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RS Charleston Marine retires after 30 years of service August 06, 2014 — Surrounded by friends, family members and fellow Marines from Recruiting Station Charleston, Master Gunnery Sgt. Dean L. Bowers, a career recruiter, retired during a ceremony held at the West Virginia State Capitol Complex in Charleston July 25. Bowers began his Marine Corps journey after enlisting in October 1983. He had considered joining the MORE
4th Marine Corps District hosts change of command July 11, 2014 — Col. Terence D. Trenchard relinquished command of the 4th Marine Corps District to Col. John A. Bolt during a change of command ceremony at the Defense Distribution Center Susquehanna in New Cumberland, Pa., July 10.A change of command ceremony is used when one commanding officer is due to be replaced by another. The orders telling the two Marine MORE
RS Ricmond’s newest Officer Selection Station completes historic first contract July 11, 2014 — In a historic moment, U.S. Marine Corps Recruiting Station Richmond’s newest Officer Selection Station in Norfolk, Virginia, contracted their first officer candidate July 7.Jamie Gastrich, a 20-year-old native of Richmond, Virginia, became the first officer candidate to sign a contract in the Norfolk, Virginia, officer selection station.“It is MORE
Barberton native loses 100 pounds in hopes of becoming Marine July 02, 2014 — Last spring,  Steven Chaney walked into a Marine Corps recruiting office and said that he wanted to be a Marine. Standing 6 feet 4 inches tall and weighing 355 pounds, it would be easy to assume that the recruiters would not take him seriously. They did however, and helped him begin a journey that would change his life forever.Chaney, a native of MORE
Marine completes four-year odyssey to join Marine Corps July 02, 2014 — Pvt. Katherine L. Palacio’s love for the Marine Corps is infections. With every word and action she has proven herself loyal to the Corps’ core values of honor, courage and commitment, and has shown her unending perseverance.For the past four years, Palacio has fought for her place among the few, the proud, and she has finally earned it. On June 6, MORE
Huntsville Marine takes reigns at Recruiting Station Louisville July 02, 2014 — After capping off a successful tour in one of the Marine Corps’ most demanding duties, Maj. Scott Stephan relinquished his post as commanding officer of Recruiting Station Louisville, 4th Marine Corps District, to incoming commanding officer, Maj. Donald Hotchkiss, in a change of command ceremony held at the Kentucky Derby Museum at Churchill Downs MORE
Marines conduct leadership seminar with Parkersburg HS Football Team June 25, 2014 — The Parkersburg High School football team, known as “The Big Reds” received a boost after they received a visit from the Marines during a leadership seminar conducted June 20 at Parkersburg High School in Parkersburg, West Virginia.           The seminar, conducted by Marines from Recruiting Station Charleston, consisted of a morning classroom MORE
North Carolina Marine walks with his high school graduating class after finishing school early June 20, 2014 — “Andrew Dwayne Morris,” said the speaker as Pvt. Andrew D. Morris walked across the stage to receive his high school diploma. Once he crossed the stage, he removed his navy blue cap and gown to reveal his dress blue bravo uniform. The crowd erupted into applause to show support for the Southwest High School graduate who worked tirelessly to MORE
Major Megan McClung Leadership Award presented to former Parris Island drill instructor June 19, 2014 — More than 1,500 military women gathered at the only event in the United States dedicated to providing service women with professional development through networking, education, and mentorship from all five Armed Services during the Sea Service Leadership Association’s annual Joint Leadership Symposium in Norfolk, Va. June 12.During the symposium, MORE
Michigan, Ohio Marine poolees, recruiters team build during annual pool function June 04, 2014 — More than 350 Recruiting Station Detroit Marines and poolees from across the 14,000-square miles of southeastern Michigan and western Ohio participated in an annual pool function at Lake Erie Metropark May 3. For poolees this was an opportunity to put their physical and mental strength to the test and build camaraderie within their recruiting MORE

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