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Located adjacent to the bachelor enlisted quarters at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany is a site where an electrical polychlorinated biphenyl, or PCB, transformer once stood. It was decommissioned in 1988 as part of a base-wide inspection conducted to identify all PCB transformers and remove those that were leaking.
Located adjacent to the bachelor enlisted quarters at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany is a site where an electrical polychlorinated biphenyl, or PCB, transformer once stood. It was decommissioned in 1988 as part of a base-wide inspection conducted to identify all PCB transformers and remove those that were leaking.
The Staff Non-Commissioned Officers Wives Thrift Shop benefited Marines stationed at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany as well as their families. It has shared in the stories of the Marines who have walked in and out of its doors, provided goods, handed out academic scholarships and built relationships with organizations in the Albany community. The store has now closed its doors. Its legacy will live on through another nonprofit, Albany Rescue Mission. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Jennifer Parks)
The Staff Non-Commissioned Officers Wives Thrift Shop benefited Marines stationed at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany as well as their families. It has shared in the stories of the Marines who have walked in and out of its doors, provided goods, handed out academic scholarships and built relationships with organizations in the Albany community. The store has now closed its doors. Its legacy will live on through another nonprofit, Albany Rescue Mission. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Jennifer Parks)
The Staff Non-Commissioned Officers Wives Thrift Shop benefited Marines stationed at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany as well as their families. It has shared in the stories of the Marines who have walked in and out of its doors, provided goods, handed out academic scholarships and built relationships with organizations in the Albany community. The store has now closed its doors. Its legacy will live on through another nonprofit, Albany Rescue Mission. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Jennifer Parks)
For a young man who grew up in Dayton, Ohio, and enlisted in the Marine Corps, he never imagined his path would end 33 years later as the commanding officer of Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany.
For a young man who grew up in Dayton, Ohio, and enlisted in the Marine Corps, he never imagined his path would end 33 years later as the commanding officer of Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany.
For a young man who grew up in Dayton, Ohio, and enlisted in the Marine Corps, he never imagined his path would end 33 years later as the commanding officer of Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany.
For a young man who grew up in Dayton, Ohio, and enlisted in the Marine Corps, he never imagined his path would end 33 years later as the commanding officer of Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany.
For a young man who grew up in Dayton, Ohio, and enlisted in the Marine Corps, he never imagined his path would end 33 years later as the commanding officer of Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany.
For a young man who grew up in Dayton, Ohio, and enlisted in the Marine Corps, he never imagined his path would end 33 years later as the commanding officer of Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany.
For a young man who grew up in Dayton, Ohio, and enlisted in the Marine Corps, he never imagined his path would end 33 years later as the commanding officer of Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany. In this photo, Col. Trimble is pinning an award on the former Base Adjutant, 1Lt. Delaney Bourlakov.
For a young man who grew up in Dayton, Ohio, and enlisted in the Marine Corps, he never imagined his path would end 33 years later as the commanding officer of Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany.
For a young man who grew up in Dayton, Ohio, and enlisted in the Marine Corps, he never imagined his path would end 33 years later as the commanding officer of Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany.
For a young man who grew up in Dayton, Ohio, and enlisted in the Marine Corps, he never imagined his path would end 33 years later as the commanding officer of Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany.
U.S. Navy Commander Wayne R. Smith, Public Health Emergency Officer for Marine Corps Installations East and Director of Medical Services for Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune, shares information on the importance of social distancing, April 9, 2020. Cmdr. Smith discusses why social distancing is important, when you should observe social distancing, and how it helps prevent the virus. For more information, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website at http://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus. (U.S. Marine Corps video by Cpl. Alexia Lythos)
The Commandant and Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps deliver a message to the force regarding COVID19, restrictions on graduations at the Marine Corps Recruit Depots, Officer Candidate School and The Basic School, as well as guidance on travel and PCS. (U.S. Marine Corps video by Staff Sgt. James R. Skelton)
From left to right, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany Sgt. Maj. Jeffrey Young, Executive Director Leonard Housley and Executive Officer Lt. Col. Joseph Ray hand out awards during the Commanding Officer’s Safety Council Feb. 19. Award recipients from left to right, MCCS Safety Officer Alisha Montieth and MCCS Director Deborah Bouyer received the CO’s Safety Division CY19 Award for the 4th Quarter and the CY19 Award of the Year. (U.S. Marine Corps by Juan Escovar)
The Base Chapel aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany was nearly filled to capacity as active-duty and civilian personnel, community leaders and others came together to observe Black History Month, Feb. 25.
The Base Chapel aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany was nearly filled to capacity as active-duty and civilian personnel, community leaders and others came together to observe Black History Month, Feb. 25.
The Base Chapel aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany was nearly filled to capacity as active-duty and civilian personnel, community leaders and others came together to observe Black History Month, Feb. 25.
The Base Chapel aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany was nearly filled to capacity as active-duty and civilian personnel, community leaders and others came together to observe Black History Month, Feb. 25.
The Base Chapel aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany was nearly filled to capacity as active-duty and civilian personnel, community leaders and others came together to observe Black History Month, Feb. 25.
