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Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany

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Two students board the bus on their first day of school
First day of school
Two students board the bus on their first day of school
A student boards the bus for her first day of school.
First day of school
A student boards the bus for her first day of school.
A Marine escorts his daughter to the bus on her first day of school.
First day of school
A Marine escorts his daughter to the bus on her first day of school.
Marines and civilian-Marines welcome home Capt. Kelly Crone (center) contracting officer, Marine Corps Logistics Command, after a six-and-a-half-month deployment to Djibouti, Africa, July 24.
LOGOCOM contracting officer returns from deployment
Marines and civilian-Marines welcome home Capt. Kelly Crone (center) contracting officer, Marine Corps Logistics Command, after a six-and-a-half-month deployment to Djibouti, Africa, July 24.
Marines and civilian-Marines welcome home Capt. Kelly Crone (second from right) contracting officer, Marine Corps Logistics Command, after a six-and-a-half-month deployment to Djibouti, Africa, July 24.While deployed, Crone served as the contracting officer, Combined Joint Task Force Horn of Africa, Djibouti, Africa.
LOGOCOM contracting officer returns from deployment
Marines and civilian-Marines welcome home Capt. Kelly Crone (second from right) contracting officer, Marine Corps Logistics Command, after a six-and-a-half-month deployment to Djibouti, Africa, July 24. While deployed, Crone served as the contracting officer, Combined Joint Task Force Horn of Africa, Djibouti, Africa.
Lightning strikes kill an average of 49 people in the U.S. each year with 21 deaths so far in 2015, according to the National Weather Service.
When lightning roars, go indoors
Lightning strikes kill an average of 49 people in the U.S. each year with 21 deaths so far in 2015, according to the National Weather Service.
Lt. Col. James Card, (center), assistant director of communications and licensing officer, Georgia Wing Civil Air Patrol, mentors with young cadets during Georgia Wing CAP’s weeklong summer encampment at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, July 21-25.
Civil Air Patrol officer mentors youth for 56 years
Lt. Col. James Card, (center), assistant director of communications and licensing officer, Georgia Wing Civil Air Patrol, mentors with young cadets during Georgia Wing CAP’s weeklong summer encampment at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, July 21-25.
Lt. Col. James Card, (center), assistant director of communications and licensing officer, Georgia Wing Civil Air Patrol, discusses the CAP's three missions with a young cadet during Georgia Wing CAP’s weeklong summer encampment at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, July 21-25.
Civil Air Patrol officer mentors youth for 56 years
Lt. Col. James Card, (center), assistant director of communications and licensing officer, Georgia Wing Civil Air Patrol, discusses the CAP's three missions with a young cadet during Georgia Wing CAP’s weeklong summer encampment at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, July 21-25.
Lt. Col. James Card, (center), assistant director of communications and licensing officer, Georgia Wing Civil Air Patrol, teaches young cadets how to use communication equipment during Georgia Wing CAP’s weeklong summer encampment at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, July 21-25.
Civil Air Patrol officer mentors youth for 56 years
Lt. Col. James Card, (center), assistant director of communications and licensing officer, Georgia Wing Civil Air Patrol, teaches young cadets how to use communication equipment during Georgia Wing CAP’s weeklong summer encampment at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, July 21-25.
Georgia Wing Civil Air Patrol cadets collaborate before setting out for their next objective during land navigation training, July 22. This is the fourth year the Georgia Wing CAP has conducted its weeklong summer encampment at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany.
Civil Air Patrol: Cadets learn land navigation skills during basic encampment training
Georgia Wing Civil Air Patrol cadets collaborate before setting out for their next objective during land navigation training, July 22. This is the fourth year the Georgia Wing CAP has conducted its weeklong summer encampment at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany.
Cadet Airman First Class Blake Jones, Echo Flight, Squadron 2, Georgia Wing Civil Air Patrol, points his team in the direction to find their next objective during land navigation training, July 22. This is the fourth year the Georgia Wing CAP has conducted its weeklong summer encampment at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany.
