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Marine Corps Institute Conducts Battle Field Study, Hones Training September 10, 2014 — Since February 1920, the Marine Corps Institute has facilitated the training and education of individual Marines, anywhere and anytime. To that end, MCI ensures access to products and provides opportunities to improve performance,  enhance Professional Military Education, and provide promotion opportunities working in conjunction with Marine Corps MORE
A Company of Many Talents September 09, 2014 — The marching Marines of Marine Barracks Washington, D.C. are probably best known for their precision drill and ceremonial excellence. But for many of them, their talents extend beyond the parade deck. For several Marines in Alpha Company, this talent is music. Lance Cpl. Josh Wiggins, a marcher with 1st Platoon from Nashville, Tenn., began playing MORE
An Introspective Look at Joining Marine Barracks Washington, D.C. August 28, 2014 — When I received orders to Marine Barracks Washington, D.C., I was overwhelmed and intimidated at first. “How is this possible?” “Why me?” “Am I ready for this?” Were the questions that plagued my mind. Considered hallowed grounds amongst most Marines, I was shocked that the Corps would consider me worthy of this distinct honor. Like most Marines I MORE
A Long Way from Home August 28, 2014 — Fresh dew wets the grass as the sun slowly rises over the countryside. The only sounds that can be heard are birds chirping and a lawnmower in the distance. It is a sharp contrast from the fast-paced life of Washington, D.C.            This is the type of difference Cpl. Megan Hancock, a native of Sheridan, Ill., has had to adjust to when she moved MORE
Ceremonial marchers improve infantry skills August 26, 2014 — The primary mission of a Marine rifle squad is to locate, close with and destroy the enemy by fire and maneuver or to repel his assault by fire and close combat. Without a set of complementary warfighting skills, though, infantry units of all sizes would be unable to destroy any enemy.Marines from 3rd Platoon, Company B, Marine Barracks Washington, MORE
Powering the Barracks August 21, 2014 — Marine Barracks Washington, D.C., supports events throughout the National Capital Region every day. With thousands of ceremonies and training exercises every year, it takes a dedicated team to make sure everything goes smoothly.            The Marines in the operations section, known as the S-3, at the Barracks coordinate what Marines and materials MORE
Marine Aide Program August 07, 2014 — The morning sun is just beginning to rise as Cpl. Michael Haynes enters the gate at Marine Barracks Washington, D.C., and heads straight for his kitchen workspace.            He will spend the next several hours preparing food for an event hosted by a general officer later that evening.            Haynes is one of only 21 Marines in the entire MORE
Commandant promotes new chaplain of the Marine Corps July 28, 2014 — Capt. Brent W. Scott was promoted to the rank of rear admiral by the commandant of the Marine Corps and assumed his duties as 19th chaplain of the Marine Corps/deputy chief of Navy chaplains at Marine Barracks Washington, July 25.During his remarks, Gen. James Amos, Commandant of the Marine Corps, welcomed Scott back to the Marine Corps after MORE
Forging leaders July 25, 2014 — For more than two centuries, the Corps has produced countless leaders who have excelled both in and out of the military. That legacy continues today with thousands of young men and women within its ranks rising up to become leaders.    Cpl. Andre Brown is one of those people the Corps is shaping into a mentor and leader.    Growing up, Brown, a MORE
Patterns of excellence April 02, 2014 — Staff Sgt. Sean Yates is a firm believer in standing out amongst his peers and being known for going above and beyond. Doing so has paid off.Yates, a 27-year-old Puyallup, Wash., native and a former member of the Color Guard section, was meritoriously promoted to his current rank April 2, after spending just 8 months as a sergeant. “It’s well MORE

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