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Transitioning service members participate in one of several activities during a five-day Transition Readiness Seminar at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, recently. The training is a monthly activity designed to assist military families to adjust to civilian careers, explore eligible benefits and other options after leaving active-duty service.
Transitioning service members on ‘TAP’ while exploring exit strategies
Transitioning service members participate in one of several activities during a five-day Transition Readiness Seminar at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, recently. The training is a monthly activity designed to assist military families to adjust to civilian careers, explore eligible benefits and other options after leaving active-duty service.
Transitioning service members participate in one of several activities during a five-day Transition Readiness Seminar at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, recently. The training is a monthly activity designed to assist military families to adjust to civilian careers, explore eligible benefits and other options after leaving active-duty service.
Transitioning service members on ‘TAP’ while exploring exit strategies
Transitioning service members participate in one of several activities during a five-day Transition Readiness Seminar at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, recently. The training is a monthly activity designed to assist military families to adjust to civilian careers, explore eligible benefits and other options after leaving active-duty service.
A professional interview panel quizzes transitioning service members in mock job-readiness interviews, during a five-day Transition Readiness Seminar at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, recently. The training is a monthly activity designed to assist military families to adjust to civilian careers, explore eligible benefits and other options after leaving active-duty service.
Transitioning service members on ‘TAP’ while exploring exit strategies
A professional interview panel quizzes transitioning service members in mock job-readiness interviews, during a five-day Transition Readiness Seminar at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, recently. The training is a monthly activity designed to assist military families to adjust to civilian careers, explore eligible benefits and other options after leaving active-duty service.
A professional interview panel quizzes transitioning service members in mock job-readiness interviews, during a five-day Transition Readiness Seminar at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, recently. The training is a monthly activity designed to assist military families to adjust to civilian careers, explore eligible benefits and other options after leaving active-duty service.
Transitioning service members on ‘TAP’ while exploring exit strategies
A professional interview panel quizzes transitioning service members in mock job-readiness interviews, during a five-day Transition Readiness Seminar at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, recently. The training is a monthly activity designed to assist military families to adjust to civilian careers, explore eligible benefits and other options after leaving active-duty service.
A professional interview panel quizzes transitioning service members in mock job-readiness interviews, during a five-day Transition Readiness Seminar at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, recently. The training is a monthly activity designed to assist military families to adjust to civilian careers, explore eligible benefits and other options after leaving active-duty service.
Transitioning service members on ‘TAP’ while exploring exit strategies
A professional interview panel quizzes transitioning service members in mock job-readiness interviews, during a five-day Transition Readiness Seminar at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, recently. The training is a monthly activity designed to assist military families to adjust to civilian careers, explore eligible benefits and other options after leaving active-duty service.
Retired Marine, Maj. Gen. Cornell Wilson Jr., keynote speaker, addresses the attendees of the 2017 Black History Program at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s Boyette Park Amphitheater, here, Feb. 8. Speaking to the theme: “Buffalo Soldiers, We Can, We Will! Ready Forward!,” Wilson, secretary, Department of Military and Veteran Affairs, State of North Carolina, recapped historical moments, honored members of the 9th and 10th Calvary Regiments and discussed their impact on African Americans in the military.
Lest ye forget: Black History Program commemorates Buffalo Soldiers’ heritage
Retired Marine, Maj. Gen. Cornell Wilson Jr., keynote speaker, addresses the attendees of the 2017 Black History Program at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s Boyette Park Amphitheater, here, Feb. 8. Speaking to the theme: “Buffalo Soldiers, We Can, We Will! Ready Forward!,” Wilson, secretary, Department of Military and Veteran Affairs, State of North Carolina, recapped historical moments, honored members of the 9th and 10th Calvary Regiments and discussed their impact on African Americans in the military.
Active-duty, civilian personnel and community guests fill Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s Boyett Park Amphitheater, to attend the installation’s 2017 Black History Program, Feb. 8. Keynote speaker for the annual celebration, retired Marine, Maj. Gen. Cornell Wilson Jr., secretary, Department of Military and Veteran Affairs, State of North Carolina, recapped historical moments in commemoration of the 150-year legacy of the Buffalo Soldiers of the U.S. Calvary’s 9th and 10th Regiments.
