4th Marine Corps District

 

4th Marine Corps District

Marine Corps Recruiting Command

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4th Marine Corps Districts Executive Officer retires after 24 years of service July 23, 2015 — After 24 years of service to his country, Lt. Col. Donald B. Moor, retired from the Marine Corps during an emotional ceremony held July 2, at the Defense Distribution Center Susquehanna in New Cumberland, Pennsylvania.            Moor, the 4th Marine Corps District Executive Officer and Lebanon, Missouri native, received his commission into the MORE
Future female Marines tackle Marine Corps lifestyle July 20, 2015 — Twenty female Marine poolees and their guests tasted the Marine Corps’ lifestyle after going through a gauntlet of events during Marine Corps Recruiting Station Detroit’s bi-annual female pool function at the Boys and Girls Club of Troy, Michigan, June 20.Throughout the day, the poolees participated in the Marines Corps’ Initial Strength Test and MORE
Marine from Houston promoted by three-star general June 12, 2015 — During the summer months at Marine Barracks Washington, D.C, thousands of people converge on the “oldest post of the Corps” to attend the Friday Evening Parades, which feature performances by the Marine Band and the elite Silent Drill Platoon. The hour and 15-minute presentation has become a universal symbol of the professionalism, discipline, and MORE
RS Detroit presents NROTC scholarship June 4, 2015 — A senior at Grosse Pointe South High School received the Naval Reserve Officers' Training Corps scholarship worth $150,000 by the U.S. Marines of Recruiting Station Detroit during a scholarship presentation ceremony at his high school on May 21, 2015.       For Scott Brooks, it was all a part of his plan to serve his country.        “If I didn’t MORE
Recruiting Station prepares female poolees with annual statewide function June 3, 2015 — For 24 female Marine poolees, May 16 was a taste of what was to come, as they participated in Marine Corps Recruiting Station Richmond’s statewide pool function. The annual event is held to provide training and information to the young women in the recruiting station’s delayed entry program, the time between when an applicant signs their enlistment MORE
Herndon High School students get workout by Sterling, Virginia Marines June 2, 2015 — Pfcs. Kyle Snoich and Claire Drew, U.S. Marines from Sterling, Virginia, returned home to share their experiences as recent graduates of Marine Corps recruit training with students of Herndon High School May 19, 2015, in Leesburg, Virginia.               Both Marines were back in town to participate in the recruiter assistance program at Recruiting MORE
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
RS Louisville recruiter earns NAM May 15, 2015 — Sgt. Joseph M. Parvin, production recruiter at Marine Corps Recruiting Sub-Station Florence, Recruiting Station Louisville, 4th Marine Corps District, Eastern Recruiting Region, earned a Navy Marine Corps Achievement Medal for his outstanding performance during the month of March. Maj. Gen. Mark A. Brilakis, commanding general of Marine Corps 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

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