The Marine Corps Association: 100 Years Of Service
“Scarlet and gold” oozes out of every nook and cranny of Bartlett Hall. Sporting a cherished post office box of “1775,” most of the 108 full- and part-timers at the Marine Corps Association’s quaint headquarters at Quantico, Va., aren’t Marines. Yet, they are as much Marine as anyone who has stood on the “yellow footprints” at boot camp or completed The Basic School.
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