Civil Air Patrol: Cadets learn land navigation skills during basic encampment training
Cadet Airman First Class Blake Jones, Echo Flight, Squadron 2, Georgia Wing Civil Air Patrol, points his team in the direction to find their next objective during land navigation training, July 22. This is the fourth year the Georgia Wing CAP has conducted its weeklong summer encampment at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany.
Family Medicine Red Team Nurse Claudine Chandler shows Aviation Electronics Technician 3rd Class Farrel Jennings how to register for RelayHealth. Sign up for this free and secure patient portal at www.relayhealth.com.
Connect with health care anytime, anywhere through RelayHealth patient portal
Family Medicine Red Team Nurse Claudine Chandler shows Aviation Electronics Technician 3rd Class Farrel Jennings how to register for RelayHealth. Sign up for this free and secure patient portal at www.relayhealth.com.
More than 20 reservists with Detachment 2, Supply Company, Combat Logistics Battalion-451, from Anacostia, Washington, D.C.; and 4th Civil Affairs Group from Miami, Florida, hone their supply warehouse skills during training aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, July 22.
Reserve Marines hone skills during two-week training here
More than 20 reservists with Detachment 2, Supply Company, Combat Logistics Battalion-451, from Anacostia, Washington, D.C.; and 4th Civil Affairs Group from Miami, Florida, hone their supply warehouse skills during training aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, July 22.
More than 20 reservists with Detachment 2, Supply Company, Combat Logistics Battalion-451, from Anacostia, Washington, D.C.; and 4th Civil Affairs Group from Miami, Florida, hone their supply warehouse skills during training aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, July 22.
Reserve Marines hone skills during two-week training here
More than 20 reservists with Detachment 2, Supply Company, Combat Logistics Battalion-451, from Anacostia, Washington, D.C.; and 4th Civil Affairs Group from Miami, Florida, hone their supply warehouse skills during training aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, July 22.
More than 20 reservists with Detachment 2, Supply Company, Combat Logistics Battalion-451, from Anacostia, Washington, D.C.; and 4th Civil Affairs Group from Miami, Florida, hone their supply warehouse skills during training aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, July 22.
Reserve Marines hone skills during two-week training here
More than 20 reservists with Detachment 2, Supply Company, Combat Logistics Battalion-451, from Anacostia, Washington, D.C.; and 4th Civil Affairs Group from Miami, Florida, hone their supply warehouse skills during training aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, July 22.
More than 20 reservists with Detachment 2, Supply Company, Combat Logistics Battalion-451, from Anacostia, Washington, D.C.; and 4th Civil Affairs Group from Miami, Florida, hone their supply warehouse skills during training aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, July 22.
Reserve Marines hone skills during two-week training here
More than 20 reservists with Detachment 2, Supply Company, Combat Logistics Battalion-451, from Anacostia, Washington, D.C.; and 4th Civil Affairs Group from Miami, Florida, hone their supply warehouse skills during training aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, July 22.
More than 20 reservists with Detachment 2, Supply Company, Combat Logistics Battalion-451, from Anacostia, Washington, D.C.; and 4th Civil Affairs Group from Miami, Florida, hone their supply warehouse skills during training aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, July 22.
Reserve Marines hone skills during two-week training here
More than 20 reservists with Detachment 2, Supply Company, Combat Logistics Battalion-451, from Anacostia, Washington, D.C.; and 4th Civil Affairs Group from Miami, Florida, hone their supply warehouse skills during training aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, July 22.
Col. James Carroll III, commanding officer, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, speaks to 30 members of the Colquitt County High School Marine Corps Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps Summer Leadership Camp, July 23. The group returned here for their second visit.
JROTC cadets train aboard MCLB Albany
Col. James Carroll III, commanding officer, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, speaks to 30 members of the Colquitt County High School Marine Corps Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps Summer Leadership Camp, July 23. The group returned here for their second visit.
Thirty members of the Colquitt County High School Marine Corps Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps Summer Leadership Camp returned to Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany for their second visit, July 23.
This time they took their fitness training to a higher level with the High Intensity Tactical Training.
