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U.S. Marine Corps Gunnery Sgt. Michael D. Watts, mess chief, with 2nd Battalion 2nd Marine Division, and Kayla Shaffer, a student at Johnson and Wales University, compete in a cooking competition during Marine Week in Charlotte, N.C., Sept. 7, 2018. Marines, local chefs and students from Johnson and Wales University participate in a culinary competition using items from meals ready to eat during Marine Week Charlotte. Marine Week Charlotte is an opportunity for the people of the greater Charlotte area to meet Marines and learn about the Marine Corps’ history, traditions and value to the nation. - U.S. Marine Corps Gunnery Sgt. Michael D. Watts, mess chief, with 2nd Battalion 2nd Marine Division, and Kayla Shaffer, a student at Johnson and Wales University, compete in a cooking competition during Marine Week in Charlotte, N.C., Sept. 7, 2018. Marines, local chefs and students from Johnson and Wales University participate in a culinary competition using items from meals ready to eat during Marine Week Charlotte. Marine Week Charlotte is an opportunity for the people of the greater Charlotte area to meet Marines and learn about the Marine Corps’ history, traditions and value to the nation.

U.S. Navy Hospital Corpsmen 2nd Class Aaron Johnson with Task Force Koa Moana 22, I Marine Expeditionary Force, demonstrates the different parts of his multi-tool to a camper participating in the Division of Juvenile Justice’s Omesuub Ngosisechakl Emesmechokl Law Enforcement Explorers Program in Ngeremlengui, Republic of Palau, June 23, 2022. Omesuub Ngosisechakl Emesmechokl in the native language translates to learning, teaching and discipline, traits that are exemplified by the Marines and Sailors strengthening U.S. partnerships through subject matter expert exchanges. Named “Koa Moana,” after a Hawaiian/Polynesian phrase meaning “ocean warrior,” the task force fosters peace and security, builds relationships, and supports an international rules-based order that benefits the Indo-Pacific region. - U.S. Navy Hospital Corpsmen 2nd Class Aaron Johnson with Task Force Koa Moana 22, I Marine Expeditionary Force, demonstrates the different parts of his multi-tool to a camper participating in the Division of Juvenile Justice’s Omesuub Ngosisechakl Emesmechokl Law Enforcement Explorers Program in Ngeremlengui, Republic of Palau, June 23, 2022. Omesuub Ngosisechakl Emesmechokl in the native language translates to learning, teaching and discipline, traits that are exemplified by the Marines and Sailors strengthening U.S. partnerships through subject matter expert exchanges. Named “Koa Moana,” after a Hawaiian/Polynesian phrase meaning “ocean warrior,” the task force fosters peace and security, builds relationships, and supports an international rules-based order that benefits the Indo-Pacific region.

Gen. David Berger, 38th Commandant of the Marine Corps, signed Marine Corps Doctrinal Publication 8, Information publishing the Corps newest doctrine, June 29, 2022.The release of MCDP 8, Information marks the establishment of the first capstone service doctrine to describe the purpose and mechanics of the Marine Corps’ seventh warfighting function, Information. Deputy Commandant for Information developed the publication in coordination with Doctrine Branch, Policy and Standards Division, Training and Education Command. - Gen. David Berger, 38th Commandant of the Marine Corps, signed Marine Corps Doctrinal Publication 8, Information publishing the Corps newest doctrine, June 29, 2022.The release of MCDP 8, Information marks the establishment of the first capstone service doctrine to describe the purpose and mechanics of the Marine Corps’ seventh warfighting function, Information. Deputy Commandant for Information developed the publication in coordination with Doctrine Branch, Policy and Standards Division, Training and Education Command.

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