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Chesty XIV Promotion Chesty XIV Promotion
Cpl. Chesty XIV, Marine Corps mascot, gets promoted during a ceremony at Marine Barracks Washington, D.C., Aug. 29, 2014. Cpl. Chesty XIV was promoted by Gen. James...
A Long Way from Home A Long Way from Home
Cpl. Megan Hancock, a native of Sheridan, Ill., has been a reproductions specialist at Marine Barracks Washington, D.C., since 2012, Aug. 26, 2014. As with many other...
Powering the Barracks Powering the Barracks
Sgt. Katie Maynard, a native of Hancock, Mich., is part of the Marine Barracks Washington, D.C., S-3 operations center, Aug. 21, 2014. The S-3 at the Barracks is...
Marine Aide Program Marine Aide Program
Cpl. Michael Haynes, member of the Marine Aide Program, prepares a food platter at Marine Barracks Washington, D.C., prior to the start of a Tuesday Sunset Parade,...
Forging a Leader Forging a Leader
Cpl. Andre Brown, Marine Barracks Washington, D.C. administrative clerk, dreams of teaching high school history after he leaves the Marine Corps. For now, he is...
Medal of Honor Flag Presentation Ceremony | June 20, 2014 Medal of Honor Flag Presentation Ceremony | June 20, 2014
Master Sgt. Keith Martinez, drum major for the United States Marine Drum & Bugle Corps, performs during a parade for Cpl. Kyle Carpenter, Medal of Honor recipient, at...


Recent Video

Marine Corps Mascot, Chesty XIV, Promotion to Corporal BROLL Marine Corps Mascot, Chesty XIV, Promotion to Corporal BROLL
Cpl. Chesty XIV, Marine Corps mascot, gets promoted during a ceremony at Marine Barracks Washington, D.C., Aug. 29, 2014. Cpl. Chesty XIV was promoted by Gen. James...
Guard Company Grenade Range Guard Company Grenade Range
Guard Company from Marine Barracks Washington, D.C., went to Range 8A on Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va., to maintain proficiency with the M67 grenade, Aug. 20.
U.S. Marine Drum & Bugle Corps at Drum Corps International U.S. Marine Drum & Bugle Corps at Drum Corps International
A selection of video clips taken of the U.S. Marine Drum & Bugle Corps practicing and performing at Drum Corps International in Indianapolis, Ind. Also available in...
U.S. Marine Drum & Bugle Corps at Drum Corps International U.S. Marine Drum & Bugle Corps at Drum Corps International
The U.S. Marine Drum & Bugle Corps performs in exhibition at the Drum Corps International competition held in Indianapolis, Ind. Sgt. Christopher Flores of...
Center House Center House
Center House holds artifacts and traditions cherished by Marine Barracks Washington, D.C., and the Marine Corps in general. There is a sound bite from Capt. Jeffrey...
Body Bearers Body Bearers
The Body Bearers at Marine Barracks Washington, D.C., are tasked with the solemn job of laying Marines to rest at Arlington National Cemetery. This video highlights...


Recent News Stories

A Long Way from Home A Long Way from Home
Fresh dew wets the grass as the sun slowly rises over the countryside. The only sounds that can be heard are birds chirping and a lawnmower in the distance. It is a...
Powering the Barracks Powering the Barracks
Marine Barracks Washington, D.C., supports events throughout the National Capital Region every day. With thousands of ceremonies and training exercises every year, it...
Marine Aide Program Marine Aide Program
The morning sun is just beginning to rise as Cpl. Michael Haynes enters the gate at Marine Barracks Washington, D.C., and heads straight for his kitchen workspace.
Forging a Leader Forging a Leader
For more than two centuries, the Corps has produced countless leaders who have excelled both in and out of the military. That legacy continues today with thousands of...
Guam Native, Marine Brigadier General Laid to Rest Guam Native, Marine Brigadier General Laid to Rest
During World War II, Guam was occupied by the Japanese. It was the only U.S. territory to be under enemy occupation during the war.
The Flanders Field Project The Flanders Field Project
Nine Marines from Marine Barracks Washington, D.C., participated in the Flanders Field Project at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History here Nov. 12.


Recent Audio

Capt. David Bouchard
Capt. David Bouchard talks to a Reminder Press, Inc. reporter about his appointment to commander, his duties and responsibilities and being a Marine. Audio only.
Capt. David Bouchard
Capt. David Bouchard talks to a Reminder Press, Inc. reporter about his appointment to commander, his duties and responsibilities and being a Marine. Audio only.
Sgt. Bobby Kling
Sgt. Bobby Kling, from Festus, Mo., talks to a KJFF-AM reporter about why he was awarded a Purple Heart medal.


Recent Publications

Pass in Review Magazine - 06.30.2013
Pass in Review Magazine - 06.30.2013
This issue of the Pass in Review covers April through June. It highlights "Legacy, The Select Few of the 'Oldest Post'" a story about the legacy that Barracks Marines have...
Pass in Review Magazine - 03.31.2013
Pass in Review Magazine - 03.31.2013
This issue of the Pass in Review covers January through March. It highlights "The Barracks Newest Resident," a story about Marine Barracks Washington, D.C., welcoming the...
Pass in Review Magazine - 12.31.2012
Pass in Review Magazine - 12.31.2012
This issue of the Pass in Review covers October through December. It highlights "Our First Lady: Bonnie Amos," a look into the live of the first lady of the Marine Corps.
Pass in Review Magazine - 09.30.2012
Pass in Review Magazine - 09.30.2012
This issue of the Pass in Review covers October through December. It highlights "Living History:The Montford Point Marines," a story told by recollections of five Montford...
Pass in Review Magazine - 06.30.2012
Pass in Review Magazine - 06.30.2012
This issue of the Pass in Review covers October through December. It highlights "Overseas with the BCD," a story highlighting the Battle Color Detachment Marines traveling...
Pass in Review Magazine - 01.31.2012
Pass in Review Magazine - 01.31.2012
This issue of the Pass in Review covers October through December. It highlights "The last to you down," a story covering our body bearer section of less than 24 Marines...