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U.S. Navy Sailors and members from the city of Havelock’s waste water treatment plant at Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Cherry Point, North Carolina, leave from the Navy Boat Docks to gather water samples for testing at MCAS Cherry Point, Aug. 4, 2020. Havelock’s water treatment plant is an environmental laboratory that’s certified by the North Carolina Department of Water Resources and the Department of Water Quality. The facility tests the samples for a variety of safety concerns to help ensure the health of the installation and the surrounding community. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Jacob Bertram) - U.S. Navy Sailors and members from the city of Havelock’s waste water treatment plant at Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Cherry Point, North Carolina, leave from the Navy Boat Docks to gather water samples for testing at MCAS Cherry Point, Aug. 4, 2020. Havelock’s water treatment plant is an environmental laboratory that’s certified by the North Carolina Department of Water Resources and the Department of Water Quality. The facility tests the samples for a variety of safety concerns to help ensure the health of the installation and the surrounding community. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Jacob Bertram)

U.S. Marine Corps Cpl. Fallon Newberry, an administrative specialist assigned to Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron, poses for a photo in front of the general’s building at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, North Carolina, Dec. 3, 2019. Newberry joined the Marine Corps because she wanted to serve her country honorably. Newberry’s responsibilities as the installation sergeant major’s administrative clerk include helping set up meetings, coordinating events, and keeping up with correspondence that goes in and out of the office. (U.S. Marine Corps photo illustration by Sgt. Tylor J. Camfield) - U.S. Marine Corps Cpl. Fallon Newberry, an administrative specialist assigned to Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron, poses for a photo in front of the general’s building at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, North Carolina, Dec. 3, 2019. Newberry joined the Marine Corps because she wanted to serve her country honorably. Newberry’s responsibilities as the installation sergeant major’s administrative clerk include helping set up meetings, coordinating events, and keeping up with correspondence that goes in and out of the office. (U.S. Marine Corps photo illustration by Sgt. Tylor J. Camfield)

Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point will begin training a team whose primary focus will be to lead all personnel here in the growing effort – and requirement – to reduce energy consumption and costs. President Obama recently issued Executive Order 13963 which directs federal agencies to reduce energy consumption by 2.5% annually through 2025.Cherry Point aims to instill an Energy Ethos – the shared vision that efficient use of energy resources is a critical component of mission readiness – in every Marine and civilian living and working on the installation. - Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point will begin training a team whose primary focus will be to lead all personnel here in the growing effort – and requirement – to reduce energy consumption and costs. President Obama recently issued Executive Order 13963 which directs federal agencies to reduce energy consumption by 2.5% annually through 2025. Cherry Point aims to instill an Energy Ethos – the shared vision that efficient use of energy resources is a critical component of mission readiness – in every Marine and civilian living and working on the installation.

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