• Royal Marine and U.S. Marine generals strengthen rapport at MARFORCOM
    The Commandant General Royal Marines, Maj. Gen. Charlie R. Stickland, visited U.S. Marine Corps Read more »
  • Marines with 1/8 participate in TRAP training
    The 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit conducted a Tactical Recovery of Aircraft and Personnel training exercise on Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, Jan. 29, 2019. TRAP training provides protection and integration of personnel, allowing Marines to become a capable force to react in a quick response time and provide support to isolated personnel in potential search and rescue situations during deployment. Read more »
  • Marine Corps modernizes how Marine recruiters capture data with new mobile tool
    Marine Corps Systems Command has partnered with Marine Corps Recruiting Command to develop a new tool with the goal of making the job of recruiters a little easier. The launch is part of a strategic initiative to modernize the tools and technologies available to the recruiting force. Read more »
  • Col. Douglas Lemott Jr. Receives Stars and Stripes Award
    On Feb. 7, 2019 the 33rd Be Everything You Are (BEYA), Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Conference was held at Washington Marriott Wardman Park to recognize leaders in STEM. Col. Douglas Lemott Jr., the commanding officer of Marine Corps Cyberspace Operations Group (MCCOG), Marine Corps Forces Cyberspace Command was among those leaders to be recognized. Read more »
  • Iron Fist 2019 Strengthens U.S.-Japan Alliance; Certifies ARDB
    U.S. Marines from 1st Marine Division and Japan Ground Self-Defense Force Soldiers with the 1st Amphibious Rapid Deployment Brigade celebrated another successful exercise during the closing ceremony of Iron Fist 2019, Feb. 8, at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California. Read more »
  • The call for “Disruptive Thinkersâ€� is being answered
    The Commandant of the Marine Corps, Gen. Robert Neller, issued a call to action to all “disruptive thinkersâ€� within the Corps. A cultural evolution, filled with Marines that can come up with solutions to accelerate ideas to decision makers, that will lead the Corps into a new age of innovation. Read more »
  • Boating School Knock-outs| Combat Engineers earn BEB licenses
    Engines roared and calm blue water churned white as boats cruised under the bright Okinawa sun. Marines in groups of three piloted small green boats across the quiet industrial port, practicing elaborate patters of turns, spins, lateral movements and sudden stops. Read more »
  • 5th Marine Regiment Participates in Apprenticeship with Mercedes-Benz
    You can find Marines in any clime and place, but one place you don’t expect to find them is behind Read more »
  • The amphibious tip of the spear
    Amphibious warfare is the cornerstone of how the Marine Corps trains and fights. For Assault Read more »
  • From temporary to permanent: the story of the 1st Marine Division White House
    The building has withstood the test of time. It has seen generations of Marines enter and leave its halls. It has seen Marines off to several wars from the shores of Pacific Islands, the mountains of North Korea, the jungles of Vietnam and the deserts of the Middle East. It has served as the operational and cultural epicenter of the 1st Marine Division- the most storied and consequential Division in the United States Marine Corps. It has seen its share of history both for the division and the Corps. Read more »