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Travel and Leave

 

Marines travel throughout the United States and the world for training and assignments, including those at American embassies, consulates and delegations abroad.

 
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Help with graduation travel week before Christmas

 

Hello all, My son may be leaving Sept. 24th for SD bootcamp. If everything goes right, that puts grad day the week before Christmas. Just wondering if any other parents had/ will have to book flights around that time.

Author: Mother of a Marine

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Joining the Marine Corps

 

My Dad was a China Marine and recipient of the Navy Cross during action on Saipan Island in WWII. I was surprised that he pushed back when I told him that I wanted to enlist.

Author: Former Marine

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A Journey To The Summit

 

I was a college sophomore in my second semester. I was ruining my life with the "friends" I surrounded myself with, the choices I made, and the important things I failed to do.

Author: Other

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making flight arrangements for graduation Nov-2011

 

We would like to buy our plane tickets early to get the cheapest possible flight but everthing I am reading says to wait til week 10!? I understand waiting to make sure my RCT son will graduate on time, but we are on a tight budget and have some saved ju

Author: Mother of a Marine

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My son, My Marine

 

My son joined the Marines in 2006. I was floored. We had no military in our family at all so this was out of the blue. Best decision he ever made.

Author: Mother of a Marine

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SgtMaj Lee D. Bonar Jr.

 

HISTORY IN THE USMC SgtMaj Lee D. Bonar Jr. enlisted in the Marine Corps Jan. 15, 1985, afterwards attending and completing recruit training in April of that same year. SgtMaj Bonar has served in varying capacities throughout his long career.

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The Long Journey

 

I always thought about joining the Marine Corp ever since I can remember. My Grandfather told me stories growing up about the experiences he had while serving his country as a member of the United States Marines.

Author: Family member of a Marine

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Shameful treatment of a United States Marine by United Airlines

 

My 18 y/o United States Marine son (2nd Bn, 1st Mar, Golf Co, 1st Plt) was home for a few days leave, from the 27 of April until the 6th of May, here in central Iowa where he grew up and has always lived.

Author: Mother of a Marine

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Benefits

 

Marine Corps benefits ensure that your son, daughter or student can enjoy the way of life he or she defends. We believe that these benefits are justly due to those who pledge themselves to honor and selfless service.

 
 
 
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