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Aerial documentation of Marine Corps University after final construction phase of Warner Hall, Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va., Dec. 21, 2015. (Official United States Marine Corps photo by Kathy Reesey/Not released)
Aerial documentation of Marine Corps University after final construction phase of Warner Hall, Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va., Dec. 21, 2015. (Official United States Marine Corps photo by Kathy Reesey/Not released)
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Aerial documentation of Marine Corps University after final construction phase of Warner Hall, Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va., Dec. 21, 2015. (Official United States Marine Corps photo by Kathy Reesey/Not released)
Interior and exterior of MCU new construction.

 

 

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Marine Corps News

4/2/2020
Amid the national emergency caused by the COVID-19 outbreak, the Marine Corps Recruiting Command is taking steps to protect its recruiters, its applicants, their families and the communities where they live and serve by dramatically limiting face-to-face interactions with the public. Effective immediately, MCRC will temporarily transition to prospecting entirely via digital and telephonic means, and Marine Recruiters will no longer meet with new applicants in person... Marine Staff Sgt. Dimitri Armstead makes telephone calls while prospecting from the office, Nov. 21.
4/1/2020
Members of the U.S. military community across Marine Corps Base Camp Butler observe Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention month April 1 – 30. SAAPM is an opportunity to highlight Marine Corps Sexual Assault Prevention and Response progress and ensure momentum continues. According to MARADMIN 133/20, April will mark the 16th annual Department of Defense observance of SAAPM with the ongoing theme, “Protecting Our People Protects Our Mission.” A graphic depicts SAAPM month initiatives, April 1- 30, 2020.
3/31/2020
The musicians of the Marine Corps demonstrate the core values of honor, courage and commitment through the balance of musical excellence and upholding the elite stature Marines are known for. U.S. Marine Corps Cpl. Kelsey Worth, a musician with Marine Band San Diego, has proven herself an integral piece to the Marine Corps’ total force by exemplifying these values through her dedication as a saxophonist and as a Marine. At a young age, Worth followed in the steps of her family and their passion for playing musical instruments. She began playing the saxophone at 11 years old and never turned back... Marine Corps Cpl. Kelsey Worth plays the saxophone during a rehearsal at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego, Calif., March 12.