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Brig Gen Paul Kennedy, III MEF Commanding General, talks to Leatherneck Magazine's Andrew Lubin about commanding U.S. Marines, U.S. Navy, Korean Navy, and Australian forces during Exercise Ssan Yong 2014 in the Republic of Korea as well as how the other participating countries compare to our...
LtCol Jonathan Dunne talks to Leatherneck Magazine about being apart of training exercise Ssang Yong 14, the role of his unit in Ssang Yong 14, participating in the first live-fire HIMARS training exercise in Korea, working along Korean forces and what is the next phase of the training exercise.
Col John Merna talks to Leatherneck Magazine's Andrew Lubin about participating in training exercise Ssang Yong 14, working with Korean forces, the importance of the training exercise, working to make sure the training exercise does not interrupt civilian lives and what is left for Marines during...
LtGen John Wissler talks to Leatherneck Magazine about observing the Ssang Yong 14 combined training exercise, working with South Korean servicemembers, the role of the Australian servicemembers during the exercise and how Ssang Yong 14 is different then past Ssang Yong exercises.
Col John Merna, Commanding Officer, 31st MEU, discusses Exercise Koolendong with Leatherneck Magazine's Andrew Lubin Sept. 12, 2013.
Capt Raymond L'Heureux of Lima Company, 3d Bn, Third Marines, Marine Rotational Force-Darwin, discusses Exercise Koolendong with Leatherneck Magazine's Andrew Lubin Sept. 12, 2013.
Col Austin Renforth, commanding officer, RCT-7, talks to Leatherneck Magazine about conditions in RC-SW.
Posted on June 19, 2013: By Chas Henry Henry is a news anchor and national security correspondent at All News 99.1, a CBS radio station in Washington, D.C. Other examples of his storytelling can be found at www.chashenry.com .
Maj Rick Spooner, USMC(Ret), owner of the popular Globe and Laurel restaurant in Quantico, VA, visited Leatherneck Magazine's editorial office to pay tribute to the Marine Corps Association on its centennial.
Major Norm Hatch joined the Marine Corps in 1939 and, after boot camp at Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, S.C., was assigned to Marine Barracks Washington, D.C., to be an English instructor in the Marine Corps Institute and work on the Leatherneck Magazine staff. Leatherneck was published...

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