Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany

Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany

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Where did your post go that was posted at 6:02 pm?
Is the gym still open?
https://www.change.org/p/marine-corps-logistics-base-albany-the-removal-of-ryan-west-and-the-leadership-of-mdmc-marinecorps-logistics-base-albany-ga Is this the type of behavior MCLB Albany tolerates from its employees? Not only misuse of the base logo but slanderous remarks against, and defamation of character of, a member of the management team. This is not freedom of speech. It is character assassination with the intent of disrupting the workplace.
Can anyone get on this base to pickup a Marine who is being evacuated there because of the hurricane?
Walter David Godwin retired after 34 years at MCLB.
Walter David Godwin retired after 34 years at MCLB.
If your moving to Beaufort SC and your looking for a home 3bedroom 2 1/2 bath inbox me.
Thank you to our Marines who serve in and out of the uniform. Semper Go! https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10216574728954226&id=1639058526&fs=1&focus_composer=0
RT COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF PRES TRUMP MACON GA SUN NOV 04, 2018 Middle GA Regional Airport 100 East Dr North Hangar FREE TKS:https://www.donaldjtrump.com/rallies/nov-georgia-2018/ PUBLIC SERV REQ
Is there damage to any buildings? Did the base get hit at all?
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I'm a disabled veteran who went to Albany MCLB today to have my ID card renewed. Because I still work, the only convenient time to have my ID card renewed is during my lunch hour. To my surprise, the Pass & ID office was completely closed for lunch. Really? There was another veteran who drove from out of town to have his ID card renewed and shared these exact sentiments. I’m sure there are more than enough civilians employed at the Pass & ID office to have staggered lunches in order to accommodate personnel who elect to skip lunch to handle business. Albany MCLB, let’s find a better way to do business and ensure that our active duty personnel and disabled vets receive the customer service they are warranted. Respectfully submitted.

MCLB Albany provides efficient facilities, infrastructure and a range of tailored installation support services that enables tenants to accomplish their assigned missions to support the warfighter while simultaneously enhancing their quality of life.

Welcome to the Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, GA official Page. This page is intended to provide updated information about what is happening here. Please visit our official website http://www.albany.marines.mil/ We strive to provide our audience with perspective on Marine Corps news and information while maintaining an issue driven, principle based and audience-focused conversation online. While this is an open forum, it's also a family-friendly one, so please keep all comments respectful. In addition to keeping it family-friendly, we ask that you follow our posting guidelines here. Comments and posts that do not follow these guidelines will be removed: -We will not tolerate graphic, obscene, explicit or racial comments, nor will we tolerate comments that are abusive, hateful or intended to defame anyone or any organization. -We will not tolerate solicitations or advertisements of any kind. This includes promotion or endorsement of any financial, commercial or non-governmental agency. Similarly, we will not tolerate attempts to defame or defraud any financial, commercial or non-governmental agency. -We will not tolerate comments that suggest or encourage illegal activity. -Apparent spam will be removed and may cause the author(s) to be blocked from the page without notice. -You participate at your own risk, taking personal responsibility for your comments, your username and any information provided. - For Official Use Only (FOUO), classified, pre-decisional, proprietary or business-sensitive information should never be discussed here. Don’t post personnel lists, rosters, organization charts or directories. This is a violation of privacy. The appearance of external links on this site does not constitute official endorsement on behalf of the Department of Defense the U.S. Marine Corps or Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany. You are encouraged to quote, republish or share any content on this site on your own blog, website or other communication/publication. If you do so, please credit the command or the person who authored the content as a courtesy. We hope you enjoy our page. Semper Fidelis.

Policing with Perseverance: Annual Law Enforcement Memorial Ceremony

In honor of Peacekeepers Memorial Day, May 15, and Law Enforcement Memorial Week, (May 11-15), thank you to the police officers who serve and sacrifice daily, both on and off the Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany installation.

In memory of Cpl. Dustin J. Lee (1986-2007)

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Annual Law Enforcement Memorial Ceremony could not be held this year. This video was put together to honor those who gave t...

Cpl. James Medders and MWD Gombi joined local law enforcement officers to pay tribute to those killed in the line of duty including fallen Marine K9 handler Cpl. Dustin J. Lee, who died from injuries sustained in Iraq on March 21, 2007.