The Base Chapel aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany was nearly filled to capacity as active-duty and civilian personnel, community leaders and others came together to observe Black History Month, Feb. 25.
The Base Chapel aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany was nearly filled to capacity as active-duty and civilian personnel, community leaders and others came together to observe Black History Month, Feb. 25.
The Base Chapel aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany was nearly filled to capacity as active-duty and civilian personnel, community leaders and others came together to observe Black History Month, Feb. 25.
Lt. Col. Latresa Steward’s current role is executive officer for Marine Force Storage Command and Headquarters Group, which are subordinate commands to Marine Corps Logistics Command at MCLB Albany. It involves supporting fellow Marines and their families, administrative oversight of command programs, legal and personnel issues and coordinating with the staff for day-to-day operations in support of the commanding officer. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
A standing-room-only crowd gathered in the Base Chapel aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany for the annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., observance ceremony, Jan. 16. Individuals listened intently, with varying looks of dismay, pain, shock and disbelief on their faces, as Dr. Shirley Green-Reese, one of the original Leesburg Stockade Girls, shared her story. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Jennifer Parks)
A standing-room-only crowd gathered in the Base Chapel aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany for the annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., observance ceremony, Jan. 16. Individuals listened intently, with varying looks of dismay, pain, shock and disbelief on their faces, as Dr. Shirley Green-Reese, one of the original Leesburg Stockade Girls, shared her story. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Jennifer Parks)
A standing-room-only crowd gathered in the Base Chapel aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany for the annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., observance ceremony, Jan. 16. Individuals listened intently, with varying looks of dismay, pain, shock and disbelief on their faces, as Dr. Shirley Green-Reese, one of the original Leesburg Stockade Girls, shared her story. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Jennifer Parks)
A standing-room-only crowd gathered in the Base Chapel aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany for the annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., observance ceremony, Jan. 16. Individuals listened intently, with varying looks of dismay, pain, shock and disbelief on their faces, as Dr. Shirley Green-Reese, one of the original Leesburg Stockade Girls, shared her story. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Jennifer Parks)
A standing-room-only crowd gathered in the Base Chapel aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany for the annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., observance ceremony, Jan. 16. Individuals listened intently, with varying looks of dismay, pain, shock and disbelief on their faces, as Dr. Shirley Green-Reese, one of the original Leesburg Stockade Girls, shared her story. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Jennifer Parks)
A standing-room-only crowd gathered in the Base Chapel aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany for the annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., observance ceremony, Jan. 16. Individuals listened intently, with varying looks of dismay, pain, shock and disbelief on their faces, as Dr. Shirley Green-Reese, one of the original Leesburg Stockade Girls, shared her story. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Jennifer Parks)
Lance Cpl. Mixon Fisher arrived at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, his first duty station, on March 26, 2019. He serves as an administrative clerk for the company office at Marine Corps Logistics Command. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Jennifer Parks)
A native of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Cpl. Jakaire Walden serves at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany as the Mobile Facilities Program Marine liaison. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Jennifer Parks)
Cpl. Rushane Thompson is a martial arts instructor at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany. Combat marksmanship, motor transport operator, company clerk and license examiner are among the other roles and duties he has embraced. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Jennifer Parks)
One day after celebrating the Marine Corps’ 244th birthday, a few Marines from Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany celebrated Veterans Day with the local community, Nov. 11. Sgt. Maj. Jeffrey Young, sergeant major, MCLB Albany, was the guest speaker at the American Legion Post 512. He told the near-capacity crowd that he was honored to be given the opportunity to share his perspective on the importance of the day.
One day after celebrating the Marine Corps’ 244th birthday, a few Marines from Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany celebrated Veterans Day with the local community, Nov. 11. Sgt. Maj. Jeffrey Young, sergeant major, MCLB Albany, was the guest speaker at the American Legion Post 512. He told the near-capacity crowd that he was honored to be given the opportunity to share his perspective on the importance of the day.
One day after celebrating the Marine Corps’ 244th birthday, a few Marines from Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany celebrated Veterans Day with the local community, Nov. 11. Sgt. Maj. Jeffrey Young, sergeant major, MCLB Albany, was the guest speaker at the American Legion Post 512. He told the near-capacity crowd that he was honored to be given the opportunity to share his perspective on the importance of the day.
One day after celebrating the Marine Corps’ 244th birthday, a few Marines from Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany celebrated Veterans Day with the local community, Nov. 11. Sgt. Maj. Jeffrey Young, sergeant major, MCLB Albany, was the guest speaker at the American Legion Post 512. He told the near-capacity crowd that he was honored to be given the opportunity to share his perspective on the importance of the day.
One day after celebrating the Marine Corps' 244th birthday, a few Marines from Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany celebrated Veterans Day with the local community, Nov. 11. Sgt. Maj. Jeffrey Young, sergeant major, MCLB Albany, was the guest speaker at the American Legion Post 512. He told the near-capacity crowd that he was honored to be given the opportunity to share his perspective on the importance of the day.
