Community Stands Beside Families of Military Plane Crash Victims

One Jacksonville non-profit has raised more than $18,000 for the families of the seven Marines and one Navy Corpsman from Camp Lejeune who lost their lives in the KC-130 plane crash. READ MORE….

Camp Lejeune Community Mourns in Wake of Tragedy

An area nonprofit is leading the effort to show support of their comrades who died in a Marine KC-130T crash in a Mississippi soybean field while an observance is being planned to honor them. READ MORE….

Community Shows Outpouring Of Support After Marines Die In Fatal Crash

JACKSONVILLE, N.C. (WNCT) – Many people in Jacksonville are feeling the weight of the seven lives lost from Camp Lejeune. The Camp Lejeune Memorial Gardens serve as a sacred ground for fallen marines with memorials and names etched in stone. It’s where we found a lot of military families. READ MORE….

Pair of nonprofits serve MARSOC families in times of tragedy

JACKSONVILLE, Onslow County – Two foundations formed to help support the families of fallen members of the Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command (MARSOC) is set to play a major role in the wake of the deaths of seven members of that unit in Monday’s plane crash. READ MORE….