Camp Lejeune USMC Beer Mug – 25 ounce


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This 25 ounce Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune Beer Stein is perfect for Lejeune veterans or active duty Marines.

Camp Lejeune Marine Corps Beer Mug Features

  • Marine Corps  Base Camp Lejeune Beer Mug
  • 25 oz. capacity.
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  • Officially licensed by the US Marine Corps

Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune

Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune is located in Jacksonville, North Carolina. It’s a significant US military training facility renowned for its amphibious assault training capabilities. The facility, which includes 14 miles of beaches, is strategically positioned between two deep-water ports, Wilmington and Morehead City, facilitating rapid deployments.

Camp Lejeune comprises the main base and six satellite facilities: Marine Corps Air Station New River, Camp Geiger, Stone Bay, Courthouse Bay, Camp Johnson, and the Greater Sandy Run Training Area. Additionally, it houses a Marine Corps port facility at Beaufort on Radio Island. The base extends across 156,000 acres, offering extensive training grounds, including beaches suitable for amphibious operations, various gun positions, tactical landing zones, modern urban terrain training facilities, and an extensive array of live fire ranges.

Home to a range of USMC commands and units, Camp Lejeune is a vital center for military preparation and operations. Its resident commands include the II Marine Expeditionary Force, Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command, and several Marine Divisions and Logistics Groups. The base also hosts educational institutions like the Marine Corps Engineer School and the United States Marine Corps School of Infantry.

Camp Lejeune provides diverse recreational and fitness facilities for Marines, sailors, their families, and civilian employees. 

Historically, the base was approved for construction in 1941 and began as Marine Barracks New River. Initially headquartered in a summer cottage on Montford Point, it was later moved to Hadnot Point and renamed in honor of the 13th Commandant of the Marine Corps, John A. Lejeune, following his death. Notably, one of its satellite facilities, Montford Point, served as a boot camp for African American Marines during a period of segregated training, which was later integrated.

Today, Camp Lejeune stands as a testament to the Marine Corps’ commitment to readiness, training excellence, and community support.

Additional information

Weight 1.31 lbs
Dimensions 7 × 5.5 × 5.5 in