JROTC cadets train aboard MCLB Albany
Thirty members of the Colquitt County High School Marine Corps Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps Summer Leadership Camp returned to Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany for their second visit, July 23. This time they took their fitness training to a higher level with the High Intensity Tactical Training.
Thirty members of the Colquitt County High School Marine Corps Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps Summer Leadership Camp returned to Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany for their second visit, July 23.
This time they took their fitness training to a higher level with the High Intensity Tactical Training.
JROTC cadets train aboard MCLB Albany
Thirty members of the Colquitt County High School Marine Corps Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps Summer Leadership Camp returned to Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany for their second visit, July 23. This time they took their fitness training to a higher level with the High Intensity Tactical Training.
Thirty members of the Colquitt County High School Marine Corps Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps Summer Leadership Camp returned to Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany for their second visit, July 23.
This time they took their fitness training to a higher level with the High Intensity Tactical Training.
JROTC cadets train aboard MCLB Albany
Thirty members of the Colquitt County High School Marine Corps Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps Summer Leadership Camp returned to Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany for their second visit, July 23. This time they took their fitness training to a higher level with the High Intensity Tactical Training.
Thirty members of the Colquitt County High School Marine Corps Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps Summer Leadership Camp returned to Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany for their second visit, July 23.
This time they took their fitness training to a higher level with the High Intensity Tactical Training.
JROTC cadets train aboard MCLB Albany
Thirty members of the Colquitt County High School Marine Corps Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps Summer Leadership Camp returned to Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany for their second visit, July 23. This time they took their fitness training to a higher level with the High Intensity Tactical Training.
Georgia’s ninth Commissioner of Labor, Mark Butler, visits with Col. James Carroll III, commanding officer, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, July 22, during an afternoon consisting of briefs, tours and fellowship.
Georgia Labor Commissioner tours base
Georgia’s ninth Commissioner of Labor, Mark Butler, visits with Col. James Carroll III, commanding officer, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, July 22, during an afternoon consisting of briefs, tours and fellowship.
Georgia’s ninth Commissioner of Labor, Mark Butler, (center) and his staff joined officials here at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany and Marine Corps Logistics Command, July 22, for an afternoon consisting of briefs, tours and fellowship.
Georgia Labor Commissioner tours base
Georgia’s ninth Commissioner of Labor, Mark Butler, (center) and his staff joined officials here at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany and Marine Corps Logistics Command, July 22, for an afternoon consisting of briefs, tours and fellowship.
Georgia’s ninth Commissioner of Labor, Mark Butler, (center) and his staff joined officials here at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany and Marine Corps Logistics Command, July 22, for an afternoon consisting of briefs, tours and fellowship.
Georgia Labor Commissioner tours base
Georgia’s ninth Commissioner of Labor, Mark Butler, (center) and his staff joined officials here at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany and Marine Corps Logistics Command, July 22, for an afternoon consisting of briefs, tours and fellowship.
Georgia’s ninth Commissioner of Labor, Mark Butler, meets with Maj. Gen. Craig Crenshaw, commanding general, Marine Corps Logistics Command, July 22, during an afternoon consisting of briefs, tours and fellowship.
Georgia Labor Commissioner tours base
Georgia’s ninth Commissioner of Labor, Mark Butler, meets with Maj. Gen. Craig Crenshaw, commanding general, Marine Corps Logistics Command, July 22, during an afternoon consisting of briefs, tours and fellowship.
Georgia’s ninth Commissioner of Labor, Mark Butler, talks with Maj. Gen. Craig Crenshaw, commanding general, Marine Corps Logistics Command, July 22, during an afternoon consisting of briefs, tours and fellowship.
Georgia Labor Commissioner tours base
Georgia’s ninth Commissioner of Labor, Mark Butler, talks with Maj. Gen. Craig Crenshaw, commanding general, Marine Corps Logistics Command, July 22, during an afternoon consisting of briefs, tours and fellowship.
Area school administrators partner with Marine Corps Community Services staff at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany to kick off the academic school year during the installation’s Operation Tools for School event at the Town and Country Restaurant Grand Ballroom, July 21. The activity provided opportunities for active-duty service members, their spouses and children to obtain relevant information from local and neighboring counties’ public, private, virtual online and home school systems representatives.
