You may have heard that the Marine Corps is “renting” out the barracks on bases now (kinda begins to show you how small your Marine Corps is now after massive cuts by this administration). Nonmilitary can live on base only after an extensive background check. However, unless you like chow hall food, motivating chants being yelled at zero dark thirty and every Marine looking at you like an alien because you don’t have a high & tight haircut, you might want to reconsider packing up for a bit. Check out the below – Time for a C-Gar
Marines who are preparing for a permanent change of station to Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, might be trolling Craigslist for housing.
Well, this listing might have everything you’re looking for — or perhaps everything you’re hoping to escape.
On July 20, a Craigslist user posted a one-bedroom rental that would be available in two weeks. The “lovely” 225 square foot space is located in a “gated community with 24-hour private security,” the advertisement states. Rent is $1,000 per month, and can be conveniently paid “on the 1st or split between the 1st and 15th with automatic withdrawal.”