Marine Corps Recruiting Command
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RS San Antonio Marine poolees participated in the San Antonio Spurs vs Memphis Grizzlies’ half-time show on March 23rd. The annual USAA and Spurs Military Appreciation Night honors military members, their families and Armed Forces enlistees. The future Marines raised their right hands in front of the packed AT&T Center audience to swear-in by repeating...
Lacey Lett, host of Oklahoma City’s Channel 4’s “Rise and Shine Morning Show,” poses with Recruiting Station Oklahoma City Marines after interviewing them about the USA Wrestling Girls Folkstyle Nationals tournament taking place March 23-26, 2017 at the Cox Convention Center. The interview Marines were on hand to talk about their partnership with USA Wrestling, the reasons wrestlers are great fits for the Marine Corps, and the role the Marines will play at the event.
When Cpl. Callahan Brown sees an opportunity to do something, she takes it. Brown is an adjutant for Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 26 on Marine Corps Air Station New River and is taking as many chances as she can to become anything she puts her mind to. Brown joined the Marine Corps because she wanted to follow in her father’s footsteps of military service, who retired as a colonel in the Air Force. "I wanted to join the Marine Corps just so I would own all of my accomplishments. My dad always has a joke around November. I say, ‘Dad I’m super excited about the..
Recruiting Sub-Station Gresham, stands at the peak of Angel's Rest Hiking Trail, Portland, March 18, 2017.The poolees trekked the 1,450 feet to the peak of the trail as a way to prepare for the physical demands of Marine Corps Recruit Training. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Sgt. Taylor Morton/Released)...
Marines partnered with the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference for the 2017 MEAC Basketball Tournament at the Scope Arena in Norfolk, Va., March 6-11.The basketball tournament is made up of 13 Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) in the Southeastern United States with winners receiving automatic bids to post-season play in...
Master Sgt. Damian Cason, Diversity Engagement Chief, Marine Corps Recruiting Command, conducts an interview with a student attending, Latinos in Science and Engineering Leadership Academy (MAES). MAES was founded in 1974 to increase the number of Latinos in engineering, technical, mathematics and science fields. The organization’s...
As Sgt. Maj. Howard Kreamer stood among spectators, he found himself reminiscing as he watched his daughter march across the parade deck aboard Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, South Carolina. Kreamer, the Sgt. Maj. of 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing, was the reviewing official for the graduation ceremony of his youngest daughter, Pfc...
More than 500 United States Marine Corps enlistees and their family and friends from across the state of Arizona converged in Phoenix for the 2017 annual Marine Corps Recruiting Station Phoenix pool function, March 4, 2017. The purpose of the function is to screen and physically test the Marine applicants, while at the same time give them a preview of what they may be able to expect once they ship off to U.S. Marine Corps boot camp. The applicants, from 13 recruiting substations located throughout Arizona, ran an initial strength test made up of pull-ups, crunches, and...
U.S. Marine Corps Candidates with Officer Selection Offices in central Texas, conduct field exercise 17-2 on Army National Guard Camp Swift TX., Feb. 24, 2017. FIEX 17-2 is a bi-annual field exercises in an effort to better prepare candidates for Officer Candidates School (OCS), and reduce attrition at OCS. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Clarence A...
"Marines, General. Neller here. These last 18 months, I've spent a lot of time talking to you about how we as Marines must treat each other as members of this warfighting organization with dignity and respect. I’ve spoken about the effort it takes to earn the title Marine and our families and the nation are proud of who we are and have high expectations of our professionalism and competence. That our Corps does not care where you come from, whether you’re rich or poor, whether you’re man or woman, what your sexual preference may be. Only that you have the discipline, drive and...
One Among Many: striving for excellence
By Lance Cpl. Juan Madrigal | March 21, 2017
MCAS NEW RIVER, N.C.- When Cpl. Callahan Brown sees an opportunity to do something, she takes it. Brown is an adjutant for Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 26 on Marine Corps Air Station New River and is taking as many chances as she can to become anything she puts her mind to. MORE
Service runs in the family
By Sgt. Neysa Huertas Quinones | March 10, 2017
MCRD PARRIS ISLAND, S.C. - As Sgt. Maj. Howard Kreamer stood among spectators, he found himself reminiscing as he watched his daughter march across the parade deck aboard Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, South Carolina. MORE