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Marines commemorate 238-year legacy

By Nathan L. Hanks Jr. | Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany | November 07, 2013

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Capt. Michael T. Duffy, adjutant, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, reads the 13th commandant Gen. John A. Lejeune’s birthday message Wednesday during the Marine Corps’ 238th birthday cake-cutting ceremony and uniform pageant held in front of Building 3500, here. Marines, civilian-Marines and guests, gathered for the traditional ceremony to celebrate 238 years of service to the nation.

Capt. Michael T. Duffy, adjutant, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, reads the 13th commandant Gen. John A. Lejeune’s birthday message Wednesday during the Marine Corps’ 238th birthday cake-cutting ceremony and uniform pageant held in front of Building 3500, here. Marines, civilian-Marines and guests, gathered for the traditional ceremony to celebrate 238 years of service to the nation. (Photo by Nathan L. Hanks Jr.)


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Oldest Marine present, Sgt. Maj. Conrad Potts, sergeant major, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, passes a slice of cake to the youngest Marine present, Lance Cpl. Cree Gaines,  administrative specialist, Military Personnel, MCLB Albany, Wednesday, during the Marine Corps’ 238th birthday cake-cutting ceremony and uniform pageant held in front of Building 3500, here.

Oldest Marine present, Sgt. Maj. Conrad Potts, sergeant major, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, passes a slice of cake to the youngest Marine present, Lance Cpl. Cree Gaines, administrative specialist, Military Personnel, MCLB Albany, Wednesday, during the Marine Corps’ 238th birthday cake-cutting ceremony and uniform pageant held in front of Building 3500, here. (Photo by Nathan L. Hanks Jr.)


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November 7, 2013 --

Capt. Michael T. Duffy, adjutant, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, reads the 13th commandant Gen. John A. Lejeune’s birthday message Wednesday during the Marine Corps’ 238th birthday cake-cutting ceremony and uniform pageant held in front of Building 3500, here. Marines, civilian-Marines and guests, gathered for the traditional ceremony to celebrate 238 years of service to the nation.

Oldest Marine present, Sgt. Maj. Conrad Potts, sergeant major, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, passes a slice of cake to the youngest Marine present, Lance Cpl. Cree Gaines, administrative specialist, Military Personnel, MCLB Albany, Wednesday during the Marine Corps’ 238th birthday cake-cutting ceremony and uniform pageant held in front of Building 3500, here.



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