Every role critical to success
All Marines have a specific role for which they are optimally trained in support of the overall mission. And while each role comes with different responsibilities, the end results are accomplishing the mission.
Many Roles One Mission
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.
Responding Quickly and Decisively
Where chaos looms, the Few emerge. Marines move toward the sounds of tyranny, injustice and despair—with the courage and resolve to silence them.
The Taliban destroyed Afghani schools. Marines secured the region and rebuilt while Female Engagement Teams (FETs) grew trust in the community.
A Bold Step Forward
Meeting with a Recruiter
There is no better way to get a clear picture of life in the Marine Corps than with a knee-cap to knee-cap conversation with a recruiter who's served.
A Bold Step Forward
How to Prepare
Every Marine must maintain a high level of physical fitness regardless of age, rank or Military Occupational Specialty (MOS).
Find the willpower you never knew you had, the strength you never knew you needed, bonds that will never break, and a lifelong desire to serve a purpose far greater than self.
The last day of the 12th week of the most demanding recruit training in the world represents both a finish line and a starting point.
Take Aim! In this episode, get behind the scope with United States Marine Corps Sgt. Seth Utlser, chief scout sniper with Battalion Landing Team 2d Battalion 4th Marines as he takes aim at targets from the sky.
Welcome to the MEU: Splashing the AAV In this episode, conduct a ship-to-shore operation alongside U.S. Marine Corps Cpl. Aleksandar Antic in his amphibious assault vehicle as he explains what it means to be amphibious.
Marines with 3rd Battalion, 8th Marine Regiment conducted military operations on urban terrain training aboard Camp Lejeune, N.C., March 11.MOUT training prepares Marines for house-to-house combat as was common in battles like Fallujah and Hue City and is,
Petty Officer 1st Class Kevin D. Baskin, a special amphibious reconnaissance corpsman with 3rd Marine Special Operations Battalion, Marine Special Operations Regiment, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command, will be awarded the Silver Star,
Marines patrol the path led by military working dogs, trained to detect improvised explosive devices using scent bags that contain partial ingredients used in making IEDs. The dogs detect danger areas and the handlers halt the patrol before Marines enter,
A T-59 Hawk, civilian aircraft, crashed at approximately 11:45 a.m. on a MCAS Yuma runway Wednesday.Lance Cpl. Anthony T. DuBeau died as a result of injuries sustained from the crash when the aircraft impacted a government vehicle. DuBeau was assigned to,
Out of respect for all family members involved, and as a matter of policy and practice, the identity of the Marines will not be confirmed until 24 hours after the final next of kin notification is complete.
A T-59 Hawk, civilian aircraft, crashed at approximately 11:45 a.m. on a MCAS Yuma runway today.The aircraft crash impacted a government vehicle, resulting in a Marine fatality. The Marine was pronounced dead upon arrival at Yuma Regional Medical Center.,
Seven Marines assigned to U.S. Marine Corps, Special Operations Command were on board a Louisiana Army National Guard UH-60 aircraft that was involved in a training mishap last night at approximately 8:30 p.m. near Eglin, Florida.