Several Marines with Headquarters Company aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany lent a helping hand to assist Southwest Georgia Public Health with setting up and repairing tents that will be used for a drive-thru COVID-19 testing site.

(Photos courtesy of Gunnery Sgt. Billy Serpas)

Oorah Marines!

MESSAGE FROM THE BASE COMMANDING OFFICER:

As the Base and the local community enters week two of this month with cautious optimism, the local hospital is reportedly discharging almost as many patients as they are admitting.

The Dougherty County Coroner breathed a sigh of relief as no deaths were reported this week. This is the positive news we have been waiting for since COVID-19 interrupted our lives nearly two months ago and changed the way we live and interact with those around us.

My team and I continue to monitor the trends as more and more restrictions are eased in the community. COVID-19-related calls to both the Dougherty County Emergency Medical Services and Emergency Operations Center have dwindled. A team of students will begin contact-tracing in the coming weeks.

According to a recent news release, the Georgia Department of Public Health will continue to hire contact tracers throughout the state.

The aim of this public health program is for them to contact every person diagnosed with COVID-19, gather their contacts and call every contact in Georgia to control the pandemic.

Another positive addition in the battle against COVID-19 is the expanded testing offered to everyone, regardless of symptoms, by the Georgia Army National Guard, (706) 721-2273, or the Southwest Georgia Public Health Department, (229) 352-6567.

Now that we have some positive news from the community - we are not in the clear yet. The news continues to be promising, but we must continue to do our part to remain vigilant and follow the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as it relates to social distancing, washing your hands, wearing cloth masks and staying home unless it is essential.

Remember, the following vulnerable populations must continue to follow the stay at home order through June 12. This expanded list of individuals includes those who are considered high risk and/or are vulnerable:

*People aged 65 or older
*People in community living arrangements, etc.
*People with chronic lung disease
*People with moderate to severe asthma
*People with severe heart disease
*People who are immunocompromised
*People with class III (BMI 40 or over) or severe obesity (over 100 pounds past healthy body weight)
*People with diabetes, liver disease or chronic kidney disease/undergoing dialysis.

Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany and several tenant organizations are currently in week two of the return to normal operations plan. The Child Development Center also opened today and a graphic with other Marine Corps Community Services facilities and eligible personnel is below (posted earlier).

As stated last week, this does not mean things are back to normal. We are seeing positive downward trends in the community and Phase 1 allows us an opportunity to assess how COVID-19 will further affect our area.

The main gate will continue to be the only gate open with up to three lanes available (subject to change based on traffic flow). Please remember that everyone must have masks – including any passengers – and windows must be rolled down three-to-six inches so credentials can be scanned.

Our personnel will continue to telework to the maximum extent possible during this first phase. Temperature checks will be conducted at high traffic areas such as the Visitor Control Center, Base Exchange, Commissary, Child Development Center, Town & Country Restaurant, Base Headquarters Building 3500, Truck Gate, and upon tenant command requests.

These checks are contingent upon available equipment, hours of operation and to identify someone who is symptomatic of the COVID-19 infection on the Installation.

The Auto Skills Center will reopen May 12 for active-duty and essential personnel only. Please contact the CDC, 229-639-5765 or Auto Skills Center, 229-639-5226, for more information. Pin City will open with limited services on Monday, May 18.

For a complete list of MCCS facilities and openings, please call 229-639-5234.

Please remember, here on the installation, everyone is expected to continue social distancing, avoid crowds, continue to wear masks in all establishments and work areas when six feet cannot be sustained and no more than 10 persons are allowed in a group.

Protecting everyone’s health and safety is my number one priority.

Stay safe and Semper Fidelis.

Col. Alphonso Trimble

A number of Marine Corps Community Services facilities aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany will open gradually over the next few months. MCCS Albany's return to work phasing plan:

Free testing is now available to all Georgians. Please call the hotline for details and to schedule an appointment. 👇🏽👇🏽👇🏽

**IMAGES BEFORE COVID-19**

CORPORALS COURSE: Marines take part in a squad patrol as part of a corporals course exercise at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, March 10.

The exercise was meant to reinforce critical thinking and small unit leadership while in a simulated combat environment. Several Marines were recognized in a graduation ceremony on base, March 13.

