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Contractors Fixing Hurricane-Damaged Marine Housing Went Months Without Being Paid

Contractors Fixing Hurricane-Damaged Marine Housing Went Months Without Being Paid

Blue tarps line the roof of a home in Paradise Point on Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, N.C. on Feb. 1, 2019. US Marine Corps Photo

After Hurricane Florence dumped more than two feet of rain on Camp Lejune, N.C., last year contractors from across the East Coast came to repair damaged buildings and infrastructure on the Marine Corps base. However as the work has gone on, companies contracted to do the housing repair work have gone months without pay. Read More

Senate Panel Pushes Navy, Marine Corps to Fix Base Housing Problems

Senate Panel Pushes Navy, Marine Corps to Fix Base Housing Problems

Chief of Naval Personnel Vice Adm. Robert P. Burke testifies with his service counterparts about Military Personnel Policies and Military Family Readiness during a hearing before the Senate Armed Services Subcommittee on Personnel on Feb 27, 2019. US Navy Photo

The chairman of a Senate panel overseeing military personnel pushed the Navy and Marines to fix ongoing military housing problemsĀ that include black mold and sewage backing up into base housing. Read More

Pilot Program to Bring Wi-Fi to Marine Aviation Hangars Aims for Improved Readiness

Pilot Program to Bring Wi-Fi to Marine Aviation Hangars Aims for Improved Readiness

Cpl. Kendal Parish and Sgt. Arben Kupa, both Airframe Mechanics from Marine Fighter Attack Training Squadron 501, reinstall a panel of an F-35B Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter after maintenance aboard the USS Wasp, May 24, 2015. The Maintainers from VMFAT-501 are aboard the Wasp to support maintenance of the F-35B during the operational testing period.

The Marine Corps will begin using secure wireless internet at its aviation hangars this year as part of its drive to increase aviation readiness. Read More