Across all Marine Corps installations from the east coast to the west coast and abroad, the Eagle Eyes program acts as the first line of defense. Using the Marine Corps’ own service members for security, regardless of occupation, makes the program a revolutionary change in the defense game. Read more

Since October 31, 2019, active duty military service members serving away from their usual duty station, as well as members of the National Guard regardless of where they are serving, are eligible for free credit monitoring from Experian, TransUnion and Equifax. Here’s why: Read more

Just three days after defeating Southwest Onslow 68-43 in the seventh-place game of the Onslow County Classic at Jacksonville High School, the Lejeune High School boys’ basketball team faced the Stallions again in a rematch at Dixon, Jan. 3. Read more

The Southwest Onslow High School girls’ basketball team won their second game of the season on Jan. 3 over Lejeune High School, 58-13. Junior forward Shaylin Pollock scored a game-high 25 points while freshman guard Armani Reid scored 23 points for SWOHS (2-5). Read more

On April 6, 1950, a group of military spouses formed the Staff Non-Commissioned Officer’s Wives Club with the intent to give back to the Marine Corps communities. 10 years later, on Aug. 23, 1960, the SNCO Wives Club opened its volunteer-run Thrift Store on Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune. Read more

With Christmas right around the corner, commercial and toy drones are quickly becoming one of the most popular items on everyone's wish list. As a reminder, operation of small Unmanned Aerial Systems (sUAS), or drones, is not authorized on MCIEAST installations, per MCIEAST-MCB CAMLEJO 3710.… Read more

Onslow County Schools kicked off their recent National Math and Science Initiative (NMSI) Grant at the Regional Skills Center in Jacksonville on Dec. 11, celebrating the addition of two schools to an already highly successful partnership between the district and the Department of Defense spo… Read more

The day before Thanksgiving is a time many people spend with family and friends. This year, Marines and Sailors of 2nd Reconnaissance Battalion, 2nd Marine Division decided to spend their time giving back to the local community. Read more

The Provost Marshal Office is moving some services from the visitor’s center at the main gate on Holcomb Blvd. to PMO Headquarters at building 58 on Virginia Dare Dr. The move provides a more convenient location for customers and will also decrease wait times for guests at the visitor’s center. Read more

The Lejeune High School boys' basketball team improved to 2-1 on the season with a 69-40 win over North Duplin at home, Dec. 3. Andrew Navarro scored a team-high 19 points as Jaylon Armstrong had 15 and Jarrod DeBose added 11.  Read more

Thanks to repairs made to a section of railroad trestle between Camp Lejeune and Morehead City, equipment and vehicles belonging to 2nd Marine Division were able to roll back on railcars unimpeded directly into Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Nov 22, 2019 following the division's Marine Air-… Read more

Beginning Dec. 7, the Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune visitor center at the main gate on Holcomb Boulevard will no longer be open on weekends or holidays. The hours are being changed to provide better customer service to the community during the week when the majority of customers require ass… Read more

Deployments are tough; finding quality time to spend with children before or after a significant time apart can be a challenge. With this essential quality time in mind, North Carolina recently signed a bill allowing schools to grant excused absences that are deployment-related. Read more

The Lejeune High School wrestling team is eager to get its season started. Since the end of the fall sports season, the Lejeune wrestlers have been practicing for three hours after school with an intense focus on strength training, conditioning and wrestling technique. Read more

U.S. Marines and Sailors with 8th Engineer Support Battalion (ESB) and 2nd Transportation Support Battalion (TSB), Combat Logistics Regiment 2, 2nd Marine Logistics Group, executed Type Commander Amphibious Training (TCAT) 20.1 on Onslow Beach, Oct. 21-26. Read more

The Lejeune High School soccer team dominated the Pender Patriots during senior night, Oct. 30. Lejeune pulled ahead quickly, going into halftime with a score of 6-0. The game ended 8-0, with goals coming from Robbie Morgan, Peter Sullivan and Seth Smith. Read more