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Training and Education Command

United States Marine Corps

Quantico, VA
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Identity thieves steal money, peace of mind December 20, 2002 — Every year, hundreds of people are victimized by a crime known as identity theft, a scam where personal information is fraudulently used to take money, credit, financial status and security. Identity thieves use a victim's personal information to establish credit accounts, apply for loans, open and run up cellular accounts, print false checks, and MORE
Top-up, 100 percent tuition assistance covers college costs December 20, 2002 — The University of South Carolina, Beaufort, held the first Winter Convocation Dec. 6, and among those graduates gathered to be recognized for completing their bachelor's degrees during August and December was Sgt. Donald Maul. Maul, an anti-tank assault guided missileman, working as a receptionist at the Douglas Visitors Center, completed his MORE
Former Sgt. Maj. of the Marine Corps congratulates new DIs December 20, 2002 — Traditionally, each graduating class from Drill Instructor School holds a mess night the evening before graduation. In addition to engaging in one of the Corps' most time-honored traditions, the new drill instructors get a chance to meet their new staff and officers from the companies they will soon begin to work for. The newest graduating class MORE
Hallmark enables recruits to phone home for Christmas December 20, 2002 — Christmas cards are a welcome greeting from loved ones, but soon recruits will be able to use a different type of card to say "Merry Christmas". Hallmark, known for its variety of Christmas and greeting cards, is offering free phone cards this holiday season to recruits so they may verbally wish happy holidays to their loved ones back home. "They MORE
Yoga relieves stress, helps achieve peace December 20, 2002 — Yoga is a from of spirituality that was developed on the Indian peninsula over a period of some 5,000 years. Underlying all forms of Yoga is the understanding that the human being is more than the physical body and that, through a course of discipline, it is possible to discover what this "more" is. Tina Marie Heinzer has been a personal MORE
Depot Band presents holiday concert December 20, 2002 — The Parris Island Marine Band presented their 2002 Holiday Concert at the Depot Theater Dec. 14. The concert was the culmination of months of hard work and rehearsals put in by the band in preparation for the annual event. In addition to the typical holiday favorites, the band performed vocal numbers, big band tunes, and a slide show made by the MORE
Commandant, Depot pay tribute to Gen. Barrow December 20, 2002 — The Depot honored Gen. Robert H. Barrow (Ret.) in a dedication ceremony renaming the Depot Headquarters Building, Barrow Hall, Dec. 13. The Commandant of the Marine Corps, Gen. James L. Jones, and Brig. Gen. Joseph J. McMenamin, commanding general of the Depot and the Eastern Recruiting Region, were on hand to help pay tribute to the highly MORE
Commandant, Depot pay tribute to Gen. Barrow at dedication December 16, 2002 — The Depot honored Gen. Robert H. Barrow (Ret.) in a dedication ceremony renaming the Depot Headquarters Building, Barrow Hall, Dec. 13. The Commandant of the Marine Corps, Gen. James L. Jones, and Brig. Gen. Joseph J. McMenamin, commanding general of the Depot and the Eastern Recruiting Region, were on hand to help pay tribute to the highly MORE

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