Lest ye forget: Black History Program commemorates Buffalo Soldiers’ heritage
Active-duty, civilian personnel and community guests fill Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s Boyett Park Amphitheater, to attend the installation’s 2017 Black History Program, Feb. 8. Keynote speaker for the annual celebration, retired Marine, Maj. Gen. Cornell Wilson Jr., secretary, Department of Military and Veteran Affairs, State of North Carolina, recapped historical moments in commemoration of the 150-year legacy of the Buffalo Soldiers of the U.S. Calvary’s 9th and 10th Regiments.
Active-duty, civilian personnel and community guests fill Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s Boyett Park Amphitheater, to attend the installation’s 2017 Black History Program, Feb. 8. Keynote speaker for the annual celebration, retired Marine, Maj. Gen. Cornell Wilson Jr., secretary, Department of Military and Veteran Affairs, State of North Carolina, recapped historical moments in commemoration of the 150-year legacy of the Buffalo Soldiers of the U.S. Calvary’s 9th and 10th Regiments.
Lest ye forget: Black History Program commemorates Buffalo Soldiers’ heritage
Active-duty, civilian personnel and community guests fill Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s Boyett Park Amphitheater, to attend the installation’s 2017 Black History Program, Feb. 8. Keynote speaker for the annual celebration, retired Marine, Maj. Gen. Cornell Wilson Jr., secretary, Department of Military and Veteran Affairs, State of North Carolina, recapped historical moments in commemoration of the 150-year legacy of the Buffalo Soldiers of the U.S. Calvary’s 9th and 10th Regiments.
Members of the Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle Clubs, Albany, Ga., and Thomasville, Ga., join keynote speaker, retired Marine, Maj. Gen. Cornell Wilson Jr. (right), secretary, Department of Military and Veteran Affairs, State of North Carolina, for the installation’s 2017 Black History Program, Feb. 8. The event, held at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s Boyett Park Amphitheater, commemorated the 150-year legacy of the Buffalo Soldiers of the U.S. Calvary’s 9th and 10th Regiments.
Lest ye forget: Black History Program commemorates Buffalo Soldiers’ heritage
Members of the Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle Clubs, Albany, Ga., and Thomasville, Ga., join keynote speaker, retired Marine, Maj. Gen. Cornell Wilson Jr. (right), secretary, Department of Military and Veteran Affairs, State of North Carolina, for the installation’s 2017 Black History Program, Feb. 8. The event, held at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s Boyett Park Amphitheater, commemorated the 150-year legacy of the Buffalo Soldiers of the U.S. Calvary’s 9th and 10th Regiments.
Program participants for the installation’s 2017 Black History Program, join keynote speaker, retired Marine, Maj. Gen. Cornell Wilson Jr. (second from left), secretary, Department of Military and Veteran Affairs, State of North Carolina, at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s Boyett Park Amphitheater, Feb. 8. The event commemorated the 150-year legacy of the Buffalo Soldiers of the U.S. Calvary’s 9th and 10th Regiments.
Lest ye forget: Black History Program commemorates Buffalo Soldiers’ heritage
Program participants for the installation’s 2017 Black History Program, join keynote speaker, retired Marine, Maj. Gen. Cornell Wilson Jr. (second from left), secretary, Department of Military and Veteran Affairs, State of North Carolina, at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s Boyett Park Amphitheater, Feb. 8. The event commemorated the 150-year legacy of the Buffalo Soldiers of the U.S. Calvary’s 9th and 10th Regiments.
Georgia Power personnel work to restore power to Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Jan. 27.
Tornado strikes MCLB Albany
Georgia Power personnel work to restore power to Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Jan. 27.
Georgia Power personnel work to restore power to Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Jan. 27.
Tornado strikes MCLB Albany
Georgia Power personnel work to restore power to Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Jan. 27.
Col. James C. Carroll III, commanding officer, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, greets Georgia’s Lieutenant Governor Casey Cagle during a recent visit, Jan. 27.
Tornado strikes MCLB Albany
Col. James C. Carroll III, commanding officer, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, greets Georgia’s Lieutenant Governor Casey Cagle during a recent visit, Jan. 27.
Col. James C. Carroll, commanding officer, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, explains the impact of the tornado to Sanford D. Bishop, Jr., U.S. Representative for Georgia’s 2nd congressional district, during a tour of the installation with Maj. Gen. Craig C. Crenshaw (far left), commanding general, Marine Corps Logistics Command, and Kent Morrison (far right) executive director, MCLB Albany, Jan. 25.
