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Marine Corps Recruiting Command

Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va.

3280 Russell Road, 2nd Floor Quantico, Va. 22134
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Key influencers see where it all begins for Marine officers July 22, 2011 — The Marine Corps Recruiting Command recently wrapped up its Key Influencers Workshop, which ran here July 18-22. The Key Influencers Workshop provided a week-long look into how the Marine Corps assesses and trains its officers and steps the Corps is taking to increase diversity representation in its officer ranks. Attending the workshop were MORE
Major changes for enlisted to officer programs July 21, 2011 — The Marine Corps Recruiting Command announced today changes to the active duty enlisted to officer commissioning programs.  The announcement message, MARADMIN 415/11, lays out a new process for enlisted Marines applying to become officers and includes the elimination of one of the enlisted commissioning programs. According to Capt. Adam Scott, head MORE
Marines reach out to fellow fraternity brothers July 21, 2011 — At a hotel in downtown Atlanta a crowd of business suit-clad men gather together. In the packed conference room of the hotel, two of these men stand out amongst the rest.The gathering is the Phi Beta Sigma Conclave, an event held every two years for members of arguably one of the most prestigious historically black fraternities.The two men who MORE
Western Recruiting Region educators get an inside look at the Corps July 18, 2011 — MARINE CORPS BASE QUANTICO, Va. -- Marine Corps Recruiting Command hosted the second of two College and University Educators’ Workshops here July 11-14.  The workshop provided staff and faculty from colleges and universities across the Western states an in-depth look at the Marine officer accession and development process and an opportunity to MORE
Marines make grand entrance in Chinatown July 6, 2011 — Marine Corps Recruiting Station New York celebrated the historical grand opening of Permanent Contact Station Chinatown with a ribbon cutting ceremony July 6.The Marines invited key members of the Chinese community to the festivities.To keep with traditions and show respect to the Chinese culture, one of the highlights of the celebration included a MORE
Marine Corps Recruiting Command welcomes new commanding general July 5, 2011 — Marine Corps Recruiting Command welcomed its new commanding general Tuesday after Brig. Gen. Joseph L. Osterman took the reins from Maj. Gen. Ronald L. Bailey during a change of command ceremony at the Clubs at Quantico. Major Gen. Bailey had served as MCRC’s commanding general since Jan. 3, 2011.  Brigadier Gen. Osterman previously served as MORE
Educators attend Marine Corps 101 July 1, 2011 — Marine Corps Recruiting Command hosted the Eastern Recruiting Region College and University Educators’ Workshop here this week. The workshop provided staff and faculty from colleges and universities across the Eastern states an in-depth exposure to the Marine officer accession and development process and an opportunity to develop purposeful MORE

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