Some of the most well-known military bases in the US are in our own backyard in Camp Lejeune, Fort Bragg, Naval Station Norfolk and the Marine Corps Recruit Depot. The Navy is moving people and ships, while the Air Force and Army are flying their fancy planes somewhere else. There are 40,000 marines with families in North Carolina at Camp Lejuene but as of yesterday, there was no mandatory evacuation. The commanding officer at the base assured anyone who stays that they will have food, water and protection. Some people are freaking out about the potential dangers the storm will bring. Nonessential personnel at Lejeune were released and told to relocate. I guess the essential ones just have to stick it out..
By: The Point Staff
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