The mission of the Marine Corps Base Public Affairs Office (PAO) is to provide robust public affairs support to the base and its tenant commands.
Our vision reflects support to the warfighters, and we are committed to leading the field in aggressive execution of a three-pronged attack consisting of internal information, external information and community relations.
At base PAO, public affairs is never just about a Globe article, the TV coverage, the media interview or a spot on our website -- each evolution should be all those things, and more. Located aboard Camp Lejeune in Building 67 on Virginia Dare Drive, base PAO provides a range of support to the independent public affairs offices at each tenant command.
Internal information is geared to using various media to inform and educate a command audience (to include family members, retirees, and the Civilian Marines). Internal information includes The Globe, an electronic marquee on Holcomb Boulevard, this web site, the Television Section and daily media reports.
The Globe is published on a weekly basis and keeps the Marines, sailors, and the surrounding community in touch with what's happening on base and what the Corps is accomplishing locally and worldwide.
With news and information being broadcast 24 hours a day on base LCTV-10 provides crucial information to Marines and their families. You can also check out the Globe Magazine, a weekly look at what’s going on around Camp Lejeune. It airs at 9, 12, 4, and 8:30 on channel 10 aboard the base. If you have any story ideas please contact:
• Television Chief: (910) 451-7063
External Information is the heartbeat of our public affairs operation. Our external information section regularly feeds local and regional print and broadcast outlets as well as Leatherneck, Marine Corps Times, and various national and hometown civilian media. Media interested in covering events or receiving periodic press releases should contact:
Combat Correspondent's Association
The United States Marine Corps Combat Correspondents Association is comprised of former Marines, active duty, and retired Marine journalists, photographers, motion picture, radio, television broadcasters, authors, artists, and illustrators who have dedicated their lives and careers to informing the American public about the Marine Corps and its programs, activities, and achievements.
Public Affairs Offices aboard MCB Camp Lejeune:
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