4th Marine Corps District

 

4th Marine Corps District

Marine Corps Recruiting Command

Unit News
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Recruiting Station Frederick Recruiting Substations compete for top spot in FY15 Pool Function May 20, 2015 — More than 300 future Marines and their families from across parts of Maryland, Virginia, and West Virginia, gathered at the Frederick Community College soccer field in Frederick, Maryland, on April 18 to get a glimpse of Marine Corps basic training.The event tested the young leaders in competition with each other while also demonstrating to their MORE
Future Marine displays heroism while serving as volunteer firefighter May 19, 2015 — Matthew Shrawder and four other firefighters with the Dunkirk Volunteer Fire Department arrived on the scene of a raging house fire in Owings, Maryland, at 10:30 a.m. on March 9. “When we got there, I was playing through my head, which line I was going to pull, where I was going to go and just keeping all the training I’ve had in the back of my MORE
Poolee loses more than 70 pounds to join Marine Corps May 12, 2015 — Sweat dripping off his face and legs burning from lactic acid, Dylan DeYoung finishes the last few reps of star jumpers. It’s not over yet though, he still has a lap around the track, sprints and other calisthenics to complete before the day is over.            When he’s done, he’s physically drained, but he’s not discouraged. Over the past year MORE
Ohio students get an opportunity to fly flight simulators May 12, 2015 —  Students at Case Western University and Kent State University got an opportunity to show off and test their military pilot skills, May 5-6.             U.S. Marines from 4th Marine Corps District brought several flight simulators to the universities to help generate interest among the students in Marine Corps aviation and officer careers. MORE
Future Marine Corps officer candidates participate in mini OCS May 1, 2015 — More than 50 Marine Corps officer candidates from recruiting stations Charleston and Louisville participated in a mini Officer Candidates School field exercise at Camp Sherman Joint Training Center in Chillicothe, Ohio, April 24-26.               The candidates were tested both physically and mentally over the course of the three days. MORE
The Quiet Warrior: Future Marine wins second state wrestling title April 28, 2015 — If silence is a virtue, then Stevan Smith is beyond reproach. The wiry 17-year-old does not talk much, and when he does, it is usually only three to five words. When asked about going undefeated in his final year of high school wrestling, he simply said, “It’s great.”Smith lets his performance on the wrestling mat speak for itself. The senior at MORE
Recruiting Station Louisville conducts 45th annual Colonel William R. Higgins Memorial Mess Night April 28, 2015 — Recruiting Station Louisville conducted its 45th annual Col. William R. Higgins Memorial Mess Night at the Campbel House Hotel in Lexington, Kentucky,  March 28, 2015.                This event serves to solidify the commitment of young men and women to work for and earn commissions in the United States Marine Corps, while honoring and respecting MORE
RS Louisville sergeant major retires, station welcomes new sergeant major April 6, 2015 — Marines, family and friends of Marine Corps Recruiting Station Louisville, Kentucky, gathered as Sgt. Maj. Daniel G. Bullock retired and relinquished his post as the station sergeant major to Sgt. Maj. John K. Wyatt during a relief, appointment and retirement ceremony at the Kentucky Derby Museum, March 20.       “[Bullock’s] contribution to the MORE
Mameluke Officer Sword presented to Officer Selection Office Fairfax’s applicant of the year April 3, 2015 — The U.S. Marine Corps Officer Candidate School is tough. Many might apply, but only the best and most prepared will go on to become officers and leaders of Marines.This is why a newly commissioned Marine Corps officer was recognized for his efforts in helping prepare other officer applicants for the rigors of OCS at Marine Corps Base Quantico, MORE
Marine Corps offers cutting edge paid internship program to college students April 2, 2015 — The Marine Corps is offering a summer internship to anyone attending or planning to attend an accredited college or university.  It’s called the Platoon Leaders Class (PLC).  “The Platoon Leaders Class program offers a variety of challenges and opportunities that await any person who can measure up to our standards,” said Capt. Indranil Das, MORE

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