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Change of Command
LOGCOM CG reflects on tour
Maj.Gen. Craig C. Crenshaw, commanding general, Marine Corps Logistics Command, ended his three-year tour of duty during a change of command ceremony on Schmid Field at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, June 14.
Change of Command
LOGCOM CG reflects on tour
Maj.Gen. Craig C. Crenshaw, commanding general, Marine Corps Logistics Command, ended his three-year tour of duty during a change of command ceremony on Schmid Field at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, June 14.
Base, LOGCOM personnel form ‘ties’ with local youth
Base, LOGCOM personnel form ‘ties’ with local youth
Nearly a dozen active-duty and civilian personnel with Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany and Marine Corps Logistics Command joined other distinguished male community leaders for the sixth annual Ties that Bind event at the James H. Gray, Sr. Civic Center, June 13.
Base, LOGCOM personnel form ‘ties’ with local youth
Base, LOGCOM personnel form ‘ties’ with local youth
Nearly a dozen active-duty and civilian personnel with Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany and Marine Corps Logistics Command joined other distinguished male community leaders for the sixth annual Ties that Bind event at the James H. Gray, Sr. Civic Center, June 13.
Base, LOGCOM personnel form ‘ties’ with local youth
Base, LOGCOM personnel form ‘ties’ with local youth
Nearly a dozen active-duty and civilian personnel with Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany and Marine Corps Logistics Command joined other distinguished male community leaders for the sixth annual Ties that Bind event at the James H. Gray, Sr. Civic Center, June 13.
Base, LOGCOM personnel form ‘ties’ with local youth
Base, LOGCOM personnel form ‘ties’ with local youth
Nearly a dozen active-duty and civilian personnel with Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany and Marine Corps Logistics Command joined other distinguished male community leaders for the sixth annual Ties that Bind event at the James H. Gray, Sr. Civic Center, June 13.
Buddy Fishing Tournament
Buddy Fishing Tournament
A kid shows off his first catfish catch during the Buddy Fishing Tournament held at Marine Corps Logistics Albany, June 2nd.
Buddy Fishing Tournament
Buddy Fishing Tournament
A kid shows off his first catfish catch during the Buddy Fishing Tournament held at Marine Corps Logistics Albany, June 2nd.
Buddy Fishing Tournament
Buddy Fishing Tournament
A kid shows off his first catfish catch during the Buddy Fishing Tournament held at Marine Corps Logistics Albany, June 2nd.
MCLB
Base commander relinquishes post
In an hour-long change of command ceremony on Schmid Field, Col. James C. Carroll III, outgoing commanding officer, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, relinquished command to Col. Alphonso Trimble, incoming commanding officer, May 24.
Colonel James C. Carroll III, reflects on his leadership during his assignment at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany
Base CO reflects on MCLB Albany assignment
Just hours shy of the change of command, Colonel James C. Carroll III, reflects on his leadership during his assignment at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany. Nearly three years ago, Carroll became the eighth commanding officer of MCLB Albany. Since then, Carroll developed and passed to his team the motto “win until the end.”
Marine Corps Logistics Base
Base Ops 'glue' to MCLB machine
It’s one thing to plan an event on a military installation, but another to pull it off successfully, and with the acceptance of various chains of command. The Operations and Training Division is the glue behind the hundreds of activities that happen on and off the Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany installation.
Marine Team Challenge
MCLB Albany hosts first-ever Marine team challenge
Dozens of hard-charging Marines put their physical strength to the test during the first-ever Marine team challenge aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Apr. 27, 2018. The Marine Corps Community Services Semper Fit sponsored a 3-mile obstacle course to measure the Marines strength, endurance, marksmanship and strategy. “We want to keep them motivated, we want to build camaraderie, and we want to teach them to work together in stressful situations,” Whitney Hendrix, coordinator, Fitness & Health Program, Marine Corps Community Services, explained. Five teams of Marines signed up for the challenge, with one being an all-female team who called themselves Wonder Women. “We’re going to give it all we got, we’re going to cross the finish line no matter what the scoreboard says, and we’re out here to show that we can do it,” said 1stLt. Delaney Bourlakov, adjutant, MCLB Albany. Like the other teams, Bourlakov had no clue of what to expect from the course. In fact, the participants got a brief rundown of the events just a few minutes before the challenge started at 8 a.m. From Covella Pond to the Skeet Range, the three-mile course included five different events like flipping tires, performing pushups and even pushing a high mobility multi-wheeled vehicle nearly 50 yards. And with four all-male teams, the Wonder Women were sure to strategize. The entire team was decked out in candy paint, and if that didn’t boost their spirits, one member even had a speaker stashed away in a camelbak blasting motivating music throughout the challenge. Through blood, sweat and tears, every team gave it their best shot. “Nothing but teamwork, motivation…teamwork is probably the best thing, I mean this is what Marines do,” Sgt. Brian Harrington, administrative clerk, Military Personnel, MCLB Albany, of Rapid Retraction team remarked.
