Marine Corps Recruiting Command


Marine Corps Recruiting Command

Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va.

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

Archive: August 2011

More Active-Reserve billets open for Marines August 31, 2011 — With more and more Marines opting to remain in the Corps, the reenlistment process is becoming increasingly competitive.  Marine Corps Recruiting Command’s Active-Reserve Program offers Marines another chance to stay in and experience a side of the Corps that many don’t know exists. Though the primary purpose of AR Marines is to support the MORE
MCRC wraps up Prior Service Enlistment mission August 26, 2011 — Former Marines looking to return to active duty will have to wait until January, 2012. The Marine Corps Recruiting Command recently concluded its Fiscal Year 2011 Prior Service Enlistment Program re-accession process.“Marine Corps Recruiting Command brought back 14 former Marines who once again want to serve in the nation’s finest fighting force,” MORE
Marines, football team train in high altitude August 9, 2011 — The sound of military style cadences could be heard echoing through Targhee National Forest, as five Marines from Recruiting Station Salt Lake City and the Recruiting Substation Twin Falls, Idaho, led 54 high school students through a grueling training camp there. The Marines joined football players from Highland High School in Pocatello, Idaho, MORE
Marines search for A Few Good Lawyers in Minneapolis August 8, 2011 — Marine judge advocates and the local officer selection officer attended the National Black Prosecutors Association's annual conference and job fair July 26, here. In line with the Commandant of the Marine Corps’ planning guidance, Marine Corps Recruiting Command remains focused on its mission to access officers representative of the face of the MORE
Hornell, N.Y., Marine recruit thwarts getaway August 4, 2011 — Dylan Knights, a member of the U.S. Marine Corps’ delayed entry program, assisted authorities in foiling the getaway of a perpetrator Aug. 4.Members of the Geneseo Police Department attempted to stop 27-year-old Thomas Sheflin after complaints from commuters that he was forcing cars off the road at speeds of 90 to 100 mph.Sheflin fled from the MORE