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Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va.

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Lieutenant Gen. Mark A. Brilakis, Commanding General, Marine Corps Recruiting Command, fired the first round during the opening ceremony at the 54th Interservice Rifle Championship held at the Calvin A. Lloyd Complex, Quantico Va. The competition is hosted by Weapons Training Battalion and is scheduled to run from 24 June to 1 July and includes varoius individual and team competitions. The awards banquet announcing the winners will take place on 1 July at the Clubs at Quantico.
MCRC CG Fires First Round at 54th Interservice Rifle Championship
Lieutenant Gen. Mark A. Brilakis, Commanding General, Marine Corps Recruiting Command, fired the first round during the opening ceremony at the 54th Interservice Rifle Championship held at the Calvin A. Lloyd Complex, Quantico Va., June 24, 2015. The competition is hosted by Weapons Training Battalion and is scheduled to run from 24 June to 1 July. The event includes varoius individual and team competitions. The awards banquet announcing the winners will take place on 1 July at the Clubs at Quantico.
Marine Master Sergeant Christopher Lucio, Marine Corps Recruiting Information Support System (MCRISS) chief, receives the Meritorious Service Medal at Marine Corps Recruiting Command, Quantico, Va., June 15. The Meritorious Service Medal is presented to service members who have distinguished themselves by outstanding meritorious achievement or service to the United States.
Marine Awarded Meritorious Service Medal
Marine Master Sergeant Christopher Lucio, Marine Corps Recruiting Information Support System (MCRISS) chief, receives the Meritorious Service Medal from Lieutenant Gen. Mark A. Brilakis, Marine Corps Recruiting Command (MCRC) commanding general, at MCRC, Quantico, Va., June 15. The Meritorious Service Medal is presented to service members who have distinguished themselves by outstanding meritorious achievement or service to the United States.
Tyler Morgan stands with his Marine Corps recruiter, Staff Sgt. Benjamin Lindsey, after competing in the Minnesota State High School Track and Field Tournament, June 6. Morgan took first place in shot put, and fifth place in discus. He plans on attending Marine Corps recruit training in early September.
Minnesota State Champion to Become United States Marine
Tyler Morgan stands with his Marine Corps recruiter, Staff Sgt. Benjamin Lindsey, after competing in the Minnesota State High School Track and Field Tournament, June 6. Morgan took first place in shot put, and fifth place in discus. He plans on attending Marine Corps recruit training in early September.
Sgt. Cody Leifheit, a Marine recruiter in Lewiston, Idaho, responded to a 19-year-old man hanging himself from a tree outside his house June 7, 2015. Without hesitation, the 28-year-old infantry Marine from Ferndale, Washington climbed up the tree 25 feet and took hold of the man, who wasn’t breathing and lacked a pulse. Leifheit worked to keep him alive until first responders arrived, continuously performing chest compressions as the man faded in and out. Despite spending 48 hours in a coma, the man survived. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Reece Lodder)
Marine recruiter in Idaho saves man’s life after suicide attempt
Sgt. Cody Leifheit, a Marine recruiter in Lewiston, Idaho, responded to a 19-year-old man hanging himself from a tree outside his house June 7, 2015. Without hesitation, the 28-year-old infantry Marine from Ferndale, Washington climbed up the tree 25 feet and took hold of the man, who wasn’t breathing and lacked a pulse. Leifheit worked to keep him alive until first responders arrived, continuously performing chest compressions as the man faded in and out. Despite spending 48 hours in a coma, the man survived. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Reece Lodder)
DESOTO, Texas - SSgt. Warren M. Phipps presents George Rivera a Naval
Reserve Officer Training Corps Scholarship check at Desoto High School.
Selected applicants for the NROTC Scholarship Program are awarded
scholarships through a highly competitive national selection process, and
receive full tuition, books stipend, educational fees and other financial
benefits at many of the country's leading colleges and universities. Phipps
is a recruiter with Recruiting Station Dallas. Rivera is a high school track
and field athlete, slated to attend the University of Houston in the fall.
