Being A Marine

​Life After
the Corps

Continuing the legacy beyond active duty.
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Marines are trained to be victorious on all fronts. Whether this means they are leading a mission on the battlefield or fighting battles within, Marines are equipped to succeed and overcome against all challenges. Many Marines take their leadership qualities from the Corps and apply them to bettering their local communities—inspiring and guiding those who know them best, their families, friends and neighbors. 

 

Below, explore the stories of Marines making an impact in the world.

  • Video profiles First Lieutenant Drexel King and his efforts to give back to his community.
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    First Lieutenant Drexel King

    First Lieutenant Drexel King shares his pride and honor in giving back to his community and encouraging younger students from his old high school to become leaders.

    Video profiles First Lieutenant Drexel King and his efforts to give back to his community.
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    First Lieutenant Drexel King

    First Lieutenant Drexel King shares his pride and honor in giving back to his community and encouraging younger students from his old high school to become leaders.

  • Video details the lessons Marine Sergeant William McNulty and how the Marines prepared him to people all of the world through Team Rubicon.
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    Sergeant William McNulty

    While enlisted, Sergeant William McNulty put his training to use as a TOW Gunner and later as an Intel Specialist. As a civilian, McNulty continues to use his Marine Corps training as cofounder of Team Rubicon‚ a team of veterans that provides emergency disaster relief to people all over the world.

    Video details the lessons Marine Sergeant William McNulty and how the Marines prepared him to people all of the world through Team Rubicon.
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    Sergeant William McNulty

    While enlisted, Sergeant William McNulty put his training to use as a TOW Gunner and later as an Intel Specialist. As a civilian, McNulty continues to use his Marine Corps training as cofounder of Team Rubicon‚ a team of veterans that provides emergency disaster relief to people all over the world.

  • Video of Marine Officer veteran and author Nathaniel Fick.
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    Nathaniel Fick

    A Marine Officer veteran and author, Nathaniel Fick has had his writings about the Marine Corps published in Rolling Stone, appear on the New York Times best seller list, and dramatized by HBO. Today, he runs a prominent Washington think tank and is frequently called upon for his leadership and insight as a Marine combat veteran. 

    Video of Marine Officer veteran and author Nathaniel Fick.
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    Nathaniel Fick

    A Marine Officer veteran and author, Nathaniel Fick has had his writings about the Marine Corps published in Rolling Stone, appear on the New York Times best seller list, and dramatized by HBO. Today, he runs a prominent Washington think tank and is frequently called upon for his leadership and insight as a Marine combat veteran. 

  • Video of Capt Angie Morgan detailing her Marine Corps career and the lessons of leadership she learned in the Corps.
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    Captain Angie Morgan

    Angie Morgan became a Marine seeking challenge and adventure, but she realized it was the leadership training that would change her life forever. Today, she runs her own company called Lead Star, training business professionals to be decisive and inspiring leaders.

    Video of Capt Angie Morgan detailing her Marine Corps career and the lessons of leadership she learned in the Corps.
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    Captain Angie Morgan

    Angie Morgan became a Marine seeking challenge and adventure, but she realized it was the leadership training that would change her life forever. Today, she runs her own company called Lead Star, training business professionals to be decisive and inspiring leaders.