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    Echo Company CFT

    Echo Company CFT

    05.20.2022 | Photo by Cpl. Grace Kindred
    U.S. Marine Corps recruits with Echo Company, 2nd Recruit Training Battalion, begin a run during the Combat Fitness Test (CFT) at Marine Corps...
    Manny Monday

    Manny Monday

    05.20.2022 | Photo by Lance Cpl. Cristian Torres
    U.S Marine Corps Cpl. Manny, the mascot of Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego, participates in a group photo at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San...
    Lima Company 5K Hike

    Lima Company 5K Hike

    05.17.2022 | Photo by Lance Cpl. Max Noel
    A U.S. Marine Corps drill instructor with Lima Company, 3rd Recruit Training Battalion, helps adjust a recruit’s pack during a 5 -kilometer hike...

    Recent Videos

    Marine Mom :15 seconds

    Marine Mom :15 seconds

    05.08.2022 | Video by Sgt. Kyle McNan
    Christine Santana reflects about her three children joining the U.S. Marine Corps in Rockhill, South Carolina, May 8, 2022. Santana is the mother...
    Mother's Day

    Mother's Day

    05.06.2022 | Video by Nicholas Groesch
    Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego appreciates mothers at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego, California, May 6, 2022. (U.S. Marine Corps...
    MCRD Fire House (Short)

    MCRD Fire House (Short)

    05.03.2022 | Video by Brandon Williams
    Civilians with the Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego Fire Station explain what a day in their life is like at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San...
    MCRD Fire House

    MCRD Fire House

    05.02.2022 | Video by Nicholas Groesch
    Civilians with the Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego Fire Station explain what a day in their life is like at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San...

    Recent News Stories

    U.S. Marine Corps and Navy service members work...

    04.30.2022 | Story by Lance Cpl. Elliott Flood-Johnson
    Over 120,000 people have been laid to rest at the Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery in Point Loma, California, and a part of paying homage to them includes a process that is handled with care, devotion and respect. Marines and Navy Corpsman with the MCRD San Diego Single Marine Program, along with volunteers from the Rotary Club of San Diego, worked together restoring the headstones and cemetery grounds for the annual Rotarians At Work Day...

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