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The Marine Corps is responsible for manning, training, and equipping a deployable Level I and II medical capability. Level I is basic aid provided by corpsmen or Marines on the battlefield or at a battalion aid station, while Level II provides forward resuscitative care designed to stabilize...
The October 2016 edition of the Marine Corps Gazette focuses on perhaps the most complex and dynamic of the warfighting functions: logistics. Logistics is all about the sustainment of combat power for the Marine Corps and is the purview of our LCE and the Marines of the related MOSs and...
2016 MajGen Harold W. Chase Prize Essay Contest–Second Place Recent news reports have painted a bleak picture of Marine aviation readiness. From fixed-wing squadrons unable to properly train for deployment and purportedly taking parts from museum or boneyard aircraft to MV-22 readiness at less than...

Today in History

September 28

1900

Eagle, Globe, and AnchorMarines withdrew from Peking after the Boxer Rebellion.


The Gazette Blog

Sep 7, 2016 | Leadership
There is an almost endless discussion today regarding innovation. Countless books provide blueprints for organizations to innovate, to routinely turn ideas into increased value and profits. This discussion is mirrored in the Marine Corps and across the greater Department of Defense. But one must...