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Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation provides opportunity for education October 30, 2007 — The Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation is a program that gives money to Marines, Navy corpsmen and their families for continued education.  More than 21,000 scholarships and bonds totaling more than $34 million have been awarded, according to the MCSF mission statement. In 2007 alone, the organization provided more than 1,040 scholarships to MORE
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Volunteers, hunting group get injured hunters back in chase for deer hunt October 26, 2007 —  Army Capt. Aaron D. Sears listened quietly as the South Carolina woods woke up Oct. 26. It was a cool Friday morning. The rains just let up and the dark woods were giving way to shades of gray that would soon become the dull colors of the piney woods. It was right where he wanted to be and the spot that just nine months ago, he thought he might MORE
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Parris Island to kick off intramural firing competition October 10, 2007 — Shooters, prepare to fire. The fiscal year 2008 Intramural Rifle and Pistol Competition is scheduled to begin Monday and last through Nov. 2 at Weapons and Field Training Battalion. According to a recent Depot bulletin, the competition is held annually to"promote increased proficiency in the use of individual arms" and to "provide the foundation MORE
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Moonlight vigil raises violence awareness October 10, 2007 — Marine Corps Community Services-South Carolina and CODA, local domestic violence awareness group, held a vigil to mark Domestic Violence Awareness Month. "Domestic violence is defined as violence in the home, whether it is physical, emotional or sexual,"said Jennifer Chappell, a victim advocate from Family Services. "It is about power and MORE
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Parris Island to kick off intramural firing competition October 10, 2007 — Shooters, prepare to fire. The fiscal year 2008 Intramural Rifle and Pistol Competition is scheduled to begin Monday and last through Nov. 2 at Weapons and Field Training Battalion. According to a recent Depot bulletin, the competition is held annually to "promote increased proficiency in the use of individual arms" and to "provide the foundation MORE
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Moonlight vigil raises violence awareness October 10, 2007 — Marine Corps Community Services-South Carolina and CODA, local domestic violence awareness group, held a vigil to mark Domestic Violence Awareness Month.   "Domestic violence is defined as violence in the home, whether it is physical, emotional or sexual," said Jennifer Chappell, a victim advocate from Family Services. "It is about power and MORE
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Navy personnel aboard Depot support Marines every day October 09, 2007 — Sailors can be found aboard every Marine base, tending to the physical and spiritual needs of Marines. No matter the situation, sailors are always ensuring that Marines are mission ready. "It's interesting, working with Marines,"said Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Oscar Mendoza, a corpsmen at the Naval Dental Center. "We are one of the few classes in MORE
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History buffs connect Corps' past to its present October 06, 2007 — Recruits begin learning the importance of Marine history and core values from the moment they step on the yellow footprints. However, drill instructors are not alone in instilling the importance of Marine Corps history and the moral standards in recruits. The Parris Island Historical and Museum Society also plays a role in connecting the past and MORE
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Combat 101: Recruits gain tactical knowledge, leadership during Crucible Endurance Course October 04, 2007 — It's two miles, several obstacles and an hour plus of nerve-wracking silence, sweat and mind-numbing concentration. It's the Crucible's Endurance Course and it's an exercise that pits a recruit's entire three months of training into one event. This is how Platoon 4030, November Company, 4th Recruit Training Battalion and Platoon 3080, Mike Company, MORE
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