Operation Tools for School equips students, parents for academic success
Area school administrators partner with Marine Corps Community Services staff at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany to kick off the academic school year during the installation’s Operation Tools for School event at the Town and Country Restaurant Grand Ballroom, July 21. The activity provided opportunities for active-duty service members, their spouses and children to obtain relevant information from local and neighboring counties’ public, private, virtual online and home school systems representatives.
Area school administrators partner with Marine Corps Community Services staff at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany to kick off the academic school year during the installation’s Operation Tools for School event at the Town and Country Restaurant Grand Ballroom, July 21. The activity provided several opportunities for active-duty service members, their spouses and children to obtain relevant information from local and neighboring counties’ public, private, virtual online and home school systems representatives.
Operation Tools for School equips students, parents for academic success
Area school administrators partner with Marine Corps Community Services staff at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany to kick off the academic school year during the installation’s Operation Tools for School event at the Town and Country Restaurant Grand Ballroom, July 21. The activity provided several opportunities for active-duty service members, their spouses and children to obtain relevant information from local and neighboring counties’ public, private, virtual online and home school systems representatives.
Military families take advantage of the opportunity to network with area school administrators during the installation’s Operation Tools for School event at the Town and Country Restaurant Grand Ballroom, July 21. The activity, which was hosted by Marine Corps Community Services staff at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, was designed to kick off the academic school year and to provide a chance for active-duty service members, their spouses and children to obtain relevant information from local and neighboring counties’ school systems representatives. Students were given school supplies and a toy at the event.
Operation Tools for School equips students, parents for academic success
Military families take advantage of the opportunity to network with area school administrators during the installation’s Operation Tools for School event at the Town and Country Restaurant Grand Ballroom, July 21. The activity, which was hosted by Marine Corps Community Services staff at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, was designed to kick off the academic school year and to provide a chance for active-duty service members, their spouses and children to obtain relevant information from local and neighboring counties’ school systems representatives. Students were given school supplies and a toy at the event.
Area school administrators partner with Marine Corps Community Services staff at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany to kick off the academic school year during the installation’s Operation Tools for School event at the Town and Country Restaurant Grand Ballroom, July 21. The activity provided several opportunities for active-duty service members, their spouses and children to obtain relevant information from local and neighboring counties’ public, private, virtual online and home school systems representatives.
Operation Tools for School equips students, parents for academic success
Area school administrators partner with Marine Corps Community Services staff at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany to kick off the academic school year during the installation’s Operation Tools for School event at the Town and Country Restaurant Grand Ballroom, July 21. The activity provided several opportunities for active-duty service members, their spouses and children to obtain relevant information from local and neighboring counties’ public, private, virtual online and home school systems representatives.
The Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center recognizes July as fruit and vegetables month. Consuming the recommended number of servings of fruits and vegetables daily helps decrease the risk of various chronic diseases such as heart disease, cancer, diabetes and hypertension. The U.S. Department of Agriculture recommends filling half your plate with fruits and vegetables.
Center recognizes July as fruit and vegetables month
The Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center recognizes July as fruit and vegetables month. Consuming the recommended number of servings of fruits and vegetables daily helps decrease the risk of various chronic diseases such as heart disease, cancer, diabetes and hypertension. The U.S. Department of Agriculture recommends filling half your plate with fruits and vegetables.
The Albany Area Chamber of Commerce team retains ownership of the coveted Salty Sandbagger trophy by defeating the Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany team with a score of 15-9, July 17. The bi-annual golf tournament took place at Stonebridge Golf and Country Club, Albany, Ga., and pitted the local community against members of the base community to build relationships and strengthen partnerships.
Albany’s Area Chamber of Commerce team retains Salty Sandbagger trophy
The Albany Area Chamber of Commerce team retains ownership of the coveted Salty Sandbagger trophy by defeating the Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany team with a score of 15-9, July 17. The bi-annual golf tournament took place at Stonebridge Golf and Country Club, Albany, Ga., and pitted the local community against members of the base community to build relationships and strengthen partnerships.