Tornado strikes MCLB Albany
Col. James C. Carroll III, commanding officer, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, explains the impact of the tornado to Sanford D. Bishop, Jr., U.S. Representative for Georgia’s 2nd congressional district, during a tour of the installation with Maj. Gen. Craig C. Crenshaw (far left), commanding general, Marine Corps Logistics Command, and Kent Morrison (far right) executive director, MCLB Albany, Jan. 25.
Maj. Gen. Craig C. Crenshaw (far right) commanding general, Marine Corps Logistics Command, explains the impact of the tornado to Sanford D. Bishop, Jr., U.S. Representative for Georgia's 2nd congressional district, during a tour of the installation while Col. James C. Carroll, commanding officer, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, looks on, Jan. 25.
Tornado strikes MCLB Albany
Maj. Gen. Craig C. Crenshaw (far right) commanding general, Marine Corps Logistics Command, explains the impact of the tornado to Sanford D. Bishop, Jr., U.S. Representative for Georgia's 2nd congressional district, during a tour of the installation while Col. James C. Carroll III, commanding officer, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, looks on, Jan. 25.
Government and military officials discuss the tornado damage on Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Jan. 27. A line of strong thunderstorms produced a tornado that passed through the Albany, Georgia, community and Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany carving a path of destruction leaving the landscape strewn with broken trees, downed power lines and damaged structures, Jan. 22.
Tornado strikes MCLB Albany
Government and military officials discuss the tornado damage on Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Jan. 27. A line of strong thunderstorms produced a tornado that passed through the Albany, Georgia, community and Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany carving a path of destruction leaving the landscape strewn with broken trees, downed power lines and damaged structures, Jan. 22.
Maj. Gen. Craig C. Crenshaw, commanding general, Marine Corps Logistics Command, explains the impact of the tornado to Georgia’s Lieutenant Governor Casey Cagle during a recent visit as State Senator Freddie Powell Sims looks on, Jan. 27.
Tornado strikes MCLB Albany
Maj. Gen. Craig C. Crenshaw, commanding general, Marine Corps Logistics Command, explains the impact of the tornado to Georgia’s Lieutenant Governor Casey Cagle during a recent visit as State Senator Freddie Powell Sims looks on, Jan. 27.
Maj. Gen. Craig C. Crenshaw (far right) commanding general, Marine Corps Logistics Command, explains the impact of the tornado to Sanford D. Bishop, Jr., U.S. Representative for Georgia’s 2nd congressional district, during a tour of the installation while Col. James C. Carroll, commanding officer, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, looks on, Jan. 25.
Tornado strikes MCLB Albany
Maj. Gen. Craig C. Crenshaw (far right) commanding general, Marine Corps Logistics Command, explains the impact of the tornado to Sanford D. Bishop, Jr., U.S. Representative for Georgia’s 2nd congressional district, during a tour of the installation while Col. James C. Carroll III, commanding officer, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, looks on, Jan. 25.
Col. James C. Carroll, commanding officer, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, updates Sanford D. Bishop, Jr., U.S. Representative for Georgia’s 2nd congressional district, on the tornado’s destruction and clean up efforts taking place aboard the installation, Jan. 25.
Tornado strikes MCLB Albany
Col. James C. Carroll III, commanding officer, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, updates Sanford D. Bishop, Jr., U.S. Representative for Georgia’s 2nd congressional district, on the tornado’s destruction and clean up efforts taking place aboard the installation, Jan. 25.
Col. James C. Carroll III, commanding officer, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, escorts Georgia’s Lieutenant Governor Casey Cagle during a recent visit, Jan. 27.
Tornado strikes MCLB Albany
Col. James C. Carroll III, commanding officer, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, escorts Georgia’s Lieutenant Governor Casey Cagle during a recent visit, Jan. 27.
Government and military officials receive a brief about the tornado damage Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Jan. 25. A line of strong thunderstorms produced a tornado that passed through the Albany, Georgia, community and Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany carving a path of destruction leaving the landscape strewn with broken trees, downed power lines and damaged structures, Jan. 22.
Tornado strikes MCLB Albany
Government and military officials receive a brief about the tornado damage Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Jan. 25. A line of strong thunderstorms produced a tornado that passed through the Albany, Georgia, community and Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany carving a path of destruction leaving the landscape strewn with broken trees, downed power lines and damaged structures, Jan. 22.
