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    MMOA Roadshow 2021

    MMOA Roadshow 2021

    08.17.2021 | Photo by Maj. Jordan Cochran
    Maj. Kenneth Jackson, Company Grade Combat Arms monitor, addresses officers at the Manpower Management Officer Assignment road show at Paradise...


    01.10.2020 | Photo by 2nd Lt. Isaac Lamberth
    Lt. Cmder. Wendy Cacioppo, and her mother-in-law Judy, pin on lieutenant colonel oak leaves onto her husband, John Cacioppo during a promotion...

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    Manpower Holds Annual Town Hall

    11.09.2023 | Story by 2nd Lt. Chase Fortier
    QUANTICO, Va. โ€” The Deputy Commandant for Manpower and Reserve Affairs hosted his annual town hall for all Marine and Civilian Marine M&RA staff, at Little Hall Theater, Oct. 31, covering a range of topics, including a review of the previous yearโ€™s priorities of innovation and transparency, his own leadership philosophy, current M&RA programs, and priorities for the coming year.

    Deputy Commandant, M&RA Recognizes Exceptional...

    11.09.2023 | Story by 2nd Lt. Chase Fortier
    QUANTICO, Va. โ€” On Oct. 31, Lt. Gen. James F. Glynn, Deputy Commandant for Manpower and Reserve Affairs, held an all-hands town hall meeting for the M&RA staff at Little Hall theater, during which he recognized several staff members who embodied tenets of his philosophy. Glynnโ€™s personal philosophy is a collection of ideals and values that he found useful over the years. The list includes points such as โ€œbe what right looks like,โ€...

    2022 Commandant's Retention Program

    08.09.2022 | Story by Maj. Jordan Cochran
    July 31, 2022 marked the end of the inaugural Commandant's Retention Program for FY23. The program opened on June 17, 2022 and offered a streamlined retention process and enhanced incentives for the Corps' top-performing first-Term Marines. The CRP has exceeded all expectation and has been a tremendous success.

    U.S. Marine Corps Announces 2022 DoD Warrior Games Team

    06.17.2022 | Story by Maj. Jordan Cochran
    Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va. โ€“ Approximately 250 wounded, ill, and injured service members and veterans will participate in the annual Department of Defense Warrior Games at ESPN Wide World of Sports in Orlando, Florida, from August 19-28. Participants will represent teams from the U.S. Marine Corps, Navy, Army, Air Force, Space Force, Special Operations Command, and the international team from Canada.