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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Uncommon perseverance, common virtue February 11, 2006 — During these very challenging times recruiting is one of the most difficult missions in the armed forces today. The mission becomes harder with every drop in unemployment and every rise in wages. Gunnery Sgt. Paul Glenn, III, staff noncommissioned officer-in-charge of Recruiting Sub-station Jacksonville, is the only child of Donna and Paul II.  It MORE
MCRD San Diego’s newest Marines graduate Feb. 10 February 10, 2006 — These are America’s newest Marines and their leaders at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego. Company C graduates 284 men today: First Recruit Training Battalion Commanding Officer Lt. Col. B. D. Kerl Sergeant Major Sgt. Maj. A. A. Spadaro Chaplain Lt. Cmdr. E. S. West Battalion Drill Master Staff Sgt. C. C. Krusemark Company C Commanding MORE
Career recruiters help shape future of recruiting force February 4, 2006 — The Marine Corps’ senior career recruiting leadership held the first ever National Career Recruiter Leadership Conference here recently to review the structure, policy and issues impacting the career recruiter force. More than 90 attendees consisting of all the master gunnery sergeants in the 8412 Military Occupation Specialty (MOS), district MORE
Service Co., serves up a win February 3, 2006 — The depot’s Commanding General’s Cup volleyball season continued with Service Company seizing first place in the gold division at the Field House Tuesday. Opening the day, Service Company faced off against the equally-ranked Coast Guard Maritime Safety and Security Team with a record of three wins and one loss. The first match proved to be MORE
MCRD San Diego’s newest Marines graduate Feb. 3 February 3, 2006 — These are America’s newest Marines and their leaders at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego. Company K graduates 389 men today: Third Recruit Training Battalion Commanding Officer Lt. Col. R. W. Gates Chaplain Lt. F. P. Munoz Sergeant Major Sgt. Maj. S. B. Mearkle Battalion Drill Master Gunnery Sgt. I. T. Ramirez Company K Commanding Officer MORE
Recruits receive warm welcome, new 'do' February 3, 2006 — One hundred recruits anxiously stood in four lines waiting for the arrival of 20 others before receiving passage to Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego to begin their training. The new recruits began their journey at the San Diego International Airport at Lindberg Field in the United Services Organization, where they waited for a bus to boot camp. MORE

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