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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Kay Reeb – WMA National Chaplain

Kay Reeb has served as the Senior Naval Science Instructor of the NavyJunior Reserve Officer Training Corps at Curtis High…

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Female Marine Officer Leaves Lasting Legacy

Female Marine Officer Leaves Lasting Legacy Almost a decade has past since the death of U.S. Marine Maj. Megan M….

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Tawanda “Tee” Hanible

A Marine Way of Life It was after a successful tour on recruiting that GySgt Tee Hanible found her calling of…

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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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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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Fallen Warrior Women Marines Memorial Scholarship

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

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On Iraq’s Front Lines, It’s ‘A Woman Thing’

  Despite ban on women in combat, the front line in Iraq is everywhere Tuesday, June 28, 2005; Posted: 12:00…

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Defense.gov News Article: Face of Defense: Marine Serves as Gunner, ‘Lioness’ in Iraq

Face of Defense: Marine Serves as Gunner, ‘Lioness’ in Iraq By Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Melissa Latty Special to American…

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