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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.
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.
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.
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 38th Commandant of The Marine Corps
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)
Several active-duty and retired Marines, and even Vietnam veterans were among the many service members who paid their respects to a Southwest Georgia World War II veteran, July 2. 95-year-old Sgt. John Eldridge Belk passed away on June 28, and was recently laid to rest at St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
Several active-duty and retired Marines, and even Vietnam veterans were among the many service members who paid their respects to a Southwest Georgia World War II veteran, July 2. 95-year-old Sgt. John Eldridge Belk passed away on June 28, and was recently laid to rest at St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
Several active-duty and retired Marines, and even Vietnam veterans were among the many service members who paid their respects to a Southwest Georgia World War II veteran, July 2. 95-year-old Sgt. John Eldridge Belk passed away on June 28, and was recently laid to rest at St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
Several active-duty and retired Marines, and even Vietnam veterans were among the many service members who paid their respects to a Southwest Georgia World War II veteran, July 2. 95-year-old Sgt. John Eldridge Belk passed away on June 28, and was recently laid to rest at St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
Several active-duty and retired Marines, and even Vietnam veterans were among the many service members who paid their respects to a Southwest Georgia World War II veteran, July 2. 95-year-old Sgt. John Eldridge Belk passed away on June 28, and was recently laid to rest at St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)