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MARSOC Begins Screening And Assessment

More than 100 Marines accomplished the first step in the grueling process of becoming a Critical Skills Operator after successfully completing Phase I of U.S. Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command's Assessment and Selection aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, N.C., Feb. 6. 

24TH MEU Completes Containment Training

As the 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit enters their third month of deployment, the Marines embarked on the amphibious transport dock ship USS New York (LPD 21) made their way back to the ship after completing sustainment training in Kuwait during the month of February 2015. 

U.S. Marines Demonstrate Capabilities To Malaysian Armed Forces

Members of the Malaysian armed forces, alongside Malaysian and U.S. government officials, observed a theater security cooperation event with the 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit here Feb. 27.

8th ESB Patrols Camp Lejeune

The faint sound of rustling thickets whispered through a training area aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, as Marines from Alpha Company, 8th Engineer Support Battalion practiced patrolling tactics, Feb. 26.

From Sudanese Refugee To US Marine

SSgt Kon Biliu is originally from South Sudan. As a young man, he moved along with his family to Yemen where his father taught in high school. In the year 1999 his father lost his job as a teacher and they could not go back home to Sudan due to the ongoing civil war. They had no home country; nowhere to go. They were refugees. But that was all about to change.

Marine Corps Honors Female Aviators

The Marine Corps Women's Reserve was officially established in 1943.  By the end of World War II, more than 20,000 women had served in the Marine Corps, supporting Marines on land, sea and air.

Three Marine Leaders, Three Keys to Success

Leadership is an integral aspect of the Marine Corps. It's who we are. From the days of recruit training to long after earning the title, Marines are leaders.

Marine Draws on Leadership to Train Allies

U.S. Marine Corps Cpl Spencer L. Jimick, a member of the Georgia Liaison Team, has been with the 43rd Georgian Infantry Battalion, since Nov. 4, as an infantry advisor, training the Georgian soldiers in preparation for their deployment to Afghanistan. 

Saving Citizens From Disaster: Joint Evacuation Training Exercise

U.S., Thai and Japanese military members and diplomats joined forces to conduct noncombatant evacuation operations as part of exercise Cobra Gold 2015 Feb. 15, 2015 at Utapao Royal Thai Navy Airfield, Kingdom of Thailand.

Service Members Make a Difference to Thai Children

U.S. and Thai service members participating in Exercise Cobra Gold 2015 spend the day with students at Ban Nong Lan Chang School, Feb. 17. 

Survival of the Fittest: Jungle Warfare

See inside the training Marines undergo at the Jungle Endurance Course and Jungle Leaders' Course aboard at Camp Gonsalves. 

Marines Honor Iwo Jima Survivors On 70th Anniversary

Veterans of the battle of Iwo Jima participated in a reunion hosted by the Marine Artillery Detachment at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, February 12, 2015.

7th Marines Conduct Embassy Reinforcement Training

Marines with Company K, 3rd Battalion, 7th Marine Regiment, conducted embassy reinforcement training at Joint Forces Training Base Los Alamitos, California, from Feb. 8-13, 2015.

ROK, U.S. Marines Train Force-On-Force

It is Friday, Feb. 13, 2015. An unusually chilling breeze sweeps the battlefield as Republic of Korea and U.S. Marines prepare to assault the Cham Sae Mi Close-Quarters Battle Training Facility during Korean Marine Exchange Program 15-17.

Marines Compete For Title Of Top Shooter In 2015 Pacific Division Matches

Marines and their rifles know what counts in war is not the round a Marine fires, the noise of their burst or the smoke they make. They know it is the hit that counts.

U.S., Thai Militaries Host Open House For Local Schoolchildren

The Royal Thai Air Force along with U.S. Marines and Navy personnel held Friendship Day, Feb. 13, to allow school children the opportunity to see some of the training the two nations have been engaged in here during Exercise Cobra Gold 2015.

Bronx Native Overcomes Adversity, Sets the Standard

Young men and women join the United States military for varying reasons; whether it is for the pride of belonging, the daily challenge, or to simply defend their country. 

K-9 Endeavor: Officers Demonstrate Skills for Elementary Students

Officers with the Marine Corps Police Department aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow conducted K-9 demonstrations for kindergartners, first-graders and staff at Endeavor Elementary School, Feb. 4. 

Marines, Sailors Beautify Catania Church

More than 50 Marines and Sailors from Special-Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force Crisis-Response, Detachment A, and Sailors assigned to Naval Air Station Sigonella, helped beautify the Church of San Nicolo in the Piazza Dante in Catania, Italy, Jan. 31. 

Ice-Breaker Drill Increases Mission Readiness

Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center Marines participated in an Ice-Breaker Drill during Winter Mountain Leaders Course 1-15, Jan. 30, 2015. The drill was conducted in the MCMWTC training area, to educate Marines on what they should do in the event that they should fall through the ice. Instructors, permanent personnel and students participated in the plunge.

91-Year-Old Montford Point Marine Veteran Receives Congressional Medal of Honor

Montford Point Marine Sgt Hiram L. Knowles was awarded the Congressional Gold Medal for his honorable service during the Era of World War II on Feb. 7, 2015 at the Mary Woodard Lasker Biomedical Research Building, New York City.

Marines With Lima Company Conduct Patrol Base Exercise

The Marine Corps may change, but the mission of the Marine Corps infantryman remains the same. In conflict, they close width and destroy the enemy by fire and maneuvering. While at home, they are constantly training for their next enemy encounter.

MARSOC Marines Fine-Tune Visit, Board, Search and Seizure Skills

Critical Skills Operators (CSO) with Company B, 1st Marine Special Operations Battalion, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command, conducted Visit, Board, Search and Seizure (VBSS) training, Jan. 5-16, at U.S. Naval Base Coronado, California.
 

Making Marine Security Guards

Congress expects the Marine Corps to be more forward deployed and to demonstrate that it's a crisis-reaction force. 

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