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Exercise Twisting Thunder 2014 creates havoc, trains personnel April 11, 2014 — Twisting Thunder 2014 barreled onto Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, April 1, leaving 28 simulated fatalities, two collapsed structures, trapped victims, a host of injuries and displaced families. “The two-day exercise tested the procedures, plans and policies in place in the event of a tornado on the installation as well as the coordination MORE
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Exercise Twisting Thunder 2014 creates havoc, trains personnel
LOGCOM civilian-Marine returns from deployment April 11, 2014 — After eight months of serving in Afghanistan, Harry Bailey, maintenance management specialist, Maintenance Management Center, Marine Corps Logistics Command, returned home to family, friends and co-workers at the Southwest Georgia Regional Airport in Albany, Ga., April 1. Bailey deployed to Camp Leatherneck, Afghanistan, from July 14, 2013, to MORE
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LOGCOM civilian-Marine returns from deployment
Marine’s trust, confidence earns meritorious promotion April 11, 2014 — Developing young Marines into future leaders in the Corps is not new; however, the leadership and example here of one, exemplary Marine staff noncommissioned officer paid off April 2. Gunnery Sgt. Daniel G. Walters, company gunnery sergeant and postal chief, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, pinned on an additional rocker that day during a MORE
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Marine’s trust, confidence earns meritorious promotion
MARCORSYSCOM retiree leaves 33-year legacy April 11, 2014 — The Chapel of the Good Shepherd, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, was filled with songs, awards and compliments by well-wishers at the farewell for retiree, William H. Ponder Jr., logistics management specialist, Marine Corps Systems Command, April 3. Retirement letters from President Barack Obama, Commandant of the Marine Corps, Gen. James F. MORE
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MARCORSYSCOM retiree leaves 33-year legacy
Navy chief petty officer retires with 20 years of service April 11, 2014 — Chief Petty Officer Justin Haugland’s newly gained title as retired from the Navy will dictate he  wear khaki pants, white socks, black patent leather shoes, a white T-shirt and the required baseball cap that says Navy retired, according to Master Chief Craig Soleim, senior enlisted leader, directorate, Naval Branch Health Clinics Jacksonville, MORE
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Navy chief petty officer retires with 20 years of service
Base weathers Twisting Thunder 2014 exercise April 03, 2014 — Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany conducted a full-scale destructive weather exercise April 1-2.   The purpose of this event was to exercise the ability of base and tenant personnel, first responders and others in dealing with a tornado strike and possibly other events. During the two-day exercise, the mass notification and AtHoc warning systems MORE
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Base weathers Twisting Thunder 2014 exercise
Distracted drivers on base officials’ radar April 03, 2014 — Sending or receiving a text message while driving distracts a driver from the road for 4.6 seconds, according to www.distraction.gov, the official U.S. government website for distracted driving.  The website compared it to driving the entire length of a football field at 55 mph blindfolded. Capt. Mike Reynolds, operations officer, Marine Corps MORE
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Distracted drivers on base officials’ radar
Marines, sailors get HITT April 03, 2014 — Seeing the High Intensity Tactical Training locker for the first time, one immediately realizes this is not a typical gym.  Treadmills and ellipticals do not line the walls nor are there TVs to watch. There are no walls, and instead there are kettlebells, medicine balls, battle ropes and other equipment stored in a large metal container, which can MORE
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Marines, Sailors get HITT
Vietnam War veteran ends 28-plus-year federal career April 03, 2014 — Former Vietnam War veteran, career civil servant, Jerry Laney is no stranger to life on and around military installations. Laney, who was the Voluntary Protection Program coordinator for Command, Control, Communica-tions and Computers Department, Marine Corps Logistics Command, retired from federal service March 27. His honorable military and civil MORE
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Vietnam War veteran ends 28-plus-year federal career
Base personnel to train for severe weather event March 27, 2014 — Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany officials have announced a severe weather training exercise, themed Twisting Thunder 2014, scheduled to be held aboard the base Tuesday and Wednesday. The two-day exercise is part of an annual requirement to gauge and help train both responders and employees if such an event should occur in real life, according to MORE
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Base personnel to train for severe weather event

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