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Lessons learned in the Marine Corps create leaders on and off the battlefield.

Anchor to WindwardSara W. BockLeatherneck May 2020For Former Secretary of the Navy and U.S. Senator John W. Warner, service in both the Navy and Marine Corps charted his course for a lifetime of service in public office.
Call Sign ChaosCol Mary H. Reinwald, USMC (Ret)Leatherneck October 2019Lessons on Leadership from an Iconic 21st Century Marine
Charting Their Own CoursesSara W. BockLeatherneck
February 2019
For Marine Veteran Entrepreneurs, Service Lays the Framework for Success
Colonel Ray Kelly, USMC to NYPDCWO-4 Randy Gaddo, USMC (Ret)Leatherneck June 2014
“Big Apple” Police Chief Applied Corps’ Lessons
From Marine to “Maverick” Sara W. BockLeatherneck June 2015Mets’ Sandy Alderson visits Marines, shares how his Corps experience shaped him
Impartial, Fair, and ObjectiveArthur P. Brill Jr.Leatherneck May 2007Marine Veteran Jim Lehrer has become America’s most respected newsman
Leaving His Mark on the CorpsCol Mary H. Reinwald, USMC (Ret)Leatherneck November 2018General Glenn M. Walters led efforts to develop and retain Marines
Major General Charles F. Bolden Jr., USMC (Ret)Sara W. BockLeatherneck May 2018Hard word, perseverance launched his dreams into motion
Marines Mean BusinessDennis CarpenterLeatherneck May 2008From Boot Camp, to the Battlefield, to the Boardroom
Remembering Those Who Have Gone BeforeGeneral John F. Kelly, USMC (Ret)Leatherneck May 2015General John F. Kelly, USMC gave the following speech at the Semper Fidelis Society of Boston luncheon in celebration of the Marine Corps Birthday, Nov. 10, 2014.