Marine Corps Recruiting Command

 

Marine Corps Recruiting Command

Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va.

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

Archive: October 2010


Recruiting Command debuts new advertising campaign October 28, 2010 — The Marine Corps Recruiting Command debuts a new public service advertising campaign, "For Us All", today. The campaign will show America the purpose of service as a Marine; to defend our Nation's freedom and the American way of life. "For Us All" is intended to raise awareness about the Marine Corps as a service to the nation and will convey the MORE
Secretary of the Navy presents award to MCRC October 22, 2010 — On behalf of the Secretary of the Navy, the Commanding General of Marine Corps Recruiting Command, Maj. Gen. Robert E. Milstead Jr., presented the members of his command with a Navy Unit Commendation Oct. 22 for exceptional meritorious service during fiscal years 2007 through 2009.Maj. Gen. Milstead announced the award to the leaders of the command MORE
Fiscal year 2010 recruiting numbers achieved October 22, 2010 — Marine Corps Recruiting Command surpassed its recruiting goals for fiscal year 2010 by enlisting 33,887 Marines and accessing 1,703 officers. This is the 15th year in a row that the Marine Corps has reached its total force accessions goals. Maj. Gen. Robert E. Milstead Jr., commanding general, Marine Corps Recruiting Command, released the following MORE
Marines get 'connected' through Facebook application October 21, 2010 — On Oct. 5, the Marine Corps Recruiting Command introduced Marine Connect, a new Facebook application which allows Marines, poolees and Marine Corps supporters to network and stay connected.“The Marine Connect application was created to increase the fan base of the Marine Corps’ social networking presence on Facebook, in order to generate positive MORE
Direct Mail delivers message of opportunity October 21, 2010 — The Marine Corps Recruiting Command recently mailed out more than 39,000 pieces of direct mail to minority students who meet  specific academic qualification standards.  The initiative is part of the command’s diversity recruiting effort to increase the number of minority officers.The demographic makeup of the Marine Corps is fairly representative MORE
A Life of Service October 6, 2010 — “Serving your country is a great endeavor, and serving Marines is a privilege,” said Lt. Col. Rex Sappenfield, the Assistant Chief of Staff G-1, Marine Corps Recruiting Command.  Sappenfield has undertaken that endeavor by serving in the Corps for 20 years, beginning as an enlisted infantryman and then as an administrative officer. Sappenfield was MORE

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