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

To celebrate the grand opening of Arby’s new restaurant in Jacksonville, N.C., Arby’s will be giving away free meals for one year to the first 50 eligible guests when doors open at 10am on July 13. For official rules, go to Read more

The Commanding Officer of Marine Corps Air Station New River, Col. Russell C. Burton, hosted a town hall meeting for service members, Department of Defense employees and family members at the air station theater, Nov. 16. Read more

Every morning, hundreds of students stand up at Lejeune High School, hand over heart, facing the flag as the National Anthem plays reminding them of the sacrifice made by one or both of their parents who serve our country. Read more

In a ceremony held aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune on Nov. 8, the Wilson Gate and Boulevard were dedicated to the late 26th Commandant of the Marine Corps Gen. Louis H. Wilson. Read more

Have you ever wondered why alcohol causes people to act different? I have always heard that alcohol is a depressant but it never seemed consistent with the crazy non-depressing ways I have seen people act when they have had a few too many. I believe that in order to be a conscientious drinke… Read more

Hundreds of service members and their families from the Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, N.C., community came together for a night of live music, free food and good company at Rocktoberfest, Oct. 26. Read more

Hundreds of people gathered to commemorate the anniversary of the 1983 Beirut barracks bombing during the Beirut Memorial Observance Ceremony at the Lejeune Memorial Gardens, Oct. 23. Read more

Mess Halls aboard MCB Camp Lejeune will serve a special meal in celebration of the Marine Corps Birthday. Accordingly, DOD employees, dependents of Marines, Military Retirees, Guests of Marines and Sailors and guests of the Commanding General MCIEAST, MCB Camp Lejeune are authorized to parta… Read more

The Defense Commissary Agency is rolling out acceptance of the Military Star card in all its stores to offer greater convenience to service members and their families and further strengthen funding of critical military quality-of-life programs, said Command Chief Master Sgt. Stuart Allison, … Read more

Coalition partners talk during a cookout aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Oct. 17. Bold Alligator 17 is a large-scale, multinational amphibious exercise designed to execute complex shaping operations, amphibious landing and attack, and sea basing operations to improve U.S. and coalitio… Read more

The Uniform Code of Military Justice is a Congressional code of military criminal law that states that anyone who reports to duty and has been found to be drunk will be subject to court martial. Read more

Patrons gathered at the pull-up bars on Holcomb Boulevard aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune to show their support and help raise breast cancer awareness, Friday. “Awareness events are important to the community because they nourish support for the individuals and families who have experi… Read more

The Onslow Women’s Center held the 21st annual candlelight vigil Friday at the Riverwalk Park in Jacksonville. The vigil is held each October in accordance with Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Community members gathered to light candles in remembrance of those who have lost their lives to… Read more