Our History – Our Service

By Rosa Osborn In 2010, as a warrant officer and several years in the Marine Corps, I thought I knew…

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The Female Veteran

The Female Veteran Unique Service and Needs By Micaila Britto As you walk down the streets of your town every day,…

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PTSD

Post-traumatic Stress Disorder: More Than Just Anxiety By Micaila Britto You hear a noise, which takes you back to a time…

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Celebrating Hispanic Heritage

 Celebrating Hispanic Heritage  By Sabrina Messenger    In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month which is observed each year from September…

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The History of Operation Caring Friends

Operation Caring Friends (OCF) was started in 2002 as a way to send our servicemen and women “a taste of…

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Marines Won’t Let Women in the Infantry Until at Least 2015

By Dan Lamothe Marine Corps Times Staff writer The Marine Corps won’t allow women to serve in the infantry until…

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Michigan Marine Helps RCT

By Sgt Ned Johnson CAMP LEATHERNECK, Afghanistan— Before a deployment, Marines train with their units, establish relationships and build camaraderie….

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Our Marines, Memorial Day and Beyond

The reasons for joining the Marine Corps is unique to each Marine. Their love of family, Country, and Corps culminated…

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Women Marines Association 27th Biennial Convention and Professional Development Conference

Event:   Women Marines Association 27th Biennial Convention and Professional Development ConferenceWhen:  August 31 – September 4th 2012 Where:  Hyatt Regency…

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Happy Thanksgiving From Afghanistan

By Sgt T. Wilson Hey everyone,          I’m just getting back from what we call reset. Female marines can not…

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Hello from Afghanistan

By Sgt T. Wilson 11Nov2011 Wow. it really has been a not very interesting week. The Marines that are here…

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Life as a FET 2

By Sgt T. Wilson We have had some interesting experience since I last wrote. We had to go console the…

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