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As Marines transition from more than a decade of combat into a "new normal" security environment, we must ensure all Marines know and understand how they contribute to the Corps. Here we will highlight recent achievements, current challenges, and the role of Marines in the future.
During the early morning hours, in almost pure darkness, a company of infantry Marines in Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected vehicles convoyed hours south from Camp Leatherneck for a security operation.
The Marines were embarked on the ship 13 years ago when it was diverted from Darwin, Australia to Afghanistan in response to the terror attacks on September 11, 2001.
Marines with Bridge Company, 8th Engineer Support Battalion, 2nd Marine Logistics Group used two M16 ramps and five M17 interior rafts to help 22 M1A1 Abrams tanks, provided by 2nd Tank Battalion, 2nd Marine Division, cross the New River, aboard Camp Lejeune on Sept. 4, 2014.
The Secretary of the Navy has established the Marine Corps Combat Instructor Ribbon. This special duty assignment ribbon takes its place alongside ribbons recognizing the service of drill instructors, recruiters, and Marine Security Guards.
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Whiskey Tango Foxtrot is going on? We don't know either. Caption this photo #wtf
#Marines deployed Down Under participate in every training environment the Northern Territory has to offer
#Marines and Afghan National Army soldiers search suspicious compounds in Afghanistan http://t.co/r8sk
Take an inside look at the @LockheedMartin F-35 simulator & learn more about the Corps' newest aviation technology.
RT @Dbacks: Retired @USMC Staff Sergeant Keith Darnell receives a key to a new home from the #Dbacks, @helpbhh and @Chase.
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