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    Marine Corps Recruiting Command      

    Quantico, VA, US  

    Marines recognized at CMC Combined Awards Ceremony

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    Remembering to Breathe

    Remembering to Breathe

    02.21.2020 | Photo by Sgt. Juan Madrigal
    U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Thomas Zandate, a recruiter with Recruiting Substation Pomona, Recruiting Station Riverside, 12th Marine Corps District,...

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    U.S. Marine Provides Lifesaving Act at High School...

    02.26.2020 | Story by Sgt. Emily Kirk
    No medical emergency can be foreseen, but when amid a life-threating situation, immediate action can be a vital element in saving a life. While at a career fair at John Burroughs High School, Marine Sergeant Michael Delgado’s quick thinking helped save a woman’s life as she tripped on the uneven floor and hit her throat on the edge of a nearby chair. Delgado was attending the career fair as a canvassing recruiter on February 20, 2020.

    MCRD San Diego Band- San Antonio Day One B-Roll

    02.18.2020 | Story by Lance Cpl. simon saravia
    Marine Corps Brass Band San Diego Performs at Southwest Legacy and Webster Grove High School, San Antonio, Texas, Feb. 18, 2020. The Brass Band is on tour to help spread awareness of the Marine Corps musical career fields and opportunities. (U.S. Marine Corps video by Lance Cpl. Simon Saravia)

    From Marcus Garvey Houses to the Marines

    02.06.2020 | Story by Sgt. Maverick Mejia
    It is well known that it takes hard work and dedication to earn the title “Marine” at recruit training. But for some, they must overcome seemingly insurmountable obstacles just to stand on the famed yellow footprints. Staff Sergeant Oscar Hayott, a recruiter serving with Recruiting Station New York, persevered through a particularly challenging upbringing and has since thrived as a United States Marine.