Marine Corps Recruiting Command


Marine Corps Recruiting Command

Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va.

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

Archive: December 2010

New video shows off what NROTC has to offer December 29, 2010 — Marine Corps Recruiting Command released “Graduate a Leader of Warriors,” a video detailing the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps scholarship, as well as the experiences of college students currently attending school through the program Dec. 16. Two versions of the video have been made. An eight minute version will be shown to high school MORE
Recruiting new officers presents unique challenges December 21, 2010 — Recruiting in any environment can be challenging. That is especially true if the applicant must meet the highest standards set by the Marine Corps, those of the Marine Corps officer.Officer selection officers, or OSOs, work in a different environment than their enlisted recruiting counterparts. Their mission requirement is smaller, but it presents MORE
Award night recognizes officer selection officers December 17, 2010 — Officer selection officers, or OSOs, gathered from recruiting stations across the United States for the National Officer Selection Officer conference, held here  Dec. 13 through Dec. 17. One of the prime events of the week took place on the first night, where the OSOs were recognized for their hard work during the year with an awards dinner.The MORE
Warrant officer program seeks the best from the enlisted ranks December 16, 2010 — Every year, hundreds of enlisted Marines join the officer ranks through the warrant officer program. Warrant officers are sought for their physical, technical and mental capabilities, according to Chief Warrant Officer 3 David L. Pearson Jr., financial management resource officer, Marine Corps Recruiting Command. Those who make the move to warrant MORE
New recruiting method may help Marine recruiters December 15, 2010 — Enhanced area canvassing has been an important tool in Marine recruiting for many years, but recent changes to this practice may make recruiters’ efforts far more effective in drawing potential applicants. The typical event model for Marine recruiting is a pull-up challenge for prizes covered in Marines’ branding. This is an attractive venture to MORE