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Marine Barracks Washington, D.C.

8th & I

"Oldest Post of the Corps"
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Republic of Korea Commandant Visits DC November 18, 2003 — The leaders of two of the world's most premier fighting forces met in Washington, D.C., Nov. 18 to honor and celebrate their collective history.Republic of Korea Marine Commandant, Lt. Gen. In-sik Kim and U.S. Marine Commandant, Gen. Michael W. Hagee were accompanied by Marine Barracks Commanding Officer, Col. Daniel P. O'Brien during visits to the MORE
Tun Tavern II- FBI visits Marine Barracks November 14, 2003 — For more than 228 years, Marines have taken time to pause and reflect upon the heralded history of the Corps during birthday celebrations worldwide.  Marines past and present take time to remember those who have gone before them recalling to mind acts of courage and kindness from the few and the proud.  It is said "once a Marine always a Marine," MORE
Great sense of pride;Barracks Marines remember birth, sacrfices November 10, 2003 — On Nov. 10, 1775, an act by the Continental Congress established the Continental Marines, giving rise to the United States Marine Corps. Two hundred and twenty eight years later, the Corps is stronger than ever; Marines never forgetting to remember those who have gone before and thanking them for what they've done.For leathernecks stationed at MORE