Denim Day
Marines and civilian-Marines from various commands aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany sported blue shirts and denim jeans for one day only in support of sexual assault awareness
Base Commanding Officer Col. James C. Carroll III, authorized the wearing of denim by active-duty Marines to support National Denim Day. “It was an inspiring day towards remembering sexual assault victims and their plight to be supported and strengthened toward justice and fair treatment from our community and our society at large,” said Marcus White, coordinator, Sexual Assault Response Program, MCLB Albany. Denim Day began as an international protest to the Italian Supreme Court’s overruling of a rape conviction in 1999. During this case, an Italian woman was raped and her assailant was found guilty, but the conviction was later overturned. The defense used the argument that the victim must have helped the assailant remove her tight jeans, thus suggesting that since the jeans were so tight there was no way the assailant could have removed the jeans without the victim’s cooperation and assistance.
MCLB Albany Marine returns from first deployment
MCLB Albany Marine returns from first deployment
Sgt. Joshua Robles (front) training noncommissioned officer, Military Operations and Training Branch, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, is met at the Southwest Georgia Regional Airport in Albany, Georgia, by fellow Marines Feb. 7 after a six-month deployment to Kuwait.
MCLB Albany Marine returns from first deployment
MCLB Albany Marine returns from first deployment
Sgt. Joshua Robles, training noncommissioned officer, Military Operations and Training Branch, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, is met at the Southwest Georgia Regional Airport in Albany, Georgia, by fellow Marines Feb. 7 after a six-month deployment to Kuwait.
MCLB Albany Marine returns from first deployment
MCLB Albany Marine returns from first deployment
Sgt. Joshua Robles, right, training noncommissioned officer, Military Operations and Training Branch, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, is met at the Southwest Georgia Regional Airport in Albany, Georgia, by fellow Marines Feb. 7 after a six-month deployment to Kuwait.
MCLB Albany Marine returns from first deployment
MCLB Albany Marine returns from first deployment
Marines wait at the Southwest Georgia Regional Airport in Albany, Georgia, for Sgt. Joshua Robles, training noncommissioned officer, Military Operations and Training Branch, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, who arrived Feb. 7 after a six-month deployment to Kuwait.
Marines participate in Security Augmentation Force training
Marines participate in Security Augmentation Force training
Sgt. Chad Elders, Marine Corps Community Services Marine, Marine Corps Exchange, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, shoots an M9 in the modified prone position during the Combat Pistol Course at MCLB Albany, Jan. 30. The course is part of the Security Augmentation Force training hosted by Marine Corps Police Department.
Marines participate in Security Augmentation Force training
Marines participate in Security Augmentation Force training
Sgt. Chad Elders, Marine Corps Community Services Marine, Marine Corps Exchange, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, shoots an M9 during the Combat Pistol Course at MCLB Albany, Jan. 30. The course is part of the Security Augmentation Force training hosted by Marine Corps Police Department.
Marines participate in Security Augmentation Force training
Marines participate in Security Augmentation Force training
Lance Cpl. Tylor Schoolcraft, cyber network operator, Computer and Information Systems Division Network Operations, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, qualifies with a 12-guage shotgun at MCLB Albany, Jan. 30. The course is part of the Security Augmentation Force training hosted by Marine Corps Police Department.
Marines participate in Security Augmentation Force training
Marines participate in Security Augmentation Force training
Pfc. Jared Lambert, Light Armored Vehicle mechanic, Marine Corps Logistics Command, qualifies with a 12-guage shotgun at MCLB Albany, Jan. 30. The course is part of the Security Augmentation Force training hosted by Marine Corps Police Department. Lambert was the top shooter for his class.
Marines participate in Security Augmentation Force training
Marines participate in Security Augmentation Force training
Pfc. Jared Lambert, Light Armored Vehicle mechanic, Marine Corps Logistics Command, shoots expert on the handgun qualification course at MCLB Albany, Jan. 30. The course is part of the Security Augmentation Force training hosted by Marine Corps Police Department. Lambert is the top shooter in his class.
Marines participate in Security Augmentation Force training
Marines participate in Security Augmentation Force training
Pfc. Jared Lambert, Light Armored Vehicle mechanic, Marine Corps Logistics Command, receives a blast of Oleoresin Capsicum spray, also known as pepper spray, during Security Augment Force training hosted by Marine Corps Police Department aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Jan. 30.
Marines participate in Security Augmentation Force training
Marines participate in Security Augmentation Force training
Pfc. Jared Lambert, Light Armored Vehicle mechanic, Marine Corps Logistics Command, simulates calling for backup after being contaminated with Oleoresin Capsicum spray, also known as pepper spray, during Security Augment Force training hosted by Marine Corps Police Department aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Jan. 30.
