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Paws at the Park promotes fun with canine companions April 29, 2016 — Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany officials hosted the third annual Paws at the Park event at the installation’s Crouch Field, April 23. Master Sgt. Alejandra Medina, Paws at the Park event coordinator, Marine Corps Community Services, MCLB Albany, said the family and pet-fun event, which was free and open to the public, provided a venue where pet MORE
Officials break ground on new large-scale solar facility at MCLB Albany April 28, 2016 — In a collaborative effort between the Department of the Navy, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany and Georgia Power, a subsidiary of Southern Company located in Atlanta, Georgia, officials broke ground on a large-scale solar facility aboard the installation, April 28.Georgia Power will build, own, operate and maintain the 44-megawatt solar facility. MORE
Dubber’s Oak: Historical landmark focus of base alignment April 27, 2016 — Anyone entering or exiting the main gate of Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany has passed by a large Southern Live Oak tree next to the base sign.The tree was named “Dubber’s Oak” after Col. A. E. Dubber who was the resident officer-in-charge of construction during the time the base was being built. Dubber served aboard the installation from MORE
MCLB Albany conducts full-scale Exercise Black Swan 2016 April 26, 2016 — Simulated explosive devices detonated aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany replicating mass casualties, a collapsed structure and loss of utilities during Exercise Black Swan 2016, here, April 12 and 13.During the mock explosion, fake smoke filled a barracks’ hallways and rooms, making it difficult for MCLB Albany firefighters to see as they MORE
Flat Stanley visits MCLB Albany April 26, 2016 — Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s Marine Corps Police Department recently gave its special guest, “Flat Stanley,” a taste of what it is like to be a military police officer.Staff Sgt. Paul Delekto, services chief, MCPD, received a hand-written letter by a young girl from Mark Twain Elementary School in Rolla, Missouri, requesting his MORE
Cyclists’ outreach efforts “rev up” local students at pep rally April 25, 2016 — The thunderous sounds of engines revved inside the gymnasium at West Town Elementary School, Albany, Georgia, as area riders from several motorcycle clubs and organizations assembled to entertain, educate and motivate students during a pep rally, recently.As part of an ongoing outreach initiative, several Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany MORE
MCLB Albany implementing RAPIDGate, May 1 April 20, 2016 — Sentries at the Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany will begin confiscating base-issued contractor-vendor identification badges on May 1 due to a new access control system called RAPIDGate. RAPIDGate is an enterprise-level security system using handheld scanners designed to maintain safety and security while providing greater throughput efficiency MORE
Hoops, shots, sweets earn dollars for military families facing crisis April 8, 2016 — “Ballers,” shooters and bakers aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany signed up for several activities in support of the kick-off of the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society Annual Fund Drive held here, recently. Marines, Sailors and civilian-Marine volunteers joined forces to lend their athletic, marksmanship and culinary skills to contribute to MORE
Women Making History: Retiree transitions from warrior to warfighter-support comrade April 4, 2016 — In wrapping up the Women’s History Month series, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s spotlight rotates to a retired Marine officer, who has traded in her mud-soaked camouflage warfighter gear for a civil service job, which allows her to still support her comrades from the sideline.Madeleine Tringali transitioned not too far from her 22-year MORE
Visiting chaplain delivers resurrection message at MCLB Albany’s Easter Sunrise Service March 30, 2016 — Despite the threat of thunderstorms, which were predicted for the Albany area, a number of parishioners assembled, here, at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s Chapel of the Good Shepherd for Easter Sunrise Service, March 27.Lt. Cmdr. Erskine Alvis, officiating chaplain, Headquarters and Support Battalion, Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, stood at MORE

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