As Marines become veterans, some decide to continue leading in a program that allows future generations to grow and become better citizens.
In order to preserve the mission of the Corps, Marines are required to get the vaccine or complete medical or administrative exemptions.
Marines remain ready to respond to any call at moments notice through vigorous training in combined operations with allied forces.
The Corps is streamlining the way Marines do business with a new system that simplifies and improves financial management across the DOD.
In sharing tactics with other nations, Marines strengthen not only their relations with foreign forces, but their own capabilities of leadership.
U.S. Marines across Okinawa participated in the new Annual Rifle Qualification from Oct. 4-8. This consisted of a three-day course of fire that tests Marines’ marksmanship skills in a dynamic-shooting environment. The intent of ARQ is to provide an enhanced combat centric evaluation that uses a lethality based scoring system with more realistic standards. Shooters utilize artificial support to engage moving targets both while on foot and remaining stationary...
At the request of the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force, Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 242 successfully conducted the first ever landing of two F-35B Lightning II aircraft aboard the Japanese Ship Izumo on Oct. 3. Following a series of modifications to the JS Izumo to enable short take-off and vertical landing operations, a capability that the “B” variant of the F-35 specializes in, U.S. Marines embarked aboard the JS Izumo and worked directly with JMSDF personnel as part of a bilateral effort to ensure the capability test was both effective and safe...
Naval forces from eight countries participated in a multinational amphibious landing during the amphibious phase of exercise UNITAS LXII, Oct. 2. UNITAS is designed to train forces in joint maritime operations and to increase interoperability and capability between participating naval and marine forces. This exercise develops and sustains relationships that improve the capacity of maritime partners to achieve common objectives...
A small group of Marines made a big impact in the community of Ngeremlengui, Republic of Palau. A team of engineers with Task Force Koa Moana 21, I Marine Expeditionary Force, began working on Ngeremlengui Elementary School on Oct. 2. During the week long project, the Marines worked with school officials to make the school a more welcoming learning environment...
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