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Base officials spring into action following accident that damaged fence line July 2, 2015 — A single-car accident on Fleming Road ended with a vehicle barreling through a portion of fence line aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, July 1. The mangled car came to rest aboard the installation. Base officials quickly moved into action to assist local authorities with the accident as well as retain security of the base.Lt. Bobby MORE
New command, new rank: MCLB Albany’s top official achieves colonel July 1, 2015 — Colonel insignia were carefully pinned on the lapels of Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s commanding officer during his promotion ceremony, July 1, at the Marine Corps Logistics Command.Col. James C. Carroll III was pinned by his wife, Shari Carroll, and Maj. Gen. Craig C. Crenshaw, commanding general, Marine Corps Logistics Command, as the MORE
Beat the rush on back-to-school physicals and immunizations July 1, 2015 — Naval Branch Health Clinic Albany, aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, is conducting school physicals and immunizations — including a special clinic July 25, from 8 a.m. to noon, by appointment only. Beat the back-to-school rush by scheduling an appointment now. Call NBHC Albany’s appointment line at 229-639-7884/7886 to schedule a school MORE
Officials prohibit fireworks aboard MCLB Albany, stress safety during holiday tradition off base June 30, 2015 — For many Americans, fireworks are a family tradition when celebrating Independence Day. However, fireworks are prohibited in Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s family housing area, according to Base Order P11320.2F, Base Fire Prevention - Protection Regulations.Juan Escovar, safety technician, Risk Management Office, MCLB Albany, urges those MORE
Independence Day celebration brings base, community together June 26, 2015 — A steady flow of people streamed through the gates at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany to enjoy an Independence Day celebration June 26.Visitors enjoyed a variety of entertainment, including several activities for children, live music as well as a host of different food vendors. One event not on the schedule, however, was a temporary suspension MORE
Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany temporarily suspends Independence Day celebration June 26, 2015 — Activities were temporarily halted due to imminent lightning in the vicinity of Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany during the Independence Day celebration. Guests were enjoying the festivities when everyone was instructed to take cover. Buildings on the base were opened to the public to provide shelter. The hallways and open office spaces were MORE
Lego® Club enhances youngsters' skills June 26, 2015 — Fourteen children rummaged through a box looking for that perfect piece as they built dinsoaurs, flags and other items during the first Lego® Club at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany's Library, June 25. Co-hosted by the Library and the Exceptional Family Member Program, the event will be held each month on the fourth Thursday from 10-11 a.m. The MORE
Active-duty, retirees support ‘Ties that Bind’ community event June 24, 2015 — More than a dozen active-duty service members and retirees from Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany and Marine Corps Logistics Command demonstrated their strong ties to the local community by participating in a ‘Ties that Bind’ event, June 19, at Phoebe Northwest Conference Center, Albany, Georgia.The “Ties that Bind” annual luncheon is a program MORE
CDC students combine culture, learning, fun at camp June 23, 2015 — The Child Development Center at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany is hosting a two-month Summer Program for the installation’s school-age and Pre-K youth.Students enrolled in the program have participated in a number of enrichment activities throughout the month, including a field trip to Thronateeska Heritage Center, June 5.Alex LaPierre, program MORE
Post and relief ceremony transfers duties to new LOGCOM sergeant major June 19, 2015 — Sgt. Maj. Stephanie K. Murphy became the highest ranking senior enlisted noncommissioned officer of Marine Corps Logistics Command during a post and relief ceremony at Covella Pond, June 19, here. Murphy replaced Sgt. Maj. Joseph Davenport who has served more than 31 years in the Marine Corps and with LOGCOM since October 2012. He was the sixth MORE

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