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TBS Marines Witness EFSS Mortar's Impact

By John Hollis

More than 40 Marines from Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, N.C., were at Marine Corps Base Quantico on Aug. 20, 2014 demonstrating the effectiveness of the Expeditionary Fire Support System as a viable tool to extend Marine offensive capabilities with added agility and effectiveness.

 
 

24th MEU Marines Knuckle Up

MSgt Donald W. Johnson's profession isn't fighting in a ring-it's just one part of a journey that began 20 years ago when he raised his right hand and repeated the oath of enlistment. 

Marines Learn Basic Lifeguard Skills

Marine Corps Community Services Semper Fit hosted an American Red Cross lifeguard certification course for active-duty Marines June 4-6 at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany's pool.

Tailors Set Corps' Image With Each New Marine

Recruits of Bravo Company, 1st Recruit Training Battalion, received their first uniform fitting aboard the Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego, June 11.  

Haiti Native Becomes U.S. Citizen, Marine

For one new Marine, America offered much more than the hope of opportunity. It gave him the brotherhood he'd been searching for in the United States Marine Corps.
 

Marines Inspire Athletes, Remember Hometown Hero

In honor of a forgotten hero, the City of Glen Cove, New York, will be the site of the Inaugural Dan Daly Cup lacrosse all-star game. 

Marines Fight With Hearts of Lions

CWO4 Armand K. Rupert, a Marine stationed aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico, and Kelly Grissom, Brazilian Jujitsu instructor, along with five of Grissom's students, traveled to Senegal for ten days demonstrating, training and sharing mixed martial arts.

Urban operations put combat engineers to the test

Marines with Alpha Company, 8th Engineer Support Battalion, 2nd Marine Logistics Group spent a week training for Military Operations in Urban Terrain at the Camp Lejeune's realistic urban training facility.

Corporals Course grooms future leaders

The Corporals Course is the first in a series of professional military education courses offered by the Marine Corps to teach corporals the standards for their rank and to prepare them for promotion to the rank of sergeant.

Marine recruits build esprit de corps during competition

Recruits aboard Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island participate in a filed meet to build camaraderie and esprit de corps. 

1st Recon conducts breaching exercise

Marines from 1st Reconnaissance Battalion conducted a Methods of Entry proficiency training exercise aboard Camp Pendleton Calif., June 10.  

Community members kayak to finish line, support wounded warriors

Local active duty, retired and prior service military members joined together to celebrate and honor wounded warriors during the 7th Annual Kayak for the Warriors competition at Pine Knoll Shores June 7.

26th MEU Marines bring up their motivation, exercise esprit de corps

The 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit's Marines and sailors conducted a noncommissioned officer led physical training session.

'Rhinos' visit Landers Elementary

Combat Center Marines with Marine Wing Support Squadron 374 volunteered in an Adopt-a-School event at Landers Elementary School.

Teacher gives up classroom for dress blues

 Many would say that being a teacher could be one of the most fulfilling and rewarding, yet hard and stressful jobs around. Cpl Joshua Braun, a ground radio technician with Special-Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force Africa 14, would agree. 

'America's Battalion' improves infantry skills during Island Viper

Exercise Island Viper was conducted to train three of the four infantry battalion core mission essential tasks; amphibious operations, offensive operations and stability operations.

Family, military sacrifice inspires recruit to give 100 percent

He never knew his mother, but for Recruit Trajon L. Griffis, guide, Platoon 2161, Hotel Company, 2nd Recruit Training Battalion, his father was more than enough.

Marine Corps partners with ACC at 2014 Women's Rowing Championship

The United States Marine Corps showed their support at the Atlantic Coast Conference Women's Rowing Championship at Lake Hartwell in Clemson, S.C., May 16th and 17th. 
 

Grandfather, friend inspired Chicago native to join Corps

Pvt Bakari A. Lindsey-Khalis, Platoon 1015, Company A, 1st Recruit Training Battalion, had a different type of motivation to join the Corps than most.

Devil Dog for day: CLB-3, Make-a-Wish make a dream extra special

At the age of 13, "Corporal" Jared Kula reported for duty in front of Combat Logistics Battalion 3, May 14, 2014, to receive his very own set of cammies from LtCol Justin R. Reiman, the unit's commanding officer.

New experiences: PFC Cody Troxel follows dreams to become Marine

Life is full of journeys and new beginnings. For some they are either welcome or unwelcome. But, for anyone beginning a new career, you've got to start from the bottom and work your way up. 

Sisters in charge

GySgt Ann Sagebiel and SSgt Amanda Sagebiel have both risen to prominent leadership positions in rank and title in the Marine Corps. 

Thunderbolt earns Bronze Star

Capt William Paxton was awarded the Bronze Star with a combat distinguishing device, the nation's fourth highest award for combat heroism, aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, May 5.

Reawakening the rifleman

LCpl Devan M. Compton, a supply specialist, Pvt Zachary K. Guzdek and Cpl Jon Martin both motor transportation operators, all with 2nd Tank Battalion, 2nd Marine Division stand guard in a fighting hole at the Combat Service Support Area in Ft. Pickett, Va. Photo by LCpl Joey Mendez.

RS Twin Cities hosts 2014 mini-boot camp

Drill Instructor SSgt Vincent Aguilar motivates Poolee Davionet L. L. Young during the RS Twin Cities 2014 Mini-Bootcamp. The Three drill instructors at the event stressed out poolees to prepare them for recruit training. Photo by Sgt Martin Egnash.

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