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Marine visits orphanage with students during Military Intelligence Basic Officer Course

By Capt Justin Moeykens

On March 15th the students and instructor cadre of The Military Basic Intelligence Officer's Course, Africa 10 (MIBOC-A ) conducted a community relations project at the Chamazi Orphange, simply named after the Chamazi area of Dar Es Salaam. 

 
 

Marines patrol the woods of Quantico

Marines from Alpha Company participated in the second field exercise of their six-month training evolution, highlighting patrols and providing an opportunity for the Marines to practically apply what they have been learning in the classroom.

CLB-15 Marines support 1st Marine Division, Japanese during Iron Fist

Ten Marines with Combat Logistics Battalion 15, Combat Logistics Regiment 17, 1st Marine Logistics Group, completed a five-day operation, providing logistical support during Exercise Iron Fist 2014.

Infantryman to stableman

Sgt Moises Machuca has been a stableman of the last remaining United States Marine Corps Mounted Color Guard, stationed on Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, Calif. 

Eastern Michigan Marine officer candidate continues legacy

See what led one Marine Officer candidate to pursue a life of service as a United States Marine. 

Marine follows in father's footsteps

Some kids dream of becoming like their parents in one way or another. Pvt Thomas J. Shevlin mirrors his life after his father's.

Royal Thai, U.S. Marines partner to improve combat accuracy, effectiveness

Royal Thai Marines participated in a close quarters shoot, part of the combat marksmanship program, alongside U.S. Marines Feb. 15 at Ban Chan Krem, Kingdom of Thailand during Exercise Cobra Gold.

Infantrymen defend combat center's Lava Training Area

Marines of Bravo Company, 1st Battalion, 7th Marine Regiment, participated in a three-day battalion assault course at Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms.

11th MEU Marines take heat during crisis response training

Few can say they are prepared to be shoved, shouted at and pummeled with a barrage of objects sailing through the air. Marines with the 11th Marine Expeditionary Unit's ground combat element are prepared to take just that kind of heat.
 

Glen Cove High students take Marine Corps fitness challenge

Students from Glen Cover High School worked out with Marine Corps recruiters leading the Marine CorpsFit challenge.

MCMAP instructor embraces committed and engaged leadership

Sgt Ryan-Michael Daffin, an avionic technician with Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron (HMLA) 267, teaches Marines the techniques and core values of the Marine Corps Martial Arts Program along with committed and engaged leadership principles .

Georgia boy reaches for the sky, becomes Marine pilot

1stLt William E. Wiggins spent his fair share of time in the dirt and dust, farming and plowing. But over his head, the bright blue sky was calling.

Iwo vets visit on 69th anniversary

Eight Iwo Jima veterans, some with family, friends and fellow Marines by their side, gathered at the National Museum of the Marine Corps for an Iwo Jima commemoration.

Thai and U.S. Marine burst into training

U.S. Marines demonstrated various machine gun weapons systems to Royal Thai Marines Feb. 12 at Ban Chan Krem, Kingdom of Thailand during Exercise Cobra Gold 2014.

 

11th MEU Marines reach new heights at assault climber course

The I Marine Expeditionary Force Special Operations Training Group Assault Climber Course trained student Marines to transport themselves, other personal, and equipment over difficult terrain safely and expeditiously.

Trumpet master excels in Corps

Being a 28-year-old lance corporal with a master's degree is something seldom seen in the Corps, but Alvarez chose a different path.

The war to end all wars: 100 years ago

One hundred years ago on Jan. 31, the world was in the calm before the whirling storm of World War I. 

Combat Center Marines' first look at unmanned security vehicle

The Marine Corps researches a new and more efficient way to provide security without putting Marines' lives in danger.

Marines and Finnish forces train in sub-zero conditions

Marines with Black Sea Rotational Force 14 travelled to Finland to participate in a basic cold-weather skills and Military Operations in Urban Terrain Instructor's course Jan. 6-24, alongside the Jaeger Brigade and Guard Jaeger Regiment, the Finnish Defence Forces' premiere winter-training units.
 

Marine administers oath of enlistment to son via webcam from Afghanistan

A 22-year Marine Corps veteran administered the Oath of Enlistment to his son and namesake, Wayne D. Duree Jr.

Ohio twins enlist in Marine Corps

As identical twins, there are not many things John and Mike Lange do apart. Now, the brothers will share one more major life event: attending Marine Corps recruit training.

Company D hurdles over obstacles

Recruits of Company D, 1st Recruit Training Battalion, were introduced to the Obstacle Course, or "O-Course," during training day nine aboard the depot, Jan. 17

Female Marine enters pro MMA with 20-second knockout

Sgt Misha Nassiri entered the professional MMA world with a technical knockout and a revitalized level of confidence during a mixed martial arts competition in Valley Center, Calif., 

Michigan, Ohio, Marines, recruits participate in female pool function

More than 40 members of Recruiting Station Detroit participated in a female pool function in Romulus, Mich., Jan. 18, to build camaraderie and spread knowledge about the Marine Corps among future Marines before they attend recruit training.
 

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