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Training and Education Command

United States Marine Corps

Quantico, VA
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Another one bites the dust June 23, 2010 — FORT LEONARD WOOD, Mo.  – This year’s 11th Annual Marine Mess Volkslauf 10k Fun Run catered to its largest crowd of runners, hosting approximately 850 runners clutching the challenge, June 19, 2010. The crowd of thrilled fun seekers blew out the previous record by 100 people.The Marine Corps Detachment utilizes this event to raise money for their MORE
Educators from Dallas, Albuquerque experience recruit training June 17, 2010 — High school administrators, teachers, counselors from Recruiting Stations Dallas and Albuquerque, N.M., experienced a week-long synopsis of Marine Corps recruit training during the Educators Workshop Monday through today.The educators’ first step in their simulated transformation to becoming Marines began with their arrival on the depot.As the MORE
101 Days of Summer continue to fulfill mission through Martial Arts Expo, Men’s Health Fair June 17, 2010 — As part of the 101 Days of Summer, the Martial Arts Expo and Men’s Health Fair was held June 11 at the field house aboard the depot.The event is also part of summer-long competitions that share the mission of eliminating illegal drug use and promoting responsible use of alcohol within the military. The event allowed local dojo membersto visit the MORE
India Co. tests mettle, forges iron will to win June 17, 2010 — Overcast, low 60s and hardly an ounce of wind to speak of; June 8 had the makings of another unremarkable day for many southern California drivers on I-5. But about two miles east of them, conditions couldn’t have been more intense for the men of Company I.“We are trying to help learn to turn on and off their inner warrior, mental strength and MORE
Texas Driller takes opportunity to drill Marine style June 17, 2010 — Although many recruits are put into leadership positions throughout recruit training, it is rare for one to know how to handle the responsibilities that come with it from day one.Lance Cpl. Travis Venerable, 23, the company honor man of Company I, is one recruit who came to recruit training with a toolbox nearly full of leadership traits and MORE
Military offered free admission to museums through Labor Day June 17, 2010 — About 50 California museums are part of a new program offering free admission to museums for active duty, reservists and their families from Memorial Day through Labor Day. More than 750 museums in all states and the District of Columbia are participating in Blue Star Museums. Blue Star Museums was started as a pilot partnership among Blue Star MORE
Prizes and a healthier life earned in challenge June 17, 2010 — There aren’t many instances where people associate fun and prizes with fitness and exercising. For six weeks this summer, Semper Fit will be showing participants that it is possible.Since June 7,  active duty depot employees and their families have participated in a six-week fitness challenge at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot’s Fitness Center. The MORE
Midwest educators receive West Coast training June 11, 2010 — High school administrators, teachers, counselors from Recruiting Stations Des Moines and Indianapolis and two news anchors from Nebraska and Iowa, experienced a week-long synopsis of Marine Corps recruit training during the Educators Workshop Monday through today.The educator’s first step in their simulated transformation to becoming Marines began MORE
Colorado teacher becomes U.S. Marine June 11, 2010 — Former teacher, Pfc. Patrick Collman, Platoon 2109, Company E, had the option to go to Officer Candidate School because he had a bachelor’s degree, but chose to enlist instead, for the challenge. He wanted to start from the bottom and work his way up, as he has demonstrated in virtually every aspect of his life leading to boot camp.“That way, if MORE
Company E fire teams conquer obstacle course June 10, 2010 — Recruits from Company E kicked up clouds of dust as they ran in place, getting pumped to take on the depot Obstacle Course for the second time during their training, May 15. “This is their first O-Course since first phase,” said Staff Sgt. Christopher Galvan, senior drill instructor, Platoon 2111, Company E.This time around they were to run it as a MORE

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