(U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Daniel E. Valle)
Desoto High School Student Receives NROTC Scholarship
DESOTO, Texas - SSgt. Warren M. Phipps presents George Rivera a Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps Scholarship check at Desoto High School. Selected applicants for the NROTC Scholarship Program are awarded scholarships through a highly competitive national selection process, and receive full tuition, books stipend, educational fees and other financial benefits at many of the country's leading colleges and universities. Phipps is a recruiter with Recruiting Station Dallas. Rivera is a high school track and field athlete, slated to attend the University of Houston in the fall. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Daniel E. Valle)
Sgt. Timothy Clark presents Chauncey Buckley with a Naval Reserve Officer
Training Corps Scholarship check during an awards ceremony at Ennis High
School. Selected applicants for the NROTC Scholarship Program are awarded
through a highly competitive national selection process, and receive full
tuition, books stipend, educational fees and other financial benefits at
many of the country's leading colleges and universities. Buckley will be
attending Notre Dame in the Fall. Clark is a recruiter with Recruiting
Station Dallas. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Sgt Daniel E. Valle)
Ennis High School Student Receives NROTC Scholarship
Sgt. Timothy Clark presents Chauncey Buckley with a Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps Scholarship check during an awards ceremony at Ennis High School. Selected applicants for the NROTC Scholarship Program are awarded through a highly competitive national selection process, and receive full tuition, books stipend, educational fees and other financial benefits at many of the country's leading colleges and universities. Buckley will be attending Notre Dame in the Fall. Clark is a recruiter with Recruiting Station Dallas. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Sgt Daniel E. Valle)
Staff Sgt. Matthew Albright presents Georgia France with a Naval Reserve
Officer Training Corps Scholarship check May 31. Selected applicants for the
NROTC Scholarship Program are awarded through a highly competitive national
selection process, and receive full tuition, books stipend, educational fees
and other financial benefits at many of the country's leading colleges and
universities. France will be attending Louisiana State University next fall.
Albright is a recruiter with Recruiting Station Dallas. (U.S. Marine Corps
photo by Sgt. Daniel E. Valle)
Emory Native Receives NROTC Scholarship
Staff Sgt. Matthew Albright presents Georgia France with a Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps Scholarship check May 31. Selected applicants for the NROTC Scholarship Program are awarded through a highly competitive national selection process, and receive full tuition, books stipend, educational fees and other financial benefits at many of the country's leading colleges and universities. France will be attending Louisiana State University next fall. Albright is a recruiter with Recruiting Station Dallas. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Daniel E. Valle)
JROTC students recreate the flag raising on Mount Suribachi as part of their float during the 2015 Chicago Memorial Day Parade May 23, 2015. The annual parade is considered one of the largest in the nation and attracts thousands of visitors each year to remember those who have paid the ultimate sacrifice for American freedom.
Memorial Day 2015
JROTC students recreate the flag raising on Mount Suribachi as part of their float during the 2015 Chicago Memorial Day Parade May 23, 2015. The annual parade is considered one of the largest in the nation and attracts thousands of visitors each year to remember those who have paid the ultimate sacrifice for American freedom.
Sergeant Nate Carberry, combat correspondent, Marine Corps Recruiting Command, shakes hands with Col. Robert Golden, Chief of Staff, MCRC, as he is awarded the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal May 20, 2015, for his outstanding efforts in supporting MCRC during his time here. Carberry oversaw and produced over four hundred public affairs products including print stories, photos and videos. He has recently graduated the basic recruiter course and will be moving on to recruit out of Delaware.
MCRC Marine Awarded NAM
Sergeant Nate Carberry, combat correspondent, Marine Corps Recruiting Command, shakes hands with Col. Robert Golden, Chief of Staff, MCRC, as he is awarded the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal May 20, 2015, for his outstanding efforts in supporting MCRC during his time here. Carberry oversaw and produced over four hundred public affairs products including print stories, photos and videos. He has recently graduated the basic recruiter course and will be moving on to recruit out of Delaware.
