Marine Corps Recruiting Command

 

Marine Corps Recruiting Command

Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va.

3280 Russell Road, 2nd Floor Quantico, Va. 22134
Unit News
Marine Corps Recruiting Command helps to celebrate diversity April 27, 2006 — Several of the Corps senior officers gathered with national and international leaders of the Hispanic community at the Library of Congress April 27, for a reception celebrating the release of the 2006 Hispanic Yearbook. This year the Hispanic Yearbook, published by TIYM Publishing Company, Inc., celebrated a 20-year milestone of providing an annual MORE
Marine Corps celebrates diversity in ranks April 11, 2006 — More than a dozen Marines, including two of the Corps’ senior-ranking African Americans, attended a reception for the release of the 2006 TIYM African American Yearbook at the Library of Congress April 6. This is the Corps’ sixth year advertising in the publication, which provides a wide range of resource and referral information about the African MORE
New Marine gave up home, lived in truck for choosing to serve April 7, 2006 — Sometimes he went to the recreation center nearby to take showers, but if he didn’t get off work in time, it was bath time in a local river. Pvt. Bryan A. Smith, Platoon 3075, knew the military would play a role in his life but he never expected it would leave him in the back of a pick-up with his cousin. Arguments at home about his decision MORE
MCRD San Diego’s newest Marines graduate April 7 April 7, 2006 — 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 I Commanding Officer Capt. J. P. Connolly Company First Sergeant 1st Sgt. R. A. Young Company Corpsmen Seaman L. C. Leyba Petty Officer 3rd Class MORE
RS New Jersey hosts inaugural Service to America Day April 1, 2006 — Two helicopters circled the area before landing on the baseball diamond. Once the dust from the AH-1 Super Cobra and the UH-1 Huey cleared, a convoy of camouflaged tactical vehicles rolled in … then came the Marines with their rifles and bayonets. And just like that, the perimeter was surrounded. However, this was no secret operation to gain MORE

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