Marine Corps Recruiting Command

 

Marine Corps Recruiting Command

Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va.

3280 Russell Road, 2nd Floor Quantico, Va. 22134
Unit News
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From Gigs to Generals How one man’s guitar changed his life April 28, 2016 — WILLIAMSPORT, PA. -- It’s a top-notch venue – a definite change for the Williamsport, Pennsylvania, born Mike Borowski, a Marine corporal and guitarist with the Marine Band San Diego located in their namesake city. Just one year ago, Borowski was living gig-to-gig hoping to find the much-needed income to support his family. MORE
Marines Partner with Sports Illustrated to Recognize Outstanding Young Leaders April 22, 2016 — Marine Corps Recruiting Command is partnering with Sports Illustrated to recognize outstanding high school student athletes. The program recognizes students who are involved in community service, have outstanding academic performance and are considered leaders in school, as well as being outstanding athletes. MORE
Poster Marines Sought to Represent Corps April 21, 2016 — MARINE CORPS BASE QUANTICO, Va. -- Across the nation, United States Marines have been lining up for the opportunity to become the face and voice of the Corps. A casting call tour visited 11 locations nation-wide aboard nine Marine Corps bases. The tour began on April 4 and visited a new location almost every day until it concluded on April 19. MORE
Blood, Boxing, Corps: Father, son bound by more than family April 21, 2016 — MARINE CORPS BASE CAMP LEJEUNE, N.C. -- For Teddy Randolph Sr. and his son Teddy Randolph Jr. bloodlines are not the only thing that bind them together. Both men are also bound by the title ‘Marine’ and the love they share for boxing. MORE
From Iraq to Syracuse: How one man came from helping Marines to becoming one of ‘The Few, the Proud’ April 12, 2016 — SYRACUSE, NY – In Baghdad, Iraq 2003, a young teenager is standing with a squad of Marines from 1st Marine Division. The Marines teach him American slang and phrases; while he helps the troops understand the local population. MORE
Whatever It Takes April 12, 2016 — MARINE CORPS RECRUIT DEPOT SAN DIEGO, Calif. -- Two months after graduating high school while Bobek was working in a candy shop in California, he found a calling to join the Marine Corps after having a conversation with a Marine who just graduated from recruit training. MORE
Marines discuss leadership skills, core values with NCCU students April 9, 2016 — DURHAM, N.C. -- Leadership is defined as the power or ability to guide other individuals, teams, or organizations. The Marine Corps, known for developing leaders, spoke with students from several colleges and universities as part of the Marine Corps Leadership Seminar at North Carolina Central University, April 8, 2016. MORE
Mitigating Risk to Continue Making Mission April 7, 2016 — In 2015, approximately 2,000 casualties resulted from mass shootings, according to the Center For Disease Control. In today’s world, the threat of falling victim to a terrorist attack or other threat is always a possibility. As the Marine Corps continues to recruit men and women to defend the nation, the organization is also working to protect its recruiters across the country. MORE
Marines Partner With WBCA To Build Leaders April 6, 2016 — "The impact my college coach had on me helped me be the person I am today," said Brigadier Gen. Loretta Reynolds, Commanding General, Marine Corps Cyberspace Command, during a panel discussion at the "So You Want To Be a Coach?" program at the 2016 Women's Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) conference in Indianapolis. MORE
Royal High School student earns NROTC scholarship March 24, 2016 — “If I have the honor of becoming a Marine officer, there is nothing I can’t conquer,” were Jasmin Grewal’s words on her application for the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps scholarship in October 2015. MORE

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