Marine Corps Recruiting Command


Marine Corps Recruiting Command

Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va.

3280 Russell Road, 2nd Floor Quantico, Va. 22134
Unit News

November, 2007

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Hard work, dedication pay off;Marine earns diploma nearly sixty years in making November 27, 2007 — Most of today’s high schoolers remember where they were when word of the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon flooded the radio and television.  More than 60 years ago, another surprise attack on Pearl Harbor captured America’s attention and one former Marine gave up completing school to serve his country.  For his service to the MORE
From dog house to Devil Dog - Marine leaves life on street for future in Corps November 27, 2007 — MORE
First Salute November 27, 2007 — (The following letter was submitted by Mr. Rick Klusmann to the Commanding Officer of Recruiting Station Cleveland on November 5th, 2002.  His letter serves to reinforce the special brotherhood we share as Marines while exemplifying our Corps Values of honor, courage and commitment.  His son, 2ndLt. Brad Klusmann, is currently attending The Basic MORE
FEW recognizes Corpsand 39; senior Hispanic female.aspx November 27, 2007 — MORE
Fair promotes education, employment November 27, 2007 — The depot hosted its semiannual free Career and Education Fair Feb. 2 at the field house for both service members and civilians. The event featured more than 80 different associations, schools and businesses, to help inform depot staff about educational and employment opportunities available. James Brooks, career resource specialist, and Sam MORE
Dream Come True November 27, 2007 — The number one reason I would give someone if they asked why I want to become a Marine is this: Pride and Respect. Becoming a Marine to me is the second most important thing next to my faith. It is something I have dreamed about for a long time. It is hard to be a young adult and try to make it on your own; usually you will end up depending on MORE
Depot's annual rifle, pistol shooting competition concludes November 27, 2007 — The 2005 Depot Competition in Arms Program ended Feb. 11 after two weeks of competition at Weapons and Field Training Battalion's Edson Range, Camp Pendleton, Calif. Depot Marines were divided into unit teams of 12 and sent to Range Company on Edson Range to compete against each other in the DCIAP for trophies and a chance to elevate to Western MORE
Depot helps develop DoD's future executive leaders November 27, 2007 — D.J. Duarte, facilitator and strategy planner, Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, completes the Bayonet Assault Course here Tuesday as part of the Executive Leadership Development Program, an interactive means for civilian Department of Defense employees to experience the military. ELDP visits the depot annually for an overview of recruit MORE
Depot personnel join for prayer November 27, 2007 — Depot personnel congregated at Duncan Hall for the observance of the National Prayer Breakfast Feb. 15. The observance on military installations and in communities across the nation is an extension of the National Prayer Breakfast held in Washington, D.C. every year. The depot celebration began with music from a Navy Band Southwest quartet. Navy MORE
Co. M grad overcame month in sick bay November 27, 2007 — When Ian was 8 years old, his cousin attended the U.S. Naval Academy. His cousin, now a captain in the Marine Corps, gave Ian posters, showing him how tough of a challenge it is to become a Marine. "From that time on, Ian wanted to be a Marine because the Marines are the toughest and the best," said his mother Linda Parkinson. "We suggested college MORE

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