The Corps has implemented a new tool to aid Marines in learning from history in order to prevent repeating the mistakes of the past.
The most decorated rate in the Navy celebrates 123 years of distinguished and courageous service. Happy Birthday Doc!
Along the Corps' fight to a heightened state of readiness, Marines are encouraged to stay informed about the COVID-19 vaccine.
Marines from 2/6 pay tribute to a fellow Marine by participating in a memorial event exemplifying unwavering dedication, esprit de corps.
Regardless of the challenge, Marines are capable of advancing forward as a lethal force through preparation, proficiency and training.
U.S. Marines with 5th Air Naval Gunfire Liaison Company, III Marine Expeditionary Force Information Group, integrated with Japanese, French and Australian military units in recent training events across the Okinawa littoral and mainland Japan area during the months of April and May of 2021. 5th ANGLICO specializes in the capability to plan, coordinate, employ and conduct terminal control of fires in support of joint, allied and coalition forces.
Marine Corps System Command’s Advanced Manufacturing Operations Cell collaborated with 1st Supply Battalion and industry partners to develop a 3D-printed metal steering wheel removal device. This innovative solutions helps solve a common problem among vehicle maintenance Marines.
U.S. Marines from Marine Air Group 29 based out of Marine Corps Air Station New River, N.C. recently completed Service Level Training Exercise 3-21, a series of exercises from March 28 to May 11 designed to integrate East coast and West coast Marines for realistic and difficult scenarios in a deployment-like environment. Within SLTE 3-21 were the Weapons and Tactics Instructor course, Integrated Training Exercise, Adversary Force Exercise, Mountain Training Exercise and the final force-on-force event, the Marine Air-Ground Task Force War Exercise. As the aviation combat element, MAG-29 led the 1,260 Marines, sailors and soldiers that made up the ACE and successfully completed over 2,600 flight hours in support of 1st Marine Division.
“Swift, Silent, Deadly”. While the mantra is typically used to describe a Reconnaissance Marine, the idea behind it is one that should be studied and emulated by all Marines. The idea that one should be in and out and undetected, all while maintaining lethality is a perfect description of an Operational Marine operating within the battlespace. In order to achieve this, however, Marines must need to be prepared to maneuver at a moment’s notice.
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