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Graduation 2020

Marine Corps University's Class of 2020 Commencement Ceremony will be conducted via live stream on 3 June/1000.
https://youtu.be/eT_B-yYTWGM 

 

AY 2019-2020 MCU Awards Commencement Program

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Marine Corps News

7/2/2020
Four Marines from Marine Corps Base Quantico saved the lives of a father and son on the Potomac River in Nanjemoy, Maryland, June 14, 2020. The Marines planned to spend the overcast Sunday relaxing on the water and having a picnic before the incident occurred. Before leaving on the boat that day, Cpl. Quinn J. Hurt, a photographer with Marine Corps Base Quantico’s Communication Strategy and Operations section and a Marin County, California, native, went over safety procedures with the rest of the Marines... U.S. Marines stand in front of the boat they used to help rescue a father and son on the Potomac River in Nanjemoy, Maryland, June 14.
7/1/2020
From Marines in the ranges of Japan to those in the waters of Hawaii, these are 20 of the most influential photos from around the Marine Corps during the month of June... A U.S. Marine programs radios for communication across the training area for Raid 1 at Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms, California, June 4.
7/1/2020
The United Arab Emirates Joint Aviation Command conducted combined naval and air training operations with forces assigned to U.S. Naval Forces Central Command and U.S. Air Forces Central Command in the southern Arabian Gulf, June 21-25. The Air Operations in Maritime Surface Warfare training, consisted of a combination of aviation and surface assets tracking and engaging simulated fast attack craft. The expeditionary sea base USS Lewis B. Puller served as an afloat staging platform for the UAE and U.S. aircraft... A AH-64D Apache helicopter launches from the flight deck during flight operations aboard the expeditionary sea base USS Lewis B. Puller June 25.
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