One day after celebrating the Marine Corps' 244th birthday, a few Marines from Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany celebrated Veterans Day with the local community, Nov. 11. Sgt. Maj. Jeffrey Young, sergeant major, MCLB Albany, was the guest speaker at the American Legion Post 512. He told the near-capacity crowd that he was honored to be given the opportunity to share his perspective on the importance of the day.
One day after celebrating the Marine Corps' 244th birthday, a few Marines from Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany celebrated Veterans Day with the local community, Nov. 11. Sgt. Maj. Jeffrey Young, sergeant major, MCLB Albany, was the guest speaker at the American Legion Post 512. He told the near-capacity crowd that he was honored to be given the opportunity to share his perspective on the importance of the day.
One day after celebrating the Marine Corps' 244th birthday, a few Marines from Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany celebrated Veterans Day with the local community, Nov. 11. Sgt. Maj. Jeffrey Young, sergeant major, MCLB Albany, was the guest speaker at the American Legion Post 512. He told the near-capacity crowd that he was honored to be given the opportunity to share his perspective on the importance of the day.
Marine Corps Logistics Commanding General, Maj. Gen. Joseph Shrader, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany Commanding Officer Col. Alphonso Trimble, Naval Clinic Commander Jeremy Pyles and Sergeant Majors Jeffrey Young and Michael Rowan attended the ribbon cutting ceremony for the Clubs of Dubber's Oak, October 3. The Officer and SNCO Clubs are now co-located in the Town & Country Complex. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
Marine Corps Logistics Commanding General, Maj. Gen. Joseph Shrader, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany Commanding Officer Col. Alphonso Trimble, Naval Clinic Commander Jeremy Pyles and Sergeant Majors Jeffrey Young and Michael Rowan attended the ribbon cutting ceremony for the Clubs of Dubber's Oak, October 3. The Officer and SNCO Clubs are now co-located in the Town & Country Complex. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany held its annual Hispanic Heritage Month observance luncheon at the Clubs of Dubber's Oak, Oct. 3. Barbara Rivera Holmes, President and CEO, Albany Area Chamber of Commerce, served as the guest speaker. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Pamela Jackson)
Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany held its annual Hispanic Heritage Month observance luncheon at the Clubs of Dubber's Oak, Oct. 3. Barbara Rivera Holmes, President and CEO, Albany Area Chamber of Commerce, served as the guest speaker. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Pamela Jackson)
Col. Alphonso Trimble, commanding officer, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, took part in the Georgia Chamber's 2019 Rural Prosperity Summit in Tifton, Georgia, Oct. 1. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Pamela Jackson)
Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany command leadership visited the Joint Enterprise Fielding & Surveillance Facility (JEFS) in Albany, Georgia, Sept. 18. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Marvin Thomas)
Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany command leadership visited the Joint Enterprise Fielding & Surveillance Facility (JEFS) in Albany, Georgia, Sept. 18. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Marvin Thomas)
Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany held its annual Emergency Preparedness Fair aboard the installation in the Thomason Gymnasium, Sept. 17. The fair provided information on community disaster and emergency planning, to include considerations during recovery operations. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany held its annual Emergency Preparedness Fair aboard the installation in the Thomason Gymnasium, Sept. 17. The fair provided information on community disaster and emergency planning, to include considerations during recovery operations. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany Executive Officer Lt. Col. Joseph Ray, Executive Director Leonard Housley and Sgt. Maj. Jeffrey Young present CISD Director, Dr. Lori Farr, with the Quarterly Safety award during the Commanding Officer's Safety Council, Aug. 7. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Juan Escovar)
Veterans Affairs is working to provide enhanced options under the new law, called the MISSION Act. The Carl Vinson VA Medical Center held a special town hall at the American Legion Post 30 to share information on how the VA is strengthening its ability to provide veterans and retirees with state-of-the-art care and service, July 9. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
Veterans Affairs is working to provide enhanced options under the new law, called the MISSION Act. The Carl Vinson VA Medical Center held a special town hall at the American Legion Post 30 to share information on how the VA is strengthening its ability to provide veterans and retirees with state-of-the-art care and service, July 9. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
Veterans Affairs is working to provide enhanced options under the new law, called the MISSION Act. The Carl Vinson VA Medical Center held a special town hall at the American Legion Post 30 to share information on how the VA is strengthening its ability to provide veterans and retirees with state-of-the-art care and service, July 9. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
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A near-capacity crowd of community and business leaders gathered at the Merry Acres Event Center in Albany, Georgia, July 10, to show their appreciation for those who currently serve in the military at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany.
A near-capacity crowd of community and business leaders gathered at the Merry Acres Event Center in Albany, Georgia, July 10, to show their appreciation for those who currently serve in the military at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany.
A near-capacity crowd of community and business leaders gathered at the Merry Acres Event Center in Albany, Georgia, July 10, to show their appreciation for those who currently serve in the military at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany.
During a ribbon-cutting ceremony aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, July 9, base officials moved one step closer to achieving their NetZero energy resiliency goals. Phase Two of the Borehole Thermal Energy Storage Systems and Ground Source Heat Pumps that will serve buildings in the downtown area of the base were officially commissioned for use.
