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Rush the enemy | Marines with 3rd MLG execute fire and movement range Oct. 25, 2018, 3rd Marine Logistics Group
CAMP HANSEN, Okinawa, Japan -- Marines with 3rd Marine Logistics Group traversed through slippery mud and grass while heading toward wooden walls for cover during a fire and...
Final reunion of 1st Special Basic Class of 1950 Oct. 22, 2018, Marine Corps Base Quantico
He found himself walking a ridgeline, traversing through frost-biting air and shoveling through snow waist-deep in enemy territory. They decided to stop for the night, but he...
Marines wrap-up aid work more than 4 months after Fuego eruption Oct. 22, 2018, Marine Corps Forces South
On June 3 of this year, the Fuego volcano, which lies near Guatemala City, erupted sending ash and a pyroclastic flow through homes and neighborhoods. By June 5, ninety-nine...
WWII Marine veteran finally comes home Oct. 21, 2018, Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton
Pauline Stewart was 13 years old and sitting in class, when a teacher stated that a “military man” wanted to speak to her. This is how the now 82 year old, remembers the day...
24th MEU capabilities on display in Iceland Oct. 19, 2018, 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit
The 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit executed an air assault rehearsal aboard Keflavik Air Base, Iceland Oct. 17. The rehearsal was conducted in Iceland in order for the 24th...
Marine Corps upgrades GCSS-MC, reduces time from data to decision Oct. 17, 2018, Marine Corps Systems Command
The Marine Corps has an improved reporting tool that will come in handy for supply and maintenance activities, increase readiness and offer customization to fit Marines’...
The Marine Corps Combat Pistol Program Oct. 16, 2018, III Marine Expeditionary Force
Every Marine is a rifleman. This is evident in every photo of a Marine donning the service alpha uniform, courtesy of the shimmering marksmanship badge over their left breast...
TARGETS: Maintaining confidence for combat readiness Oct. 15, 2018, Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton
Now is not the time to be nervous. What if I don’t qualify? I’ll never see corporal. Okay, okay, okay… remember what you were taught. 300-yard line equals the tip of the post,...
Marine credits triathlons for making him a better warfighter Oct. 9, 2018, Marine Corps Systems Command
After finishing his second Boston Marathon five years ago, Maj. Ken Parisi, a logistics specialist at Marine Corps Systems Command, wanted to tackle a new challenge –...
U.S., Philippines and Japan conduct amphibious landing in the Philippines Oct. 8, 2018, 3rd Marine Expeditionary Brigade
U.S. and Philippine Marines aboard U.S. assault amphibious vehicles launched from the U.S. Navy’s USS Ashland and Philippine Navy’s BRP Davao del Sur as part of a...