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.
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. - 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.
242nd Birthday - Marines celebrate their 242nd Birthday
Breast cancer survivor shares journey, gives hope, encouragement - Tina Dauro, (second from left), a planner associate with Installation and Environment Division, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, finishes the Albany Pink Walk for Cancer in Albany, Ga., March 18, 2017.
Ga. Army National Guard cuts ribbon on new facilities aboard MCLB Albany - Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, the Georgia Army National Guard and local officials, celebrate the co-location of the Georgia Army National Guard Armory at the base during a ribbon-cutting ceremony, here, Oct. 5.
From right: Army Col. Randall V. Simmons Jr., commander, Georgia Army National Guard; Jeff Bodine Sinyard, Southwest Georgia Alliance for Progress; Dorothy Hubbard, mayor, City of Albany; Christopher S. Cohilas, chairman, Dougherty County Commission and Col. James C. Carroll III, commanding officer, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany
Annual Toys for Tots Campaign underway - Petty Officer 1st Class Taylor Cossins, coordinator, Toys for Tots, kicks off the annual Toys For Tots campaign to collect new, unwrapped toys for less fortunate children in the local community, aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Oct. 4.
Base officials host third annual Preparedness Fair - Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany officials hosts the third annual Preparedness Fair at the Lincoln Family Housing Community Center, here, Sept. 26.
MCLB Albany is ‘star’ at national VPP conference - Col. James C. Carroll III, commanding officer, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, and Maureen Sullivan, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Environment, Safety and Occupational Health, pose with the 2017 Department of Defense Voluntary Protection Program Achievement Award MCLB Albany received during the Voluntary Protection Programs Participant’s Association National Conference, held in New Orleans, Aug. 29.
Officials cut ribbon, dedicate building to Marine Corps hero - From right: Col. James C. Carroll III, commanding officer, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany; Maj. Gen. Craig C. Crenshaw, commanding general, Marine Corps Logistics Command; and Navy Lt. Cmdr. Jason Boatright, public works officer, MCLB Albany, cut a ribbon for the new $14.5 million Weapons Storage and Inspection Facility, here, Aug. 24.
The building was dedicated in memory of Medal of Honor recipient Chief Warrant Officer 4 Harold E. Wilson, who was also the adjutant here for then-Headquarters Battalion, Supply Center Marine Corps Base Albany, in the 1960s.
HITT Competition - 1st Lt. Delaney T. Bourlakov, base adjutant, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, warms up with 70-pound squats during a recent workout session in preparation for the Third Annual High Intensity Tactical Training Tactical Athlete Championship Competition in Camp Pendleton, Calif., Aug. 27 – Sept. 1.