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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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RS NY SNCOICs come home to their roots June 7, 2004 — The last place a Marine on recruiting duty in New York City expects to be discussing his pool program is on an obstacle course while being attacked by sand fleas at Parris Island, S.C. However, for Recruiting Station New York Staff NonCommissioned-Officers-in Charge it was a reality for their mid-year planning conference in May. The SNCOICs and MORE
Relay for Life - Marine Style June 5, 2004 — Marines from Recruiting Station Portsmouth participated in the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life of Greater Manchester.  But, like just about everything Marines do, they didn’t do it the “normal” way. The Relay, which began in 1985 in Tacoma, WA, is typically conducted by a team of walkers or runners, each taking turns on a track for a MORE
D-Day is B-Day for Marine Slugger June 3, 2004 — For most Americans, D-Day -- June 6, 1944 -- was the day Allied forces stormed the beaches at Normandy, setting the Allies on a path towards total victory in WWII.  But for one of Recruiting Station Jacksonville's newest Delayed Entry Program (DEP) members, June 6th has an even deeper meaning: he was born on that day -- four times! Jeff Stockton's MORE
Marine Corps JROTC Takes National Title June 3, 2004 — Recently, the Gloucester High School Marine Corps Junior Reserve Officer Training Cadets, Gloucester, Ma., were bestowed with more than 300 awards for their civic and military training accomplishments. In addition to being recognized for devoting thousands of hours towards community service projects, the cadets were individually and collectively MORE
Tenn., brothers continue Marine Corps tradition June 2, 2004 — Many people join the Marine Corps for some well-known, specific reason:  adventure, benefits, or being part of a smart, elite team, but for three brothers in Tennessee, there was more to it – each wanted his own chance at success in the Marine Corps family. The brothers Scott, Jeremy, 22; Jeffrey, 20; and James, 18, of Lebanon began their journey MORE

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