During a ribbon-cutting ceremony aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, July 9, base officials moved one step closer to achieving their NetZero energy resiliency goals. Phase Two of the Borehole Thermal Energy Storage Systems and Ground Source Heat Pumps that will serve buildings in the downtown area of the base were officially commissioned for use.
During a ribbon-cutting ceremony aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, July 9, base officials moved one step closer to achieving their NetZero energy resiliency goals. Phase Two of the Borehole Thermal Energy Storage Systems and Ground Source Heat Pumps that will serve buildings in the downtown area of the base were officially commissioned for use.
During a ribbon-cutting ceremony aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, July 9, base officials moved one step closer to achieving their NetZero energy resiliency goals. Phase Two of the Borehole Thermal Energy Storage Systems and Ground Source Heat Pumps that will serve buildings in the downtown area of the base were officially commissioned for use.
During a ribbon-cutting ceremony aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, July 9, base officials moved one step closer to achieving their NetZero energy resiliency goals. Phase Two of the Borehole Thermal Energy Storage Systems and Ground Source Heat Pumps that will serve buildings in the downtown area of the base were officially commissioned for use.
The Commanding Officer of Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Col. Alphonso Trimble, and several members of his staff visited the Federal Emergency Management Agency Region IV Regional Response Coordination Center in Atlanta, Ga., and the Georgia National Guard Joint Force Headquarters in Marietta, Ga., June 27. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Steven Dancer)
Safety specialists Stacey Williams, Juan Escovar, and TC Mullen from MCLB Albany Risk Management Office delivered a workshop session at the annual Region IV Voluntary Protection Programs Participant's Association (VPPPA) conference in Chattanooga, TN, June 19. They shared safety program best practices with safety professionals in private industry, specifically on techniques to engage employees in mishap prevention, MCLB Albany's command's VPP journey to Star worksite recognition and how to market a safety program. This marks the second straight year where MCLB Albany safety professionals led a workshop session at the Region IV VPPPA conference. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Merrill Dickinson)
Safety specialists Stacey Williams, Juan Escovar, and TC Mullen from MCLB Albany Risk Management Office delivered a workshop session at the annual Region IV Voluntary Protection Programs Participant's Association (VPPPA) conference in Chattanooga, TN, June 19. They shared safety program best practices with safety professionals in private industry, specifically on techniques to engage employees in mishap prevention, MCLB Albany's command's VPP journey to Star worksite recognition and how to market a safety program. This marks the second straight year where MCLB Albany safety professionals led a workshop session at the Region IV VPPPA conference. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Merrill Dickinson)
Safety specialists Stacey Williams, Juan Escovar, and TC Mullen from MCLB Albany Risk Management Office delivered a workshop session at the annual Region IV Voluntary Protection Programs Participant's Association (VPPPA) conference in Chattanooga, TN, June 19. They shared safety program best practices with safety professionals in private industry, specifically on techniques to engage employees in mishap prevention, MCLB Albany's command's VPP journey to Star worksite recognition and how to market a safety program. This marks the second straight year where MCLB Albany safety professionals led a workshop session at the Region IV VPPPA conference. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Merrill Dickinson)
Col. Alphonso Trimble, commanding officer, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, served as the keynote speaker for the seventh annual Memorial Day Ceremony at Albany Technical College, May 24. The ceremony was held in the Kirkland Conference Center and attended by faculty, staff, students and members of the local community.
Marine Corps Community Services held its annual Career & Education Fair aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, May 22. More than 40 employers ranging from manufacturing, law enforcement, colleges/universities and several other industries shared employment opportunities with active-duty personnel, reservists, veterans and family members. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
Marine Corps Community Services held its annual Career & Education Fair aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, May 22. More than 40 employers ranging from manufacturing, law enforcement, colleges/universities and several other industries shared employment opportunities with active-duty personnel, reservists, veterans and family members. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
For three straight weeks, several Marines aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany put their combat fighting skills to the test to secure the highest belt level in the U.S. Marine Corps Martial Arts Program. Out of 21 Marines who signed up for the gut-wrenching MCMAP training, 15 graduated with advanced belts, April 29. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
The Commanding Officer of Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Col. Alphonso Trimble, and several members of his staff visited the Federal Emergency Management Agency Region IV Regional Response Coordination Center in Atlanta, Ga., and the Georgia National Guard Joint Force Headquarters in Marietta, Ga., June 27. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Steven Dancer)
For three straight weeks, several Marines aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany put their combat fighting skills to the test to secure the highest belt level in the U.S. Marine Corps Martial Arts Program. Out of 21 Marines who signed up for the gut-wrenching MCMAP training, 15 graduated with advanced belts, April 29. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
For three straight weeks, several Marines aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany put their combat fighting skills to the test to secure the highest belt level in the U.S. Marine Corps Martial Arts Program. Out of 21 Marines who signed up for the gut-wrenching MCMAP training, 15 graduated with advanced belts, April 29. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
Marines aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany and Marine Corps Logistics Command battled it out during a field meet, April 26. Marines underwent gut-wrenching physical fitness test of strength through a series of challenging events ranging from pull-ups, an obstacle course, running of the rank and tug-of-war, to name a few. Marines with MCLB Albany took home the winning trophy. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
Marines aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany and Marine Corps Logistics Command battled it out during a field meet, April 26. Marines underwent gut-wrenching physical fitness test of strength through a series of challenging events ranging from pull-ups, an obstacle course, running of the rank and tug-of-war, to name a few. Marines with MCLB Albany took home the winning trophy. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
Marines aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany and Marine Corps Logistics Command battled it out during a field meet, April 26. Marines underwent gut-wrenching physical fitness test of strength through a series of challenging events ranging from pull-ups, an obstacle course, running of the rank and tug-of-war, to name a few. Marines with MCLB Albany took home the winning trophy. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
Marines aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany and Marine Corps Logistics Command battled it out during a field meet, April 26. Marines underwent gut-wrenching physical fitness test of strength through a series of challenging events ranging from pull-ups, an obstacle course, running of the rank and tug-of-war, to name a few. Marines with MCLB Albany took home the winning trophy. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
When Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany leaders noticed that Henry Jackson, a local Montford Point Marine, hadn’t been attending any events or making his routine visits, they became concerned and decided to pay him a visit, April 17.
When Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany leaders noticed that Henry Jackson, a local Montford Point Marine, hadn’t been attending any events or making his routine visits, they became concerned and decided to pay him a visit, April 17.
When Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany leaders noticed that Henry Jackson, a local Montford Point Marine, hadn’t been attending any events or making his routine visits, they became concerned and decided to pay him a visit, April 17.
When Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany leaders noticed that Henry Jackson, a local Montford Point Marine, hadn’t been attending any events or making his routine visits, they became concerned and decided to pay him a visit, April 17.
It was a packed house as hundreds of active-duty, civilian-Marines and other base personnel crammed into the Base Theater aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany for the first-ever improv show on sexual assault, April 16. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
It was a packed house as hundreds of active-duty, civilian-Marines and other base personnel crammed into the Base Theater aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany for the first-ever improv show on sexual assault, April 16. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
It was a packed house as hundreds of active-duty, civilian-Marines and other base personnel crammed into the Base Theater aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany for the first-ever improv show on sexual assault, April 16. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany celebrated our most prized little heroes during the annual Month of the Military Child proclamation and parade, April 12. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany celebrated our most prized little heroes during the annual Month of the Military Child proclamation and parade, April 12. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany held its annual gulf coast hurricane exercise with units from Naval Air Station Pensacola, Naval Air Station Pensacola Corry Station, Naval Air Station Whiting Field and Eglin Air Force Base, April 2. During the two-day tabletop exercise, units will have the opportunity to better prepare for an evacuation to MCLB Albany during the 2019 Hurricane season. The exercise is part of a memorandum of agreement that MCLB Albany has with the above units to provide a safe haven in the event of destructive weather. Unit representatives will also get a realistic expectation of what to expect should they be required to evacuate and identify any measures they may need in order to evacuate in a safe, efficient manner. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany held its annual gulf coast hurricane exercise with units from Naval Air Station Pensacola, Naval Air Station Pensacola Corry Station, Naval Air Station Whiting Field and Eglin Air Force Base, April 2. During the two-day tabletop exercise, units will have the opportunity to better prepare for an evacuation to MCLB Albany during the 2019 Hurricane season. The exercise is part of a memorandum of agreement that MCLB Albany has with the above units to provide a safe haven in the event of destructive weather. Unit representatives will also get a realistic expectation of what to expect should they be required to evacuate and identify any measures they may need in order to evacuate in a safe, efficient manner. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany held its annual gulf coast hurricane exercise with units from Naval Air Station Pensacola, Naval Air Station Pensacola Corry Station, Naval Air Station Whiting Field and Eglin Air Force Base, April 2. During the two-day tabletop exercise, units will have the opportunity to better prepare for an evacuation to MCLB Albany during the 2019 Hurricane season. The exercise is part of a memorandum of agreement that MCLB Albany has with the above units to provide a safe haven in the event of destructive weather. Unit representatives will also get a realistic expectation of what to expect should they be required to evacuate and identify any measures they may need in order to evacuate in a safe, efficient manner. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
Dozens of Marines from various tenant commands aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany practiced and some even qualified for the Combat Pistol Program with the Beretta M9 service pistol, March 27. Pistol qualification is required annually to sustain the skills of pistol marksmanship. In order to ensure Marines are properly trained with the weapon, the Marine Corps utilizes the Combat Pistol Program. One of the hallmarks of the CPP is how the first two stages of qualification start with the weapon in the holster, requiring the Marine to present the weapon and engage the target in one motion -- this gives the training a more combat-oriented and tactical approach. Following classroom instruction and non-fire sessions, Marines participate in live-fire drills -- training blocks one through three. During these training blocks, range coaches have the opportunity to mentor and guide Marines, which result in a more qualified, skilled and effective Marine with the service pistol. The CPP is just one of the ways the Marine Corps has made training more realistic and combat-oriented to better prepare Marines. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
