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    • First Special Basic Class Reunion (1950)

      First Special Basic Class Reunion (1950)

      This page is to highlight the first Special Basic Class of 1950's final reunion. Twenty-one members, including Senator John Warner plan on meeting in the Washington, D.C. area for this reunion, which includes a Pentagon visit and a trip to Marine Corps Base Quantico and the National Museum of the Marine Corps.

    • Groberg  Medal of Honor

      Groberg Medal of Honor

      U.S. Army Capt. Florent Groberg was awarded the Medal of Honor Nov. 12, 2015, for actions during a combat engagement in Kunar province, Afghanistan, Aug. 8, 2012. Capt. Groberg was the commander of a personal security detail for the 4th Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, when he and another Soldier, Sgt. Andrew Mahoney, identified and tackled a suicide bomber, saving the lives of the...

    • House of Wolverine

      House of Wolverine

      USS Gerald R. Ford's (CVN 78) virtual tour program. An inside look at the 23 new technologies that make up the first-in-class warship, and the Sailors who operate and maintain that equipment.

    • II Marine Expeditionary Force Motivator of the Week

      II Marine Expeditionary Force Motivator of the Week

      The Motivator of the Week title is awarded each week to Marines and Sailors of II Marine Expeditionary Force’s subordinate commands and element who are resilient and exceptional in their professional performance. The MOW highlights the unsung heroes of II MEF.

    • II MEF Information Group Motivator of the Week

      II MEF Information Group Motivator of the Week

      A collection of imagery dedicated to highlighting the unsung heroes of II MEF Information Group. Each week, a Marine or Sailor is chosen from within II MIG in an effort to showcase those that accomplish the mission and who may not normally receive recognition for their efforts.

    • John Glenn

      John Glenn

      A Marine legend passed away December 8, 2016. Col John H. Glenn Jr. — an astronaut, a senator, a Marine — died at the age of 95. Upon completing his training in 1943, Glenn served as a fighter pilot in WWII and the Korean War. For his service in 149 combat missions in two wars, he received numerous honors, including the Distinguished Flying Cross (six occasions) and the Air Medal with...

    • Justice Ginsburg Memorial DoD Support

      Justice Ginsburg Memorial DoD Support

      Defense Department support to the funeral in honor of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. For more information please contact the Military District of Washington, Public Affairs Office at (703) 835-6561.

    • Kettles Medal of Honor

      Kettles Medal of Honor

      Retired U.S. Army Lt. Col. Charles Kettles was awarded the Medal of Honor July 18, 2016, for his actions while serving as a Flight Commander assigned to the 176th Aviation Company (Airmobile) (Light), 14th Combat Aviation Battalion, Americal Division. Then-Maj. Kettles distinguished himself in combat operations near Duc Pho, Republic of Vietnam, on May 15, 1967. He led a platoon of UH-1D...