The 2014-15 Dedicated Member Campaign has begun. This year you can designate where your contribution goes. Your name and dedication will also appear in the Annual Conference Journal at the end of the year:
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Marine Corps TimesIn strategy shift, Marines create new command posts for Africa, AmericasMarine Corps TimesBig changes to the Marine Corps' command structure are coming this summer. With the 2014 exit from Afghanistan allowing the Marines to emphasize presence and partnerships in Europe, Africa and the Americas, the Corps plans to create two new general ...and more »
Marine Corps TimesNew high-techs tools aim to lighten Marines' gearMarine Corps TimesFor example, if the Marine Corps needs to design a nob on a hatch that all healthy Marines are capable of turning, designers can produce a prototype and attach it to the machine. They can then test a pool of Marines reflective of the […]
Marine Corps TimesDecisions loom after Marine infantry officer experiment endsMarine Corps TimesMarine 1st Lt. Sage Santangelo, who attempted IOC in early 2014 and later wrote a widely read opinion editorial arguing that female volunteers should be allowed to re-attempt the course, told Marine Corps Times that the service should continue giving ...Equal but Inferior: Transforming America's […]
Page SixDonald Trump honored at Marine Corps charity galaPage SixDonald Trump pledged at the Marine Corps-Law Enforcement Foundation gala he'd give $100,000 to the charity. Trump unveiled the donation during his speech at the Waldorf Astoria, where he was honored with Col. G.F. Robert Hanke. More than 700 ...
WCTI12.comMCAS New River dedicates new hangar, largest in Marine CorpsWCTI12.comThe massive structure is 1,300 feet long - or a quarter of a mile. It offers more than 150,000 square feet of hangar space and nearly 100,000 square feet of office space. "It is a tremendous capability that the Marine Corps has gained, "Marine Corps ...New […]
Marine Corps TimesPhotos: The Marine Corps' ongoing mission in IraqMarine Corps TimesThe footprint is smaller, and the mission limited. But Marines are officially back in Iraq — and some say U.S. troops could end up deploying there for decades. Officials have been tight-lipped about exactly how many of the roughly 3,000 U.S. troops ...
Marine Corps TimesMarine cited for Iraq embassy mission amid ISIS advanceMarine Corps TimesA Marine Corps infantry officer who led a tense embassy-security mission in Iraq amid the Islamic State group's rise is this year's recipient of the service's prestigious Leftwich Trophy. Maj. Daniel Grainger served as the commander of Bravo Company ...