Marines Magazine

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Highlights

  • Marines in blue

    “The feeling of flying at high speeds is incredible,” said Marine Capt. Brandon Cordill, number three pilot for the United States Navy Demonstration Squadron in Pensacola, Fla. “Take the scariest roller coaster you have ever  [Read more...]

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    Future of Garmsir in Afghan Hands

    America’s Battalion Completes Final Helmand Tour GARMSIR DISTRICT, Afghanistan — In the fall of 2004, the Marines and sailors of 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment began a challenging  journey that took them to the Middle  [Read more...]

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    Operation Tageer Shamal

    GARMSIR DISTRICT, Helmand province, Afghanistan - The heart of Garmsir district is safe. For the past five years, coalition forces have operated with Afghan National Security Forces to defeat the insurgency in the central Helmand River  [Read more...]

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    Bringing History to Life: Marine Week Cleveland 2012

    A domestic beach invasion does not happen every day on American shores. However, for the second time in history, residents here will witness the unusual occurrence. Marines will return to Ohio during Marine Week Cleveland  [Read more...]

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Divisions

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    Dedication and Sacrifice

    The Marine Corps is full of extraordinary people who are willing to do whatever it takes in the name of freedom and the ones they love. In 2004, one Marine, Sgt. Kenneth Conde, Jr., demonstrated  [Read more...]

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    Night Lights

    Pfcs. Greg Zecher and Nicholas Roberts, machine gunners with Lima Company, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, illuminate the night sky by firing tracer rounds from their weapons during Exercise Clear, Hold, Build 3 on Marine  [Read more...]

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    Marines complete first unmanned landing support in Helmand province

    HELMAND PROVINCE, Afghanistan – Marine Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Squadron 2, the “Night Owls,” made history in May when they completed the first “hot hookups” between landing support Marines on the ground and a hovering Kaman  [Read more...]

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    Enduring the pain for more gain

    Endurance is an important aspect for the Marine warrior athlete to consider. It is the side of physical training that prepares a Marine for everything that’s needed of him, from carrying a pack and rifle,  [Read more...]

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    Trailblazers. War fighters. Role Models.

    Marines set the standard for professionalism, courtesy, respect, discipline and integrity. We are trailblazers, decision-makers, and war fighters. Together we bear the weight of the nation on our shoulders. But on a smaller scale, we  [Read more...]

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    Maj. Richard Rusnok: F-35 test pilot

    Hometown: Pittston, Penn. Commissioned in the Corps: May 1998 MOS: 7518 F-35 Pilot Why did you join the Marine Corps? I was extremely impressed with the caliber of the Marine Officers and staff noncommissioned officers I interacted with  [Read more...]

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    M27 IAR

    The next evolution in firepower has arrived. For 27 years the M249 Squad Automatic Weapon has served as the Corps automatic rifle standard. In December 2010 initial fielding of the M249 SAW’s replacement, the Heckler  [Read more...]

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    2nd Marine Logistics Group, Combat Logistics Regiment 2, Battalion 6

    Missions: 2nd MLG: Conduct combat logistics operations in support of II Marine Expeditionary Force and attached or assigned forces in order to support and conduct combat operations and sustain warfighting effectiveness. Provide general support combat  [Read more...]