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    • Soccer: Still Kicking in the Military

      Soccer: Still Kicking in the Military

      This page features military members who excel in soccer or who are interested in the game. It also highlights base visits from soccer celebrities.

      Some of the units featured include the 1st MLG and 1st Battalion, 4th Infantry Regiment.

    • Montford Point Marines

      Montford Point Marines

      In 1942, President Franklin D. Roosevelt established a presidential directive allowing African Americans to be recruited in the Marine Corps. African American recruits were not trained at Parris Island or San Diego, but were segregated and received basic training at Montford Point, a facility at Camp Lejeune, N.C. From 1942-1949, approximately 20,000 African American recruits received training...

    • Pacific Partnership

      Pacific Partnership

      Pacific Partnership is the U. S. Navy's humanitarian and civic assistance mission conducted with and through partner nations, non-governmental organizations and other U.S. and international government agencies to execute a variety of humanitarian civic action missions in the Pacific Fleet area of responsibility. Pacific Partnership is designed to strengthen alliances, improve U.S. and partner...

    • U.S. MARINES INVOLVED IN COMBAT OPERATIONS

      U.S. MARINES INVOLVED IN COMBAT OPERATIONS

      This gallery features some of the best imagery and video of Marines actively involved in firefights with the enemy.

    • Javelin Thrust 2012

      Javelin Thrust 2012

      Javelin Thrust is the largest annual U.S. Marine Corps Reserve training exercise, with more than 5,000 Marines participating from units across the United States.

      The purpose of Javelin Thrust 2012 is to prepare the 1st MEB (Marine Expeditionary Brigade) command element for employment as a joint task force headquarters while simultaneously training selected MARFORRES (Marine Forces Reserve)...

    • Marine Corps Expeditionary Energy

      Marine Corps Expeditionary Energy

      In March 2011, CMC issued the “Marine Corps Expeditionary Energy Strategy and Implementation Plan” to change the way we use energy. This is a “bases-to-battlefield” strategy, which means all Marines will be trained to understand the relationship between resource efficiency and combat effectiveness. Throughout the last decade of combat operations, we have become more lethal, yet we have...