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Marine Corps Recruiting Command

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RS Baltimore Marines help Cold War Marine reconnect to history August 7, 2014 — The Marines at Recruiting Sub-Station Salisbury work over 60 hours every week to recruit highly qualified men and women into the Marine Corps. When they are not out canvassing the local community, looking for future Marines, they are in the office making phone calls, interviewing applicants and processing paperwork. Their office, which is located MORE
Marines conduct leadership seminar with Xenia HS Football Team August 7, 2014 — The Xenia High School football team, known as “The Buccaneers”, are now ready to start their upcoming season after receiving a visit from their local Marine Corps recruiters during a leadership seminar conducted at Xenia High School in Xenia, Ohio, July 31.The seminar, which was led by Marines from Recruiting Station Charleston, consisted of a MORE
RS Richmond Marine retires after 21-year career August 6, 2014 — After more than 21 years of service in the Marine Corps, Gunnery Sgt. Marvin Faulcon retired in a ceremony in Richmond, Virgina, July 25.“His capabilities and tremendous skill affected every one of us in the Recruiting Station,” said Maj. Ryan Gordinier, commanding officer of Recruiting Station Richmond. “He has helped train and mold our MORE
RS Frederick Marines educate leaders, teachers during 2014 Student Success Summit August 6, 2014 — Marines of Recruiting Station Frederick presented career opportunities at the 2014 Student Success Summit in Morgantown, West  Virginia, July 31, in an effort to inform educators about the military careers available and how students can apply the skills they learned while serving in the Marines when they return home.“You earn college credits the MORE
Marines help Ohio, West Virginia All-Star Game find success August 6, 2014 — The rainy weather was not enough to keep the Marines of Recruiting Sub-Station Zanesville from taking part in the festivities during the 69th Annual Rudy Mumley Ohio Valley Athletic Conference All-Star football game July 28.The game features high school standouts from Ohio and West Virginia who fall under the Ohio Valley region.As with most events MORE
Marine trains, teaches New Bern Young Marines August 6, 2014 — The mission of the Young Marines is “to positively impact America’s future by providing quality youth development programs for boys and girls that nurtures and develops its members into responsible citizens who enjoy and promote a healthy, drug-free lifestyle.” Watching Lance Cpl. Kristin N. Toler work with the young men and women of the New Bern, MORE
RS Charleston Marine retires after 30 years of service August 6, 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 2, 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

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