ALBANY HERALD EDITORIAL: Without Americans willing to serve in the military, U.S. democracy could not survive
Today and Monday, America observes the birthday of the Marine Corps and Veterans Day.
HISTORY: Here is a look back at veterans, wars and facts surrounding the two
Veterans Day is a salute to all the men and women who have and are serving to protect the freedom enjoyed by all Americans.
An Albany Marine base was one of two federal facilities to recently receive an ENERGY STAR award
Combined Heat and Power, also known as cogeneration, simultaneously produces electricity and useful steam or hot water from a single heat source, using fuels such as natural gas or renewable landfill gas — helping federal facilities achieve goals to reduce carbon pollution and energy use.
The U.S. Marine Corps, founded in 1775, is celebrating its birthday on Sunday
The Marine Corps birthday has been observed since a 1921 order by then-Commandant Gen. John LeJuene as a reminder of the accomplishments of the Corps from its service since 1775.
Children of Marines can attend schools outside their zones under the Dougherty School Board agreement
Child Nutrition Director Blaine Allen aims to eliminate all salt from Dougherty County school menus by 2015
Workers from MCLB who were recalled earlier this week will see retroactive pay on their next paychecks, officials at the base say.
Civilian employees aboard the Marine Corps Logistics Base-Albany installation have all been recalled and internal base functions have resumed as normal as of Monday.
The 2012 regional Toys for Tots campaign resulted in a collection of 15,000 toys, officials with the campaign say.
Statistics from the Georgia Commission on Family Violence show there were 65,788 crisis calls made to certified domestic violence agencies statewide in 2012.
Military personnel as well as emergency services are not being impacted by furloughs at MCLB-Albany due to the federal government shutdown, officials at the base say.
For the third consecutive year, Darton State College is recognized for helping military personnel transitioning back into civilian life.
The last two MDMC civilian-Marines return from Afghanistan with further deployments planned
Lynda Sue Wright serves as the director for the weapon systems management center at Marine Corps Logistics Command at Marine Corps Logistics Base-Albany.
The program that brought the company to Albany is the Mine Resistant Ambush Protected Vehicle (MRAP) that was developed to save troops in southeast Asia from mine explosions.
A special cross was given to the father of fallen Marine Steve Sutton.
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