Training and Education Command


Training and Education Command

United States Marine Corps

Quantico, VA
Unit News

May, 2004

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Marine PCs serve second term at Georgia school May 14, 2004 — Marines with the Depot's Computer Systems Support Facility assisted with a much welcomed donation of computers to a Georgia school district May 6. Several Marines loaded 132 Depot computers onto a truck bound for Marlow Elementary School in Effingham County, Ga., to help provide enough equipment to fill the school's classrooms and two new computer MORE
WMA continues tradition of taking care of their own May 14, 2004 — As Marines, support is offered in just about every imaginable form. There are various support structures that can help out service members in almost every aspect of their lives. Just one of the many examples are the scholarships that are available for service members and their families. The Phyllis Alexander Chapter of the Women's Marine MORE
PIOSC contributes funds to community, youth May 14, 2004 — The Parris Island Officers' Spouses Club awarded its annual scholarships to military families and donations to community organizations Wednesday. This year's total far exceeded that of the last, with a total of $9,700 in scholarships and philanthropic donations. A vast majority of the funds raised by the club for this year came from last fall's MORE
Hotel Co. drill instructor foils cop killer's escape May 14, 2004 — When Staff Sgt. Matthew Carmon awoke on the morning of Jan. 8, 2002, little did he know that his inherent reliance on a key aspect of his Marine Corps training would ultimately result in a cop killer being brought to justice. From their first moments on the Yellow Footprints, all Marines are taught to take immediate notice of their surroundings to MORE
Civilian Marines receive training May 7, 2004 — More than 200 Depot civilian workers and Marines met at the Weapons Field Training Battalion Mess Hall April 28 for a breakfast, which included training and discussion of important topics. The quarterly event, aimed at getting information out to employees in a large, yet relaxed atmosphere, was highlighted by presentations from Nancy Brandau, MORE
Drill instructors find more in common than yelling May 7, 2004 — Those who join the Marine Corps travel all over the world, experiencing many new sights and sounds. They come from every corner of the United States and form a common bond that is the foundation of the Corps, but for some, the bond develops into something special. For two Marines, that bond began on the drill field at Parris Island. "We started MORE
NHB increases breast cancer awareness May 7, 2004 — Naval Hospital Beaufort held a symposium on early prevention and detection of breast cancer at the Heritage Center April 30. Captain Peter Soballe, medical director, Breast Care Center, National Naval Medical Center, led attendees through a refresher course in the hopes of bringing about a renewed awareness of the importance of prevention and MORE
Area nurse helps pass local Breast Cancer Resolution May 7, 2004 — June Kasiak-Gambla, a registered nurse at Naval Hospital Beaufort and breast care coordinator for the Breast Care Initiative Program, is lobbying with state representatives to pass a house resolution. The resolution proclaims the month of May will be recognized as Breast Cancer Awareness Month and Mother's Day to be known as Breast Cancer MORE
Banquet honors Depot volunteers May 7, 2004 — In recognition of the tireless efforts of Depot volunteers, Brig. Gen. Joseph J. McMenamin, commanding general, MCRD/ERR, hosted the Volunteer Appreciation Banquet at the Depot Lyceum April 28. Volunteering is a part of the daily life of many Depot residents and the week of April 25 - 30 was set aside in recognition of their endeavors. "I would MORE

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