The Albany Area Chamber of Commerce team retains ownership of the coveted Salty Sandbagger trophy by defeating the Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany team with a score of 15-9, July 17. The bi-annual golf tournament took place at Stonebridge Golf and Country Club, Albany, Ga., and pitted the local community against members of the base community to build relationships and strengthen partnerships.
Albany’s Area Chamber of Commerce team retains Salty Sandbagger trophy
The Albany Area Chamber of Commerce team retains ownership of the coveted Salty Sandbagger trophy by defeating the Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany team with a score of 15-9, July 17. The bi-annual golf tournament took place at Stonebridge Golf and Country Club, Albany, Ga., and pitted the local community against members of the base community to build relationships and strengthen partnerships.
The Albany Area Chamber of Commerce team retains ownership of the coveted Salty Sandbagger trophy by defeating the Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany team with a score of 15-9, July 17. The bi-annual golf tournament took place at Stonebridge Golf and Country Club, Albany, Ga., and pitted the local community against members of the base community to build relationships and strengthen partnerships.
Albany’s Area Chamber of Commerce team retains Salty Sandbagger trophy
The Albany Area Chamber of Commerce team retains ownership of the coveted Salty Sandbagger trophy by defeating the Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany team with a score of 15-9, July 17. The bi-annual golf tournament took place at Stonebridge Golf and Country Club, Albany, Ga., and pitted the local community against members of the base community to build relationships and strengthen partnerships.
The Albany Area Chamber of Commerce team retains ownership of the coveted Salty Sandbagger trophy by defeating the Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany team with a score of 15-9, July 17. The bi-annual golf tournament took place at Stonebridge Golf and Country Club, Albany, Ga., and pitted the local community against members of the base community to build relationships and strengthen partnerships.
Albany’s Area Chamber of Commerce team retains Salty Sandbagger trophy
The Albany Area Chamber of Commerce team retains ownership of the coveted Salty Sandbagger trophy by defeating the Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany team with a score of 15-9, July 17. The bi-annual golf tournament took place at Stonebridge Golf and Country Club, Albany, Ga., and pitted the local community against members of the base community to build relationships and strengthen partnerships.
The Albany Area Chamber of Commerce team retains ownership of the coveted Salty Sandbagger trophy by defeating the Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany team with a score of 15-9, July 17. The bi-annual golf tournament took place at Stonebridge Golf and Country Club, Albany, Ga., and pitted the local community against members of the base community to build relationships and strengthen partnerships.
Albany’s Area Chamber of Commerce team retains Salty Sandbagger trophy
The Albany Area Chamber of Commerce team retains ownership of the coveted Salty Sandbagger trophy by defeating the Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany team with a score of 15-9, July 17. The bi-annual golf tournament took place at Stonebridge Golf and Country Club, Albany, Ga., and pitted the local community against members of the base community to build relationships and strengthen partnerships.
The Albany Area Chamber of Commerce team retains ownership of the coveted Salty Sandbagger trophy by defeating the Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany team with a score of 15-9, July 17. The bi-annual golf tournament took place at Stonebridge Golf and Country Club, Albany, Ga., and pitted the local community against members of the base community to build relationships and strengthen partnerships.
Albany’s Area Chamber of Commerce team retains Salty Sandbagger trophy
The Albany Area Chamber of Commerce team retains ownership of the coveted Salty Sandbagger trophy by defeating the Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany team with a score of 15-9, July 17. The bi-annual golf tournament took place at Stonebridge Golf and Country Club, Albany, Ga., and pitted the local community against members of the base community to build relationships and strengthen partnerships.
Some active-duty Marines, at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, gear up for Level-3 Motorcycle Training as part of a safety education requirement for riders aboard military installations. The training, which was conducted here, July 15, was a one-day course to help motorcyclists become more comfortable and focused when maneuvering various road conditions safely.
