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    Parris Island, SC, US  

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    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.

    Clover Native Awarded NROTC Scholarship

    02.11.2021 | Story by Sgt. Erin Morejon
    CLOVER, S.C. -- The Naval Reserve Training Corps Scholarship is a highly competitive and sought after opportunity available to those interested in serving as Navy or Marine Corps officers. This year, Isaiah Morton, a senior at Clover High School, was one of the applicants.

    Communication, care, and compassion carries the...

    01.25.2021 | Story by Sgt. Shellie Hall
    Recruiting duty is one of the most challenging obligations a Marine and their family may face during their military career. Working excess of 60 hours a week to find the next generation of Marines who meet strict standards and uphold the Corps’ values of honor, courage and commitment can be taxing on more than just the Marines, but their families included. Gunnery Sgt. Sean Curb, the station commander of Recruiting Substation Houma,...

    From Wedding Shoes to Combat Boots

    01.12.2021 | Story by Sgt. Warren Smith
    KENNESAW, GA – Making the commitment to go to Officer Candidates School and ultimately commission in the U.S. Marine Corps is a rare feat. Making that commitment while married and as a couple? Nearly unheard of; for David and Brianna Whitehead they did just that.