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Members of the Mojave Desert Air Quality Managememt District present personnel from Marine Corps Community Services’ Marine Corps Exchange with the Mojave Green Award for excellence in environmentally friendly processes and equipment aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, California, March 11. Present, left to right are Martial Haprov #MDAQMD, Angelica Benavidez #MCCS Barstow Operations officer, Carol Marquez MCCS Retail Operations associate, Lt. Col. John Bilas, base executive officer, April Griffin MCCS administrative assistant, Keith Varney, Marine Mart manager, Sgt. Daniel Keaveny, Marine Mart manager, Staff Sgt. Nicholas Eatherton, Marine Mart manager, Olivia Nessim MDAQMD, Mike Woodbury, Sr. Marine Mart manager Camp Pendleton, Michael Fernandez, #Environmental Safety specialist. #Marines #MCLBBarstow #USMC #MCX, #MojaveGreenAward - Members of the Mojave Desert Air Quality Managememt District present personnel from Marine Corps Community Services’ Marine Corps Exchange with the Mojave Green Award for excellence in environmentally friendly processes and equipment aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, California, March 11. Present, left to right are Martial Haprov #MDAQMD, Angelica Benavidez #MCCS Barstow Operations officer, Carol Marquez MCCS Retail Operations associate, Lt. Col. John Bilas, base executive officer, April Griffin MCCS administrative assistant, Keith Varney, Marine Mart manager, Sgt. Daniel Keaveny, Marine Mart manager, Staff Sgt. Nicholas Eatherton, Marine Mart manager, Olivia Nessim MDAQMD, Mike Woodbury, Sr. Marine Mart manager Camp Pendleton, Michael Fernandez, #Environmental Safety specialist. #Marines #MCLBBarstow #USMC #MCX, #MojaveGreenAward

Kenneth Lyon, firefighter paramedic with Fire and Emergency Services, administers the first dose of Moderna COVID-19 vaccine to base personnel at Production Plant Barstow, Marine Depot Maintenance Command on the Yermo Annex aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, California, March 3. The Moderna version of the vaccine requires two doses, 28 days apart. The first dose offers over 60 percent immunity and introduces the immune system to the outer shell of the virus and typically has little to no side effects other than a sore arm. The second dose is a heavier priming of the immune system as the immune system recognizes the outer shell of the virus faster and provides a robust response and over 90 percent immunity. Some recipients report exhaustion, fever and body aches for a couple of days after the second dose, which is normal. - Kenneth Lyon, firefighter paramedic with Fire and Emergency Services, administers the first dose of Moderna COVID-19 vaccine to base personnel at Production Plant Barstow, Marine Depot Maintenance Command on the Yermo Annex aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, California, March 3. The Moderna version of the vaccine requires two doses, 28 days apart. The first dose offers over 60 percent immunity and introduces the immune system to the outer shell of the virus and typically has little to no side effects other than a sore arm. The second dose is a heavier priming of the immune system as the immune system recognizes the outer shell of the virus faster and provides a robust response and over 90 percent immunity. Some recipients report exhaustion, fever and body aches for a couple of days after the second dose, which is normal.

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