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Wednesday Wisdom 💚💙🧡
Today, we celebrate the birthday of the Marine Forces Reserve!
Since its creation in 1916, the Marine Corps Reserve has stood ready and answered the call to arms whenever the country needed them most. Reserve Marines have served in every major conflict in our country's modern history, always providing the ready Marines so vital to mission accomplishment.
They serve side-by-side with their active duty counterparts across the full spectrum of military operations, bringing unique skills and knowledge from their civilian occupations that help make us a more capable force.
For Marines transitioning out of active-duty service, we encourage you to reach out to your career planner or monitor to ask about how you can continue your service and leadership as a Marine while also pursuing an active civilian life. Once a Marine, always a Marine.
You can learn more about the Marine Corps Reserve, and how to join, at:
Go to college FULL TIME while being a United States Marine🎓/🦅🌎⚓️
It’s called the RESERVES
While you’re getting your education on— work ☝🏼 WEEKEND a MONTH and ✌🏼 WEEKS out of the SUMMER☀️
While you’re working in the Marines, get your experience in a career field of YOUR CHOOSING 😤
Meanwhile getting benefits from the military💁🏻♂️
DONT LET GO OF THIS OPPORTUNITY👊🏼
Just like took advantage of this opportunity to attend RUTGERS in NEW BRUNSWICK
Congratulations on your dedication to the service
This afternoon, the Quantico Marine Corps Band held a reenlistment ceremony for Corporal Emily Paulette.
Corporal Paulette, who serves with us as a Saxophone Instrumentalist, committed another four years to Corps and country. Congratulations, Corporal! We commend you for your continued dedication to service.
"Dreams without goals are just dreams, and ultimately they fuel disappointment.
On the road to achieving your dreams, you must apply discipline, but more importantly consistency, because without commitment you will never start, but without consistency, you'll never finish."
3️⃣ Year anniversary in the greatest rank out there!!!
Welcome to the Fleet 🇺🇸
📍Fort Lauderdale, Florida (July 30, 2022)
Today, the U.S. Navy commissioned the USS Fort Lauderdale, the 12th San Antonio class-amphibious transport dock ship and the first to be named for Fort Lauderdale.
The primary mission of the ship will be to embark, transport, and land forces for expeditionary and special operations missions.
📷 (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Sgt. Gavin Shelton)
One Mind, Any Weapon
The Marine Corps Martial Arts Program (MCMAP) teaches recruits at an entry level how to execute unarmed and armed techniques to use lethal and non-lethal force across a spectrum of violence.
Progressing after recruit training, Marines are continuously trained in more advanced tiers of MCMAP, with each tier come new techniques Marines must master.
The ultimate goal of MCMAP is to strengthen the mental and moral resiliency of individual Marines through realistic combative training, warrior ethos studies, and physical hardening.
(U.S. Marine Corps graphic by Lance Cpl. Christopher McMurry)
A year ago around this time .7 came into the office wanting to take on the challenge of earning the title of United States Marine.
You put in the work and now it's time to cash in 🦅🌎⚓️🇺🇸
Can't wait to see you on the other side in 13 weeks!!!
Faces of Iwakuni: 📷 Edition
U.S. Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Calah Thompson, a combat graphics specialist with MCAS Iwakuni Communication Strategy and Operations (COMMSTRAT), poses for a photo at Combined Arms Training Center Camp Fuji, Japan. Thompson is a 2nd generation Marine who was able to follow in her father’s footsteps at the base of Mt. Fuji, 25 years later.
Technique, technique, technique.
U.S. Marine Corps Staff Sgt. Daniel Lee instructs a Marine Corps martial arts program course aboard the USS Pearl Harbor.
Hello Summer!!! ☀️
Whether its Summerfest, State Fair or the County fair... don't forget to stop by the booth. Pull up for some fun and good vibes
Dreams do come true!!!
hats off to you
You did an amazing job with this Marine h/t
High School Graduation ✅️
Marine Corps Recruit Training ✅️
Opportunities are endless
Poised and confident!
How far can someone push their limits?
Take a look at these Poolee's faces, and you can get your answer. You can push yourself more than you thought possible as well. We at Recruiting Sub-Station challenge you to do so. We take great pride in preparing anyone we work with to the best of our ability.
