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Marines fight to bring out the best in themselves physically and mentally in order to maintain the highest standards of our nation’s most elite fighting force.
Marine Corps Recruiting
12/01/2016 at 20:44. Facebook
Marines are committed to providing support where needed.

In October, Marines deployed to Haiti to bring aid to survivors of Hurricane Matthew and help restore some of what was lost.
Marine Corps Recruiting
12/01/2016 at 01:00. Facebook
Through smoke, debris and jet fuel, Captain Trey Kennedy risked his life to rescue several victims from a NATO helicopter crash in Afghanistan. For his bravery, Kennedy was awarded the Navy and Marine Corps Medal for Heroism by his alma mater, Clemson University, at their recent win against University of South Carolina.

Marine Honored at USC-Clemson Game for Saving Lives

Marine Corps Recruiting
11/30/2016 at 20:56. Facebook
Every Marine a rifleman, trained to adapt and overcome all obstacles.
Marine Corps Recruiting
11/30/2016 at 00:17. Facebook
The Crucible is the final test of recruit training. Hear Marines talk about what makes the Crucible so challenging.
Marine Corps Recruiting
11/29/2016 at 19:15. Facebook
Congratulations to United States Marine Corps Veteran Brian Buhman on being named the 2016 Team Rubicon USA Veteran of the Year. Brian was honored with this award for his leadership during Team Rubicon missions and for his dedication to bettering communities through service.

Announcing the 2016 Team Rubicon Award Winners

Marine Corps Recruiting
11/28/2016 at 21:30. Facebook
Marine Corps Recruiting
11/28/2016 at 00:30. Facebook
Recruit Ebony S. Brown from Columbus, OH, climbs an obstacle during the Crucible, the ultimate test of skill and will that every recruit must go through before becoming a Marine.
We fight for those to the left and right of us.
Marine Corps Recruiting
11/26/2016 at 17:00. Facebook
Cpl Matthew Long's idea could empower Marines and save lives.

He designed a wearable packet that administers first aid to Marines on the battlefield. The packet is worn beneath Marines' flak jackets and, when pierced, releases a quick clotting agent and pain killer. Read more:

Face of Defense: Marine Devises Immediate Battlefield Injury Treatment

Do you know a high school junior achieving in the classroom, excelling on the playing field and improving the community?

Nominate him or her to participate in the Battles Won Academy, which is recognizing the fighting spirit of high school students across the country.

Semper Fidelis All-American Program

For Marines, Black Friday can mean only one thing. It's the day recruits meet their Drill Instructors for the first time.

Sound off, Marines. What do you remember about your first days of recruit training?
Every year Marines attend the annual New Orleans Sheriff's Department Thanksgiving Feast as a way to give back to the local community. Marines help distribute food and drinks while conversing with the attendees.
The Marine Corps has always fought for the safety of our nation and all those who live within it.
“They immediately gave me a team to be a part of, and the leadership, toughness and discipline from the military carried over to playing sports." —Tom Rubel, Marine veteran

Read the story of Tom Rubel, a Marine veteran who found the brotherhood he left behind when he pursued lacrosse as a walk-on at Harvard University.

The Tom Rubel Story | Athletes of Valor

This month, we shared the cake made by Charm City Cakes for the 241st Birthday of the Marine Corps. Now, see how it was made.
Navajo Code talkers were one of the most crucial components of the Marine Corps. They developed the only military code never broken by the enemy. Today, nineteen of them remain and preserve the Navajo Legacy.
LtGen Frank E. Petersen grew up watching planes while living next to Topeka Army Airfield. He admired those pilots and overcame his fear of heights to become an aviator in the Marine Corps.
Marines fight for more than the capabilities that come with being a Marine. They fight for the honor, courage and commitment it provides.
You will reach your limits. And then you will surpass them.

Learn more about Marine Corps Recruit Training:

Marine Recruit Training