4th Marine Corps District

 

4th Marine Corps District

Marine Corps Recruiting Command

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Parents, family learn about process to become Marine March 19, 2014 — Marine Corps Recruiting Sub-Station Greenville hosted a family night at the East Carolina University Willis Buildings in Greenville, N.C., March 8.Family nights are a time for the families of the applicants to come together, meet the Marines of the Sub-Station, and learn about the Marine Corps and the process of boot camp.“Family day is important MORE
Marine Applicant wins Wrestling State Championship March 5, 2014 — Chris Jaeger wrestles and excels academically in his school. His physical, mental and moral strength was built during four years of high school and now he has added the icing to the cake in his latest wrestling excursion.Jaeger, a senior from Chatham Central High School in Bear Creek, N.C., won the North Carolina 1A Wrestling State Championship in MORE
Applicant perseveres for opportunity to become a Marine March 5, 2014 — Honor. Courage. Commitment.To the average person those three words can have different meanings. For a United States Marine those three words mean everything. It is the foundation of Marine Corps’ ethos and it is used as a guiding light, keeping the institution among the most revered in the world.The deeper meanings of those words are taught to MORE
RS Frederick Applicant takes Honor Graduate March 5, 2014 — There are quite a few things that go into becoming an honor graduate, from exemplifying the core values; honor, courage and commitment, to exceeding the normal physical standards of the Marine Corps.There is only one honor graduate per company during a Marine Corps recruit graduation ceremony and Pfc. Callahan Brown, from Recruiting Station MORE
Eastern Michigan Marine officer candidate continues legacy March 4, 2014 — Marine officer candidate Joe Zarzycki attends Eastern Michigan University as a junior studying aviation management and general management.How did this university student decide to tackle both academics and a military career? He was watching a movie that pulled at his patriotic heart strings.“While watching the Hurt Locker in Canada, it really made MORE
Hiram College opens housing for veterans February 6, 2014 — It is not necessary to be from a big university to make a huge difference in the lives of veterans who are looking to further their education after leaving active duty. A local college in Hiram, Ohio, has placed themselves at the tip of the spear in an effort to make the housing situation better for veterans attending their school.Hiram College, a MORE
High School seniors from across Virginia compete for NROTC scholarships February 6, 2014 — More than 20 high school seniors from across Virginia travelled to Recruiting Station Richmond Jan. 30, to compete for their chance to earn a $150,000 Marine Option, Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps Scholarship.The young men and women submitted transcripts, teacher recommendations, completed a demanding physical fitness test, and were MORE
Arlington, Texas Marine recognized for superior achievement in recruiting February 6, 2014 — Matt Humiston was a junior at Kennedale High School in Arlington, Texas when the World Trade Center was attacked on Sept. 11, 2001. Watching the twin towers crumble to the ground was an eye-opening experience for many Americans, including Humiston.“It made me realize that the world is in a sense flat,” said Humiston. “We can be attacked and MORE
RS Frederick raises the bar for PT February 4, 2014 — Physical fitness is paramount in maintaining a healthy Delayed Entry Program that will ultimately ship applicants to Marine Corps Recruit Training.Recruiting Station Frederick places much value in how the pool program is maintained during a 10 to 12 month period between a Poolee’s enlistment and ship dates. The Pool program is designed to ensure MORE
Marine promoted on hard work and dedication January 31, 2014 — Staff Sgt Lance K. Harvey, originally from Vermontville, Mich., was meritoriously promoted to the rank of staff sergeant Jan. 2 at the Recruiting Station Louisville headquarters. Harvey, the staff non-commissioned officer in charge of Recruiting Sub-station Frankfort, won a Marine Corps Recruiting Command meritorious selection board and was MORE

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