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Camp Lejeune veteran says disability benefits not enough

The Marine Corps veteran lost one of his four daughters to Leukemia after she was exposed to the toxic waters of Camp Lejeune.
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US agrees to pay billions to Marines affected by toxic water

The Obama administration has agreed to provide disability benefits totaling more than $2 billion to veterans who had been exposed to contaminated drinking water while assigned to Camp Lejeune in North Carolina.
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Navy investigating health hazards at SC Marine Corps bases

Navy health officials are looking into possible health hazards at Marine Corps bases at Parris Island and Beaufort in South Carolina following complaints from families of possible cancer cases.
2 weeks ago
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Marines from Camp Lejeune deploying to Afghanistan

This spring, approximately 300 marines from Camp Lejeune will deploy to Helmand Province in Afghanistan in support of the NATO-led Resolute Support mission.
Jenkins Family and Eddy Alfonso-Morales and George Hoefer (Photo: Hannah Patrick/WWAY)
2 months ago
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Families host Camp Lejeune Marines for Thanksgiving

As Eddy Alonso-Morales and George Hoefer stepped off the bus in uniform, they knew they would not be spending Thanksgiving with their families.
3 months ago
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Spots still available to adopt Marines for Thanksgiving

For the sixth year, Port City Java is bringing Marines from Camp Lejune to the Port City for a chance to have a home cooked meal this Thanksgiving.
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1 year ago
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Marines: 1st woman will lead an Engineer Support Battalion

Marine officials say the first woman to lead an engineer support battalion will take over during a change-of-command ceremony at Camp Lejeune.
Marines spend the day with Wilmington families. (Photo: Hannah Patrick/ WWAY)
1 year ago
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Marines spend Thanksgiving with Wilmington families

While many people are spending Thanksgiving with their family, hundreds of Marines from Camp Lejeune are not.
A charter bus full of Camp Lejeune Marines arrives in Wilmington for Thanksgiving 2014. (Source: WWAY)
1 year ago
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Port City Java asks families to host Marines for Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is less than six weeks away and Marines for Thanksgiving are still looking for volunteer host families.
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2 years ago
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NC state flags to fly at half-staff, honoring shooting victims

Gov. Pat McCrory is ordering all North Carolina state flags to fly at half-staff in honor of the Marines and the Navy officer killed last week in Chattanooga, Tennessee.