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New commandant writes letter to U.S. Marines October 23, 2014 — Marines, I am truly honored and humbled to serve as your Commandant. I’d like to begin my tenure by thanking Gen. and Mrs. Amos for their four decades of extraordinary service and commitment. They transition to the next phase of their lives with the admiration, appreciation and affection of all Marines and their families.The Marine Corps is in MORE
Flu vaccine is here October 23, 2014 — Naval Branch Health Clinic Albany is now providing annual influenza (flu) vaccine to service members, retirees and their families.Active duty, retirees and family members can walk-in for flu vaccines to NBHC Albany’s Immunizations Clinic Mondays – Fridays from 7:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.The vaccine is recommended by Centers for Disease Control and MORE
Base officials to educate personnel on substance abuse, holiday safety October 23, 2014 — Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany officials will host two safety events at the Base Theater, here: a drug task force speaker, Friday, and a 2014 Winter Operational Pause, today.The purpose of these two events is to conduct a stand down to increase awareness about illegal drugs encountered by law enforcement as well as to discuss winter and holiday MORE
Marine Corps COOL links to credentialing opportunities October 23, 2014 — Marine Corps Credentialing Opportunity On-line is the newest awareness and information resource capability that assists active and Reserve Marines in learning about certifications and licenses related to their military occupational specialties. Marine Corps COOL, launched three weeks ago, translates Marine Corps knowledge and training into civilian MORE
LOGCOM hosts Employee Recognition Day October 23, 2014 — Marine Corps Logistics Command held its 10th annual Employee Recognition Day at Boyett Park aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Oct. 16.  This day is set aside each year to recognize and celebrate the dedicated support provided by the Marines and civilian-Marines of LOGCOM. Once the awards were presented and the ceremony was concluded, MORE
To tether or not to tether: Officials give safety tips for protecting young passengers October 23, 2014 — Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s safety officials along with state troopers and other law-enforcement officers conducted a car seat safety check at the Child Development Center, here, recently.The parking lot on the north end of the CDC was marked off with two lanes lined with orange cones and colorful balloons indicating the entry point for MORE
MCLB Albany gets new digs October 17, 2014 — The sky’s the limit when it comes to finding cost-effective ways to conserve and recycle available energy sources and to upgrade current systems, which support Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany and its tenants.Motorists driving around the base can spot solar-powered traffic signs at various intersections; solar panels on roof tops at the barracks MORE
Community watch: Anyone can report crimes, suspicious activities through ‘Eagle Eyes’ October 17, 2014 — To protect themselves and their neighbors, residents in many neighborhoods participate in neighborhood watch programs to report criminal activities to law enforcement.On a bigger scale, the Marine Corps has developed its own neighborhood watch-like campaign where personnel may report crimes or suspicious activities aboard its installations.Dubbed MORE
Base officials find resourceful ways to reduce energy costs October 17, 2014 — The Marine Corps is known for doing more with less. According to Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany energy officials, the Corps continues to find resourceful ways to support its warfighters through cutting costs and saving energy by reducing the consumption of electricity, fuel and water.  MCLB Albany has reduced its energy output significantly, MORE
Ramping ‘em up, lashing ‘em down: MPF vessel delivers critical gear to warfighters October 17, 2014 — If an individual is familiar with the terms, “offload, backload, lashing, Big Red, RORO and LOLO,” then he or she has some basic knowledge of the day-to-day operations on the USNS Pfc. Dewayne T. Williams docked at Blount Island Command, Jacksonville, Florida.Delivering military gear to warfighters around the globe is considered critical to the MORE

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