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Spring Operational Pause promotes summer safety May 21, 2015 — Considered the “101 Critical Days of Summer,” which begin Memorial Day weekend and run through Labor Day weekend, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s Spring Operational Pause focused on summer safety, May 21, at the Base Theater.The event marked the start of a busy summer for Marines who will be traveling and participating in various recreational MORE
Installation personnel pause to honor Asian, Pacific Islander heritage May 21, 2015 — Marine Corps Logistics Command and Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany officials hosted a Lunch and Learn in recognition of Asian-American and Pacific Islanders Heritage Month, here, May 21.Kimonos and Asian-Pacific centerpieces and artifacts donned the walls and tables at MCLB Albany’s Town and Country Restaurant’s Grand Ballroom as guests poured MORE
Base CO deems two businesses 'off-limits' May 21, 2015 — Two Albany, Georgia, businesses were recently placed on the off-limits establishment list -- a compilation of businesses that all active-duty service members are prohibited from patronizing, entering or being on the premises. Big Daddy's Lounge, located at 300 E. Broad Ave., and the Sandtrap Club and Lounge, located at 911 E. Oglethorpe Blvd., both MORE
Assistant Secretary of the Navy witnesses base energy program firsthand May 19, 2015 — Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s energy initiatives have caught the attention of Department of Defense officials as it continues its quest to become the first “net zero” Marine Corps, installation in the DoD. One official, Assistant Secretary of the Navy, the Honorable Dennis V. McGinn, Energy, Installations and Environment, visited the base to MORE
Pre-K grads wave ‘Aloha’ to CDC teachers, classroom May 19, 2015 — Pre-K students at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s Child Development Center led parents, installation staff and other guests into reciting the Pledge of Allegiance and singing God Bless America during an End of Year Program, May 19.The stage at the Base Theater, here, was decorated with inflated palm trees, lined with 21 tiny chairs, filled MORE
Naval Hospital Jacksonville announces senior sailor of the quarter May 18, 2015 — Hospital Corpsman 1st Class Kishaun Jeffers, of Naval Branch Health Clinic Albany, was named senior sailor of the quarter for Naval Hospital Jacksonville, Florida’s hospital and five branch health clinics.  Jeffers, a native of St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands, serves as leading petty officer for radiology, laboratory, pharmacy, preventive medicine MORE
Marines are visible to school children through M.I.A. May 14, 2015 — Local school students were the benefactors of more than 260 volunteer hours from Marines through the Mentors in Action initiative. To celebrate, students and Marines gathered May 14 at the Town and Country Restaurant’s Grand Ballroom here on base for the annual M.I.A. luncheon. Through the program, International Studies Elementary Charter School, MORE
Natural resource manager helps curb fear of snakes through education May 14, 2015 — Hearing the word snake sends some people into a state of panic. At least 20 percent of the U.S. population suffers from some degree of snake fear, according to the National Wildlife Federation.Julie Robbins, natural resource manager, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, wants to help curb that fear by educating the base community about the different MORE
Marines train to become AMP-IT instructors May 13, 2015 — Considered an "alternative workout," Aquatics Maximum Power-Intense Training provides a way for participants to conduct non-impact physical fitness exercises in water.AMP-IT instructors Jeania Lamonzs and Whitney Hendrix, Marine Corps Community Services, conducted a two-day train the trainer course at the Base Pool, May 13-14, for a group of MORE
MCLB Albany hosts Security Seminar May 13, 2015 — MCLB Albany officials hosted a Security Seminar, May 13, aboard the installation to facilitate, encourage and promote better, continued and increased communication between public safety personnel and professionals from local and regional law enforcement agencies.The better working relationships and communication that exists between the MORE

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