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Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va.

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Marines Celebrate 227th Birthday at Drumthwacket November 10, 2002 — Marines from Recruiting Station New Jersey celebrated the 227th Marine Corps Birthday with the governor of the Garden State Nov. 10 at the Governor's Mansion here. Governor James E. McGreevey invited Marines from the New Jersey recruiting station to commemorate the Marine Corps anniversary at Drumthwacket with the guest of honor, 14th Sergeant MORE
Leathernecks Taking Care of Their Own November 10, 2002 — Marines take care of their own.  It's a tradition of the Corps that is taught from the very beginning of a person's introduction into the world's finest fighting force.  On Nov. 10 at Mt. Sinai Hospital here, the tradition of Marines taking care of Marines continued when Leathernecks from the 1st Marine Corps District visited Col. Richard Christie MORE
Marines.com gets new look November 9, 2002 — On October 31, 2002 the Marine Corps launched an updated version of the Marines.com website. Marines.com is the website established by Marine Corps Recruiting Command to inform young men and women about the opportunities available to them in the Corps. "We revamped the site to make it more user friendly and give it a modern look," said Capt. Robert MORE
President's Own gives new sound to Manchester High School November 7, 2002 — A feeling of excitement filled the air and was carried through the school's halls by the beautiful sounds of music.  For nearly two months, students and staff waited in anxious anticipation to see one of the greatest musical performance bands in the world -- The President's Own United States Marine Band. Four hours prior to the Nov. 6 performance, MORE
Dr. Jeckyll -- Mr. Hyde Journalist becomes DI November 1, 2002 — The job of a drill instructor does not consist of a lot of smiling and shaking hands. Drill instructors are trained to be able to maintain an intimidating and unfriendly persona. For Sgt. Jerry L. Wright Jr., drill instructor, Platoon 2111, Co. F, becoming a drill instructor meant doing almost the exact opposite of what he was originally trained MORE

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