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U.S. Marine Corps Cpl. Karissa Tanguay-Jones, a native of Colorado Springs, Colorado, sits in the back of an MV-22 Osprey during a recent training flight in California. Tanguay-Jones stars in "A Nation's Call," the latest advertisement released under the Marine Corps' “Battles Won” strategy. The commercial unfolds by showcasing the full power of the United States Marine Corps engaged in an assault mission. Depicting a 5th Generation Marine Corps operation (naval integration, ship-to-objective, technology-fueled). As the Marines move toward the objective, each layer of ships, tanks, armored vehicles, planes and helicopters is removed. This visual story, in combination with the voiceover, will communicate and emphasize to the audience that, when the Nation faces any battle, the Marines themselves—with their fighting spirit—are the greatest weapon in the United States Marine Corps’ arsenal.
180203-M-PH073-585.JPG Photo By: Staff Sgt. Bryan Nygaard

Feb 5, 2018
QUANTICO, VA - U.S. Marine Corps Cpl. Karissa Tanguay-Jones, a native of Colorado Springs, Colorado, sits in the back of an MV-22 Osprey during a recent training flight in California. Tanguay-Jones stars in "A Nation's Call," the latest advertisement released under the Marine Corps' “Battles Won” strategy. The commercial unfolds by showcasing the full power of the United States Marine Corps engaged in an assault mission. Depicting a 5th Generation Marine Corps operation (naval integration, ship-to-objective, technology-fueled). As the Marines move toward the objective, each layer of ships, tanks, armored vehicles, planes and helicopters is removed. This visual story, in combination with the voiceover, will communicate and emphasize to the audience that, when the Nation faces any battle, the Marines themselves—with their fighting spirit—are the greatest weapon in the United States Marine Corps’ arsenal.


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