4th Marine Corps District

 

4th Marine Corps District

Marine Corps Recruiting Command

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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
New 4th Marine Corps District simulators visit Morgantown University January 23, 2015 — The Marine Corps is always seeking to recruit the best and the brightest. This can be a difficult task in fields like aviation, where private industries and the U.S. Air Force and Navy have already established well-known brands. “A lot of people think of the Marine Corps and they think infantry. They think of the ground, when in fact thirty percent MORE
Louisville educators take on Marine Corps Bootcamp January 9, 2015 — Marine Corps bootcamp has a reputation as the most physically and mentally difficult training America’s uniformed services has to offer. If a recruit can make it through the grueling 12-weeks, he or she will be presented with the eagle, globe and anchor, symbolizing that they have earned the title of United States Marine.On Jan 6-9, the Marine MORE
Marines select St. John’s College High School defensive back to play in Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl December 22, 2014 — Ayron Monroe, a standout defensive back for the St. John’s College High School football team, was officially recognized for his selection to the Marine Corps’ Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl during a presentation ceremony Dec. 17. Monroe received his SFAAB jersey in a reception room on SJCHS’s campus while surrounded by his family, coaches, and MORE
Lorain, Ohio native wins 4MCD recruiter instructor of the year award December 22, 2014 — Recruiting Station Frederick’s recruiter instructor has been recognized as the 4th Marine Corps District Recruiter Instructor of the Year for 2014.Master Sgt. Michael A. Rivas came out as the top nomination from the eight RSs within 4MCD for his high level of performance and leadership.“It's very humbling to know that I was even thought of as a MORE
Garner running back to play in Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl November 25, 2014 — RALEIGH, NC — If you Google his name you will find stories and videos that showcase his talent. If you walk behind him in the hallways of Garner High School in Garner, North Carolina, you will notice his popularity with the other students.            Nyheim Hines is a starting running back on the Garner High School football team. In addition to his MORE
RS Frederick Marine becomes U.S. citizen on the Marine Corps birthday November 25, 2014 — Triangle, Va. --   U.S. Marine Sgt. Gustavo A. Arroliga, a recruiter at Recruiting Sub-Station Woodbridge took the Oath of Allegiance during a naturalization ceremony at the National Museum of the Marine Corps Nov. 10, 2014. The ceremony was even more significant for Arroliga because it fell on the 239th birthday of the Marine Corps.                MORE

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