Hampton Inn - Jacksonville

474 Western Blvd, Jacksonville, NC 28546
Baymont Inn & Suites / Camp LeJeune
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Jacksonville, North Carolina

by al_mary

"Home Of Camp Lejeune Marine Corps Base"

I had served multiple tours of duty at Camp Lejeune when I was in the
United States Marine Corps.

After returning from serving in Vietnam, I was an instructor at the NCO
School teaching Jungle Warfare ....

Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune is near Jacksonville, North Carolina
on the Atlantic seaboard of the United States.

Camp Lejeune is home to the U.S. Marine Corps's II Marine Expeditionary
Force, 2nd Marine Division, three other major Marine commands and a
Naval hospital. As of the early 2000s, the base population is 143,491 of
which 43,100 are in uniform.

The base occupies 246 square miles, and contains 6,946 buildings. The
base's 14 miles of beaches make it a major training area for amphibious
assault training, and its location between two deep-water ports allow for
faster deployments.

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"Satellite Facilities"

The main base is supplemented by
four satellite facilities.

When added to the main base and
MCAS Cherry Point, they make up the
largest concentration of Marines and
U.S. Navy sailors in the world.

These satellite facilities are:
Camp Geiger, Stone Bay, Courthouse Bay
and Camp Johnson, home to the Marine
Corps Combat Service Support Schools.

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In April of 1941, construction was
approved on an 11,000-acre tract in
Onslow County, North Carolina.

On May 1 of that year, Lt. Col. William
P. T. Hill began construction on Marine
Barracks New River, N.C.

The first base headquarters was in a
summer cottage on Montford Point then
shifted to Hadnot Point in 1942.

Later that year it was renamed in honor
of the 13th Commandant of the Marine Corps,
John A. Lejeune ....

Lt. General John Archer Lejeune
Thirteenth Commandant
1 July 1920 - 4 March 1929

Born: 10 January 1867
Died: 20 November 1942

He was honored by being interred in
the Arlington National Cemetery with
full military honors.

Today, Camp Lejeune, North Carolina,
bears his name and he is often referred
to as "the greatest of all Leathernecks,"
having served more than 40 years with
the United States Marine Corps ......

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 Hampton Inn - Jacksonville

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Address: 474 Western Blvd, Jacksonville, NC 28546