A Title
Well Earned

The Mark of an Officer

The pinning of the 2nd lieutenant bars to your uniform states you've accepted your commission and symbolizes a commitment to your Country, the Marine Corps and the brotherhood of fellow Marines.

Explore A Title Well Earned

A Title Well Earned

Pakistan Floods

2010/Pakistan

After the worst monsoon in 80 years floods Pakistan, the nation's frail infrastructure is paralyzed. The Marines coordinate with international forces to deliver aid and rescue thousands.

Explore Facing Down Threats

Pakistan Floods

Armored Vehicles

Total preparedness, ultimate performance

With the most advanced and armored vehicles in the military, Marines can take on any terrain and any mission imaginable. From 70-ton M1A1s to blast-resistant MRAPs, see why Marines call their tanks the beast of the battlefield.

Explore Armored Vehicles

Armored Vehicles

Leadership Traits

Every Marine is a Leader

These are the leadership traits that enable Marines to lead with honor, on the battlefield and in the community.

Explore Leadership Traits

Leadership Traits

Female Engagement Teams

Making history while making a difference

The Female Engagement Team (FET) began in 2009 to help build relationships with Afghani women and children and gather information. The FET bridged crucial cultural gaps and successfully completed their mission in 2012.

Explore Female Engagement Teams

Female Engagement Teams

 
 
 
 
 

Recruit Training

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.

Explore Now

Graduation

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.

Explore Now

School of Infantry

Following Recruit Training, the School of Infantry is the second stage of training for all Infantry Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) Enlisted Marines and marks the transition from entry-level Marines to combat-ready Marines.

Explore Now

  • News
  • Facebook
  • Twitter