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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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Marines find a "Jackpot of Opportunities" with MAES in Las Vegas October 25, 2012 — Marines from the Marine Corps Recruiting Command descended upon Las Vegas for the 2012 MAES: Latinos in Science and Engineering “Jackpot of Opportunities” Symposium, Oct. 11 – 13, at the Riviera Hotel & Casino. The symposium brought together thousands of professionals and students working in or studying science, technology, engineering and MORE
Marines, Junior Rank begin the 2013 Semper Fi Bowl selection tour September 26, 2012 — The Marine Corps and Junior Rank kicked off the 2013 Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl selection tour during a press conference at the Home Depot Center, Sept. 22. Buhach Colony High School offensive tackle, Aaron Cochran, became the first player to receive his official game jersey.The second annual Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl, scheduled to be MORE
High school students brave Marine officer training in inaugural leadership camp August 11, 2012 — Fifty-six high school students from around the country gathered here for the Marine Corps’ first Summer Leadership and Character Development Academy, Aug. 6-10. The SLCDA is designed to teach the students valuable leadership skills through instruction from experienced Marine officers. “We’re spreading the word about Marine Corps leadership, MORE
Marines announce date and location of 2nd Annual Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl August 3, 2012 — The Marine Corps Recruiting Command (MCRC) is pleased to announce the date and location of the 2013 Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl. This nationally televised bowl, featuring the nation’s best and brightest high school football players, will take place at the Home Depot Center in Carson, Calif., at 6:00 p.m. (PST) on Jan. 4, 2013.The main MORE
Marines connect with law community at NBPA conference August 2, 2012 —  Marine Corps Recruiting Command personnel attended the 2012 National Black Prosecutors Association’s annual conference and job fair at the Roosevelt Hotel here, July 31. The objective was to establish relationships with public and private sector law professionals and to prospect for potential Marine judge advocates among the law students MORE
Marine Corps Recruiting Command, JWT partnership turns 65 years old July 13, 2012 — In July 1947, the Marine Corps began a partnership with the advertising agency JWT. In the 65 years since, JWT has played a crucial role in developing the positive brand awareness that contributes to the successful attainment of Marine Corps Recruiting Command’s annual accession mission. As the contracted advertising agency of MCRC, JWT is MORE
Marines celebrate 83 years with League of United Latin American Citizens July 3, 2012 — In order to help broaden the Marine Corps’ base of support and spread its message of opportunity, Marines from across the country descended upon the League of United Latin American Citizens’ 83rd annual National Convention and Exposition, June 25-30. With Marine Corps Recruiting Command’s continued focus on increasing the diversity of the Corps, MORE
Marines partner with the National Association of Black Journalists July 3, 2012 — Journalism is a challenging profession that requires a level of technicalpolish, which can take years to attain. An early start in those technicalaspects can separate the good journalists from the great ones. Alongsideacademe and industry professionals, the United States Marine Corps helped agroup of New Orleans youth achieve that early start June MORE
Marine Recruiting Contributes to U.S., Korean Relationship June 12, 2012 — The 1953 Mutual Defense Treaty allied the United States with the Republic of Korea. In the 59 years between then and now, the United States Marine Corps has contributed to the continued growth of this relationship, both in battle and during peacetime operations. Marine Corps Recruiting Command impacted this alliance in a unique way, here, June MORE
Champion wrestler finds the challenge he's looking for in the Corps June 8, 2012 — Just ask any Marine and they’ll tell you, the Marine Corps is the toughest, most prestigious fighting force the world has ever known. It’s that reputation that attracted champion wrestler and Columbia Station, Ohio native Staff Sgt. Jesse Clark to enlist 12 years ago. “I knew I couldn’t live with myself unless I joined the toughest branch,” said MORE

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