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MARSOC Marine to Receive Navy Cross

By Headquarters of the Marine Corps

GySgt Brian C. Jacklin, a critical skills operator with 1st Marine Special Operations Battalion, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command, will be awarded the Navy Cross for his heroic actions while deployed to Afghanistan in 2012.


Marine Sergeant Takes on Challenge to Become Officer

When shots rang out and flames burst through the Afghan sky over Camp Bastion last September, a lot of things changed for many people.

A heart of a lion, determination of a Marine

The Marines of Camp Lejeune give a young man the experience of a lifetime.

Marines focused at tactical edge of cyber, commander says

Today, 300 Marines, federal civilians and contractors are performing cyber operations.

Marines, their families volunteer support after tornadoes devastate Oklahoma

Marines serving with 2nd Battalion, 5th Marine Regiment, and their families came together to help the victims of the tornadoes that devastated Moore, Okla., and Oklahoma City, during the week of May 20.

26th MEU Marines, French Special Forces conduct parachute operations

Marines with the 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit teamed up with members of French Special Forces to complete parachute operations over Djibouti.

Combat Fitness Test (CFT) simulates combat situations

Recruits of Company G, 2nd Recruit Training Battalion, endured their final Combat Fitness Test aboard Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego.

Supply Keeps it Running

The highly expeditionary nature of a Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU) is an irreplaceable asset for the United States Marine Corps, but high mobility can come at a price: limited storage space, few replacement parts and the ever stalking Murphy's Law, waiting for a chance to strike in the most inopportune moment.

Marines' F-35B operational in 2015

The Marine Corps anticipates that the F-35B will reach its initial operating capability by December 2015.

U.S. Marines, Sailors train Senegalese Companie de Fusilier Commandos

U.S. Marines and Sailors with Special-Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force Africa 13 began training Senegalese Companie de Fusilier Marine Commandos in Dakar, Senegal.

5th Marines trains with French Marines on Mediterranean Sea

On May 22, United States Marines of 5th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division participated in a training exhibition with the French 21st Marine Infantry Regiment in Frejus, France.

Recruiter volunteers time to prepare future Marine Officer

Sgt Lesley Reed, a recruiter from Recruiting Substation Delray Beach, Fla., is helping a future Marine officer along her path by doing what sergeants do best - lead.

'Island Warriors' conduct noncombatant evacuation training operation

As the chaos of noncombatant evacuation operation training surrounded them, Marines with Fox Company, 2nd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment worked together to subdue the crowd of role-players simulating wounded, scared civilians at MCTAB military operations on urban terrain town.

Former Marine, future Marine help avoid tragedy in Christianburg

April 12 seemed like any other morning at the New River Valley Mall for Joshua Noakes, a mall security guard and Marine poolee, on patrol outside of the mall.

We control the aircraft

Anyone living near Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, Calif., knows the sound. Whether they are F/A-18 Super Hornets or MV-22 Ospreys, they're flying overhead looking for a place to rest their weary wings and rotors. Air traffic controllers make sure they can do so safely and expeditiously. 

Inside the Delayed Entry Program (DEP) | Mini Boot Camp

Poolees with a Recruiting Station Twin Cities receive a preview of what they can expect at Marine Corps Recruit Training. 

HMX-1 Osprey lands

One week after six MV-22B Ospreys successfully flew the longest and largest transatlantic flight of any Osprey squadron to date, Marine Helicopter Squadron One hosted a MV-22B Introduction Ceremony at the HMX-1 hangar on May 4, 2013. 

Marine learns leadership through adversity

Every recruit that steps onto the famous yellow footprints aboard Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego has their own story. 

Marines and Australians aim to shoot each other's weapons

Marines with Lima Company, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, Marine Rotational Force - Darwin, and soldiers with Delta Company, 5th Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment, conducted their first bilateral training exercise and sent rounds down range using each other's weapon systems during a familiarization shoot May 10.

Having a blast: Marines train with explosives

A ball of fire exploded into the distant sky. It was followed closely by a pillar of dark smoke, which lingered for a moment before fading slowly into the wind. The Marines were silent, waiting for the low, delayed boom that followed moments later.

November Company recruits improve physical training

November Company recruits aboard Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island complete physical training.

11th MEU participates in gas chamber training

The 11th Marine Expeditionary Unit has participated in many training events and annual training requirements. MEU personnel demonstrated once again that they are ready for any circumstance.  

Marines practice new pistol qualify at the range

One of a Marine's best friends is his or her rifle. Marines master it as they master their lives. But if a Marine runs out of ammo or their rifle stops working during combat, a pistol could be their backup weapon.

Cal Fire trains Marines to combat Wild Land Fires

Crew Chiefs SSgt Brian Dinning and LCpl Gary Persall count down "Four. Three. Two. One," as Maj Mike Davidge, the pilot of CH-46 E helicopter dubbed "Knightrider," positions it's whirling blades and fire bucket over Lake Talega during the 6th annual Wild Land Fire Fighting Exercise May 9. 

Pham on Discipline

See 1stLt Pham define discipline through the eyes of an infantryman. Learn more about how Marines receive a Warrior's Education.

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