4th Marine Corps District

 

4th Marine Corps District

Marine Corps Recruiting Command

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West Virginia high school program teaches self-discipline, leadership skills to students March 25, 2015 — Marine Corps Junior Reserve Officer’s Training Corps cadets at St. Albans High School marched through their biannual inspection with heads held high March 10, in St. Albans, West Virginia.Local Marines from Recruiting Sub-station Huntington judged cadets based on the MCJROTC program mission - to instill in students the values of citizenship, MORE
High School senior receives MPMA Covington-Hagan Scholarship March 25, 2015 — In an effort to encourage the pursuit of higher education in the local African-American community, the Montford Point Marine Association (MPMA), Louisville Chapter 22, publicly recognized one high school senior whose characteristics of leadership, integrity and determination were synonymous with those of the United States Marine Corps.        Kai MORE
Marines, MEAC score big together March 18, 2015 — NORFOLK, VA – The U.S. Marines came in full force to support the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference basketball tournament March 10-14 in Norfolk, Virginia.        During the event the Marines interacted with the crowds with pull-up contests, t-shirt giveaways and a flight simulator. Outside of the tournament, the Marines took the time to meet with MORE
Local Marines participate in Cleveland football clinic March 9, 2015 — Aurora, Ohio—U.S. Marines from Recruiting Station Cleveland participated in a football clinic Feb. 27 to March 1 at the Bertram Inn and Conference Center in Aurora, Ohio.             This year marks the fourth year that the Marine Corps has been partnered with Glazier Clinics, a clinic that is attaining more and more recognition each year because MORE
Marine Corps JROTC units strut their stuff in drill competition March 9, 2015 — RICHMOND, VIRGINIA- Cadets from 10 different Marine Corps Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps units got a chance to show off their skills in drill, uniform regulations and knowledge of the Marine Corps during a drill competition at Hermitage High School, Feb. 14. The cadets came from JROTC units throughout Virginia and Maryland.  Also in MORE
Future Marine saves teacher’s life, receives city’s gratitude February 27, 2015 — Fairfield City Council and Mayor Steve Miller proclaimed Feb 9, 2015 to be “John Jones Day” in honor of the Fairfield High School senior who caught the attention local city officials when he expediently responded to save the life of a substitute teacher who had collapsed in class. Jones, who is currently in the Marine Corps Delayed Entry Program at MORE
Charleston, West Virginia educators get a firsthand look at Marine Corps recruit training February 16, 2015 —     Thirty eight educators from West Virginia, Kentucky and Ohio endured the rigors of Marine Corps recruit training during the 2015 Educator Workshop, Feb. 10 to 13 at Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, South Carolina.    Educator Workshops are conducted annually by Marine recruiting stations across the United States as outreach programs to MORE
4th Marine Corps District Sergeant Major retires after 30 years of service February 6, 2015 — New Cumberland, Pennsylvania— After 30 years of faithful service to his country and the Marine Corps, Sgt. Maj. Joseph C. Breze stood before an assembly of his closest friends and family to celebrate the conclusion of this chapter in his career.    Breze relinquished his post as the sergeant major of 4th Marine Corps District and retired during a MORE
Marine from Waldorf appointed to warrant officer February 6, 2015 — TRIANGLE, Virginia – As the temperature dipped below 20 degrees, a small, frigid formation of Marines stood in front of the National Museum of the Marine Corps. The cold wind was biting, but it wasn’t enough to stop them from attending the new chief warrant officer 2’s appointment ceremony. Douglas McGlothlin was called to the front of the MORE
Marine Corps Leadership Seminar prepare Virginia students for success January 29, 2015 — On top of packed college schedules, several young men and women in the Gloucester Institute’s Emerging Leaders Program spent a day learning from leaders in the world’s finest fighting force, the United States Marine Corps, January 24.  The ELP trains motivated African-American and Latino college students core writing, speaking and critical thinking MORE

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