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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Marines Run Nearly 200 Miles For Local Charity May 13, 2004 — “Most Marines run three days a week … not three days straight!” These are words from Sgt. David Watson, supply clerk, Recruiting Station Harrisburg, Pa., after spending 72 hours running the ‘Pennsylvania Traverse 2.’ The Pennsylvania Traverse 2 is an event where 10 Marines, split in to five teams, two Marines on each and attempt to run a relay of MORE
Recruiter leaves troubled life to help those headed for trouble May 10, 2004 — Growing up in the mean streets of Miami often leaves teens with few options. Add on a lackadaisical approach to school and an utter disrespect for public law and the result is an almost certain trip to a juvenile correctional facility.  For one recruiter assigned to Permanent Contact Station Marion, N.C., a life behind bars could have very well MORE
New York Female Poolees Are Taken To New Heights May 7, 2004 — The Armory Track and Field Center in Manhattan recently hosted Recruiting Station New York’s quarterly female delayed entry program pool function providing a unique environment for nurturing the mind, body and spirit of 40 future Marines.  The poolees from Recruiting Station New York studied pictures   of women athletes from the past as Shelly MORE
Married To The Bag May 7, 2004 — Within 1st  Marine Corps District there are more than 298 married canvassing recruiters. Without sacrificing mission, how can the sacrament of marriage and quality of life be enhanced during these hard times? According to Navy Chaplain Ronald R. Ringo, director of the Chaplains Religious Education Development Operation, Marine Corps Base Camp MORE
Marion recruiter leaves troubled life behind, gives back to community May 5, 2004 — Growing up in the mean streets of Miami often leaves teens with little options. Add on a lackadaisical approach to school and an utter disrespect for public law and the result is an almost certain trip to a juvenile correctional facility.  For one recruiter assigned to Permanent Contact Station Marion, N.C., a life behind bars could have very well MORE
Marine Receives Chancellors Award May 4, 2004 — Staff Sgt. Christian J Kapey, fiscal chief / supply administration chief, 2nd Battalion, 25th Marine Regiment, 4th Marine Division, was recently awarded the State University of New York Chancellor’s Award for Student Excellence. The award ceremony was held at the Empire State Plaza Convention Center, Albany, N.Y. where Kapey, a Syosset, N.Y. MORE
Fat Albert jets through the South May 4, 2004 — Blue and gold F/A-18 Hornets roared through the skies over awestruck crowds at the first air show at Naval Air Station Meridian, Miss., April 16-18. The Blue Angels are one of the most widely recognized military flight demonstration teams in the world, but while the Navy boasts ownership of the team, several Marines play a pivotal role in each of MORE
Florida recruiter uses life experiences to find America's finest May 4, 2004 — On the streets of the Commonwealth of Dominica, Elvis K. John-Baptiste grew up noticing there were not too many people who received an education.  His mother a schoolteacher did what she could to help them and her son, but there were many who grew up without it nonetheless. Later, when he was into his high school years, John-Baptiste moved to MORE
RS Springfield Hosts Annual Pool Meet May 1, 2004 — Marines and poolees from Recruiting Station Springfield gathered at Westover Air Reserve Base May 1, for a day-long competition to determine who had the best poolees in the area. Nearly 400 poolees from Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island and Vermont competed in six events, but only one team could win it all. The day's events included MORE

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