Col. James C. Carroll III, commanding officer, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, escorts Georgia’s Lieutenant Governor Casey Cagle during a recent visit, Jan. 27.
Tornado strikes MCLB Albany
Col. James C. Carroll III, commanding officer, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, escorts Georgia’s Lieutenant Governor Casey Cagle during a recent visit, Jan. 27.
Col. James C. Carroll (center) commanding officer, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, explains the impact of the tornado to Sanford D. Bishop, Jr., U.S. Representative for Georgia's 2nd congressional district, during a tour of the installation while Maj. Gen. Craig C. Crenshaw, commanding general, Marine Corps Logistics Command, looks on, Jan. 25.
Tornado strikes MCLB Albany
Col. James C. Carroll III (center) commanding officer, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, explains the impact of the tornado to Sanford D. Bishop, Jr., U.S. Representative for Georgia's 2nd congressional district, during a tour of the installation while Maj. Gen. Craig C. Crenshaw, commanding general, Marine Corps Logistics Command, looks on, Jan. 25.
Col. James C. Carroll (left) commanding officer, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, and Maj. Gen. Craig C. Crenshaw (right) commanding general, Marine Corps Logistics Command, meet with Sanford D. Bishop, Jr., U.S. Representative for Georgia's 2nd congressional district, to discuss the tornado’s destruction and cleanup efforts, Jan. 25. A line of strong thunderstorms produced a tornado that passed through the Albany, Georgia, community and Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany carving a path of destruction leaving the landscape strewn with broken trees, downed power lines and damaged structures, Jan. 22.
Tornado strikes MCLB Albany
Col. James C. Carroll III (left) commanding officer, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, and Maj. Gen. Craig C. Crenshaw (right) commanding general, Marine Corps Logistics Command, meet with Sanford D. Bishop, Jr., U.S. Representative for Georgia's 2nd congressional district, to discuss the tornado’s destruction and cleanup efforts, Jan. 25. A line of strong thunderstorms produced a tornado that passed through the Albany, Georgia, community and Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany carving a path of destruction leaving the landscape strewn with broken trees, downed power lines and damaged structures, Jan. 22.
Kevin Hannes, federal coordinating officer, Federal Emergency Management Agency’s National Incident Management Assistance Team - West, spoke at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Jan. 31.

He was joined by a group that included the individual assistance and hazard mitigation coordinators from FEMA and a representative from the U.S. Small Business Administration.  The group met with base personnel affiliated with the installation and their family members at the Base Theater to answer questions and assist with registration for disaster assistance.
FEMA representatives provide disaster assistance to base personnel
Kevin Hannes, federal coordinating officer, Federal Emergency Management Agency’s National Incident Management Assistance Team - West, spoke at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Jan. 31. He was joined by a group that included the individual assistance and hazard mitigation coordinators from FEMA and a representative from the U.S. Small Business Administration. The group met with base personnel affiliated with the installation and their family members at the Base Theater to answer questions and assist with registration for disaster assistance.
Kevin Hannes, federal coordinating officer, Federal Emergency Management Agency’s National Incident Management Assistance Team - West, spoke at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Jan. 31.

He was joined by a group that included the individual assistance and hazard mitigation coordinators from FEMA and a representative from the U.S. Small Business Administration.  The group met with base personnel affiliated with the installation and their family members at the Base Theater to answer questions and assist with registration for disaster assistance.

(Pictured) Paul Timmons of FEMA's Individual Assistance team.
FEMA representatives provide disaster assistance to base personnel
Kevin Hannes, federal coordinating officer, Federal Emergency Management Agency’s National Incident Management Assistance Team - West, spoke at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Jan. 31. He was joined by a group that included the individual assistance and hazard mitigation coordinators from FEMA and a representative from the U.S. Small Business Administration. The group met with base personnel affiliated with the installation and their family members at the Base Theater to answer questions and assist with registration for disaster assistance. (Pictured) Paul Timmons of FEMA's Individual Assistance team.
Kevin Hannes, federal coordinating officer, Federal Emergency Management Agency’s National Incident Management Assistance Team - West, spoke at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Jan. 31.

He was joined by a group that included the individual assistance and hazard mitigation coordinators from FEMA and a representative from the U.S. Small Business Administration.  The group met with base personnel affiliated with the installation and their family members at the Base Theater to answer questions and assist with registration for disaster assistance.


