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Marine Corps Recruiting Command

Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va.

3280 Russell Road, 2nd Floor Quantico, Va. 22134
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Teamwork and Basics: Secrets to Recruiting Success March 12, 2001 — More and more women are serving in today's Marine Corps, filling a variety of billets from motor transport to drill instructor. At Recruiting Station New York, one female stands out from the other 48 recruiters who are currently on production. She's the only one.In a command that is about 95 percent male, SSgt. Rhonda Marshall, a canvassing MORE
Hometown Recruiter March 1, 2001 — Eleven years ago, John Hannum Jr. sat in the Atlantic City, N.J. recruiting office and listened to a sales presentation by local Marine recruiter Sgt. Kevin Malone. Today, Hannum works out of the same office as the NCOIC for RSS Atlantic City. Hannum was also recently promoted to his current rank of gunnery sergeant by Malone, now a master sergeant MORE
Blue Angels' Fat Albert Helps Recruiters With Pa. Visit February 21, 2001 — Look! Up in the sky, it's a bird, it's a plane, it's ... Fat Albert? Yes, Fat Albert visited RSS Johnstown, Pa., Feb. 21, but it's not the Fat Albert you're thinking of. This Fat Albert is the aircraft used for transporting supplies and equipment for the world famous Blue Angels Flight Demonstration Squadron. Fat Albert, a TC-130 operated by an MORE
RSS NCOIC Gives Up More Than Long Hours to Succeed February 15, 2001 — Marine recruiters are known to sacrifice a lot for the recruiting effort. Whether it be time with their families, hours of sleep or even meals, each recruiter knows what it takes to get the job done. That's why for one NCOIC, the sacrifices went a little further. Staff Sgt. Eugene Pido, NCOIC for RSS Three Rivers, made a small wager with Staff Sgt. MORE
1st District Celebrate and Honor Black History With Ceremony February 12, 2001 — The Marines at the 1st Marine Corps District and members of the Montford Point Marine Association, Inc., New York Chapter, established a new award to commemorate Black History Month at the district headquarters in Garden City, N.Y, Feb. 12. "We wanted to give this award as a dedication to the memory of the men of Montford Point," said Alexandria MORE
Examples of Honor, Courage, and Commitment February 10, 2001 — Marching smartly to the beat of drums and horns and the cadence of steely-eyed drill instructors across the coal-black parade deck at Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, S.C., a young man and woman from Harlem became Marines Feb. 9. Following three months of physical and mental challenges designed to create professional warriors from the sea MORE
NCOIC Wagers A Friendly Little Bet For Motivation January 16, 2001 — Marine recruiters are known to sacrifice a lot for the recruiting effort. Whether it be time with their families, hours of sleep or even meals, each recruiter knows what it takes to get the job done. That's why for one NCOIC, the sacrifices went a little further. Staff Sgt. Eugene Pido, NCOIC for RSS Three Rivers, made a small wager with Staff Sgt. MORE
Vietnam Vet Visit Inspires Recruiters December 15, 2000 — Recruiters started to feel the pain as the ?FMAM? season started early when the hunt for high school graduates kicked off in full swing. It was perfect timing for a motivational speech for the Marines of RSS South Jersey courtesy of 1stLt. Clebe McClary at a local prayer breakfast in Deptford, N.J. During his tour of duty in Vietnam, McClary MORE
Candidates Tackle O'Course November 22, 2000 — Motivation is the only driving force that pushes individuals to the limit.  Future officers of Marines felt a little of that motivation while running through an obstacle course at SUNY Maritime College recently. More than 24 Officer Selection Applicants ran through the obstacle course for a little pre-training before shipping out to Officer MORE
Corps Welcomes Families at Birthday Celebration November 15, 2000 — During the season people tend to be more aware of making room in their busy schedules to spend quality time with and show appreciation for those they care about ? and the Marines of  Recruiting Substation Elizabeth are no exception. The Marines of this 3-man station and the veterans from the local area recently hosted their annual poolee family MORE

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