Dozens of Marines from various tenant commands aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany practiced and some even qualified for the Combat Pistol Program with the Beretta M9 service pistol, March 27. Pistol qualification is required annually to sustain the skills of pistol marksmanship. In order to ensure Marines are properly trained with the weapon, the Marine Corps utilizes the Combat Pistol Program. One of the hallmarks of the CPP is how the first two stages of qualification start with the weapon in the holster, requiring the Marine to present the weapon and engage the target in one motion -- this gives the training a more combat-oriented and tactical approach. Following classroom instruction and non-fire sessions, Marines participate in live-fire drills -- training blocks one through three. During these training blocks, range coaches have the opportunity to mentor and guide Marines, which result in a more qualified, skilled and effective Marine with the service pistol. The CPP is just one of the ways the Marine Corps has made training more realistic and combat-oriented to better prepare Marines. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
Dozens of Marines from various tenant commands aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany practiced and some even qualified for the Combat Pistol Program with the Beretta M9 service pistol, March 27. Pistol qualification is required annually to sustain the skills of pistol marksmanship. In order to ensure Marines are properly trained with the weapon, the Marine Corps utilizes the Combat Pistol Program. One of the hallmarks of the CPP is how the first two stages of qualification start with the weapon in the holster, requiring the Marine to present the weapon and engage the target in one motion -- this gives the training a more combat-oriented and tactical approach. Following classroom instruction and non-fire sessions, Marines participate in live-fire drills -- training blocks one through three. During these training blocks, range coaches have the opportunity to mentor and guide Marines, which result in a more qualified, skilled and effective Marine with the service pistol. The CPP is just one of the ways the Marine Corps has made training more realistic and combat-oriented to better prepare Marines. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
Nearly 200 leaders from around the state of Georgia visited Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany recently. For the first time since 2005, the current class visited Albany, Ga., to learn about some of the major employers and the community as a whole. According to program organizers, the ultimate goal of each visit is to experience the different communities and "potentially take some of what they leaned back their own community." Their visit consisted of MCLB Albany and Marine Corps Logistics Command overviews, a tour of Marine Force Storage Center, Marine Depot Maintenance Command and a military working dog demonstration.
Nearly 200 leaders from around the state of Georgia visited Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany recently. For the first time since 2005, the current class visited Albany, Ga., to learn about some of the major employers and the community as a whole. According to program organizers, the ultimate goal of each visit is to experience the different communities and "potentially take some of what they leaned back their own community." Their visit consisted of MCLB Albany and Marine Corps Logistics Command overviews, a tour of Marine Force Storage Center, Marine Depot Maintenance Command and a military working dog demonstration.
Nearly 200 leaders from around the state of Georgia visited Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany recently. For the first time since 2005, the current class visited Albany, Ga., to learn about some of the major employers and the community as a whole. According to program organizers, the ultimate goal of each visit is to experience the different communities and "potentially take some of what they leaned back their own community." Their visit consisted of MCLB Albany and Marine Corps Logistics Command overviews, a tour of Marine Force Storage Center, Marine Depot Maintenance Command and a military working dog demonstration.
Col. Alphonso Trimble, commanding officer, and Sgt.Maj. Johnny Higdon, base sergeant major, joined other community leaders for the second annual handshake competition at the Commodore Conyers College and Career Academy, March 13.
Col. Alphonso Trimble, commanding officer, and Sgt.Maj. Johnny Higdon, base sergeant major, joined other community leaders for the second annual handshake competition at the Commodore Conyers College and Career Academy, March 13.
Col. Alphonso Trimble, commanding officer, and Sgt.Maj. Johnny Higdon, base sergeant major, joined other community leaders for the second annual handshake competition at the Commodore Conyers College and Career Academy, March 13.
Dozens of Marines aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany stepped up to lend a helping hand to the residents in Cairo, Ga, Mar. 12.
Dozens of Marines aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany stepped up to lend a helping hand to the residents in Cairo, Ga, Mar. 12.
Dozens of Marines aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany stepped up to lend a helping hand to the residents in Cairo, Ga, Mar. 12.
Dozens of Marines aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany stepped up to lend a helping hand to the residents in Cairo, Ga, Mar. 12.