Arizona Marines recognize Danielle Dawson, center left, a senior at Desert Vista High School in Phoenix, and Savannah Cunningham, a senior at Horizon Honors High School in Phoenix, for each accepting the selective Marine Corps Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps [NROTC] Scholarship during a presentation at the Tempe Center For the Arts in Tempe, Ariz. May 11, 2015. Dawson and Cunningham each won the scholarship based on their commitments to the classroom, their community, and physical fitness. “I was actually getting ready for a ballet performance when I got the phone call about receiving this scholarship,” said Dawson. “It was exhilarating, I was speechless – nobody would think of a ballerina being on her way to becoming a Marine Corps officer.” Cunningham, on receiving the scholarship said, “I’m not doing it just to be in the military, I’m doing it because I want to earn the title Marine.” Cunningham, a multi-sport athlete, added, “I’ve been in leadership positions throughout my life, now I want the opportunity to learn to do it in the best branch of military in the world.” Dawson and Cunningham will both be studying at Arizona State University. For more information about the Marine Corps NROTC scholarship program, visit <a href="http://www.marines.com/becoming-a-marine/commissioning-programs/four-year-colleges/nrotc">http://bit.ly/MarineCorpsOfficer</a>. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Tyler J. Bolken)
Phoenix standouts vow to be future female Marines, Sun Devils
Arizona Marines recognize Danielle Dawson, center left, a senior at Desert Vista High School in Phoenix, and Savannah Cunningham, a senior at Horizon Honors High School in Phoenix, for each accepting the selective Marine Corps Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps [NROTC] Scholarship during a presentation at the Tempe Center For the Arts in Tempe, Ariz. May 11, 2015. Dawson and Cunningham each won the scholarship based on their commitments to the classroom, their community, and physical fitness. “I was actually getting ready for a ballet performance when I got the phone call about receiving this scholarship,” said Dawson. “It was exhilarating, I was speechless – nobody would think of a ballerina being on her way to becoming a Marine Corps officer.” Cunningham, on receiving the scholarship said, “I’m not doing it just to be in the military, I’m doing it because I want to earn the title Marine.” Cunningham, a multi-sport athlete, added, “I’ve been in leadership positions throughout my life, now I want the opportunity to learn to do it in the best branch of military in the world.” Dawson and Cunningham will both be studying at Arizona State University. For more information about the Marine Corps NROTC scholarship program, visit <a href="http://www.marines.com/becoming-a-marine/commissioning-programs/four-year-colleges/nrotc">http://bit.ly/MarineCorpsOfficer</a>. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Tyler J. Bolken)
Marines from Marine Corps Recruiting Command pose in front of the Commandants home during their visit to Marine Barracks Washington May 13. Marines took a tour of the facility and learned about the history behind the historic barracks.
Marine Corps Recruiting Command Visits Marine Barracks Washington
Marines from Marine Corps Recruiting Command pose in front of the Commandants home during their visit to Marine Barracks Washington May 13. Marines took a tour of the facility and learned about the history behind the historic barracks.
DALLAS - Chief Warrant Officer 3 Adrian Cortez presents Cpl. Xavier F.
Cortez, his son, with a Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps Scholarship
check at Recruiting Station Dallas Headquarters May 14. Selected applicants
for the NROTC Scholarship Program are awarded through a highly competitive
national selection process, and receive full tuition, books stipend,
educational fees and other financial benefits at many of the country's
leading colleges and universities. Cpl. Cortez will be attending Oklahoma
University next fall. CWO3 Cortez is the operations officer of Recruiting
Station Dallas. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Daniel E. Valle)
Marine Awarded NROTC Scholarship
DALLAS - Chief Warrant Officer 3 Adrian Cortez presents Cpl. Xavier F. Cortez, his son, with a Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps Scholarship check at Recruiting Station Dallas Headquarters May 14. Selected applicants for the NROTC Scholarship Program are awarded through a highly competitive national selection process, and receive full tuition, books stipend, educational fees and other financial benefits at many of the country's leading colleges and universities. Cpl. Cortez will be attending Oklahoma University next fall. CWO3 Cortez is the operations officer of Recruiting Station Dallas. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Daniel E. Valle)
CEDAR HILL, Texas - Staff Sgt. Warren M. Phipps presents Richard Moore with
a certificate of appreciation for his participation in the 2015 Semper
Fidelis All-American Bowl. Moore and 90 other student-athletes from across
the country were selected for the bowl game for being among the top-rated
high school football players in the nation and based on their character,
academic performance and leadership. Phipps is a canvassing recruiter with
Recruiting Substation Dallas South, Recruiting Station Dallas. (U.S. Marine
Corps photo by Sgt. Daniel E. Valle)
Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl Participant Receives Certificate of Appreciation
CEDAR HILL, Texas - Staff Sgt. Warren M. Phipps presents Richard Moore with a certificate of appreciation for his participation in the 2015 Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl. Moore and 90 other student-athletes from across the country were selected for the bowl game for being among the top-rated high school football players in the nation and based on their character, academic performance and leadership. Phipps is a canvassing recruiter with Recruiting Substation Dallas South, Recruiting Station Dallas. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Daniel E. Valle)
Unit Leaders

Sergeant Major, Marine Corps Recruiting Command
Sergeant Major Samuel Heyward Jr.
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Chief of Staff, Marine Corps Recruiting Command
Colonel Robert G. Golden III
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Commanding General, Marine Corps Recruiting Command
Lieutenant General Mark A. Brilakis
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Semper Fi Bowl
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Mission Statement

Marine Corps Recruiting Command is responsible to the Commandant of the Marine Corps for the procurement of qualified individuals, in sufficient numbers to meet the established personnel strength levels, officer and enlisted, of the Marine Corps and Marine Corps Reserve.

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