Marine Corps Recruiting Command

 

Marine Corps Recruiting Command

Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va.

3280 Russell Road, 2nd Floor Quantico, Va. 22134
Unit News
Fifty Years Later, Remembering Sulliman April 24, 2001 — Korean War veterans and the community of New Britain, Conn. gathered April 24 to honor a local hero. 1st Lt. George "Sully" Sulliman was 24-years-old, a star baseball player, and Yale University graduate serving as a Platoon Leader, Company H, 3rd Battalion, 1st Marines, 1st Marine Division (Reinforced), when he rallied his outnumbered Marines MORE
Band of Brothers April 15, 2001 — The Marine Corps is known as a band of brothers. For the Malfavon family of Escondido, Calif., that phrase has taken on a whole new meaning. Arturo was the first to join and spent eight years as an LAV crewman. Juan has been in for 13 years and is currently a gunnery sergeant and the NCOIC of RSS Jersey City. Jerardo spent four years as a Sea/Air MORE
WHY THE RESERVES? April 13, 2001 — Nearly 33,000 men and women take time out from their ordinary lives to serve at least one weekend per month and two weeks per year as members of the Marine Corps Reserve. For some, the reserves is a means to help pay for college. For others, it is a break from the daily grind of their civilian jobs.Regardless of what they do when not drilling, MORE
Team Rensi Motorsports announces David Donohue will drive the 25 Team Marines Monte Carlo in the Nascar Busch Series April 9, 2001 — Team Rensi Motorsports announces David Donohue will drive the #25 Team Marines Monte Carlo in the Nascar Busch Series. Donohue started the 2001 season as one of two Team Rensi Motorsports Chevrolet Silverado entries in the Nascar Craftsman Truck Series with teammate Randy Tolsma."We are really excited that David will be behind the wheel of the Team MORE
DIs Train Cadets at JROTC Leadership Development Academy April 9, 2001 — "You have 10 ... 9 ... 8 ... 7 ..."  Intense and repetitious phrases like this greeted Marine Corps Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps Cadets the moment they arrived here April 3.  For the next four days, the cadets underwent continuous training that was all part of the First Marine Corps District's Leadership Development Academy. Rappel MORE
JROTC Cadets Develop Leadership Skills Firsthand April 7, 2001 — The First Marine Corps District Cadet Leadership Development Academy 2001 was held here from April 3 - 7. More than 500 Marine Corps Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps Cadets from 17 different high schools throughout the Northeast gathered to learn about teamwork, leadership and fellowship. "Through a common bond of leadership, we brought MORE

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