Marines and civilian-Marines aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany paid their respects to Master Gunnery Sgt. William A. Hamby, (USMC ret.), who was laid to rest at Crown Hill Cemetery, in Albany, Ga., Jan. 30. Hamby volunteered for military service with the U.S. Marine Corps in October 1945, and was honorably retired in July 1969 at the service's highest enlisted rank -- E9. Hamby served with distinction during WWII, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War. In North Korea, he was one of the "Chosin Few" and was awarded the Purple Heart along with several other medals and commendations. Throughout his time in the Marine Corps, Hamby served in four of the six Marine Divisions. Toward the end of his military career, he transferred from Okinawa, Japan, to Albany, Ga,, where he was one of the first to work on the development of the Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
Marines and civilian-Marines aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany paid their respects to Master Gunnery Sgt. William A. Hamby, (USMC ret.), who was laid to rest at Crown Hill Cemetery, in Albany, Ga., Jan. 30. Hamby volunteered for military service with the U.S. Marine Corps in October 1945, and was honorably retired in July 1969 at the service's highest enlisted rank -- E9. Hamby served with distinction during WWII, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War. In North Korea, he was one of the "Chosin Few" and was awarded the Purple Heart along with several other medals and commendations. Throughout his time in the Marine Corps, Hamby served in four of the six Marine Divisions. Toward the end of his military career, he transferred from Okinawa, Japan, to Albany, Ga,, where he was one of the first to work on the development of the Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
Marines and civilian-Marines aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany paid their respects to Master Gunnery Sgt. William A. Hamby, (USMC ret.), who was laid to rest at Crown Hill Cemetery, in Albany, Ga., Jan. 30. Hamby volunteered for military service with the U.S. Marine Corps in October 1945, and was honorably retired in July 1969 at the service's highest enlisted rank -- E9. Hamby served with distinction during WWII, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War. In North Korea, he was one of the "Chosin Few" and was awarded the Purple Heart along with several other medals and commendations. Throughout his time in the Marine Corps, Hamby served in four of the six Marine Divisions. Toward the end of his military career, he transferred from Okinawa, Japan, to Albany, Ga,, where he was one of the first to work on the development of the Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany Base Sgt. Maj. Johnny Higdon held a special duty assignment professional military education workshop, Jan. 18. The workshop educates Marines on career opportunities for future progression in the Marine Corps. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
Brig. Gen. Joseph F. Shrader, Commanding General, Marine Corps Logistics Command welcomes Brig. Gen. Benjamin T. Watson, Commanding General, Marine Corps Installations East - Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Sgt. Maj. Charles Metzger and his senior staff to the installation, Jan. 17. Watson recently assumed command of MCIEAST. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
MCLB Albany Commanding Officer Col. Alphonso Trimble welcomes Brig. Gen. Benjamin T. Watson, Commanding General, Marine Corps Installations East - Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Sgt. Maj. Charles Metzger and his senior staff to the installation, Jan. 17. Watson recently assumed command of MCIEAST. Trimble along with several of his senior staff gave a tour of the base highlighting the critical missions and its tenant commands. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
MCLB Albany Commanding Officer Col. Alphonso Trimble welcomes Brig. Gen. Benjamin T. Watson, Commanding General, Marine Corps Installations East - Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Sgt. Maj. Charles Metzger and his senior staff to the installation, Jan. 17. Watson recently assumed command of MCIEAST. Trimble along with several of his senior staff gave a tour of the base highlighting the critical missions and its tenant commands. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
MCLB Albany Commanding Officer Col. Alphonso Trimble welcomes Brig. Gen. Benjamin T. Watson, Commanding General, Marine Corps Installations East - Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Sgt. Maj. Charles Metzger and his senior staff to the installation, Jan. 17. Watson recently assumed command of MCIEAST. Trimble along with several of his senior staff gave a tour of the base highlighting the critical missions and its tenant commands. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
MCLB Albany Commanding Officer Col. Alphonso Trimble welcomes Brig. Gen. Benjamin T. Watson, Commanding General, Marine Corps Installations East - Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Sgt. Maj. Charles Metzger and his senior staff to the installation, Jan. 17. Watson recently assumed command of MCIEAST. Trimble along with several of his senior staff gave a tour of the base highlighting the critical missions and its tenant commands. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
The Navy and Marine Corps Medal and citation are posthumously awarded to Lance Cpl. Nicholas R. Smarr, a Reserve Marine killed in the line of duty while serving as a police officer for the Americus Police Department in Americus, Ga., Dec. 7, 2018. The Navy and Marine Corps Medal is the highest non-combat decoration awarded for heroism by the Department of Defense. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Niles Lee)
The Navy and Marine Corps Medal and citation are posthumously awarded to Lance Cpl. Nicholas R. Smarr, a Reserve Marine killed in the line of duty while serving as a police officer for the Americus Police Department in Americus, Ga., Dec. 7, 2018. The Navy and Marine Corps Medal is the highest non-combat decoration awarded for heroism by the Department of Defense. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Niles Lee)
The Navy and Marine Corps Medal and citation are posthumously awarded to Lance Cpl. Nicholas R. Smarr, a Reserve Marine killed in the line of duty while serving as a police officer for the Americus Police Department in Americus, Ga., Dec. 7, 2018. The Navy and Marine Corps Medal is the highest non-combat decoration awarded for heroism by the Department of Defense. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Pamela Jackson)
Marines with Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany commemorated the 77th anniversary of the attack of Pearl Harbor with a 3-mile Warrior Hike aboard the installation, Dec. 7. The attack was a surprise military strike by the Imperial Japanese Navy Air Service against the United States naval base at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Territory, on the morning of Dec. 7, 1941. More than 50 Marines took the hike to remember the lessons learned from the attack and why it's important to always train and be ready for the unknown. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
Marines with Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany commemorated the 77th anniversary of the attack of Pearl Harbor with a 3-mile Warrior Hike aboard the installation, Dec. 7. The attack was a surprise military strike by the Imperial Japanese Navy Air Service against the United States naval base at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Territory, on the morning of Dec. 7, 1941. More than 50 Marines took the hike to remember the lessons learned from the attack and why it's important to always train and be ready for the unknown. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
Marines with Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany commemorated the 77th anniversary of the attack of Pearl Harbor with a 3-mile Warrior Hike aboard the installation, Dec. 7. The attack was a surprise military strike by the Imperial Japanese Navy Air Service against the United States naval base at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Territory, on the morning of Dec. 7, 1941. More than 50 Marines took the hike to remember the lessons learned from the attack and why it's important to always train and be ready for the unknown. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
Marines aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany commemorated 100-year anniversary since the end of WWI with a bell ringing ceremony, November 9. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
Marines aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany commemorated 100-year anniversary since the end of WWI with a bell ringing ceremony, November 9. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
A Coast Guard veteran encouraged several of his military peers to take advantage of many programs offered by Veterans Administration during the monthly veterans breakfast at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, November 7. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels).