Marines gear up for advanced motorcycle maneuvers training
Some active-duty Marines, at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, gear up for Level-3 Motorcycle Training as part of a safety education requirement for riders aboard military installations. The training, which was conducted here, July 15, was a one-day course to help motorcyclists become more comfortable and focused when maneuvering various road conditions safely.
Dave Saam, certified motorcycle safety instructor, Total Control Advanced Riding Clinic, Victorville, Calif., beckons to Gunnery Sgt. Matthew Morris, Marine Forces Command, to lean into a virtual turn position during a Level-3 Motorcycle Training course at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, July 15. The demonstration was one of several components of the required training completed by Morris as other Marine participants attending the one-day course looked on.
Marines gear up for advanced motorcycle maneuvers training
Dave Saam, certified motorcycle safety instructor, Total Control Advanced Riding Clinic, Victorville, Calif., beckons to Gunnery Sgt. Matthew Morris, Marine Forces Command, to lean into a virtual turn position during a Level-3 Motorcycle Training course at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, July 15. The demonstration was one of several components of the required training completed by Morris as other Marine participants attending the one-day course looked on.
Sgt. Marcus Keyes, recruiter, Recruiting Station Jacksonville, Fla., listens to a question from a student during the “Life After High School” seminar at the Town and Country Restaurant’s Grand Ballroom aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, July 14.
Teens learn options for ‘Life After High School’
Sgt. Marcus Keyes, recruiter, Recruiting Station Jacksonville, Fla., listens to a question from a student during the “Life After High School” seminar at the Town and Country Restaurant’s Grand Ballroom aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, July 14.
A teenager discusses payment of fees with a facilitator during the "Life After High School" seminar held July 14 at the Town and County Restaurant's Grand Ballroom aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany.
Teens learn options for ‘Life After High School’
A teenager discusses payment of fees with a facilitator during the "Life After High School" seminar held July 14 at the Town and County Restaurant's Grand Ballroom aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany.
Col. James Carroll III, commanding officer, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, addresses community and military members during the annual Military Appreciation Rise and Shine Breakfast at the Hilton Garden Inn in downtown Albany, Georgia, July 15. This event was organized by the Albany Area Chamber of Commerce’s Military Affairs Committee to show appreciation for those who serve and have served in the armed forces.
Community salutes military at Chamber breakfast
Col. James Carroll III, commanding officer, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, addresses community and military members during the annual Military Appreciation Rise and Shine Breakfast at the Hilton Garden Inn in downtown Albany, Georgia, July 15. This event was organized by the Albany Area Chamber of Commerce’s Military Affairs Committee to show appreciation for those who serve and have served in the armed forces.
Maj. Gen. Craig Crenshaw, commanding general, Marine Corps Logistics Command, speaks to military and community members during the annual Military Appreciation Rise and Shine Breakfast at the Hilton Garden Inn in downtown Albany, Georgia, July 15.  This event was organized by the Albany Area Chamber of Commerce’s Military Affairs Committee to show appreciation for those who serve and have served in the armed forces.
Community salutes military at Chamber breakfast
Maj. Gen. Craig Crenshaw, commanding general, Marine Corps Logistics Command, speaks to military and community members during the annual Military Appreciation Rise and Shine Breakfast at the Hilton Garden Inn in downtown Albany, Georgia, July 15. This event was organized by the Albany Area Chamber of Commerce’s Military Affairs Committee to show appreciation for those who serve and have served in the armed forces.
Two Marines from Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany receive recognition for their service to the community and to the Marine Corps during the annual Military Appreciation Rise and Shine Breakfast at the Hilton Garden Inn in downtown Albany, Georgia, July 15.  Lance Cpl. Ethan Kortie, administrative specialist, received the award for Marine of the Year, (center) and Sgt. Steven McGahee, postal noncommissioned officer, Adjutant’s Office, MCLB Albany, received recognition as Noncommissioned Officer of the Year.
Community salutes military at Chamber breakfast
Two Marines from Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany receive recognition for their service to the community and to the Marine Corps during the annual Military Appreciation Rise and Shine Breakfast at the Hilton Garden Inn in downtown Albany, Georgia, July 15. Lance Cpl. Ethan Kortie, administrative specialist, received the award for Marine of the Year, (center) and Sgt. Steven McGahee, postal noncommissioned officer, Adjutant’s Office, MCLB Albany, received recognition as Noncommissioned Officer of the Year.
