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George Mettrick thanks MCX employees recently, for their hard work during his tenure.
Marines participate in the buffalo pull during the 2013 Daniels Cup Team Challenge at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, March 27.
Catherine Salucci, traffic manager, Distribution Management Office, center, showcases her awards during her retirement March 21 with Col. Don Davis, commanding officer, MCLB Albany, right, and Lt. Col. Daniel Bates, executive officer, MCLB Albany.
Catherine Salucci, right, receives a hug her sister, Susan. Catherine retired from civil service March 21, after more than 30 years.
George Mettrick, former head of retail, Marine Corps Exchange,?Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, receives a Meritorious Civilian Service Medal from Col. Don Davis, commanding officer, MCLB Albany, during his retirement ceremony, recently.
Using their trips here as a training opportunity, Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps cadets from Heritage, Newton County and Stockbridge high schools in Georgia toured Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, March 19 and 21. Marines and Civilian-Marines received the Marine and Navy JROTC cadets with military working dog and Marine Corps Martial Arts Program demonstrations and a Marine Depot Maintenance Center tour. The students learned what being a Marine is all about by training Marine Corps-style on an obstacle course and combat fitness test.
Using their trips here as a training opportunity, Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps cadets from Heritage, Newton County and Stockbridge high schools in Georgia toured Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, March 19 and 21. Marines and Civilian-Marines received the Marine and Navy JROTC cadets with military working dog and Marine Corps Martial Arts Program demonstrations and a Marine Depot Maintenance Center tour. The students learned what being a Marine is all about by training Marine Corps-style on an obstacle course and combat fitness test.
Using their trips here as a training opportunity, Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps cadets from Heritage, Newton County and Stockbridge high schools in Georgia toured Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, March 19 and 21. Marines and Civilian-Marines received the Marine and Navy JROTC cadets with military working dog and Marine Corps Martial Arts Program demonstrations and a Marine Depot Maintenance Center tour. The students learned what being a Marine is all about by training Marine Corps-style on an obstacle course and combat fitness test.
Marines demonstrate how to properly climb the obstacle course’s rope climb to Marine and Navy Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps cadets here, March 19. The students put their training to the test by attempting all the course’s obstacles with Marines right by their side.
Navy Lt. Kenneth L. Miller, chaplain, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, receives a Meritorious Service Medal from Lt. Col. Daniel Bates, executive officer, MCLB Albany, during his retirement ceremony at the Town and Country Ballroom, March 8. Miller has two decades of combined military service from the Air Force and Navy.
Information, Tickets and Tours’ hosted its 15th annual Travel and Recreation Trade Show at Thomason Gymnasium aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, March 20. Exhibitors represented attractions, hotels, conventions and visitors bureaus.
Using their trips here as a training opportunity, Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps cadets from Heritage, Newton County and Stockbridge high schools in Georgia toured Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, March 19 and 21. Marines and Civilian-Marines received the Marine and Navy JROTC cadets with military working dog and Marine Corps Martial Arts Program demonstrations and a Marine Depot Maintenance Center tour. The students learned what being a Marine is all about by training Marine Corps-style on an obstacle course and combat fitness test.
Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany emergency medical services personnel strongly recommend that active-duty personnel, Civilian-Marines, retirees, contractors, families and guests who work, play or live here, call the installation’s EMS if they think they are having a heart attack.To call MCLB Albany’s Fire and Emergency Services Department from a base phone, dial 911, and from a cell phone, dial 229-639-5911.
Marines spar during Marine Corps Martial Arts Program training aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, recently.
Marines spar during Marine Corps Martial Arts Program training aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, recently.
Marines spar during Marine Corps Martial Arts Program training aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, recently.
Staff Sgt. Juana L. De Los Santos, equal opportunity advisor for Marine Corps Logistics Command reads a book to a class full of students during Read Across America day Mar. 1. The NEA began the event Mar. 2, 1998 and is meant as a celebration which will further inspire students to read throughout the year. In Albany, Marines took part in the event volunteering their time at local schools. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Brandon L. Saunders/released)
Marines separating from the Marine Corps attend a recent Transition Readiness Seminar to learn about employment, education, career/technical training and entrepreneurship opportunities as they prepare to return to the civilian world.
ALBANY, GA -- Master Sgt. Jason E. Spangenberg, career planner for Marine Corps Logistics Command reads a book to a class full of students during Read Across America day Mar. 1. The NEA began the event Mar. 2, 1998 and is meant as a celebration which will further inspire students to read throughout the year. In Albany, Marines took part in the event volunteering their time at local schools. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Brandon L. Saunders/released)
Marines separating from the Marine Corps attend a recent Transition Readiness Seminar to learn about employment, education, career/technical training and entrepreneurship opportunities as they prepare to return to the civilian world.