A Coast Guard veteran encouraged several of his military peers to take advantage of many programs offered by Veterans Administration during the monthly veterans breakfast at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, November 7. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels).
A Coast Guard veteran encouraged several of his military peers to take advantage of many programs offered by Veterans Administration during the monthly veterans breakfast at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, November 7. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels).
Strong wind gusts from Hurricane Michael snapped hundreds of trees, violently blew debris and toppled dozens of power lines. But damages at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany paled in comparison to the vast devastation experienced from the EF3 tornado that touched down here in January 2017. And it’s likely the reason personnel aboard the installation were prepared to take the necessary steps to keep the mission going for the logistics base and its tenant organizations. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
Strong wind gusts from Hurricane Michael snapped hundreds of trees, violently blew debris and toppled dozens of power lines. But damages at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany paled in comparison to the vast devastation experienced from the EF3 tornado that touched down here in January 2017. And it’s likely the reason personnel aboard the installation were prepared to take the necessary steps to keep the mission going for the logistics base and its tenant organizations. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)

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Mandatory Face Coverings

A mandatory use of cloth face coverings/masks must be adhered to by all personnel aboard the installation. Military personnel, civilians, their family members and Department of Defense contractors are strongly encouraged to follow Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines on the use of cloth face coverings/masks in public settings. The CDC recommends wearing cloth face coverings or masks in public settings where other social-distancing measures are difficult to maintain, especially in areas of significant community-based transmission. You can find the U.S. Surgeon General’s latest updates on COVID-19 here: https://www.hhs.gov/surgeongeneral/index.html.  Specifically, face coverings or a mask will be worn on base in all areas where people may pass each other and/or work together.  If you work alone, such as in an office, you can remove the face covering/mask but once you leave it must be worn until you leave the building.  You are not required to wear these in your POV and continue to adhere to the following CDC guidance:

  • Wash your hands often for 20 seconds
  • Social-distancing
  • Use hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol
  • Avoid touching eyes, nose or mouth with unwashed hands
  • Blow your nose, cough or sneeze into a tissue and throw it away

You can find the latest CDC guidance here: https://www.coronavirus.gov/.

The Department will continue to implement force protective measures to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 to our total force and their families, and the American people. The latest DOD policies can be found at https: //www.defense.gov/Explore/Spotlight/Coronavirus.

Navy Marine Corps Relief Society Assistance

The Navy Marine Corps Relief Society could be an option that can help during these unprecedented times. NMCRS offers assist loans of up to $500 or other interest-free loans to aid in specific issues. Call 229-639-8444 or 702-822-0277 to schedule a meeting -- required documents will be needed. This is confidential.

Naval Branch Health Clinic Albany Acute – Care Services Only

Naval Branch Health Clinic Albany will provide acute - care services only, on a case-by-case basis, to active-duty personnel only -- using uniformed personnel at the clinic deemed mission essential. The clinic's pharmacy will remain open on a limited basis, although wait times will increase, given very limited staffing. The clinic will continue to perform rapid flu tests and rapid strep tests for active duty and their family members, and continue collecting COVID-19 (coronavirus) test samples for active duty and their family members when medically indicated. Family members and retirees can use the TRICARE network for urgent care, without a referral.  Learn more at:  www.tricare.mil/CoveredServices/IsItCovered/UrgentCare.

All TRICARE beneficiaries can contact the 24/7 Nurse Advice Line at (800) TRICARE (800-874-2273). It's open 24/7, including holidays. TRICARE East (Humana Military) is available at (800) 444-5445 and www.HumanaMilitary.com, to help find network providers. For your ongoing, maintenance medications, you can "skip the trip" with TRICARE Pharmacy Home Delivery. Home Delivery is free for active duty, and co-pays for other beneficiaries are for a 90-day-supply (rather than a 30 day supply). Visit www.tricare.mil/homedelivery or call (877) 363-1303. TRICARE network pharmacies are another option, with many locations offering drive-thru service. For more information, visit www.tricare.mil/networkpharmacy or call (877) 363-1303. Phoebe Putney Health System offers a COVID-19 Hotline at (229) 312-1919; it's open daily, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. 

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