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Apr 8, 2015

April Donor Spotlight: Don Hall

The legendary yellow footprints at Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island are...
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“Reality of Battle”: A Tour of the Battle of Okinawa

The island of Okinawa has come to hold a special place in the hearts of countless Marines who have been...
  • Defense Acquisitions

    The purpose of this article is to associate the practicality of operating within the Department of Defense (DoD) an acquisition process in the same manner used to plan to fight the enemy. Nestled within the...

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Apr 13, 2015 | Space-A Travel
( Ed Note: A great perk for military retired folk is being able to fly on military aircraft. This series highlights trips all over the world thanks to military flight and a lot of perseverance. Enjoy). Our 2009 sojourn to Europe via space-a military aircraft began with a week-long visit to Crete,...

The Gazette Blog

Mar 24, 2015 | Okinawa
U.S. Marine reinforcements wade ashore to support the beachhead on Okinawa, 1 April 1945. Throughout this year, we are commemorating the final battles of World War II, and for Marines in particular, we are commemorating the final battles in the Pacific theater of war. In February, we commemorated...

Marine Corps History

Today in History

April 19


Marines participated in the USS Ranger’s capturing and sinking of a British schooner off the coast of Ireland.

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This Month in History

The Corps' first Medal of Honor winner, a 27-year-old corporal, received his award from President Abraham Lincoln.

From the waning days of the American Revolution, when Gen George Washington awarded a...