(Pictured) Briana Turner, public affairs specialist, U.S. Small Business Administration, answers questions from an audience member.
FEMA representatives provide disaster assistance to base personnel
Kevin Hannes, federal coordinating officer, Federal Emergency Management Agency’s National Incident Management Assistance Team - West, spoke at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Jan. 31. He was joined by a group that included the individual assistance and hazard mitigation coordinators from FEMA and a representative from the U.S. Small Business Administration. The group met with base personnel affiliated with the installation and their family members at the Base Theater to answer questions and assist with registration for disaster assistance. (Pictured) Briana Turner, public affairs specialist, U.S. Small Business Administration, answers questions from an audience member.
Marines clean up debris following the impact of an EF-3 tornado aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Jan. 25. A line of strong thunderstorms produced the tornado that passed through the Albany, Georgia, community and Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany carving a path of destruction leaving the landscape strewn with broken trees, downed power lines and damaged structures, Jan. 22.
Tornado strikes MCLB Albany
Marines clean up debris following the impact of an EF-3 tornado aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Jan. 25. A line of strong thunderstorms produced the tornado that passed through the Albany, Georgia, community and Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany carving a path of destruction leaving the landscape strewn with broken trees, downed power lines and damaged structures, Jan. 22.
Many military vehicles aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany were damaged by a EF-3 tornado as it swept through the installation carving a path of destruction leaving the landscape strewn with broken trees, downed power lines and damaged structures, Jan. 22.
Tornado strikes MCLB Albany
Many military vehicles aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany were damaged by a EF-3 tornado as it swept through the installation carving a path of destruction leaving the landscape strewn with broken trees, downed power lines and damaged structures, Jan. 22.
A power line snaps and lands on top of a military vehicle after an EF-3 tornado swept through Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Jan. 24. A line of strong thunderstorms produced a tornado that passed through the Albany, Georgia, community and Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany carving a path of destruction leaving the landscape strewn with broken trees, downed power lines and damaged structures, Jan. 22.
Tornado strikes MCLB Albany
A power line snaps and lands on top of a military vehicle after an EF-3 tornado swept through Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Jan. 24. A line of strong thunderstorms produced a tornado that passed through the Albany, Georgia, community and Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany carving a path of destruction leaving the landscape strewn with broken trees, downed power lines and damaged structures, Jan. 22.
An EF-3 tornado destroys the pecan grove aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Jan. 22.  The tornado passed through the Albany, Georgia, community and the installation carving a path of destruction leaving the landscape strewn with broken trees, downed power lines and damaged structures and military vehicles, Jan. 22.
Tornado strikes MCLB Albany
An EF-3 tornado destroys the pecan grove aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Jan. 22. The tornado passed through the Albany, Georgia, community and the installation carving a path of destruction leaving the landscape strewn with broken trees, downed power lines and damaged structures and military vehicles, Jan. 22.
An EF-3 tornado destroys a structure aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Jan. 22.  The tornado passed through the Albany, Georgia, community and the installation carving a path of destruction leaving the landscape strewn with broken trees, downed power lines and damaged structures and military vehicles, Jan. 22.
Tornado strikes MCLB Albany
An EF-3 tornado destroys a structure aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Jan. 22. The tornado passed through the Albany, Georgia, community and the installation carving a path of destruction leaving the landscape strewn with broken trees, downed power lines and damaged structures and military vehicles, Jan. 22.
A line of strong thunderstorms produced a tornado that passed through the Albany, Georgia, community and Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany carving a path of destruction leaving the landscape strewn with broken trees, downed power lines and damaged structures and military vehicles, Jan. 22.
Tornado strikes MCLB Albany
A line of strong thunderstorms produced a tornado that passed through the Albany, Georgia, community and Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany carving a path of destruction leaving the landscape strewn with broken trees, downed power lines and damaged structures and military vehicles, Jan. 22.
Cpl. Kane Keaton, admin clerk, Military Personnel, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, uses his chainsaw to cut trees after severe storms swept through the city of Albany, Ga., and surrounding counties, Jan. 7.
MCLB Albany Marines aid in storm cleanup effort
Cpl. Kane Keaton, admin clerk, Military Personnel, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, uses his chainsaw to cut trees after severe storms swept through the city of Albany, Ga., and surrounding counties, Jan. 7.
