Civilian personnel with Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune Public Works assessed damage done by Hurricane Dorian  on MCB Camp Lejeune, Sept. 9. Hurricane Dorian made landfall in North Carolina on Sept. 5 and brought heavy winds and rains. Damage assessments make it easier to know which facilitie… Read more

A ceremony was held in honor of Patriot Day at the Camp Lejeune Memorial Gardens, Sept. 11. The annual Patriot Day ceremony takes place at the 9/11 Memorial Beam at 8:15 a.m. to mark the time that the twin towers were hit. The memorial commemorates the lives of those lost on 9/11 during the … Read more

NC Department of Military and Veterans Affairs (NC DMVA) Secretary Larry D. Hall along with his staff collected school supplies from the Department, as well as veteran partner Humana Insurance for Onslow County. On Tuesday, September 3rd at 10:30am the supplies were delivered to Tarawa Terra… Read more

It's essential to have a plan during hurricane season. Paying attention to local alerts, communicating well with your family and friends, knowing where local shelters are and having an evacuation plan can keep you safe. The following graphics illustrate steps you can take before and after a storm. Read more

Hurricane Preparedness Guide

Planning and confusion oftentimes go hand-in-hand during any emergency situation. While there was a plan to evacuate citizens during Hurricane Florence, there appeared to be a lack of understanding about what constituted an unincorporated and incorporated area. In one well-publicized instanc… Read more

The Lejeune High School football team lost their first away game of the season, 21-10, at Spring Creek High School on Aug. 30. Following a 62-0 season-opening win against Jones Senior High School at home on Aug. 23, the Devil Pups now sit at a 1-1 record. Read more

The Lejeune High School boys' soccer team got its first victory of the season on Aug. 28 with a 4-2 win over North Duplin High School in non-conference play at home. Lejeune sophomore Peter Sullivan scored three goals and had one assist. Sophomore Robbie Morgan also had a goal. LHS improved … Read more

In August of 1942, the first African American enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps. For the next seven years, roughly 20,000 African Americans fought through prejudice and oppression to earn the title Marine at Montford Point while defending their country in the middle of World War II. Read more

Before Lejeune’s season-opening 62-0 blowout win against Jones Senior High School at home on Aug. 23, the Devil Pups’ last victory in football came in 2015. As if breaking the streak wasn’t enough, Lejeune dominated the Trojans, putting up 62 points in the first half and shutting them out in… Read more

The Marine Corps has just received confirmation of our authority to reimburse service members, civil service employees and dependents who departed the area prior to, and as a result of, Hurricane Florence for the period from Sept. 15 to the date of their return or Sept. 23, whichever occurre… Read more

Health representatives from the state of North Carolina and Onslow County were invited to tour the Brewster Middle School campus on Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune after Hurricane Florence, Oct. 9. Read more

As a result of Hurricane Michael, CLDS will release students early on 11 October 2018. Brewster Middle School and Lejeune High School will release students at 11:30 a.m. The elementary students will be released at 12:30 p.m. There will be no afternoon Pre-K program. Read more

The wind had barely stopped blowing, and in some cases, the rain was still falling, but Marines at Camp Lejeune and New River responded to Hurricane Florence the way they respond to everything — they went to work. Read more