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Raleigh Marine officer candidates get taste of what future holds October 01, 2013 — Marines and candidates with the Officer Selection Office Raleigh, Marine Corps Recruiting Station Raleigh, conducted a three-mile hike with Marine Corps history and leadership classes aboard Umstead Park in Raleigh, N.C., Sept. 28. The candidates and Marines carried packs with 40 pounds of gear and an M-16 replica rubber rifle to get a feel for MORE
Cabell Midland High School continues producing Marines September 30, 2013 — Recruiting Sub Station Huntington has a large area of responsibility in the eyes of Marine Corps recruiters. It is spread over 7,700 square miles and is composed of 65 different high schools, but one school stands out from the rest. One school continues to produce more of the next generation of Marines than any other school in its vicinity.Located MORE
Ocala Marine receives top honors for excellence in journalism September 19, 2013 — Local Marine Cpl. Bryan Nygaard, a native of Ocala, Fla. and 2003 graduate of Ocala Christian Academy, was recently awarded by the Department of Defense and United States Marine Corps Combat Correspondent Association during two separate ceremonies at the Defense Information School aboard Fort George G. Meade, Md. on May 10 and at Joint Base Andrews MORE
Fairfield, Ohio native ensures merry Christmas for all September 17, 2013 — Recruiting is a time consuming job. Marines on recruiting duty wake up early, arrive at their office around 7 a.m., and if they are lucky they might go home around 8 p.m. Many of them work these long hours Monday through Saturday with just enough time to kiss their wife or husband, play with their children and get some sleep before starting another MORE
What does leadership mean to you? September 12, 2013 — When the Marshall University Women’s Swim Team found themselves looking for guidance on leadership, they decided to look no further than the United States Marine Corps for inspiration.On Sept. 11, the swim team staff invited the Marines onto the Marshall University Campus to give their student-athletes an in-depth class on Marine Corps leadership. MORE
Future Marines take oath of enlistment during Clermont County Fair July 21, 2013 —      A group of nine poolees from Recruiting Sub-Station East Gate took the oath of enlistment and officially joined the Marine Corps Delayed Entry Program during a ceremony at the Clermont County Fair July 21.     The Marine Corps poolees and entry level members from other branches of the Armed Forces received the oath from Army Reserve Lt. Col. MORE
Educators get tough during Marine Corps workshop May 14, 2013 — Thirty five educators from West Virginia, Kentucky and Ohio endured the rigors of Marine Corps boot camp during the 2013 Educator Workshop, April 30 to May 3, to gain a better understanding of the Marine Corps.The Educator Workshop is an annual program conducted by recruiting stations across the United States as an outreach program to high schools MORE
Marine Corps supports 8th annual Jaguar 5K May 14, 2013 — The United States Marine Corps donated 900 water bottles to the 8th annual Jaguar 5k held by Falls Church High School April 27. This is the second year the Marine Corps sponsored this event. “The water bottles provided by the Marines are such a nice addition to the race packets. Everyone loves the red Marines bottles,” said Jeanne Kelly, Director MORE
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
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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