Marine Corps Recruiting Command

 

Marine Corps Recruiting Command

Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va.

3280 Russell Road, 2nd Floor Quantico, Va. 22134
Major Anthony Nguyen, Operations Officer, 9th Communication Battalion, Houston native, shares a story about his Marine Corps experience with two attendees at the Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers (SASE) National Convention and Fair in Houston on Oct. 9, 2015. Partnering with influential organizations like SASE provides the Marine Corps with the ability to build relationships with influential community leaders and transform them into brand ambassadors of the Marine Corps. One of the goals of the partnership is to educate the members of this organization about the opportunities the Marine Corps can provide both inside and outside the Corps.
Asian-Americans, Pacific Islanders are Part of Corps' Fabric
Marines come from many backgrounds, cultures and locations, and use their heritages and traditions to strengthen the Corps' ranks. In May, as the Nation observes Asian-American Pacific Islander Heritage Month, the Marine Corps proudly honors Asian-Americans and Pacific Islanders who contributed to its success.
Senior Drill Instructor, Staff Sgt Trevon Wilson, encourages a poolee at the Recruiting Station Portland Aunnual pool function aboard Camp Rilea, Warrenton, Oregon. Poolees were given an oppurtunity during a 3-day training event to experience aspects of recruit training to include the presence of drill instructors and physical training.(U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Taylor Morton)
RS Portland Annual Pool Function
Senior Drill Instructor, Staff Sgt Trevon Wilson, encourages a poolee at the Recruiting Station Portland Aunnual pool function aboard Camp Rilea, Warrenton, Oregon. Poolees were given an oppurtunity during a 3-day training event to experience aspects of recruit training to include the presence of drill instructors and physical training.
Major Misty Posey speaks to a panel of women at the Reebok Headquarters' Honor Your Days event in Canton, Mass., April 28, 2016. Posey was invited to the event due to her hardwork and dedication to the Corps, and to show young women that they can achieve their dreams. Posey spoke the the panelists and attendees about her dream to help women train to do pull-ups, and told them that anything is possible if they set their heart and mind to it. She hopes to spread the word about her pull-up program to help men and women across the nation.
Marine recognized during Reebok Honor Your Days event
Major Misty Posey speaks to a panel of women at the Reebok Headquarters' Honor Your Days event in Canton, Mass., April 28, 2016. Posey was invited to the event due to her hardwork and dedication to the Corps, and to show young women that they can achieve their dreams.
Drill instructor Sgt. Matthew Lee presents Jared Goff with his Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl jersey at a banquet Jan. 3, 2013. Goff was selected as the number one overall player in the 2016 NFL Draft by the Los Angeles Rams.
Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl jersey presentation
Drill instructor Sgt. Matthew Lee presents Jared Goff with his Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl jersey at a banquet Jan. 3, 2013. Goff was selected as the number one overall player in the 2016 NFL Draft by the Los Angeles Rams.
Marines are known as the most elite fighting force in the nation. Earning the prestigious Eagle, Globe and Anchor means joining a brotherhood and sisterhood that consists of about 183,883 service members; equating to around 13% of the nation’s military manpower. Sergeant Michael Butler (pictured far right holding the flag) a recruiter out of Recruiting Sub Station Mobile, Recruiting Station Montgomery, is one of the people who have the honor of calling himself one of the few and the proud. (U.S. Marine Corps courtesy photo)
Why the Marines: Sgt. Michael Butler
Marines are known as the most elite fighting force in the nation. Sgt. Michael Butler (pictured far right holding the flag) a recruiter out of Recruiting Sub Station Mobile, Recruiting Station Montgomery, is one of the people who have the honor of calling himself one of the few and the proud.
MCRC News
Asian-Americans, Pacific Islanders are Part of Corps' Fabric

By Lance Cpl. Shaehmus R. Sawyer | May 4, 2016

MARINE CORPS BASE QUANTICO, Va. -- Marines come from many backgrounds, cultures and locations, but as Marines, they use their personal heritages and traditions to strengthen the ranks of the Corps. In May, as the Nation observes Asian-American Pacific Islander Heritage Month, the Marine Corps proudly honors Asian-Americans and Pacific Islanders who contributed to its success. MORE
Four Semper Fidelis All-American Alumni Selected in First Round of 2016 NFL Draft

By Sgt Jacky Fang | April 29, 2016

Four Semper Fidelis All-American Alumni were drafted in the first round of the 2016 National Football League Draft on April 28, 2016. First round draftees include number one draft pick Jared Goff, Ronnie Stanley, DeForest Buckner, and Will Fuller.The Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl, a high school all-star game sponsored by the Marine Corps, MORE
Why the Marines: Sgt. Michael Butler

By Cpl. Krista James | April 27, 2016

MONTGOMERY, AL. -- The United States has a population of approximately 322,762,018 people and a shocking only 1.4 million of the population is in the U.S. Armed Forces, meaning 0.4%. MORE