DuBose, LaRocque, Sgt

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1100-Basic Utilities Marine
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5831-Corrections Specialist
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1948-1948, 1100, Headquarters Marine Corps (HQMC)
Service Years
1944 - 1950
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  1944-1944, 1100, MCB Camp Lejeune, NC



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Camp LeJeune
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 MCB Camp Lejeune, NC Details

MCB Camp Lejeune, NC
Since September 1941, Camp Lejeune (luh-jern) has been the home of "Expeditionary Forces in Readiness", and throughout the years, it has become the home base for the II Marine Expeditionary Force, 2nd Marine Division, 2nd Marine Logistics Group and other combat units and support commands.

There are several major Marine Corps commands and one Navy command aboard Camp Lejeune. Some tenant commands include Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, II Marine Expeditionary Force, 2nd Marine Division, 2nd Marine Logistics Group, and the naval hospital to name a few. Marine Corps Base owns all the real estate, hosts entry-level and career-level formal schools and provides support and training for tenant commands; II Marine Expeditionary Force conducts operational planning for Fleet Marine Force commands; 2nd Marine Division is the ground combat element of II MEF; 2nd Marine Logistics Group is the combat service support element of II MEF; and 2nd Marine Air Wing, headquartered at Cherry Point, N.C., is the air combat element of II MEF. Additionally, the naval hospital provides primary medical care to service members and their families stationed at Camp Lejeune and Marine Corps Air Station New River.

Today, as in the past, Camp Lejeune's mission remains the same - to maintain combat-ready units for expeditionary deployment.

To help prepare warfighters for combat and humanitarian missions abroad, Camp Lejeune takes advantage of 156,000 acres, 11 miles of beach capable of supporting amphibious operations, 34 gun positions, 50 tactical landing zones, three state-of-the-art training facilities for Military Operations in Urban Terrain and 80 live fire ranges to include the Greater Sandy Run Training Area.

The base and surrounding community is home to an active duty, dependent, retiree and civilian employee population of approximately 170,000 people. The base generates almost $3 billion in commerce each year, coming from payrolls and contracts to support the structure required to train and equip our modern Marines.

Some services available aboard Camp Lejeune include: childcare, shopping, education, family support, hunting and fishing, dining, boating and swimming.

Some facilities on base include banks and credit unions, the commissary, the library, hobby shops, fitness centers, the beach, theaters and more.

From the supporting infrastructure, a tradition of excellence in doing day-to-day business has evolved. From environmental programs that include a state-of-the-art landfill and water treatment system to quality of life programs that ensure Marine families are taken care of, Camp Lejeune stands out as a superior military base.

Camp Lejeune is a seven-time recipient of the Commander-in-Chief's Award for Installation Excellence. This award recognizes the base on a Department of Defense level for effectively managing assets and developing quality programs to accomplish the mission of providing expeditionary forces in readiness.

The Marines, sailors, Coast Guardsmen and civilian Marines who provide for the efficient management of Camp Lejeune's assets strive to ensure even grander goals are realized in the future.
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Marine Corps Bases Atlantic
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Last Updated: Apr 3, 2020
   
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Accepted as Sea School volunteer.

   
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56 Members Also There at Same Time
MCB Camp Lejeune, NC

