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Zen in the Art of Reserve Recruiting May 10, 2013 — As the largest reserve writing station for the district, the Recruiting Station Richmond command group has learned valuable lessons that apply to reserve contracting and shipping.   The key is maintaining a contracting balance between making mission in the current month and filling reserve shipping holes in the next trimester. Contracting regular MORE
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Marine from Waldorf receives top award April 14, 2013 — December 2009 was not a good month for Staff Sgt. Douglas McGlothlin. Although he had done well during his first few months on recruiting duty, he had written zero contracts for the month. McGlothlin had to meet with his commanding officer for counseling. In the competitive world of Marine Corps recruiting, you either meet your quota or risk MORE
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Marine Corps Leadership Seminar Steps Foot in High School for First Time April 12, 2013 —   The Marine Corps Leadership Seminar was held at the Wake County Young Men’s Leadership Academy in Raleigh, N.C., April 11.   The Marine Corps Leadership Seminar has been hosted by colleges and universities across the country for the past three years; however, this is the first time the event has been hosted at a high school.    “We are going to MORE
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Marine Corps Leadership Seminar
Marine Officers and Officer Candidates Help Local Community March 08, 2013 — Marine officers and officer candidates with Marine Corps Recruiting Station Raleigh helped build a house for Habitat for Humanity in Wake County, N.C., February 22.  The Marines and candidates contributed to a house that will one day be sold to a family in need at a reduced price.  “It was great,” said Capt. Scott Riley, an officer selection MORE
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Marines, poolees attend annual female pool function January 12, 2013 — More than 40 members of Recruiting Station Detroit participated in a female pool function here, Jan. 12, to build camaraderie and spread knowledge about the Marine Corps among prospective Marines. Maj. Matthew Hager, RS Detroit’s commanding officer, welcomed the attendees with comments about the challenges that lie ahead, while reminding them they MORE
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Local Football Star to Play in All-American Game December 17, 2012 — If you Google his name you will find stories and YouTube videos that showcase his talent. If you walk behind him in the hallway of Millbrook High School in Raleigh, N.C., you will notice his popularity with the other students.  Corey Cooper is a starting wide receiver on the Millbrook High School football team and has been selected to play in the MORE
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Cover Controversy to be Resolved October 29, 2012 — Over the next several months you will see female Marines in three different covers (hats); the current bucket cover, the new improved female dress cover and the current male dress cover. The goal is to see how Marines and the public react to the improved female dress cover and the male dress cover. Recruiting Stations from 4th Marine Corps District MORE
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Silent Drill Platoon Visits Raleigh October 24, 2012 — The slaps and strikes of wooden stocked M-1 Garands echoed through the auditorium of Ravenscroft School as the Marine Corps Silent Drill Platoon performed in Raleigh, N.C.  To show their appreciation for the military Ravenscroft School asked the Silent Drill Platoon to perform.  Jeffrey Clark, a parent of two Ravenscroft students and former Naval MORE
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RS Raleigh Gets New Commanding Officer June 20, 2012 — Major Brandon J. Gorman recently assumed command of Marine Corps Recruiting Station Raleigh before a formation of Marines assembled near the North Carolina State University Bell Tower in Raleigh, N.C.  The responsibilities of commanding officer were passed from Maj. Jennifer A. Nash during a change of command ceremony after 36 months with RS MORE
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The First Time May 15, 2012 — The crowd of nearly five thousand people had to walk past a recruiting booth manned by Marines at the Ultimate Fighting Championship, better known as the UFC, on Fuel TV held at George Mason University. It was Recruiting Station Frederick’s first experience partnering with the UFC and was not only a recruiting effort, but a rare opportunity for the MORE
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