Marines pose with Darrel Ealum, a retired Marine major and current Georgia State Representative, after cutting up trees and removing debris from severe storms that swept through the city of Albany, Ga., and surrounding counties, Jan. 7.
MCLB Albany Marines aid in storm cleanup effort
Marines pose with Darrel Ealum, a retired Marine major and current Georgia State Representative, after cutting up trees and removing debris from severe storms that swept through the city of Albany, Ga., and surrounding counties, Jan. 7.
Marines pose for a photo with Jerry Usry, a community volunteer, after cutting down a pine tree that had fallen during a recent severe storm, Jan. 7
MCLB Albany Marines aid in storm cleanup effort
Marines pose for a photo with Jerry Usry, a community volunteer, after cutting down a pine tree that had fallen during a recent severe storm, Jan. 7
Marines assist their off-base neighbor with cutting up trees and removing debris after severe storms that swept through the city of Albany, Ga., and surrounding counties, Jan. 2.
MCLB Albany Marines aid in storm cleanup effort
Marines assist their off-base neighbor with cutting up trees and removing debris after severe storms that swept through the city of Albany, Ga., and surrounding counties, Jan. 2.
Marines assist their off-base neighbor with cutting up a pine tree that had fallen on top of a small truck after severe storms that swept through the city of Albany, Ga., and surrounding counties, Jan. 2.
MCLB Albany Marines aid in storm cleanup effort
Marines assist their off-base neighbor with cutting up a pine tree that had fallen on top of a small truck after severe storms that swept through the city of Albany, Ga., and surrounding counties, Jan. 2.
Marines with the Marine Corps Toys for Tots Program distribute toys in Albany, Ga., Dec. 20, 2016.
Toys for Tots: Community helps campaign exceed goal
Marines with the Marine Corps Toys for Tots Program distribute toys in Albany, Ga., Dec. 20, 2016.
1stSgt. John Horsley, first sergeant, Inspector-Instructor, Detachment 2, Supply Company, Combat Logistics Battalion-453, Combat Logistics Regiment-4, helps distribute toys in Albany, Ga., Dec. 20, 2016.
Toys for Tots: Community helps campaign exceed goal
1stSgt. John Horsley, first sergeant, Inspector-Instructor, Detachment 2, Supply Company, Combat Logistics Battalion-453, Combat Logistics Regiment-4, helps distribute toys in Albany, Ga., Dec. 20, 2016.
Marine Corps Toys for Tots volunteers sort through bags filled with toys at the Albany, Ga., distribution site Dec. 20, 2016.
Toys for Tots: Community helps campaign exceed goal
Marine Corps Toys for Tots volunteers sort through bags filled with toys at the Albany, Ga., distribution site Dec. 20, 2016.
Toys for Tots bins overflow with toys from the local community at the Albany, Ga., distribution site Dec. 20, 2016.
Toys for Tots: Community helps campaign exceed goal
Toys for Tots bins overflow with toys from the local community at the Albany, Ga., distribution site Dec. 20, 2016.
Pastor Darnell Lundy, keynote speaker, addresses a capacity crowd at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s 2017 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. observance, here, Jan.11. The event, which was held at the installation’s Chapel of the Good Shepherd, is an annual commemoration collaborated between Marine Corps Logistics Command, the Albany Area Chapter of Blacks in Government and MCLB Albany.
MLK observance speakers reflect on lineage, slain leader’s message for social justice
Pastor Darnell Lundy, keynote speaker, addresses a capacity crowd at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s 2017 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. observance, here, Jan.11. The event, which was held at the installation’s Chapel of the Good Shepherd, is an annual commemoration collaborated between Marine Corps Logistics Command, the Albany Area Chapter of Blacks in Government and MCLB Albany.
A capacity crowd, including active-duty service members, civilian personnel and community guests, filled the Chapel of the Good Shepherd at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany for the 2017 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. observance, Jan 11. Guest speaker for the annual commemoration was Pastor Darnell Lundy, an Americus, Ga. native.
MLK observance speakers reflect on lineage, slain leader’s message for social justice
A capacity crowd, including active-duty service members, civilian personnel and community guests, filled the Chapel of the Good Shepherd at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany for the 2017 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. observance, Jan 11. Guest speaker for the annual commemoration was Pastor Darnell Lundy, an Americus, Ga. native.
