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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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From community to Corps: Marine officer continues to serve March 1, 2015 — ST. LOUIS --  Daryl J. Scales always had the dream of becoming a Marine. His thoughts were confirmed when he saw an average man, slay a lava monster in the popular 90’s recruiting commercial.After graduating from University of Missouri with a degree in history and a minor in African-American studies, Scales decided to pursue becoming a Marine MORE
Valley educators part of Marine Corps trip February 19, 2015 — YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) – While reporting on Marine boot camp at Parris Island, South Carolina, 27 First News Reporter Nadine Grimley and photographer TJ Renninger tagged along with a group of Valley teachers and guidance counselors on an educational trip. It is the Marine Corps’ way of giving educators a peek behind the curtain on what their MORE
Bronx native overcomes adversity, sets the standard February 6, 2015 — COLTS NECK, N.J. – Young men and women join the United States military for varying reasons; whether it is for the pride of belonging, the daily challenge, or to simply defend their country. The daily challenge consists of mental and physical tests that begin on day one of Marine Corps Recruit Training and continue to the last day before a Marine MORE
Recruiting Command Enhances Sexual Assault Prevention Education, Programs February 3, 2015 —                 MARINE CORPS BASE QUANTICO, Va. (Jan. 21, 2015) – Marine Corps Recruiting Command Headquarters recently welcomed its first full-time civilian sexual assault response coordinator, Sherry Yetter.              Yetter’s responsibilities as SARC for Recruiting Command span nationwide, overseeing the uniformed victims’ advocates (UVAs), MORE
Recruiting Command Awards Top Marketing Marine February 2, 2015 — .The commanding general of Marine Corps Recruiting Command (MCRC) honored the fiscal year 2014 Marketing and Public Affairs (MPA) Marine of the Year here, Jan. 29, for consistently going above the call of duty and displaying exceptional work ethic in all of his responsibilities.Sergeant Reece E. Lodder, MPA of Recruiting Station Seattle, was MORE
UNSUNG HEROES: Marine Recruiters Use MCMAP To Stop Robber, Still Keep Dress Blues Clean January 22, 2015 — Every week, Task & Purpose devotes this column to stories of heroism from the men and women who served in the American armed forces after 9/11. These stories are often stories of valor in combat — be it an Army sergeant first class who gave his life exposing himself to fire after an IED explosion in Iraq, an Air Force combat controller who braved MORE
Hagel says Marines will return to maritime roots January 15, 2015 — MARINE CORPS AIR STATION MIRAMAR, Calif. — Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel told Marines here Tuesday that they should expect to return to their service's maritime roots and said future missions will not involve forcing American values "down anybody's throat."Hagel spoke to several hundred Marines and thanked them for their service in Afghanistan. Now MORE
A Few Good Men Capture Armed Robber Near Alderwood Mall January 9, 2015 — Despite their reputations as tough guys at the "tip of the spear," daily life for many members of the Marine Corps is pretty dull."It can get tedious," said SSGT. Ben Shoemaker. ""There's a lot of paperwork."Tuesday, however, three Marines were called to duty outside the Alderwood Mall."It looked like road rage," said SGT. Ricardo Schebesta.They MORE
Lakewood, Washington football star selected for Marines’ 2015 Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl December 19, 2014 — Marine Corps Recruiting Station Seattle is excited to announce the selection of Semper Fidelis All-American Benning Potoae, a defensive end for the Lakes High School Lancers varsity football team.Surrounded by his family, friends and community leaders during a ceremony at Lakes High School Dec. 16, 2014, the 18-year-old Dupont native was presented MORE
Remembering Greeley: The Marine who carried his flag to Iwo Jima November 21, 2014 — Few events in Marine Corps history are storied as the iconic flag raising on Mt. Suribachi during World War II’s Battle of Iwo Jima. The quiet event, starkly contrasting the bloody battle that claimed lives of a third of the war’s fallen Marines, later marked a deafening Allied victory and powerfully symbolized the resolve of a nation at MORE

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