Training and Education Command


Training and Education Command

United States Marine Corps

Quantico, VA
Unit News

October, 2008

Branch dental clinic serves hundreds daily during massive move October 31, 2008 — A rigid line of Marine recruits wrap around a series of linked trailers. Through gritted teeth, drill instructors bark commands that the recruits immediately follow. The recruits know that the drill instructors are responsible for molding them into Marines. Possibly the last thing a recruits will consider during their time at Marine Corps Recruit MORE
Traffic Management Offices use intranet to expedite “Do-IT-Yourself” move reimbursement October 10, 2008 — Traffi c Management Offi ces Marine Corps-wide are off ering a new service to expedite the reimbursement process for Do-IT-Yourself moves.“When Marines relocate to a new duty station, it can be a hassle to submit their paperwork in to get reimbursed for a DITY move,” said Sgt. Jacob R. Burling, household goods noncommissioned officer-in-charge at MORE
Red Ribbon Week begins Oct. 23 October 3, 2008 — The history behind the national anti-drug movement, Red Ribbon Week, was inspired by a former Marine’s efforts to stop drug traffickers from growing and distributing illicit drugs both in the United States and abroad. Enrique Camarena, a former Marine and Drug Enforcement Administration agent, dedicated his life to stopping the effects of drugs in MORE

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