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    We Remember

    We Remember

    09.10.2021 | Video by Lance Cpl. Jareka Curtis
    6th Marine Corps District Sgt. Maj., Sgt. Maj. Frank Robinson, shares a message in commemoration of the 20th Anniversary of the attacks on 9/11....

    Recent News Stories

    Creating a Legacy

    Creating a Legacy

    09.28.2021 | Story by Cpl. Dylan Walters
    LEXINGTON, S.C.-- Ever since Sgt. Jonathan Mendozacorona witnessed the decision his parents made leaving their well-paying jobs in Mexico City, MX...
    Proving Them Wrong

    Proving Them Wrong

    08.26.2021 | Story by Cpl. Dylan Walters
    Staff Sgt. Britny Brown saw her aunt as one of her biggest role models growing up. Brown said she most admired the way she carried herself and...
    The Third Option

    The Third Option

    03.23.2021 | Story by Sgt. Erin Morejon
    MARINE CORPS AIR STATION BEAUFORT, S.C. – When young men and women sign a four to five-year active duty Marine Corps contract, they take an oath...

    Puerto Rico Student Receives NROTC Scholarship

    02.05.2021 | Story by Staff Sgt. Andy Orozco
    Fort Lauderdale, Fla –The Marines have been known as the “The Few. The Proud.” since the slogan was adopted in 1977. While those who claim the title of Marine make up less than 1% the nation’s population, there are even fewer who earn the opportunity to lead Marines as commissioned officers. There are many paths to becoming a United States Marine Corps Officer. One of those is through the, Marine Option Naval Reserve Officers Training...

    To The People Who've Changed Us

    02.17.2021 | Story by 1st Lt. Mackenzie Margroum
    A letter from a United States Marine to the individual(s) that facilitated in their journey to become a Marine. The letter brings attention to the latest inductees to the 6th Marine Corps District's 8412 Hall of Fame-- Master Gunnery Sgt. Javier Hidalgo, Master Gunnery Sgt. Elvis Johnbaptiste, Master Gunnery Sgt. Paul Davis, and Master Gunnery Sgt. Michael Lawrence.