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Marines TV Video

1/21/2022
M LANCE CORPORAL JOSEPH COOPER WITH YOUR MARINE MINUTE. NOW THAT THE HOLIDAYS ARE OVER,IT’S IMPORTANT FOR MARINES TO START OFF THE NEW YEAR RIGHT. AFTER LOTS OF TRAVEL AND TRADING GIFTS MARINES MAY FIND THAT REVIEWING THEIR FINANCES WILL FIT RIGHT IN WITH THEIR NEW YEARS RESULOTIONS. TO START, MAKE SURE YOU ARE MAXIMIZING YOUR SAVINGS CONTRIBUTIONS BY TAKING ADVANTAGE OF ANY AVAILABLE TAX DEDUCTIONS THIS TAX SEASON. MARINES CAN ALSO CONSIDER A ROTH CONVERSION TO INCREASE THE AMOUNT OF MONEY YOU CAN SAVE. LIFE CAN SOMETIMES PRESENT NEW CHALLENGES THAT MAY AFFECT YOUR FINANCIAL SITUATION. THE MARINE CORPS HAS DESIGNATED THE FOLLOWING PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL EVENTS AS FINANCIAL EDUCATION ACTION POINTS THAT REQUIRE MEETING WITH A PERSONAL FINANCIAL MANAGER. THESE EVENTS INCLUDE CHECKING IN TO A NEW DUTY STATION,PROMOTION, MARRIAGE AND THE BIRTH OFYOUR FIRST CHILD. FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT, VISIT YOUR BASE’S M-C-C-S FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT WEBSITE OR SPEAK WITH A FINANCIAL COUNSELOR. THAT’S IT FOR YOUR MARINE MINUTE.FOR MORE NEWS AROUND THE CORPS GO TO MARINES.MIL
1/21/2022
MARINES SHOULD START OFF THE NEW YEAR BY REVIEWING THEIR FINANCIAL PLANS. THIS KEEPS MARINES FINACNIALLY READY THROUGHOUT THE YEAR AND PREPARED FOR ANYTHING FROM A NEW DUTY STATION TO THE BIRTH OF A CHILD. (U.S Marine Corps video by LCpl. Joseph Cooper)
1/21/2022
MARINES SHOULD START OFF THE NEW YEAR BY REVIEWING THEIR FINANCIAL PLANS. THIS KEEPS MARINES FINACNIALLY READY THROUGHOUT THE YEAR AND PREPARED FOR ANYTHING FROM A NEW DUTY STATION TO THE BIRTH OF A CHILD. (U.S Marine Corps video by LCpl. Joseph Cooper)
1/4/2022
The Marine Corps created a new staff noncommissioned officer promotion warrant that states the leadership roles and responsibilities for the ranks of staff sergeant through sergeant major. This change provides a clearer directive for how marine staff N-C-O’s should exercise their authority within their units. (U.S. Marine Corps video by LCpl. Oneg Plisner.)
1/4/2022
The Marine Corps created a new staff noncommissioned officer promotion warrant that states the leadership roles and responsibilities for the ranks of staff sergeant through sergeant major. This change provides a clearer directive for how marine staff N-C-O’s should exercise their authority within their units. (U.S. Marine Corps video by LCpl. Oneg Plisner.)

Marine Corps News

8/24/2021
Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 211 conducted a first-of-its-kind operation which saw F-35B aircraft launched from HMS Queen Elizabeth land on the amphibious assault ship USS America to load ordnance, refuel, and strike follow-on objectives on August 20th,2021. The operation highlighted the interoperability of the F-35B and the strategic importance of the joint integration between the United Kingdom Carrier Strike Group and the U.S. Navy Amphibious Ready Group / Marine Expeditionary Unit. U.S. Marine Corps Maj Brian Kimmins prepares to launch an F-35B from HMS Queen Elizabeth for a historic cross-deck operation with USS America in the Pacific Ocean on August 20, 2021. The operation highlighted the interoperability of the F-35B and the strategic importance of the joint integration between the United Kingdom Carrier Strike Group and the U.S. Navy Amphibious Ready Group / Marine Expeditionary Unit. This mission was the first time in modern history the United States has cross-decked aircraft for a mission utilizing a foreign aircraft carrier, demonstrating naval partnerships in action.
8/23/2021
Marines and Sailors of 2nd Marine Division aboard the San Antonio-class amphibious transport dock ship USS Arlington (LPD 24) arrived in U.S. 4th Fleet area of operations off the coast of Haiti in support of Joint Task Force-Haiti, Aug. 21. Marines departed Aug. 18 to support U.S. Agency for International Development following a 7.2-magnitude earthquake that struck Haiti on Aug. 14... Marines assigned to 1st Battalion, 6th Marine Regiment, Bravo Company, disembark a landing craft, utility, in the well deck of the San Antonio-class amphibious transport dock ship USS Arlington (LPD 24), Aug. 18, 2021. Arlington is deployed to U.S. Naval Forces Southern Command/U.S. 4th Fleet to support humanitarian assistance and disaster relief efforts in Haiti following a 7.2-magnitude earthquake Aug. 14, 2021.
8/21/2021
Marines participating in Large Scale Exercise 2021 employed a pair of Naval Strike Missiles that traveled more than 100 nautical miles through simulated mountain ranges and shipping lanes before striking a naval target ship at sea. KEKAHA, Hawaii (Aug. 16, 2021) A Navy Marine Expeditionary Ship Interdiction System (NMESIS) launcher deploys into position onboard Pacific Missile Range Facility Barking Sands.
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