Training and Education Command


Training and Education Command

United States Marine Corps

Quantico, VA
Unit News

April, 2004

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MCL volunteers set to clean up Beaufort highway April 2, 2004 — The Marine Corps League Yellow Footprints Detachment is joining the Adopt-a-Highway program, and is planning to obtain the stretch of highway from the main gate of Parris Island to the Bi-Lo on the Parris Island Gateway, April 3. "While this piece of highway is not the first highway adopted by the Marine Corps League, it is the first in this area," MORE
Depot celebrates Month of the Military Child April 2, 2004 — The 9th Annual Beaufort Area KidsFest at the Cross Creek Shopping Center in Beaufort from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. marks the beginning of Month of the Military Child. The community-wide celebration, hosted in part by Marine Corps Community Service-South Carolina highlights Child Abuse Prevention Month and Month of the Military Child by introducing parents MORE
NMCI takes over Depot computers, e-mail system April 2, 2004 — The cutover to the Navy Marine Corps Intranet has been sweeping the Depot and providing its users with a more secure service and better support. Intranet service changes began Jan. 21, providing some Depot users with a more secure service environment; however, there are precautions and regulations that need to be followed for it to run properly. MORE
Contractors earn appreciation for Depot's mission April 2, 2004 — Military and civilian contracting officers from Marine Corps bases around the world gathered in Savannah for the annual Headquarters Marine Corps Contracting Conference March 22 - 26, entitled "Contracting Change." After the contractors were brought "up to speed" on new laws and regulations that will affect military and civilian personnel Marine MORE
Reaching new heights; 6-foot-9-inch drill instructor towers over recruits, trains at a whole different level April 2, 2004 — On pick-up morning, recruits' emotions have already been worn thin by the mental and physical stress of their new environment. They have reached the height of anticipation, for they are about to meet the three men that will transform them from civilians to Marines. Nothing can be more intimidating, or at least that is what they are thinking.For MORE

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