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Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va.

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Marines Honor Former CMC and Corps Legend November 10, 2001 — Marines from the 1st Marine Corps District gathered on the 226th Anniversary of the Marine Corps to pay homage to a former Commandant and a Corps legend. About a block away from the wreckage at the World Trade Center in downtown Manhattan sits Trinity Church and the gravesite of Lt. Col. Franklin Wharton.  Wharton served as third Commandant of the MORE
RS Twin Cities Brings Past, Future Together;;Last Iwo Jima Flag Raising Veteran remembered and honored by Marines; November 9, 2001 — Marines of recruiting Station Twin Cities honored one of their own in celebration of the Marine Corps' 226th birthday. Not since the four-day battle of Iwo Jima had Charles W. Lindberg seen so many Marines?at least that's what it seemed like inside his small home. This day however, the invasion was on his house and came in the form of bright MORE
CMC, Giuliani Honor Corps' B'Day, Fallen Marines November 9, 2001 — Broadway is known for its bright lights and theater district, but on Nov. 9, the biggest show in town came courtesy of the United States Marine Corps when Marines from the 1st Marine Corps District and 2nd Battalion, 25th Marines celebrated the Corps' 226th birthday during a ceremony at the famed Times Square recruiting booth. On hand for the event MORE
Extreme fan wins a new skateboard at Summer X Games August 18, 2001 — A Boothwyn, Penn., native acquired a rather unique souvenir from the U.S. Marine Corps today while attending the Summer X Games in Philadelphia. Anthony Toscano, a 19-year-old electrician, won a brand new Marine Corps skateboard while participating in the Marine Corps' 'Chin-up Challenge.' "I just wanted to see how many pull-ups I could do, and I MORE
New York village pays tribute to Vietnam hero July 7, 2001 — "Looking through my desk log for Feb. 16, 1968, I expected to find some extraordinary event - some connection I could talk about," said Martin Luster, New York State Assemblyman for the 125th District. "I found nothing extraordinary. Who would have thought 33 years later I'd be talking about a man who - just a few years younger than I - committed MORE
Youth Learn Politics and Marine Corps Discipline July 3, 2001 — "Sir, yes, sir!"  These are the words you might hear at Marine Corps boot camp, but you would never expect to hear them echo across the campus of the State University of New York Agricultural and Technical College here.  But for six days in June that's exactly what happened as more than 1,100 male high school juniors participated in the 2001 MORE
Gridiron "stars" honored by Marines June 30, 2001 — Marines from the 1st Marine Corps District in Garden City, New York, honored two local high school football "stars" June 30 at the Outback Steakhouse Empire Challenge - New York City verses Long Island All-Star Football Game held at Hofstra University Stadium before a crowd of more than 11,000 fans.Eddie Gordan, Freeport High School and line backer MORE
Marine PSA Hits Target Audience in Times Square May 30, 2001 — In Times Square, advertisers flock to billboard and television companies to market their company or products.  Some people refer to Times Square as the "Mecca" of the advertising industry.  Well-established companies advertise in Times Square for the simple reason of the amount of people that travel through New York City each year.  In fact, in MORE
MCRC Welcomes New CG May 25, 2001 — The Marine Corps Recruiting Command welcomed a new commanding general during a Change of Command ceremony here, at the historic Harry Lee Hall, May 22, 2001. Lieutenant General Garry L. Parks relinquished command to Maj. Gen. Jerry D. Humble during a ceremony attended by the Commandant of the Marine Corps, Gen. James L. Jones, and nearly 200 MORE
Boys Scouts and Marines need volunteers May 9, 2001 — The Marine Corps is seeking 50 volunteers to participate in the Quadrennial National Boy Scout Jamboree July 23 through August 1, 2001 at Fort A.P. Hill, Va. More than 40,000 scouts from the United States and 15 foreign countries are expected to attend the national event. Officer and enlisted Marines are being requested to fill positions as event MORE

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