Marines participate in Security Augmentation Force training
Marines participate in Security Augmentation Force training
Pfc. Jared Lambert, Light Armored Vehicle mechanic, Marine Corps Logistics Command, delivers elbow strikes into the pad of a simulated attacker during Oleoresin Capsicum spray training hosted by Marine Corps Police Department aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Jan. 30.
Marines participate in Security Augmentation Force training
Marines participate in Security Augmentation Force training
Pfc. Jared Lambert, Light Armored Vehicle mechanic, Marine Corps Logistics Command, performs baton strikes against a simulated attacker during Security Augment Force training hosted by Marine Corps Police Department aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Jan. 30.
Marines participate in Security Augmentation Force training
Marines participate in Security Augmentation Force training
Sgt. Justin Windom, motor transportation mechanic, Marine Forces Storage Command, receives a blast of Oleoresin Capsicum spray, also known as pepper spray, during Security Augment Force training hosted by Marine Corps Police Department aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Jan. 30.
Marines participate in Security Augmentation Force training
Marines participate in Security Augmentation Force training
Sgt. Joseph Williams, supply administration, Marine Forces Storage Command, delivers knee strikes into the pad of a simulated attacker during Oleoresin Capsicum spray training hosted by Marine Corps Police Department aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Jan. 30.
Grass Week: Marines prepare for rifle range
Grass Week: Marines prepare for rifle range
SSgt. Rebekah Nelson, contract specialist, Contracting, Marine Corps Logistics Command, sights in her M4 rifle during grass week aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Jan. 31. Grass week helps Marines refamiliarize themselves with shooting positions and weapon safety before qualifying on the rifle range at Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, S.C. Every Marine is a rifleman and must pass the annual requirement.
Grass Week: Marines prepare for rifle range
Grass Week: Marines prepare for rifle range
SSgt. Rebekah Nelson, contract specialist, Contracting, Marine Corps Logistics Command, sights in her M4 rifle during grass week aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Jan. 31. Grass week helps Marines refamiliarize themselves with shooting positions and weapon safety before qualifying on the rifle range at Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, S.C. Every Marine is a rifleman and must pass the annual requirement.
Grass Week: Marines prepare for rifle range
Grass Week: Marines prepare for rifle range
SSgt. Rebekah Nelson, contract specialist, Contracting, Marine Corps Logistics Command, sights in her M4 rifle during grass week aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Jan. 31. Grass week helps Marines refamiliarize themselves with shooting positions and weapon safety before qualifying on the rifle range at Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, S.C. Every Marine is a rifleman and must pass the annual requirement.
Grass Week: Marines prepare for rifle range
Grass Week: Marines prepare for rifle range
SSgt. Robert Ashton, motor transportation maintenance chief, Maintenance Management Center, Marine Corps Logistics Command, sights in his M4 rifle during grass week aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Jan. 31. Grass week helps Marines refamiliarize themselves with shooting positions and weapon safety before qualifying on the rifle range at Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, S.C. Every Marine is a rifleman and must pass the annual requirement.
Grass Week: Marines prepare for rifle range
Grass Week: Marines prepare for rifle range
Marine Corps Logistics Command Marines SSgt. Rebekah Nelson, contract specialist, Contracting, and SSgt. Robert Ashton, motor transportation maintenance chief, Maintenance Management Center, sight in their M4 rifles during grass week aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Jan. 31. Grass week helps Marines refamiliarize themselves with shooting positions and weapon safety before qualifying on the rifle range at Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, S.C. Every Marine is a rifleman and must pass the annual requirement.
Marines participate in a mock Physical Fitness Test
Marines conduct mock PFT
Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany Marines participate in a mock Physical Fitness Test aboard the installation, Jan. 30. The PFT, a semi-annual event, has three parts, pull-ups, abdominal crunches and a 3-mile run.
Marines participate in a mock Physical Fitness Test
Marines conduct mock PFT
Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany Marines observe the correct way to conduct an abdominal crunch during a mock Physical Fitness Test aboard the base, Jan. 30. The PFT, a semi-annual event, has three parts, pull-ups, abdominal crunches and a 3-mile run.
Marines participate in a mock Physical Fitness Test
Marines conduct mock PFT
Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany Marines participate in a mock Physical Fitness Test aboard the installation, Jan. 30. The PFT, a semi-annual event, has three parts, pull-ups, abdominal crunches and a 3-mile run.
Marines participate in a mock Physical Fitness Test
Marines conduct mock PFT
Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany Marines participate in a mock Physical Fitness Test aboard the base, Jan. 30. The PFT, a semi-annual event, has three parts, pull-ups, abdominal crunches and a 3-mile run.