MESSAGE FROM THE BASE COMMANDING OFFICER:

As we enter a new month with continued positive news from the community – less COVID-19 patients than the day before - we are not in the clear yet.

The news is promising, but we must do our part to remain vigilant and continue to follow the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines as it relates to social distancing, washing your hands, wearing cloth masks and staying home unless it is essential.

Georgia Governor Brian Kemp ended the Shelter in Place order at midnight last Thursday, April 30, but updated his Executive Order for vulnerable populations to continue through June 12 in a new order released Friday, May 1.

This new order includes an expanded list of individuals who must continue to shelter-in-place that are considered high risk and/or are vulnerable:

*People aged 65 or older
*People in community living arrangements, etc.
*People with chronic lung disease
*People with moderate to severe asthma
*People with severe heart disease
*People who are immunocompromised
*People with class III (BMI 40 or over) or severe obesity (over 100 pounds past healthy body weight)
*People with diabetes, liver disease or chronic kidney disease/undergoing dialysis.

Effective today, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany and several tenant organizations began Phase I of returning to normal operations with minimal staffing. This phase will continue for a minimum of two weeks.

Please understand this does not mean things are back to normal. Currently, we are seeing positive downward trends in the community, however these few weeks of Phase 1 will allow us an opportunity to assess how COVID-19 will further affect our area.

The main gate will be the only gate open with three lanes available (subject to change based on traffic flow). Please remember that everyone must have masks – including any passengers – and windows must be rolled down three-to-six inches so credentials can be scanned.

I am still encouraging our personnel to telework to the maximum extent possible during this first phase. I have been pleased with the progress so far, but we cannot relax our health and safety measures and we must continue to remain vigilant.

This includes having a plan for those personnel who are still positive with COVID-19, those who are at high risk, those with high risk family members, and those whose children cannot return to school or have no child care available to maintain work in a telework status.

Supervisors will continue to ensure adequate lines of communication remain open and provide clear expectations to their employees.

Temperature checks will be conducted at high traffic areas such as the Visitor Control Center, Base Exchange, Commissary, Child Development Center, Town & Country Restaurant, Base Headquarters Building 3500, Truck Gate, and upon tenant command requests.

These checks are contingent upon available equipment, hours of operation and to identify someone who is symptomatic of the COVID-19 infection on the Installation.

Services that are required to be operational to support the transition of the workforce to Phase II include the Child Development Center, Pin City Grill and the Town and Country Restaurant. Once plans to return the force are validated and these key services are online, we can move to Phase II.

If the positive trends continue during Phase 1, we expect to continue the transition to Phase II towards the latter part of May.

As most of you know, last week the Georgia Governor allowed businesses to open with restrictions in place. Please use caution and your best judgement when patronizing these establishments. Assess your surroundings and make sure proper protocols are being followed.

For specific details on these protocols, please visit, www.gov.georgia.gov and look for Executive Orders or the Albany Area Chamber of Commerce Resource Guide, www.albanyga.com.

Remember, here on the installation, everyone is expected to continue social distancing, avoid crowds, continue to wear masks in all establishments and work areas and no more than 10 persons are allowed in a group.

Protecting everyone’s health and safety is my number one priority.

Stay safe and Semper Fidelis.

Col. Alphonso Trimble

Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany salutes the many contributions Asian American, Pacific Islanders and Native Hawaiians make to the Marine Corps.

Celebrated in May, each year, Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month recognizes the challenges faced by Asian Americans, Pacific Islanders, and Native Hawaiians and their vital contributions to the American story.

The Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month poster consists of three versions, each of which is identical except for the individual depicted as the subject of the poster and the background support image.

Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month was introduced in the House of Representatives in June 1978. This joint resolution was passed by the House and Senate, and was later signed by the President on October 5, 1978.

This law directed the President to declare a seven- day period, beginning May 4, 1979, as ‘Asian/Pacific American Heritage Week.’ It wasn’t until 1992 that Congress designated May as Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month.

MESSAGE FROM THE COMMANDING OFFICER:

As news of positive trends towards the COVID-19 curve flattening in our community continues, local health officials are still encouraging the wearing of masks, practicing of social distancing and frequently washing your hands.

There are fewer patients in our local hospital than the day before and additional testing is being made available.

