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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.
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.
The Natural Resources staff aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany installed new wood duck nesting boxes in the Indian Lake, March 14. Wood ducks are the one of the most common waterfowl species encountered in Georgia and at Indian Lake.
The Natural Resources staff aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany installed new wood duck nesting boxes in the Indian Lake, March 14. Wood ducks are the one of the most common waterfowl species encountered in Georgia and at Indian Lake.
March marks Women’s History Month and dozens of active-duty service members and civilian-Marines celebrated the observance with an annual program at the Town and Country Grand Ballroom aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, March 19. (U.S. Marine Corp photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
March marks Women’s History Month and dozens of active-duty service members and civilian-Marines celebrated the observance with an annual program at the Town and Country Grand Ballroom aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, March 19. (U.S. Marine Corp photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
March marks Women’s History Month and dozens of active-duty service members and civilian-Marines celebrated the observance with an annual program at the Town and Country Grand Ballroom aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, March 19. (U.S. Marine Corp photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
March marks Women’s History Month and dozens of active-duty service members and civilian-Marines celebrated the observance with an annual program at the Town and Country Grand Ballroom aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, March 19. (U.S. Marine Corp photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
March marks Women’s History Month and dozens of active-duty service members and civilian-Marines celebrated the observance with an annual program at the Town and Country Grand Ballroom aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, March 19. (U.S. Marine Corp photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
March marks Women’s History Month and dozens of active-duty service members and civilian-Marines celebrated the observance with an annual program at the Town and Country Grand Ballroom aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, March 19. (U.S. Marine Corp photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
March marks Women’s History Month and dozens of active-duty service members and civilian-Marines celebrated the observance with an annual program at the Town and Country Grand Ballroom aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, March 19. (U.S. Marine Corp photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
March marks Women’s History Month and dozens of active-duty service members and civilian-Marines celebrated the observance with an annual program at the Town and Country Grand Ballroom aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, March 19. (U.S. Marine Corp photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
March marks Women’s History Month and dozens of active-duty service members and civilian-Marines celebrated the observance with an annual program at the Town and Country Grand Ballroom aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, March 19. (U.S. Marine Corp photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
March marks Women’s History Month and dozens of active-duty service members and civilian-Marines celebrated the observance with an annual program at the Town and Country Grand Ballroom aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, March 19. (U.S. Marine Corp photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
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.