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Lance Cpl. Samuel Ellis, MARINE CORPS BASE QUANTICO, Va.
The Combat Hunter Curriculum, MTESD0CHC1, is now available on MarineNet for all Marines. According to e-mails from James Corvin Customer Outreach Coordinator, and Capt. Jason Pollard, Infantry Task Analyst, the courses, designed as a precursor to the week and a half-long Combat Hunter Course, feature “visually rich content as well as interactive
Cpl. Paris Capers, MARINE CORPS BASE QUANTICO, Va. (Aug. 2, 2013)
In a foreign land, Marines may serve as the tip of the spear during military operations, but once the fog of war lifts, there is another war that must be fought: the war to win hearts and minds. The Marine Corps realized this and, rather than continue to send Marines through a 13-week Army Civil Affairs Course as it was accustomed to, Headquarters