Training and Education Command


Training and Education Command

United States Marine Corps

Quantico, VA
Unit News

November, 2010

Navy ‘Docs’, important part of warrior care November 19, 2010 — The hallways of the Branch Medical Clinic here bustle with bodies moving to-and-fro. Both recruits and Marines are treated every day by U.S. Navy hospital corpsman, or as most Marines refer to as, ‘Doc’, who work arduously behind the scenes. “Anyone can be a corpsman, but not everyone can be a ‘Doc’,” said Petty Officer 2nd Class Steven Urquidez, MORE
Company M recruit turns his life around November 19, 2010 — Looking to turn his life around, Pfc. Rushi K. Bhatt, Platoon 3261, Company M, 3rd Battalion, Recruit Training Regiment, found himself in a Marine recruiting office. He knew that the Marine Corps would help put him back on the path he strayed from so long ago. Bhatt suffered many hardships growing up, such as losing his father at age 12 to lung MORE
Company M recruits gain confidence before Crucible November 19, 2010 — A platoon of recruits line the metal walls of a small room. With their eyes squeezed shut, they hold their gas masks just above their faces to get a taste of the gas in the air. Some try to hold their breath while others start coughing, waiting for the command to put on and clear their masks. Company M recruits were completed training at the MORE
Depot celebrates Corps’ 235th birthday November 10, 2010 — Marines, sailors, depot personnel and recruits gathered on Shepherd Memorial Drill Field here Nov. 10, to celebrate the Marine Corps’ 235th birthday with the annual Cake Cutting Ceremony and Uniform Pageant. Traditionally, Marine Corps units across the globe have participated in the Marine Corps birthday celebration since 1921 when Lt. Gen. John A. MORE
235th Birthday November 5, 2010 — The U.S. Marine Corps celebrated their 235th birthday yesterday. In celebration of the milestone, the members of the Marine Corps Detachment on Fort Leonard Wood ran 235 miles throughout the installation, two Marines at a time.The event began at 3 p.m., in front of the detachment, Nov. 2, and ended with a detachment run at 5:30 a.m., Nov. MORE

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