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Teens learn life skills, craft career goals at CO’s summer university June 27, 2016 — Twenty-seven energetic teens registered to attend a five-day summer program designed to teach them skills to help shape their day-to-day activities as well as their future choices and career goals.Colonel James C. Carroll, III, commanding officer, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, welcomed participants to the event, which kicked-off here, June MORE
Naval Branch Health Clinic Albany Changes Charge June 20, 2016 — ALBANY, Georgia – Cmdr. Raymond Bristol was relieved as officer-in-charge of Naval Branch Health Clinic-Albany, Georgia, by Lt. Cmdr. Kenneth Shaw III in a change-of-charge ceremony at the Chapel of the Good Shepherd, aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, June 15. Bristol, who assumed OIC duties in June 2013, previously served as director for MORE
Shooters enhance marksmanship proficiency with ISMT June 16, 2016 — Entering Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s Indoor Simulated Marksmanship Trainer building, one could easily think he or she were stepping inside a life-size video arcade game room.While most video games are played for entertainment, the Marines use the ISMT to simulate a variety of realistic environments including hostage situations and MORE
Louisiana MJROTC cadets conduct training at MCLB Albany for first time June 16, 2016 — Land navigation, High Intensity Tactical Training, Aquatics Maximum Power Intense Training and a 6-mile hike tested the stamina of Marine Corps Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps cadets from Plaquemine High School, Plaquemine, Louisiana, June 6-10.The cadets, who rode in a school bus nearly 500 miles, participated in a Cadet Leadership Camp MORE
Young anglers ‘buddy up’ for biggest catch at tournament June 9, 2016 — The five-acre perimeter of Covella Pond, aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, was lined with young anglers and their buddy fishing companions who participated in the 28th Annual Buddy Fishing Tournament, June 4.Youth partnered with their parents, grandparents, older siblings and guardians to compete for a chance at winning one of several MORE
Family, friends, fellow comrades gather for ‘fair winds’ celebration in Florida May 26, 2016 — With a 30-year active-duty career in his rearview mirror, one Sailor stationed at Naval Branch Health Clinic-Albany, located aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, transitioned to retired, civilian status at a “fair winds” celebration held in his honor in Orange Park, Florida, May 14.A standing-room-only crowd of witnesses, some donned in a sea MORE
Marine earns rare meritorious promotion May 24, 2016 — Eleven principles shape the foundation of a Marine Corps leader. Staff Sgt. Steven McGahee, postal clerk, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, learned and honed these leadership principles throughout his career to help set himself apart from his peers, resulting in a recent meritorious promotion to his current rank.McGahee competed in and won MORE
To qualify or not to qualify: Marines, Sailors ‘take aim’ on pistol range May 16, 2016 — Some active-duty service members travel to Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany from near and far with a three-fold focus in mind -- testing their marksmanship skills, satisfying their Corps requirements, while achieving qualifying scores on the pistol range.Both Marines and Sailors sign up to attend the week-long qualification course of fire in the MORE
Diversity is celebrated during Unity Day event May 9, 2016 — Guests and employees enjoyed food, games, songs and poetry from a variety of eras and ethnicities recently on the installation. Base officials hosted Unity Day to celebrate differences in the workplace. “We celebrate diversity because we recognize the strength in our differences, and how those differences make us better as a people and a nation,” MORE
Marines past, present converge on ‘yellow footprints’ decades apart May 9, 2016 — Ask any Marine to discuss the significance of the “yellow footprints” and more likely than not there will be a range of responses, but the most unanimous reply is “the beginning” of boot camp and the transition for a lifetime membership into an exclusive fighting force—the Corps.There is one such local Marine who was there at the very beginning of MORE

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