert Storm, earning a permanent place in the museum.
Brian Wallace, environmental branch head, Installation and Environmental Division, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, explains the base’s recycling program during a brief about the installation, Dec. 16.
Officials highlight base success stories
Brian Wallace, environmental branch head, Installation and Environmental Division, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, explains the base’s recycling program during a brief about the installation, Dec. 16.
Randall Kennedy, housing officer, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, speaks about the base’s bachelor housing during a brief on the installation, Dec. 16.
Officials highlight base success stories
Randall Kennedy, housing officer, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, speaks about the base’s bachelor housing during a brief on the installation, Dec. 16.
Fred Broome, director, Installation and Environmental Division, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, explains the landfill gas generator program during a tour, Dec. 16.
Officials highlight base success stories
Fred Broome, director, Installation and Environmental Division, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, explains the landfill gas generator program during a tour, Dec. 16.
Fred Broome, director, Installation and Environmental Division, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, gives information to Maj. Gen. Craig C. Crenshaw, commanding general, Marine Corps Logistics Command, about the landfill gas generator during a tour, Dec. 16.
Officials highlight base success stories
Fred Broome, director, Installation and Environmental Division, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, gives information to Maj. Gen. Craig C. Crenshaw, commanding general, Marine Corps Logistics Command, about the landfill gas generator during a tour, Dec. 16.
Col. James C. Carroll III (right), commanding officer, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, prepares to present a Meritorious Service Medal to Pablo, former military working dog, with the base’s Marine Corps Police Department, during a retirement ceremony held here, Dec. 15. Pablo’s former military working dog handler, civilian police officer, Cpl. Greg Madrid, received the award on behalf of the K-9.
Military working dog becomes former handler’s family pet
Col. James C. Carroll III (right), commanding officer, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, prepares to present a Meritorious Service Medal to Pablo, former military working dog, with the base’s Marine Corps Police Department, during a retirement ceremony held here, Dec. 15. Pablo’s former military working dog handler, civilian police officer, Cpl. Greg Madrid, received the award on behalf of the K-9.
Former Marine Corps handler, David Pond (left), receives Pablo, a former military working dog, with Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s Marine Corps Police Department, from civilian police officer, Cpl. Greg Madrid, military working dog handler, MCPD, during an adoption ceremony held here, Dec. 15.
Military working dog becomes former handler’s family pet
Former Marine Corps handler, David Pond (left), receives Pablo, a former military working dog, with Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s Marine Corps Police Department, from civilian police officer, Cpl. Greg Madrid, military working dog handler, MCPD, during an adoption ceremony held here, Dec. 15.
Former Marine Corps handler, David Pond (left), smiles and shakes hands with Col. James C. Carroll III (right), commanding officer, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, after officially adopting Pablo, a former military working dog with the base’s, Marine Corps Police Department, during a ceremony held here, Dec. 15.
Military working dog becomes former handler’s family pet
Former Marine Corps handler, David Pond (left), smiles and shakes hands with Col. James C. Carroll III (right), commanding officer, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, after officially adopting Pablo, a former military working dog with the base’s, Marine Corps Police Department, during a ceremony held here, Dec. 15.
Former Marine Corps handler, David Pond (left), hugs his family after officially adopting Pablo, a former military working dog, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s Marine Corps Police Department, during a ceremony held here, Dec. 15.
Military working dog becomes former handler’s family pet
Former Marine Corps handler, David Pond (left), hugs his family after officially adopting Pablo, a former military working dog, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s Marine Corps Police Department, during a ceremony held here, Dec. 15.
Former Marine Corps handler, David Pond, plays with Pablo, a former military working dog, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s Marine Corps Police Department, after officially adopting him during a ceremony held here, Dec. 15.
Military working dog becomes former handler’s family pet
Former Marine Corps handler, David Pond, plays with Pablo, a former military working dog, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s Marine Corps Police Department, after officially adopting him during a ceremony held here, Dec. 15.
Former Marine Corps handler, David Pond, plays with Pablo, a former military working dog, with Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s Marine Corps Police Department, after officially adopting him during a ceremony held here, Dec. 15.
Military working dog becomes former handler’s family pet
Former Marine Corps handler, David Pond, plays with Pablo, a former military working dog, with Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s Marine Corps Police Department, after officially adopting him during a ceremony held here, Dec. 15.
Virginia Williams, IT supervisor, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, receives a letter of commendation from Kenneth J. Cutts on behalf of Congressman Sanford D. Bishop Jr., Dec. 10, during her retirement ceremony in the base’s Chapel of the Good Shepherd.
All in the family: The foundation for more than 41 years of service
Virginia Williams, IT supervisor, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, receives a letter of commendation from Kenneth J. Cutts on behalf of Congressman Sanford D. Bishop Jr., Dec. 10, during her retirement ceremony in the base’s Chapel of the Good Shepherd.
Col. James C. Carroll III, commanding officer, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, presents Virginia Williams, IT supervisor, MCLB Albany, with a command coin during her retirement ceremony, Dec. 10, in the base’s Chapel of the Good Shepherd.
All in the family: The foundation for more than 41 years of service
Col. James C. Carroll III, commanding officer, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, presents Virginia Williams, IT supervisor, MCLB Albany, with a command coin during her retirement ceremony, Dec. 10, in the base’s Chapel of the Good Shepherd.
Virginia Williams, IT supervisor, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, speaks to the audience during her retirement ceremony, Dec. 10, in the base’s Chapel of the Good Shepherd.
All in the family: The foundation for more than 41 years of service
Virginia Williams, IT supervisor, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, speaks to the audience during her retirement ceremony, Dec. 10, in the base’s Chapel of the Good Shepherd.
Col. James C. Carroll III, commanding officer, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, congratulates Virginia Williams, IT supervisor, MCLB Albany, during her retirement ceremony, Dec. 10, in the base’s Chapel of the Good Shepherd.
All in the family: The foundation for more than 41 years of service
Col. James C. Carroll III, commanding officer, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, congratulates Virginia Williams, IT supervisor, MCLB Albany, during her retirement ceremony, Dec. 10, in the base’s Chapel of the Good Shepherd.
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