While adapting to the current Department of Defense-wide Stop Movement Order in response to COVID-19, the Marine Corps addresses the latest guidance regarding Permanent Change of Station (PCS) in MARADMIN 285/20. This guidance outlines the actions of the HQMC, Manpower Management Division an… Read more

In accordance with U.S. Naval Regulations, a salute of 21-minute guns will be rendered by Alpha Battery, 1st Battalion, 10th Marine Regiment at noon Monday, May 25, in observance of Memorial Day. During the salute, the flag is flown at half mast, and the guns are discharged at one-minute intervals. Read more

Beginning May 15, 2020, NMCCL will enter Phase One of reopening services. During Phase One, NMCCL will begin scheduling appointments for outpatient services at a limited capacity. While rescheduling of postponed appointments will begin, please understand that appointment availability is stil… Read more

Today, Sgt. Jennifer Wilbur has less than 60 days left in the Marine Corps, but she is not yet done making her mark. As the chief instructor for the College of Enlisted Military Education Courses (CEME) at 2nd Maintenance Battalion, she is pushing for a radical change in how Marines learn to… Read more

As the Marine Corps continues to work with Marines whose career plans are impacted by COVID-19, Manpower & Reserve Affairs is offering 12- or 24-month extensions to active duty, first-term Marines. These options provide additional flexibility - extend for one year, two years, or reenlist… Read more

Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 251, the “Thunderbolts” deactivated during a ceremony aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, April 23. The ceremony was held to commemorate the unit’s nearly 80 years of service to our country, but the Thunderbolts won’t be gone long. Their colors will be te… Read more

U.S. Marines with Charlie Battery, 1st Battalion, 10th Marine Regiment, 2d Marine Division, fire an M777 Howitzer during a live-fire training event on Camp Lejeune, April 9. Charlie Battery Marines continue to train and maintain readiness while following the guidelines set by the Center for … Read more

Last year, the Marine Corps fielded a lightweight, tablet-based system that improves situational awareness on the battlefield. This year, Marines will see an enhanced version of the technology. Read more