Corps Connections

“Corps Connections” highlights the places and events through which active-duty and veteran Marines connect with one another, honor the traditions of the Corps and recognize the achievements of their fellow leathernecks.
Wayside Marker Dedicated to Fallen Marines from 1922 Crash Gettysburg, Pa. Members of the United States Marine Corps Historical Company (USMCHC) and active-duty Marines from Fort Meade, Md., were attired in M1912 Marine summer service uniforms and carried period 5th and 6th Regiment colors at a...
Iwo Jima Young Marines Attend “Reunion of Honor” Col William P. Davis, USMCR (Ret), National Executive Director and CEO of the Young Marines, left, and members of the Young Marines traveled to Guam and Iwo Jima for the annual “Reunion of Honor,” which took place March 24. Pictured here atop Mount...
“Corps Connections” highlights the places and events through which active-duty and veteran Marines connect with one another, honor the traditions of the Corps and recognize the achievements of their fellow leathernecks. We welcome submissions of photos from events like the ones featured here. Send...
Dunbar, W.Va. West Virginia Marines Dedicate New Monument The Department of West Virginia Marine Corps League donated a United States Marine Corps monument to the Donel C. Kinnard Memorial State Veterans Cemetery in Dunbar, W.Va., Oct. 2, 2017. The remarkable tribute was made possible through a...
Top OCS Grad Receives Commandant’s Award at UNT Denton, Texas During the Nov. 11, 2017, homecoming football game at the University of North Texas in Denton, Texas, Lance Corporal Devin Allen was presented with the Commandant’s Award, the highest honor a Marine Corps officer candidate can receive,...
Weekly Breakfast Tradition Continues For More than a Decade Diamondhead, Miss. For the “Diamondhead Marines” of Diamondhead, Miss., staying connected to the Corps means fostering a close-knit Marine community in the town they call home. The group has gathered for breakfast every Friday or Saturday...
“Corps Connections” highlights the places and events through which active-duty and veteran Marines connect with one another, honor the traditions of the Corps and recognize the achievements of their fellow leathernecks. We welcome submissions of photos from events like the ones featured here. Send...
“Corps Connections” highlights the places and events through which active-duty and veteran Marines connect with one another, honor the traditions of the Corps and recognize the achievements of their fellow leathernecks. We welcome submissions of photos from events like the ones featured here. Send...

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