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Training and Education Command

United States Marine Corps

Quantico, VA
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'Devil Dog' steps in as new depot mascot March 29, 2006 — He is only 12 inches long, covered with white and brown hair and barks at the wall. Yet, the Marine Corps wants him to be one of the few, the proud. His name temporarily is Hummer, and soon he will be going through recruit training to earn the title of Marine. He will then stand among a long list, including Lance Cpl. Mac and Cpl. Hashmark who have MORE
Harbormasters show off old-time harmonies March 29, 2006 — A blast of notes wafts through the air and echoes off the walls of the rehearsal room, eventually melding into sweet-sounding melodies. Such is the start of an average, weekly rehearsal for the Harbormasters, Beaufort's local chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society. The society, which has grown to become a worldwide organization, brings together MORE
Community joins together to send care packages to service members March 28, 2006 — As the nation passes its third anniversary in the Global War on Terrorism, families and friends who remain behind continue to offer their support and love to the men and women fighting in the Middle East. One Beaufort father and daughter team are making the most of their resources and going the extra mile for their loved one. Maryann Waldrop's MORE
Summer fitness and nutrition burns up extra winter weight March 28, 2006 — In preparation for the upcoming summer months, the Depot's Combat Fitness Center kicked off its 3rd annual Swimsuit Boot Camp fitness program Monday. The free-of-charge program, which is open to military personnel and their families, includes six weeks of intermediate to advanced physical training, said Michele Brittingham, a fitness center MORE
Mike Company drill instructor runs triathlon to aid Leukemia and Lymphoma Society March 28, 2006 — Staff Sgt. Shaun L. Watson, operations chief, Mike Company, 3rd Recruit Training Battalion, is running for health...the health of others. On April 22, he will devote his strength and energy to raise funds for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society's Team in Training by participating in the Hilton Head Triathlon. He has already achieved his goal of MORE
11-week old 'Devil Dog' steps in as new Depot Mascot March 28, 2006 — He is only 12-inches long, covered with white and brown hair and barks at the wall. Yet, the Marine Corps wants him to be one of the few, the proud. His name, temporarily, is Hummer, and soon he will be going through recruit training to earn the title of Marine. He will then stand among a long list, including Lance Cpl. Mac and Cpl. Hashmark who MORE
Check out the sights and sounds of Ashville March 26, 2006 — Sights and sounds are plentiful in the outdoor adventure mecca of Asheville, located in Southwestern North Carolina. The Blue Ridge Parkway is packed with outdoor options and leads visitors from Asheville through the vast Blue Ridge Mountains, to the entrance of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. All across the southwestern portion of North MORE
MCA bookstore scheduled to hold grand opening March 31 March 22, 2006 — The newly established Marine Corps Association Bookstore is scheduled to kickoff its official grand opening March 31 at the store’s location across the hall from the Paul H. Douglas Visitor Center. The ceremony will include several speeches and dedications, prize drawings and give-aways and two book signings, said Jennifer Bailey, manager of the MORE
Depot to implement hot weather plan soon March 22, 2006 — To help combat heat related injuries that can accompany the sizzling summers aboard the Depot, personnel will soon be switching over to hot standard operating procedures. Hot SOP regulations are in effect from the third week of April to the third week of October, said Lt. Cmdr. Clyde Owen, performance improvement risk manager at the Depot's Branch MORE
Pests: A few tips to prevent getting bit, again March 22, 2006 — Mosquitoes, ants and dreaded sand fleas have one thing in common, they bite. That is why Depot Pest Control and preventative medicine at the Depot’s Branch Medical Clinic recommend being cautious and prepared to combat these pests.The Depot is host to many varieties of insects, some of which can be very annoying, and in some cases, dangerous.The MORE

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