A Poolee is someone who has enlisted in the United States Marine Corps and is working with their Recruiter in what's called the Delayed Entry Program (DEP). They are working together to get them mentally and physically ready for boot camp.
The goal of the DEP is to ensure that a Poolee can achieve the title of United States Marine and become a brother or sister officially to all other Marines. We have workouts twice a week, teach and learn basic Marine Corps knowledge, and serve as mentors to everyone we work with.
Don't be afraid to find a place that will help you too. We'd love to talk to you about how you can have what all Poolee's have...
This past weekend, the Mounted Color Guard had the privilege of presenting the national and organizational colors at the Cole’s Tractor and Equipment Rodeo in Farmington, Missouri. The team extends its sincere gratitude to everyone involved in making this event possible.
The Mounted Color Guard is by request only and therefore relies upon our dedicated supporters who continually request our Marines year after year. For more information on requesting the Mounted Color Guard to perform at your event, please visit the link in our bio and click on the request form.
(Photos compliments of Avid Visual Imagery)
No where I’d rather be then around my brother and sisters I call Marines!
Please join us in congratulating Poolee Alexander Urbina for raising his right hand and taking the Oath Of Enlistment to enter the United States Marine Corps.
A Poolee is a title earned by someone who has taken the Oath Of Enlistment into the United States Marine Corps to become a Marine.
Now Poolee Urbina, from the Waukesha North High School graduation class of 2021, will continue to prepare himself for Recruit Training!
With the help of his Recruiter, Staff Sergeant Brandon Reese, he will be more prepared than anyone that goes to Recruit Training.
When you decide to join our family by becoming a Poolee and then Marine, you are taken care of, prepared, and driven to become the best version of yourself. There is no other option.
I take pride in knowing that I can ensure individuals like Poolee Urbina get the chance to know he can have a sense of pride and purpose and give back to their community and country.
Thank you for being a fantastic human and deciding to join the Marine Corps Family. I cannot wait to call you a "Brother" when you graduate from Recruit Training a Marine.
"No citizen has a right to be an amateur in the matter of physical fitness... what a disgrace it is for a person to grow old without ever seeing the beauty and strength of which their body is capable." -Socrates ~400BC
One of my favorite quotes. 😎
Push yourself and your mind and always continue to work on being mentally and physically fit. 💪
If you'd like to see how we can help with that feel free to contact your local recruiter! 🦅🌎⚓️
🚨🚨Women's History Month🚨🚨
SSgt Cotton has capitialized on the opportunities and benefits that the Marine Corps provided to her. She has come full circle and is now giving back and being a positive influence in the community.
If you are ready to take the next steps to earn the title, see link in bio.
Never quit, work hard
Marine Detachment Tbilisi Georgia 🇬🇪 In every Clime and Place!
These gentlemen and lady are looking FRESH in their uniforms!
See link in Bio to find out what it takes to earn the title
Photographer 📸 Monica Armendariz
Women with the U.S. Marine Corps Female Engagement Team demonstrate and execute Marine Corps martial arts program techniques. This includes non-lethal training, combat life saving training, and combat marksmanship training with U.S. and Romanian soldiers.
The Female Engagement Team is trained as liaisons on behalf of the Marines and are experts in local customs.
See link in bio to find out more about the opportunities that awaits you
All you need is one person to take a chance on you...
Joining the Military positively changed Gabriela Ramirez’s life.
Couldn't be more proud of Franklin High School's own Class of 2022 early graduate, Megan Skok. She's on her way down to Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, S.C. to earn the title of United States Marine
Let's give her a motivating OORAH!!!!
She did everything that you could have asked her to do in order to get herself into this position. She maintained her grades and her . She always brought the to the pool functions that we hosted. Her was visible a mile away. All of her and that she put in while here will pay off while she is down there.
Good luck and see you in a few weeks as a Marine!
To find out more on what it takes to earn the title, see link below
Best of luck down there
It's the pat on the back when things look gloomy. It's the smile of encouragement when the way seems hard. It's the helping hand when the burden becomes unbearable...
We are bound by title and purpose.
If you are ready to join the family, see link in bio.
Be different! Be a leader! Take on the challenge to become an United States Marine!
DM me today to find out how!
Brown Deer, WI
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