Marine Corps Recruiting Command

 

Marine Corps Recruiting Command

Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va.

3280 Russell Road, 2nd Floor Quantico, Va. 22134
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SFO takes advantage of MEOP Workshop for first time April 1, 2003 — In the world of Marine Corps recruiting there are many terms used in everyday business that, unless you are a Marine currently on or having been on recruiting duty you may get lost in the jargon. One such is MEOP. What is it and what does it mean to recruiting?  To one particular Marine recruiter, MEOP is what he lives and breaths. GySgt. Stephen MORE
Teens put themselves to the test for RS SDO's Crucible Challenge April 1, 2003 — Recruiting Station San Diego hosted 256 high school students on the first-ever "Crucible Challenge" at Weapons and Field Training Battalion, Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Calif. The event was created to heighten awareness throughout RS San Diego's area of responsibility, as well as attract students with a higher propensity to enlist. The event MORE
Poolees preview Corps with help of 13th MEU April 1, 2003 — During the 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit's training in an Urban Environment Exercise at March Air Reserve Base, Calif., the "Fighting 13th" Marines interacted with more than 100 prospective Marines currently enrolled in the Delayed Entry Program (DEP) from Recruiting Stations San Diego and Orange during "Poolee Day", March 30. The DEP is a program MORE
Las Vegas recruiters take over schools April 1, 2003 — Recruiters face constant barriers when trying to recruit highly qualified young men and women.  Whether it's the teacher, parent or friend; there seems to always be a naysayer in all that recruiters strive to achieve with the youth of America.  Much of this added weight could be contributed to the many misconceptions and stereotypes about the MORE
How it feels on the front lines April 1, 2003 — Military family members who have never served in the midst of combat may wonder how their loved ones on the front-lines are able to cope during such stressful times.  Although each individual situation is different, there are some things that remain the same for all Marines. To help relate some of the emotions Marines may currently be experiencing MORE

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