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Base executive officer ends 20-year Marine Corps career August 22, 2014 — A Marine Corps career, which began at 1st Battalion, 10th Marine Regiment, Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, 20 years ago, ended here Friday, in a ceremony held in his honor, at the Chapel of the Good Shepherd, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany. The milestone, which marked the retirement of MCLB Albany’s executive officer, Lt. Col. Daniel L. Bates, MORE
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Base executive officer ends 20-year Marine Corps career
Back to school: Clinic offers school physicals, immunizations August 22, 2014 — The Naval Branch Health Clinic Albany at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany is offering school physicals and immunizations including a special clinic Saturday from 8-11 a.m., by appointment only.  Georgia law requires health exams and immunizations documentation for all K-12 students.   A school entry health exam, Form DH 3300, is required for all MORE
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Back to school: Clinic offers school physicals, immunizations
Hurricane season peaks, guard against complacency August 22, 2014 — Thoughts or concerns of a hurricane or tropical storm affecting Albany, Georgia, are quickly disregarded, often times due to the geographic location. However, awareness and preparation, specifically in inland locations, are just as important as if located on a coast.  The Southwest Georgia region, to include Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany and MORE
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Hurricane season peaks, guard against complacency
Basic emergency supply kit August 22, 2014 — Editor’s note: The following information is provided by www.ready.gov/kit. A basic emergency supply kit is a collection of items a family may need in the event of an emergency. Recommended items may include but are not limited to:  * Battery-powered or hand crank radio and a NOAA  * Weather Radio with tone alert and extra batteries for both * MORE
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Hurricane season peaks, guard against complacency
Summer Reading Club rewards young readers August 22, 2014 — Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s youngest scholars and their parents filled the Town and Country Restaurant’s Grand Ballroom, Aug. 16, for the installation’s 2014 Summer Reading Club Award Ceremony. The annual event, which is a Marine Corps Community Services’ Lifelong Learning Center summer reading activity for the installation’s youth, MORE
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Summer Reading Club rewards young readers
CPLO makes impact on community August 22, 2014 — Marines and civilian-Marines serving around Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany may take pride and passion in volunteering to better the surrounding community.   Pamela Jackson is one of the civilian-Marines who actively volunteers. Her current position as the community plans and liaison officer gives her the privilege of being the center of MORE
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CPLO makes impact on community
Upgrades improve early warning alert system August 14, 2014 — Opened ceiling tiles, visible wiring and cable lines, along the main corridor and wings throughout Building 3500 the past few weeks, are all indicators of progress to Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s mass notification system. Recently, installation safety and emergency management officials discussed benefits of the upgrade, the process for MORE
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Upgrades improve early warning alert system
Barber Shop offers customer-friendly experience August 14, 2014 — Numerous patrons of American Clipper proclaim the experience is very different from other barbershops.  They agree the customer service is superior, the quality of service is great and prices are very competitive, outshining most barbershops in the local area. The convenient location is also an appealing attribute to customers.  The shop is located MORE
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Barber Shop offers customer-friendly experience
Base’s first African-American barber still cuts hair August 14, 2014 — The first African-American barber to work the then-Barber Shop on base arrived at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany in 1968 from Jacksonville, Florida, to very apprehensive patrons.  Henry Davis, barber, American Clipper, is still cutting hair today aboard the base. Over the years, Davis has seen many changes. One significant change is price. MORE
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Base’s first African-American barber still cuts hair
LOGCOM-Forward earns Military Unit Award August 14, 2014 — Each year, the National Defense Transportation Association recognizes military units that accomplish outstanding service during operations in the field of transportation and logistics.   In 2013, Marine Corps Logistics Command-Forward was the recipient of the NDTA Military Unit Award for executing and providing effective operational-level logistics MORE
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LOGCOM-Forward earns Military Unit Award

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