Marines participate in a mock Physical Fitness Test
Marines conduct mock PFT
Cpl. Tomas Nolasco, administrative specialist, Military Personnel Branch, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, finishes a 3-mile run during a mock Physical Fitness Test aboard the installation, Jan. 30. The PFT, a semi-annual event, has three parts, pull-ups, abdominal crunches and a 3-mile run.
Warehouse noncommissioned officer
Motor vehicle operator takes on additional duty as warehouse NCO
Sgt. Roderick Gervin Jr., motor vehicle operator, Base Supply, Logistics Support Division, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, inventories jackets at the Issue/Receiving Point, Jan. 29. Gervin is the warehouse noncommissioned officer responsible for issuing and receiving gear, turn in military equipment to Defense Logistics Agency Disposition Services and issues tables and chairs in support of base events.
Warehouse noncommissioned officer
Motor vehicle operator takes on additional duty as warehouse NCO
Cpl. Jalen Williams, motor vehicle operator, Base Supply, Logistics Support Division, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, updates inventory cards with current number of supplies in each bin at the Issue/Receiving Point, Jan. 29. Williams is the assistant warehouse noncommissioned officer responsible for issuing and receiving gear, turn in military equipment to Defense Logistics Agency Disposition Services and issues tables and chairs in support of base events.
Warehouse noncommissioned officer
Motor vehicle operator take on additional duty as warehouse NCO
Sgt. Roderick Gervin Jr., motor vehicle operator, Base Supply, Logistics Support Division, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, operates a forklift to move equipment inside Issue/Receiving Point, Jan. 29. Gervin is the warehouse noncommissioned officer who is responsible for issuing and receiving gear, turn in military equipment to Defense Logistics Agency Disposition Services and issues tables and chairs in support of base events.
Base officials re-open Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society office
Base officials re-open Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society office
Col. James C. Carroll, III, Commanding Officer, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, along with Megan O'Connell, Director, Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society, Kings Bay and Albany, Ga., officially reopens the NMCRS Office at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany during a ribbon-cutting ceremony, Dec. 13.
Base officials re-open Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society office
Base officials re-open Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society office
Marines look through an old scrap book filled with Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society articles and photos after the reopening ceremony of the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society Office at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, during a ribbon-cutting ceremony, Dec. 13.
Bruce and Gayle Jones both work at the Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s Motor Pool, ordering and supplying parts for the upkeep of the base vehicles.
Keeping up with the Joneses
Bruce and Gayle Jones both work at the Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s Motor Pool, ordering and supplying parts for the upkeep of the base vehicles.
Educator for a Day
Marines participate in Educator for a Day program
Col. James C. Carroll III, commanding officer, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, was one of several guest speakers invited to Robert Cross Middle Magnet School in Albany, Ga., Nov. 15, for the Education Week program. Carroll, accompanied by Sgt. James Nanney, driver, MCLB Albany, encouraged the top-performing students to continue to "win to the end" and to apply the ACE model to their education: have a good attitude, commitment and enthusiasm when it comes to getting a good education and planning for the future.
Educator for a Day
Marines participate in Educator for a Day program
Col. James C. Carroll III, commanding officer, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, was one of several guest speakers at Robert Cross Middle Magnet School in Albany, Ga., Nov. 15. Carroll, accompanied by Sgt. James Nanney, driver, MCLB Albany, encouraged the top-performing students to continue to "win to the end" and to apply the ACE model to their education: have a good attitude, commitment and enthusiasm when it comes to getting a good education and planning for the future.
Educator for a Day
Marines participate in Educator for a Day program
Col. James C. Carroll III, commanding officer, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, was one of several guest speakers invited to Robert Cross Middle Magnet School in Albany, Ga., Nov. 15, for the Education Week program. Carroll, accompanied by Sgt. James Nanney, driver, MCLB Albany, encouraged the top-performing students to continue to "win to the end" and to apply the ACE model to their education: have a good attitude, commitment and enthusiasm when it comes to getting a good education and planning for the future.
Marines attend Falcons game
Marines invited to attend Atlanta Falcons game
As part of the second annual Salute to Service game honoring military service members, veterans and their families, Marines were invited to the Atlanta Falcons vs. Dallas Cowboys game held at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia, Nov. 14. After a lottery drawing was held with the Single Marine Program, 20 Marines and a sailor, including chaperones, made the trip, many of whom had never been to a NFL game. The group was featured multiple times on the Falcons' halo board and in live shots during the game.
Featured News
LOGCOM CG reflects on his tour By Pamela Green Jackson | June 19, 2018
Base, LOGCOM personnel form ‘ties’ with local youth By Pamela Green Jackson | June 19, 2018
Dozens of kids compete in Buddy Fishing Tourney By Re-Essa Buckels | June 8, 2018
Base commander relinquishes post By Pamela Jackson | May 24, 2018
Colonel Alphonso Trimble By | May 24, 2018
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