Members of the local business and military community come together for the annual Military Appreciation Rise and Shine Breakfast at the Hilton Garden Inn in downtown Albany, Georgia, July 15. This event was organized by the Albany Area Chamber of Commerce’s Military Affairs Committee to show appreciation for those who serve and have served in the armed forces.
Community salutes military at Chamber breakfast
Members of the local business and military community come together for the annual Military Appreciation Rise and Shine Breakfast at the Hilton Garden Inn in downtown Albany, Georgia, July 15. This event was organized by the Albany Area Chamber of Commerce’s Military Affairs Committee to show appreciation for those who serve and have served in the armed forces.
Maj. Gen. Craig Crenshaw, commanding general, Marine Corps Logistics Command, (right) congratulates Lance Cpl. Ethan Kortie, administrative specialist, (left) who received the award for Marine of the Year, and Sgt. Steven McGahee, postal noncommissioned officer, Adjutant’s Office, MCLB Albany, who received recognition as Noncommissioned Officer of the Year. The Marines were recognized during the annual Military Appreciation Rise and Shine Breakfast at the Hilton Garden Inn in downtown Albany, Georgia, July 15.
Community salutes military at Chamber breakfast
Maj. Gen. Craig Crenshaw, commanding general, Marine Corps Logistics Command, (right) congratulates Lance Cpl. Ethan Kortie, administrative specialist, (left) who received the award for Marine of the Year, and Sgt. Steven McGahee, postal noncommissioned officer, Adjutant’s Office, MCLB Albany, who received recognition as Noncommissioned Officer of the Year. The Marines were recognized during the annual Military Appreciation Rise and Shine Breakfast at the Hilton Garden Inn in downtown Albany, Georgia, July 15.
Marines test their resiliency during Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany's first High Intensity Tactical Training tactical athlete competition at Boyett Park here, July 14.
High Intensity Tactical Training: Marines take part in athlete competition
Marines test their resiliency during Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany's first High Intensity Tactical Training tactical athlete competition at Boyett Park here, July 14.
Marines test their resiliency during Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany's first High Intensity Tactical Training tactical athlete competition at Boyett Park here, July 14.
High Intensity Tactical Training: Marines take part in athlete competition
Marines test their resiliency during Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany's first High Intensity Tactical Training tactical athlete competition at Boyett Park here, July 14.
Marines test their resiliency during Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany's first High Intensity Tactical Training tactical athlete competition at Boyett Park here, July 14.
High Intensity Tactical Training: Marines take part in athlete competition
Marines test their resiliency during Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany's first High Intensity Tactical Training tactical athlete competition at Boyett Park here, July 14.
Marines test their resiliency during Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany's first High Intensity Tactical Training tactical athlete competition at Boyett Park here, July 14.
High Intensity Tactical Training: Marines take part in athlete competition
Marines test their resiliency during Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany's first High Intensity Tactical Training tactical athlete competition at Boyett Park here, July 14.
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LOGOCOM contracting officer returns from deployment

By Nathan L. Hanks Jr. | July 30, 2015

Marines and civilian-Marines welcome home Capt. Kelly Crone, contracting officer, Marine Corps MORE
When lightning roars, go indoors

By Joycelyn Biggs | July 29, 2015

On average, 49 people are killed in the United States by lightning each year, with 21 deaths so far MORE
Civil Air Patrol officer mentors youth for 56 years

By Nathan L. Hanks Jr. | July 24, 2015

His passion for more than half a century has been mentoring and teaching young Civil Air Patrol MORE
Civil Air Patrol: Cadets learn land navigation skills during basic encampment training

By Nathan L. Hanks Jr. | July 24, 2015

Georgia Wing Civil Air Patrol cadets learn land navigation skills are just as important as being MORE
Connect with health care anytime, anywhere through RelayHealth patient portal

By Jeanne Casey | July 24, 2015

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