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Off-roading illegal aboard Camp Lejeune

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CAMP LEJEUNE, N.C. - Marine Corps base officials at Camp Lejeune are cracking down on illegal mudding.
     
They say off-road vehicles are destroying training areas.
     
If a Marine is caught off-roading, they'll lose base-driving privileges and face other consequences.
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