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No more Corpsmen with Marines?

Some Marine Corps Times Facebook page reports that Secretary of the Navy Ray Maybus announced on Friday some restructuring of USMC military occupational specialties to include a series of medical training that would eliminate Navy personnel as Fleet Marine Force Corpsmen. The announcement has met some criticism from many Marines and Navy Corpsmen. Gunnery Sergeant […]

Innovation, the Marine Corps, and Seventy Years of Vertical Envelopment

If you read this blog, then you probably have more than a passing interest in all things navy. Because of that interest, you have probably received a large dose of innovation articles in your social media feeds over the past year or so. Show More Summary

Florida strawberry growers donate to childrens charity

For the seventh year in a row, members of the Florida Strawberry Growers Association donated toys to the local U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Program. According to a news release, members of the Association attended their annual awards banquet on Dec. 12 with gifts in hand.

Does Hollywood need bullies?

There have always been bullies in Hollywood; it’s institutionalised, like a form of hazing, but the key difference between the film business and the Marine Corps is that bullying in… Continue reading The post Does Hollywood need bullies? appeared first on Spectator Blogs.

Wrecked Bulker’s Bow Refloated, Scuttled off S.Africa

TITAN Salvage, Crowley Maritime Corp.'s Houston-based marine salvage, emergency response and wreck removal company, has refloated and scuttled the largest section of the wrecked bulk carrier, Smart.

Bradley Stone: Pennsylvania Shootings Suspect Was ‘Odd’ And ‘Out There,’ Fellow Marines Recall

Bradley Stone, the 35-year-old Marine Corps veteran who is now a wanted fugitive in connection with the ruthless murders of his wife and five of her family members early Monday morning, was recalled by fellow Marines who served with him as an odd person who appeared highly stressed out about his marriage. Show More Summary

We're Still at War: Photo of the Day for December 15, 2014

US Marines conduct a static-line jump to prepare for upcoming deployment. ( US Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Anna Albrecht )

DeWayne Thomas Ramsey; 6 month USMC Sniper

Scotty sends us yet another Marine Corps Scout Sniper killer dude. This one, DeWayne Thomas Ramsey claims that he spent ten years in the unit, well, except while he was a drill sergeant. Amazing, since the marine Corps only remembers that he spent six months in 1996 on the Delayed Entry program (waiting to go […]

Obama Had Some Truly Meme-Worthy Facial Expressions While Playing Santa

2 weeks agoNews : CitizenSugar

President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama channeled Mr. and Mrs. Claus on Wednesday, sorting through gifts for children at the Marine Corps Toys For Tots event in Washington DC. Carrying giant red bags full of toys, the president...Show More Summary

MARC, Amtrak and Bombardier Collaborate on Toys for Tots

U.S. Marine Corp Reserve and transit volunteers collect toys and monetary donations.

See the Difference: US Army Drill Sergeant vs. USMC Drill Instructor (VIDEO)

It’s a timeless debate that will never be settled: which branch of the military is the best? One video sets the Marine Corps and the Army against each other, showing

US Marines Plans for F-35B Operations Mimics Cold War Royal Air Force Harriers

The US Marine Corps is changing the way it plans to use its Lockheed Martin F-35B short take-off, vertical landing fighters, we report here (subscription required). Briefly, the new concept of operations envisages the use of mobile forward arming and refueling points (M-Farps) to support groups of F-35Bs, which would return to U.S. Show More Summary

Identity and Brand Management

2 weeks agoIndustries / Military : OPFOR

When it comes to Identity and Brand Management, no one beats the United States Marine Corps. Many nations have their own units of Marines, or if Naval Infantry. Some of them fall into the “Badass” range: Royal [British] Marines and the Royal Dutch Marines come to mind. Show More Summary

Making the Holidays Merry for Families in Need

Photo Credit: Official Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Caleb Gomez Every year, we hear from donors who want to know which charities are dedicated to making the holiday season merry and bright for families in need. There are many charities...Show More Summary

We're Still at War: Photo of the Day for December 2, 2014

Bulgarian and Serbian soldiers participate in a peacekeeping drill with US Marines, wearing riot gear. (US Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Derrick Irions)

These 4 construction workers have turned sledgehammering into an art form.

3 weeks agoOdd : Happy Place

Nailed it! Watching these four construction workers sledgehammer a post with the precision of a Marine Corps drill team is oddly fascinating. You have to wonder how long it took them to get their timing down. And how would you like to be a new guy on that crew? Talk about pressure. Show More Summary

US Marines Might be Offered use new British Aircraft Carrier HMS Elizabeth?

The Royal Navy may ask US squadrons to fly off its new aircraft carrier following delays to its new F35B fighters, BBC Newsnight has learned.MoD insiders said the US Marine Corps would be offered the use of HMS Queen Elizabeth for flight...Show More Summary

CPO Justin A. Wilson awarded the Navy Cross

Chief Petty Officer Justin A. Wilson, a corpsman with the 1st Marine Special Operations Battalion, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command was awarded the Navy Cross yesterday at Camp Pendleton. CPO Wilson is the first sailor in MARSOC’s history to be awarded the Navy Cross, according to DVIDS; Wilson, who was born in Beloit, […]

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