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EFMP Enrollment Letter key to altering homes on base March 13, 2014 — The Marine Corps usually pays to install adjustments like grab rails or fences to base housing for military families with special needs dependents. However, most families don’t realize that all requests must, at a minimum, coincide with requirements that are in their EFMP Enrollment Letter, said Monique O’Neil, manager of the Exceptional Family MORE
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Loved ones tour TBS March 13, 2014 — Nearly 100 loved ones visited the grounds of The Basic School on March 13, 2014 where their Marines will live for the next six months. More than 200 officer candidates graduated Officer Candidates School on March 14, 2014, and will proceed to their follow-on training at The Basic School. “The Marines’ extended family is a big part of their network MORE
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Inside Lance Corporal Leadership, Ethics Seminar March 13, 2014 — In early February, I was told that I would be attending the inaugural Lance Corporal Leadership and Ethics Seminar. My first thought was: “great, more leadership training.” Then they told me it would be a weeklong.  Yay… I checked in to the main classroom in Yale Hall that was full of lance corporals from all over the national capitol region. While MORE
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Quantico Middle/High School Baseball gets ready to play ball March 13, 2014 — The Quantico Middle/High School began baseball practice last week, but was confined to the school gymnasium due to the weather. Although the season is off to a cold, wet start, the team is hoping for a successful run. “We have a good core group of guys this year,” said Paul Roy, the head coach for Warrior baseball. “Several of the players have MORE
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Female CO, brings refreshing leadership to H&S Bn. March 11, 2014 — Known by her strong New York accent, compassion and genuine smile, Col. Robin Gallant commands the largest battalion in the United States Marine Corps. It all started for her more than three decades ago.  Answering a phone call not intended for the Long Island native began the now 35-year military career that has led the mustang through many MORE
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Marines train for water survival March 10, 2014 — Some students looked drained and some looked as if they were on a walk through the park, but they all swam the same 1700 meter warm up exercise. Seven Marines and an airman began the Marine Corps Instructor of Water Survival School at Ramer Hall on Camp Barrett on March 10, 2014. “The purpose of this is to give Marines the knowledge and skills to MORE
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Enlisted Retention Survey March 06, 2014 — The FY15 Enlisted Retention Survey to enlisted Marines with less than 15 years of service and an EAS between Oct. 1, 2014, to Sept. 1, 2015, hase been extended until March 14. MORE
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Enlisted Retention Survey
Marines train for active shooter March 06, 2014 — “They are there for one reason and one reason only, mass murder,” said Orvel Ronk, an antiterrorism officer for Marine Corps Base Quantico, to the 11 Marines sitting in a semi-circle around him in a trailer acting as an office space aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico on March 6, 2014.  Ronk was conducting an active shooter and workplace violence MORE
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Better because of African-American Marines March 05, 2014 — Nearing 70 years of service in 2015, African- American officers have created a legacy of faithful service that began with overcoming the obstacles of racial prejudice. “The Marine Corps didn’t begin to have their first [black] officers until 1945,” said Dr. Fred Allison, historian, History Division, Marine Corps University. “They had grown up and MORE
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Get your groove on with karaoke at the Clubs March 05, 2014 — A smile passed between Lance Cpl. Frankie Cochran, administrative specialist, and Lance Cpl. Sarah Craig, legal specialist, as they caught each other’s eye during a duet of “Hell On Hells,” by the Pistol Annies, at the Clubs at Quantico on March 5, 2014. The junior Marines were participating in the first karaoke event that, due to the work of Sgt. MORE
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