A commitment upheld with conviction
We Make Marines. We win our nation's battles. We develop quality citizens. And we continue to stand strong as America's expeditionary force in readiness.
A DIFFERENCE THE WORLD WILL NOTICE
Standing up against tyranny and injustice are Marines: elite warriors who courageously and honorably face down the threats of our time.
Making a Difference
Driven by an uncompromising sense of purpose, Marines are committed to helping others in their local communities.
Marines are equipped to succeed
Many prominent figures, entrepreneurs and community leaders attribute personal success to the skills, values and leadership developed in the Corps.
Enlisted and Officer
Active or Reserve, enlisted or officer, as one of the Few, you will forever be known by the title you earn: United States Marine.
Infantry Leader Program
There are no guarantees for those who wish to become Infantry Squad Leaders, but there is a distinct path.
The capabilities we offer our nation in response to global conflicts are as distinct as they are decisive.
Ready and equipped to face any mission.
The finale of a Marine and his best friend. Lance Cpl. Donald Hesse, from Salem, Massachusetts, describes a day in the life with his dog Dasty, a Patrol Explosive Detection Dog. Watch part 1 here: http://ow.ly/T99k8 Watch Part 2 here: http://ow.ly/T9baj Video by Cpl. Isaac Ibarra
Marines with 2nd Assault Amphibian Battalion conducted a Heavy Brigade Combat Team qualification course atCamp Lejeune, Oct. 1, 2015.The training focused on engagingtargets with the Amphibious Assault
Part two of our three-part series about a Marine and his best friend. Lance Cpl. Donald Hesse, from Salem, Massachusetts, describes a day in the life with his dog Dasty, a Patrol Explosive Detection Dog. Tune in to III MEF tomorrow for part three. Watch part 1 here: http://ow.ly/T99k8 Video by Cpl. Isaac Ibarra
Part one of a three-part series about a Marine and his best friend. Lance Cpl. Donald Hesse, from Salem, Massachusetts introduces himself and his dog Dasty, a Patrol Explosive Detection Dog. Military Working Dogs Stay tuned to III MEF for part two tomorrow. Video by Cpl. Isaac Ibarra
See what the Commandant and #Marines have to say about his recent trip to Camp Pendleton. He spent the day traveling around #IMEF, discussing his expectations for the future of the U.S. Marine Corps and the evolution of war fighting.
Marines with 1st Battalion, 8th Marine Regiment, conducted a company-sized combined-arms attack on range SR9 at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Sept. 21-25, 2015.The training served as the culminating
Welcome to the Marine Corps Air Station Miramar Air Show. This webcast will feature an aerial demonstration of the F-35B Joint Strike Fighter, which reached initial operating capability in July, followed by the U.S. Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron, better known as the Blue Angels.
Gen. Martin E. Dempsey, 18th Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff will transition responsibility to Gen. Joseph F. Dunford, Jr., 36th Commandant of the Marine Corps, at Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall, Virginia. The ceremony is hosted by the Honorable Ashton B. Carter, Secretary of Defense.
General Joseph F. Dunford, Jr., the 36th Commandant of the Marine Corps, will pass command to Gen. Robert B. Neller during a ceremony at Marine Corps Barracks Washington, D.C., September 24 at 10 a.m. Gen. Dunford is scheduled to become the 19th Chairman of the Joint Staff September 25, 2015.