Marston, John, MGen, (1908-1946) 99 9903 Major General
Marlowe, Helen, Capt, (1943-1946) 0 8056 Captain
Paige, Mitchell, Col, (1936-1959) 3 0302 Captain
Giesel, Joseph, Maj, (1938-1959) OF 707 Second Lieutenant
Van Brunt, Fredrick B. ( Tad ), 1stLt, (1943-1959) 2 0294 Second Lieutenant
Vaught, Francis, MGen, (1942-1975) 3 0301 Second Lieutenant
Woy, John, 1stLt, (1944-1948) 59 5901 Second Lieutenant
Georges, John William, 1stSgt, (1940-1946) 99 9999 First Sergeant
Barrett, Marjorie Miley, TSgt, (1943-1945) 4 0451 Technical Sergeant
Ferris, Edith, Capt, (1943-1959) 1 0101 Staff Sergeant
Cummings, Claire Weis, PltSgt, (1943-1945) 41 4132 Platoon Sergeant
Smith, Hosea Camp, Sgt, (1941-1944) 3 0311 Sergeant
Wilson, Velma Lorene, Sgt, (1943-1945) 35 3531 Sergeant
Zink, Mary Joan, Sgt, (1943-1945) 41 4101 Sergeant
Bankhead, Daniel Robert, Sgt, (1942-1945) 3 0311 Corporal
Cavo, Joseph D, Cpl, (1943-1946) 33 3371 Corporal
Filakovsky, Joseph, TSgt, (1943-1951) OF 566 Corporal
Mathis, Betty Marie, Cpl, (1943-1945) 1 0161 Corporal
Mckenzie, Arline Mary Denn, Cpl, (1943-1945) 2 0241 Corporal
Ward, Frances Kennedy, Sgt, (1943-1946) 0 8511 Corporal
Wiglesworth, Nina Mae, Cpl, (1943-1945) 30 3000 Corporal
Allred, Virginia " Ginny", Sgt, (1944-1946) 30 3000 Private 1st Class
Borchers, Gerald Thomas, TSgt, (1942-1946) OF 521 Private 1st Class
Chadwick, Marion Irene Schear, PFC, (1943-1945) 4 0451 Private 1st Class
Laukes, Helen H, PFC, (1943-1945) 35 3531 Private 1st Class
Murphy, Dean Gilroy, 2ndLt, (1942-1945) OF 629 Private 1st Class
Nelson, Eleanor M, PFC, (1944-1946) 30 3000 Private 1st Class
Pierce, Delores Jean, PFC, (1943-1945) 35 3516 Private 1st Class
Schramm, Martin, PFC, (1943-1944) OF 521 Private 1st Class
Stith, Fred Merl, Cpl, (1943-1946) OF Private 1st Class
Beck, Walter Taft, Pvt, (1944-1945) OF 522 Private
Briggs, Richard, PFC, (1944-1945) 58 5812 Private
Corradino, Dominic, PFC, (1944-1946) 58 5812 Private
Cox, Horace, Cpl, (1944-1946) 58 5812 Private
DeNormandie, Frank Reed, Col, (1944-1970) 13 1300 Private
Ellis, Richard F, TSgt, (1942-1952) OF Private
Hruby, Steven, PFC, (1944-1946) 58 5812 Private
Ibey, William E, Pvt, (1942-1944) OF 746 Private
Lamarche, Albert Ernest, PFC, (1943-1945) OF 014 Private
Trimble, James Christopher, Pvt, (1944-1945) 3 0311 Private
Mulcare, Daniel E., SSgt, (1939-1945) 8023 Staff Sergeant
Tedrow, Marvin, Cpl, (1943-1946) 8531 Corporal
Ellzey, Harry, Maj, (1941-1962) Major
Beckington, Herbert, LtGen, (1943-1975) Second Lieutenant
Malasinski, John, SgtMaj, (1935-1946) Sergeant Major
Mitchell, Samuel, PltSgt, (1942-1946) Platoon Sergeant
Faunce, Charles C, Cpl, (1943-1945) Private 1st Class
Anton, Alfred John, Col, (1942-1947) Private
Bearden, Bennie, PFC, (1944-1957) Private
Corum, Albert, PFC, (1943-1945) Private
Faulkner, Lawrence, Cpl, (1943-1946) Private
Trimble, Elsie Verna, Cpl, (1944-1946) Private
Capito, John Everett, Cpl, (1941-1945) Corporal
Badmington, Sydney, Cpl, (1944-1946) Private 1st Class
DeMott, Thomas, PFC, (1943-1945) Private
Gaul, James Raymond, Pvt, (1943-1945) Private

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