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The path to energy security varies for every installation, the process of identifying the gaps is the same: develop an Installation Energy Security Plan. What began as a simple effort to meet congressional and Department of Defense policy requirements evolved into a herculean effort to conduct a comprehensive assessment of each installation’s critical energy requirements, utility system capabilities and energy security program management needs. (Graphic courtesy of Marine Corps Installations Command)
Sgt. Maj. Jeffrey A. Young, sergeant major, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, a native of Baltimore, enlisted in the Marine Corps on May 24, 1991. He gained a lot in the years that followed. Now it is time to move on to the next chapter and retire. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Jennifer Parks)
Sgt. Maj. Jeffrey A. Young, sergeant major, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, a native of Baltimore, enlisted in the Marine Corps on May 24, 1991. He gained a lot in the years that followed. Now it is time to move on to the next chapter and retire. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Jennifer Parks)
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. The goal is to combat sexual assault aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany by providing more information and resources. (Courtesy photo)
The aqueous-film forming foam, or AFFF, used in Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany Fire & Emergency Services’ trucks, until recently, had an unknown amount of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances. This presented a possible health risk. Headquarters Marine Corps contracted out a company to drain out the old product and put in a new one. The fire trucks now have an AFFF containing less than 3% of the product. AFFF is mission-critical because it quickly extinguishes petroleum-based fires. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Jennifer Parks)
The aqueous film-forming foam, or AFFF, used in Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany Fire & Emergency Services’ trucks, until recently, had an unknown amount of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances. This presented a possible health risk. Headquarters Marine Corps contracted out a company to drain out the old product and put in a new one. The fire trucks now have an AFFF containing less than 3% of the product. AFFF is mission-critical because it quickly extinguishes petroleum-based fires. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Jennifer Parks)
The aqueous film-forming foam, or AFFF, used in Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany Fire & Emergency Services’ trucks, until recently, had an unknown amount of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances. This presented a possible health risk. Headquarters Marine Corps contracted out a company to drain out the old product and put in a new one. The fire trucks now have an AFFF containing less than 3% of the product. AFFF is mission-critical because it quickly extinguishes petroleum-based fires. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Jennifer Parks)
The aqueous film-forming foam, or AFFF, used in Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany Fire & Emergency Services’ trucks, until recently, had an unknown amount of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances. This presented a possible health risk. Headquarters Marine Corps contracted out a company to drain out the old product and put in a new one. The fire trucks now have an AFFF containing less than 3% of the product. AFFF is mission-critical because it quickly extinguishes petroleum-based fires. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Jennifer Parks)
Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany was recently honored with the Fiscal Year 2019 Secretary of the Navy Safety Excellence Award in the Off-Duty Program category. The Off-Duty category includes all Navy and Marine Corps units and activities that have significantly reduced the damage to mission readiness caused by private motor vehicle, recreation and/or off-duty mishaps. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Jonathan Wright)
An evacuation or moving to a civilian shelter or designated place is more dangerous than remaining where you are in some cases, such as with short- or no-notice emergencies. The direction may be to shelter-in-place. Building an emergency kit is one of the ways to prepare for such a situation. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Pamela Jackson)
Chandra Johnson, supervisor, Accounting Branch, Comptroller Office, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, and Ashlyn Mullen, management analyst, Manpower Division, MCLB Albany, were recently recognized as the installation’s Supervisor of the Year and Civilian of the Year for 2020, respectively. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Jennifer Parks)
Chandra Johnson, supervisor, Accounting Branch, Comptroller Office, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, and Ashlyn Mullen, management analyst, Manpower Division, MCLB Albany, were recently recognized as the installation’s Supervisor of the Year and Civilian of the Year for 2020, respectively. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Jennifer Parks)
Chandra Johnson, supervisor, Accounting Branch, Comptroller Office, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, and Ashlyn Mullen, management analyst, Manpower Division, MCLB Albany, were recently recognized as the installation’s Supervisor of the Year and Civilian of the Year for 2020, respectively. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Jennifer Parks)
Chandra Johnson, supervisor, Accounting Branch, Comptroller Office, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, and Ashlyn Mullen, management analyst, Manpower Division, MCLB Albany, were recently recognized as the installation’s Supervisor of the Year and Civilian of the Year for 2020, respectively. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Jennifer Parks)
Chandra Johnson, supervisor, Accounting Branch, Comptroller Office, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, and Ashlyn Mullen, management analyst, Manpower Division, MCLB Albany, were recently recognized as the installation’s Supervisor of the Year and Civilian of the Year for 2020, respectively. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Jennifer Parks)
Chandra Johnson, supervisor, Accounting Branch, Comptroller Office, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, and Ashlyn Mullen, management analyst, Manpower Division, MCLB Albany, were recently recognized as the installation’s Supervisor of the Year and Civilian of the Year for 2020, respectively. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Jennifer Parks)
Lance Cpl. Melody Cheng, legal clerk, Office of the Staff Judge Advocate, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, was recently selected as the Marine Corps Installations-East, Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Marine of the Year for 2020. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Jennifer Parks)
Col. Michael Fitzgerald, commanding officer, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, came into his position in July. The installation he leads has been active in recent years in energy efficiency efforts and testing of new technology. In his time here, his plan is for those efforts to be built upon while ensuring the base’s future workforce is developed in order to properly meet the standards such advancements require. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Jennifer Parks)
It has been seven years since regular Sunday services have taken place within the chapel at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany. The groundwork is being set for bringing these services back, beginning with a service set for 10:30 a.m., Nov. 22.
Navy Chaplain Cmdr. Harvey Macklin is inviting those who are able to come to the service to attend on Sunday. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Jennifer Parks)
It has been seven years since regular Sunday services have taken place within the chapel at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany. The groundwork is being set for bringing these services back, beginning with a service set for 10:30 a.m., Nov. 22.
Navy Chaplain Cmdr. Harvey Macklin is inviting those who are able to come to the service to attend on Sunday. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Jennifer Parks)