President Trump has signed into law a bill that paves the way for Marine Gunny John Canley to receive the Medal of Honor for his heroic actions at the battle of Hue City during the Vietnam War. Then-Gunny John Canley originally was awarded the Navy Cross while serving as a company commander for the 1st … Read morePresident signs bill paving way for Vietnam gunny Medal of Honor
Military.com | Jan 12, 2017 | by Hope Hodge Seck The top officer of the Marine Corps wanted to expand the service’s cyber community, and he’s looking at ways to make the job more appealing to qualified Marines. Speaking at the Surface Navy Association’s annual symposium Thursday, Gen. Robert Neller said he is entertaining several … Read moreMarine Corps May Get a Cyber-Only MOS
Dumfries, Va. (June 2, 2016) – Former player and head coach of the Quantico Marines football team, LtCol Ron Eckert, USMC (Ret), presented Marine Corps sports memorabilia and artwork to the National Museum of the Marine Corps during a special ceremony on May 10. The donations included a football helmet, warm-up jersey, two signed footballs … Read moreFormer Marines Football Coach Donates Memorabilia To National Museum of the Marine Corps
On 2/13/14 Sgt Hutchins’ arraignment for unpremeditated murder charges of an “Unknown Iraqi Male” in Hamnadiya, Iraq in April 2006 took place at Camp Pendleton. This is the third time around. Although his case has already been overturned twice (the second time by the highest court in the military justice system, The Court of Appeals … Read moreSgt Hutchins Case Far Beyond Absurd
The first of up to 12 Bell-Boeing MV-22 Osprey tiltrotors are joining Marine Helicopter Squadron (HMX) 1, the unit tasked with transporting the President, other VIPs and their entourages. The Marine Corps was expected to take formal delivery of the first HMX-1 MV-22 last month. The MV-22s are replacing the CH-46E Sea Knights attached to … Read moreV-22 Joins HMX
Hooray for Connecticut! GOV. MALLOY: VETERANS CAN NOW HAVE THEIR STATUS RECOGNIZED ON DRIVERS’ LICENSES, STATE-ISSUED ID CARDS (HARTFORD, CT) – Governor Dannel P. Malloy and Lieutenant Governor Nancy Wyman today announced that military veterans can now apply to have their status marked on a Connecticut Driver’s License or state-issued ID. The Department of Motor … Read moreCT Veteran ID Law
Join us on February 15th from 6-9:30pm at: SHRINE 47 East Oak Street Chicago, IL 60611 312-675-2105 Brief overview and highlight of a special [Fashion Has Heart] project – The Corporal Hoffman Series. Working with Cpl. Josh Hoffman, a marine who was paralyzed while serving in Iraq in 2007, [Fashion Has Heart] has been able … Read moreThe Corporal Hoffman Series – CHICAGO EVENT
Marine Corps Base Hawaii Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii Explosive Ordnance Disposal team IEDs Link to this post!
January 8, 2012 – http://latimesblogs.latimes.com Actor Gary Sinise, who played a soldier in the movie “Forrest Gump” who loses his legs in Vietnam, plans a benefit concert to raise money to build a home in Temecula for a Marine from Camp Pendleton who lost his legs and right arm in Afghanistan. Sinise, now starring in … Read moreGary Sinise plans benefit for wounded Marine
Corps’ newest helos land on Navy’s ‘hybrid’ ship http://www.usmc81.com Link to this post!