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Statistics dispute suicide increase during holiday season November 25, 2014 — For many years, the media has reported an increase in suicides during the holiday season. However, national statistics show the opposite to be correct.Researchers from The Annenberg Public Policy Center analyzed articles for a span of 10 years and revealed more than 30 percent of articles released information that indicated a spike in suicide. In MORE
Tie One On For Safety November 25, 2014 — The holiday season is upon us and for many this is a time for family gatherings and celebrations with friends. Hosting a party can be as much fun as the event itself; however, every responsible host knows it’s only a great time if every guest gets home safely.The time period between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day includes some of the most MORE
Marine makes Professional Mixed Martial Arts debut November 25, 2014 — Holding a POW/MIA flag and wearing a hockey mask painted with the colors of the Mexican flag, Staff Sgt. Francisco Castro enters the Valley Center’s octagon cage making his Professional Mixed Martial Arts debut in San Diego, California.Honoring those who sacrificed themselves for freedom and his Mexican heritage, Castro recently won his MORE
LOGCOM conducts weeklong roadshow November 25, 2014 — Representatives from Weapon Systems Management Center, Logistics Capability Center and Operations Directorate recently traveled to Okinawa, Japan, and Hawaii to present briefs and discuss Marine Corps Logistics Command support to Marine Forces Pacific and III Marine Expeditionary Force.During the weeklong trip, the command conducted six individual MORE
MCLB Albany earns SECNAV energy award November 21, 2014 — Editor’s note: The following article is provided by the Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Southeast Public Affairs Office. Nathan L. Hanks Jr. also contributed to the article. The Honorable Ray Mabas, secretary of the Navy, announced the Fiscal Year 2014 Energy and Water Management Award winners Oct. 21 naming Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany MORE
Ready, Aim, Fire: Marines set sights on success November 21, 2014 — Shots were fired and in the blink of any eye a chest was seared. Additional shots pierced the head and other extremities of a silhouette during Combat Pistol Program qualification. The training was held recently at the pistol range aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany.  The newly implemented CPP allows Marines to fire at life-like silhouettes MORE
New facility to provide better storage of weapons, equipment November 21, 2014 — A new roughly 60,000-square-foot Weapons Storage and Inspection Facility will be built on Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany to provide better storage for small arms weapons, classified publications, night vision and optics equipment as well as communication security and controlled cryptographic items.Naval Facilities Engineering Command Southeast, MORE
Keeping warfighters mobile: Versatility is key to PPA’s craneway production November 21, 2014 — The sounds of vehicles being repaired echoed throughout Production Plant Albany’s craneway as workers overhauled and inspected ground and ground combat support equipment for the Marine Corps’ operating forces.To accommodate the number of requests for equipment to support the warfighter, work stations throughout the craneway change MORE
LOGCOM deputy director retires after 34 years of service to the Corps November 21, 2014 — Friends and family gathered at Marine Corps Logistics Base’s Chapel to bid farewell to Michelle Polk, Deputy Director, Command, Control, Communications and Computers, Marine Corps Logistics Command, Oct 30.Polk, originally from Petersburg, Virginia, began her federal career as a Systems Accountant in 1980 for the Fleet Material Support Office, MORE
MCLB Albany star struck by VPP recommendation November 14, 2014 — The Carson Conference room was filled with an attentive audience Nov. 5 during the Voluntary Protection Program out brief assessment from Occupational Health and Safety Administration. Attendees listened intently as the announcement was made, “We have recommended you for a star site within the VPP.” Dan DeHart, VPP officer, Occupational Safety and MORE

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