Marine Corp Air Station Cherry Point
2nd Marine Aircraft Wing
Fleet Readiness Center East
Allies for Cherry Point's Tomorrow (ACT) advocates for the existence and success of Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, Fleet Readiness Center East and its civilian enterprises.
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Duke Energy Foundation awards $50K to support Coastal Land Trust's Conservation Partnership with USMC Cherry Point
April 18, 2014
The North Carolina Coastal Land Trust announced that Duke Energy Foundation has made a grant of $50,000, which will be used for its “Military Encroachment Project”. The goal of the project is to acquire significant coastal conservation properties, which, if developed, would encroach upon the mission and growth of military bases, airfields, bombing…
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CHARLOTTE — Duke Energy Progress has chosen a 155-acre tract at the Havelock Business Park to participate in the utility’s…
We need your support for long-term projects like the lift fan repair and test facility at FRC East to work…
ACT is working closely with the Marine Corps, Joint Program Office and our congressional delegation to move security enhancements up…
>> Legislative Luncheon with NC Senator Norman Sanderson, Representatives Michael Speciale and George Graham was held on
Wednesday, April 9th.
>> Several members of ACT met with MajGen Cornell Wilson and BGen Mabry "Bud" Martin on Thursday, March 13, 2014 to discuss goals and responsibilities of NCMAC and review strategies to protect and promote the military and military missions in NC. >>READ MORE