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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, community are partners in education November 21, 2003 — Physical training builds character, promotes physical fitness and increases unit camaraderie, but it also helps Marines build relationships with San Diego schools. The Partnership in Education program allows Depot Marines to visit schools and participate in local physical education programs. The mission of the program is to provide positive role MORE
It's Miller time at Miramar November 21, 2003 — Dennis Miller stepped onto the stage at the Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, Calif., theater Nov. 14 in Bob Hope fashion as he presented a stand-up comedy show for San Diego service members.  The show was part of the Spirit of America Tour, founded by Robert M. Rosenthal, a former service member. Marines, sailors and civilian guests from the San MORE
Suited for Celebration - Depot Marines recall and recommit as Corps marks 228 years November 14, 2003 — It's that time of year when Marines and former Marines around the world take time to celebrate the birth of the Corps.  It's a time for Marines to don their best uniforms and break out the anodized medals.  It's a time for cake-cutting ceremonies, for sharing a meal and a slice of birthday cake.  It's a time for raising a glass and toasting the MORE
Recruiting District Commander's Son Joins the Marines November 13, 2003 — Instead of embracing his father, Nathan Foersch now has to salute him.  At least while he's in uniform anyway.  Foersch, 18, has spent his whole life watching his father, Col. Warren Foersch, don a camouflage uniform and defend his country as a United States Marine.  As of Oct. 31, the younger Foersch joined his father's ranks, having graduated MORE
Commandant Rings NYSE Opening Bell November 11, 2003 — GARDEN CITY, NY-  General Michael Hagee, 33rd Commandant of the Marine Corps, rang the opening bell of the New York Stock Exchange in New York City. Prior to the bell ringing Gen. Hagee gave a speech to assembled members from all the services at a luncheon celebrating the 85th anniversary of Veterans Day at the NYSE. Following the remarks from Gen. MORE
Marines raise 50 flags;;Tribute to veterans of all services; November 11, 2003 — More than one hundred U.S. Marines and several members of the U.S. Navy, Air Force and Army raised 50 American flags in tribute to U.S. veterans of all services Nov. 11.  The ceremony marking Veterans Day began at 7:30 a.m. at the Montgomery Campus of the Central Alabama Veterans Health Care System. "We were proud to participate," said Capt Earl H. MORE
TN honors Marines for 228 years of faithful service November 10, 2003 — Marines from the past gathered with today's Marines Nov. 10 during a ceremony in Nashville to honor the Corps' 228th Birthday.  While other Marines around the globe were celebrating their heritage and culture, the state of Tennessee was honoring the Marine Corps through the Marines of Recruiting Station Nashville. In a morning ceremony at downtown MORE
Marine goes from War on Terrorism to making Marines November 7, 2003 — The drill field is worse than a combat environment? According to Sgt. Jason N. Ingle, drill instructor, Platoon 2021, Company H, the answer to that question is yes. While Ingle says his combat experience during Operation Enduring Freedom was fairly tame, the uphill battle he has endured in his first four cycles on the drill field has finally begun MORE
Team Marines takes fourth win of season November 3, 2003 — It was going to take a lot more than rain to stop Bobby Hamilton Jr., driver of the No. 25 Team Marines Ford, and Team Marine Racing, from sailing to his fourth victory of the 2003 NASCAR Busch Series. Hamilton Jr., climbed to within 125 points of the series points leader, Scott Riggs, as he took his team to victory lane in the rain shortened MORE

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