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Moving for any reason can be a difficult task. The staff in the Distribution Management Office at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany helps ease the moving burden for the installation’s personnel. The office is a part of the base’s Logistics Support Division. It is responsible for the operation of official passenger travel arrangements, conducting overseas bookings, group moves and charter transportation to satisfy various Marine Corps schools, exercises and training requirements, as well as individual government travelers and their families. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Jennifer Parks)
Moving for any reason can be a difficult task. The staff in the Distribution Management Office at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany helps ease the moving burden for the installation’s personnel. The office is a part of the base’s Logistics Support Division. It is responsible for the operation of official passenger travel arrangements, conducting overseas bookings, group moves and charter transportation to satisfy various Marine Corps schools, exercises and training requirements, as well as individual government travelers and their families. (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)
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)
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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)
Twenty-eight years ago, Sgt. Maj. Jeffrey Young did not envision himself being in a significant leadership position within the Marine Corps. He was expecting to do his four years and move on. Now at the tail end of his military career, he is able to look back on the opportunities provided to him while mentoring young Marines working their way up in the ranks. Young serves as the sergeant major for Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Jennifer Parks)
The Department of Defense is expanding in-store commissary and military exchange shopping privileges as well as access to morale, welfare and recreation facilities located on U.S. military installations at the start of the new year. With Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany being the home to commissary and exchange facilities, the base is anticipated to feel an impact. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Jennifer Parks)
The Department of Defense is expanding in-store commissary and military exchange shopping privileges as well as access to morale, welfare and recreation facilities located on U.S. military installations at the start of the new year. With Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany being the home to commissary and exchange facilities, the base is anticipated to feel an impact. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Jennifer Parks)
The Department of Defense is expanding in-store commissary and military exchange shopping privileges as well as access to morale, welfare and recreation facilities located on U.S. military installations at the start of the new year. With Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany being the home to commissary and exchange facilities, the base is anticipated to feel an impact. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Jennifer Parks)
The Department of Defense is expanding in-store commissary and military exchange shopping privileges as well as access to morale, welfare and recreation facilities located on U.S. military installations at the start of the new year. With Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany being the home to commissary and exchange facilities, the base is anticipated to feel an impact. (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.