Freedom Singer, Rutha Harris, wowed the crowd with a musical selection at the installation’s 2017 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. observance, Jan 11. The event, which was held at the Chapel of the Good Shepherd, aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, is a collaborative effort between Marine Corps Logistics Command, the Albany Area Chapter of Blacks in Government and MCLB Albany.
MLK observance speakers reflect on lineage, slain leader’s message for social justice
Freedom Singer, Rutha Harris, wowed the crowd with a musical selection at the installation’s 2017 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. observance, Jan 11. The event, which was held at the Chapel of the Good Shepherd, aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, is a collaborative effort between Marine Corps Logistics Command, the Albany Area Chapter of Blacks in Government and MCLB Albany.
A capacity crowd, including active-duty service members, civilian personnel and community guests, filled the Chapel of the Good Shepherd at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany for the 2017 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. observance, Jan 11. Guest speaker for the annual commemoration was Pastor Darnell Lundy, an Americus, Ga. native.
MLK observance speakers reflect on lineage, slain leader’s message for social justice
A capacity crowd, including active-duty service members, civilian personnel and community guests, filled the Chapel of the Good Shepherd at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany for the 2017 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. observance, Jan 11. Guest speaker for the annual commemoration was Pastor Darnell Lundy, an Americus, Ga. native.
Cpl. Tonie Allen, police officer/K-9 handler, Marine Corps Police Department, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, and her working dog Meta, walk the perimeter of a vendor’s vehicle during a checkpoint inspection at the installation’s commercial truck gate. All vehicles entering the installation are required to go through security protocols before access is granted.
Securing Our Safety: MCLB Albany’s K-9 officers sniff for contraband during security checks
Cpl. Tonie Allen, police officer/K-9 handler, Marine Corps Police Department, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, and her working dog Meta, walk the perimeter of a vendor’s vehicle during a checkpoint inspection at the installation’s commercial truck gate. All vehicles entering the installation are required to go through security protocols before access is granted.
Members of the physical security team, at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, inspect a vehicle at the commercial truck entrance at Mock Road. According to the installation’s security officials, the physical security team, assisted by military working dogs, inspect between 100-200 commercial vehicles every day.
Securing Our Safety: MCLB Albany’s K-9 officers sniff for contraband during security checks
Members of the physical security team, at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, inspect a vehicle at the commercial truck entrance at Mock Road. According to the installation’s security officials, the physical security team, assisted by military working dogs, inspect between 100-200 commercial vehicles every day.
Cpl. Erin Zupko, police officer/K-9 handler, Marine Corps Police Department, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, and his military working dog, inspect a commercial vehicle as part of a routine security check at the Mock Road Commercial Truck Gate. All vehicles entering the installation are required to go through rigorous security protocols before access is granted.
Securing Our Safety: MCLB Albany’s K-9 officers sniff for contraband during security checks
Cpl. Erin Zupko, police officer/K-9 handler, Marine Corps Police Department, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, and his military working dog, inspect a commercial vehicle as part of a routine security check at the Mock Road Commercial Truck Gate. All vehicles entering the installation are required to go through rigorous security protocols before access is granted.
Julie Robbins (center), natural resources manager, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, addresses dozens of attendees at the installation’s monthly Veterans Breakfast at Town and Country’s Grand Ballroom, recently. Robbins, who was guest speaker at the event, recapped some of MCLB Albany’s history as it relates to many of the natural inhabitants and vegetation, which have been preserved over the years.
Speaker links preservation of natural resources to base history
Julie Robbins (center), natural resources manager, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, addresses dozens of attendees at the installation’s monthly Veterans Breakfast at Town and Country’s Grand Ballroom, recently. Robbins, who was guest speaker at the event, recapped some of MCLB Albany’s history as it relates to many of the natural inhabitants and vegetation, which have been preserved over the years.
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Transitioning service members on ‘TAP’ while exploring exit strategies By Verda L. Parker | February 16, 2017
Lest ye forget: Black History Program commemorates Buffalo Soldiers’ heritage By Verda L. Parker | February 10, 2017
FEMA representatives provide disaster assistance to base personnel By Pamela Jackson | January 31, 2017
MCLB Albany Marines aid in storm cleanup effort By Nathan Hanks | January 20, 2017
Toys for Tots: Community helps campaign exceed goal By Nathan Hanks | January 17, 2017
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