The Georgia Governor’s Shelter-in-Place Order, along with the City of Albany’s order and this installation’s, will expire at 11:59 p.m. Thursday, April 30. With that and other conditions that are required to be met, installation officials are finalizing plans to begin the return to normal operations.

This measured and methodical approach to gradually returning to a sustainable operational capability - as the ability of the community public health infrastructure increases - will support everyone who lives, works and visits Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany.

Effective immediately, we have a new policy for entering the installation. Masks or face-coverings are still required by everyone and all personnel entering are now required to keep their windows partially up, with an approximate three-to-six inch gap from the top, in order to have the sentry scan your credentials.

This procedure helps create an effective way to minimize contact with our public and officers in order to maintain a healthy workforce.

Thank you to our active-duty service members, families and civilian workforce for doing your part to help slow the spread of the virus. Local health experts and community leaders agree that your contributions have made a significant impact in effectively fighting the virus by following the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines and other restrictions.

However, we have a long way to go before we reach full recovery, so we cannot relax our vigilance or become complacent as we move towards a ‘new normal.’

Please know the health and safety of everyone here continues to be our primary concern as we continue to support our tenants and meet our Marine Corps mission.

As early as next week, we will begin to execute phase I of a three phase return to normal operations plan. This plan has been developed with guidance from federal, state and local entities that consider public health trends such as the declining number of positive cases and hospitalizations, increasing recovery rates, hospital capacity such as the availability of staffing, beds and equipment availability, capacity for contact tracing and the availability of supplies such as personal protection equipment, cleaners, disinfectants, etc., and testing.

The Georgia Army National Guard has set up a testing site behind the Albany James H. Gray, Sr. Civic Center (Mercer Avenue entrance). Testing for those individuals who have symptoms will be available seven days a week from 2 p.m – 6 p.m.

It is recommended individuals download the AU Express Care App first and follow the directions to be screened. You may also call Augusta University Health at 706-721-1852. Individuals must answer a series of questions to determine if a referral can be made for testing at this location (or one nearest you).

Once registered, you will be called and told where to go for testing. Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital will move their drive-thru testing from Phoebe North to this location effective Thursday, April 30.

Note: If you feel you have been exposed to COVID-19 or have traveled within the past 14 days, please consult your doctor for a referral or notify the physician you speak with at AU Health. For more information, visit www.augustahealth.org/COVID19.

Please remember, the preservation of our force continues to be our number one priority. Our approach to resuming normal operations involve a gradual phasing of actions that will enable periodic monitoring of the health of the force in order to allow flexibility and time to respond to an ever-changing environment.

We plan to accomplish this while balancing support to the mission, health and safety of the workforce with the capacity, capability and measures of the public health infrastructure, private sectors and governmental leaders’ ability to control the spread and eliminate the threat over time. These measures will vary in the employee’s particular division, unit or tenant organization, so please check with your chain of command for specific guidance.

To be clear, this return to normal operations guidance does not mean everyone will return to their physical location at the installation. Where possible, we will maintain maximum dispersion of personnel by continuing telework, telehealth, appointment-only services as directed, and reasonable accommodations to the greatest extent possible.

The three-phase plan is as follows: Phase I - Directors and/or essential employees will establish requirements for supplies, protocols, capacities and routines in order to comply with local, state, federal and CDC guidelines to maximize the protection and safety of employees and patrons. This period is expected to be a minimum of two weeks and will go as long as necessary to ensure a safe and healthy environment.

If current positive health trends continue in the community and phase one guidelines are met, then Phase II will begin. Phase II will be the gradual reintroduction of additional employees through a variety of means (alternating shifts, staggered hours, etc.) until an optimum capacity as determined by the chain of command is achieved.

We expect to maintain this level of support until our community has reached a point where we have effective treatments and processes that will enable us to protect our most vulnerable population before moving on to our final phase.

Phase III is considered normal operations and currently there is no established timeline to achieve this stage. We will continue to rely on our civic leaders and health care subject matter experts to determine when we have successfully achieved this point to transition all personnel to this phase.

Again, remember to stay focused and remain physically, mentally, and spiritually fit. Keep up to date on installation and community COVID-19-related information via our internal sources or social media venues.

Please leave your questions or comments here and a member of our team will get back to you as soon as possible.

Stay safe and Semper Fidelis!

Col. Alphonso Trimble

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