U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific

 

U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific

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U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific - Pacific Theater News
Marine Corps has more to offer June 27, 2005 — “Feet and elbows 45 degrees, one point of black, tight fists, lean back,” barks a Marine drill instructor.  He stands in front of a platoon of Marine recruits in formation for drill.  Every aspect of their posture and the way they carry their rifles was near perfect as they execute the sequenced drill movements.    It is this attention to detail MORE
Marines, sailors feed homeless June 24, 2005 — More than 40 Marines and sailors from Marine Corps Base Hawaii Kaneohe Bay and Camp H. M. Smith spent a day helping out those less fortunate in Honolulu June 24.   The service members made their monthly visit to the Institute for Human Services, a homeless shelter downtown, where they cleaned it up before preparing and serving lunch.   "They got to MORE
Mine resistant ambush protected vehicles counter IEDs, ambushes June 24, 2005 — “Block off all their main and secondary supply lines for these are their main arteries, and ambush them along those routes for they are exposed and easy prey.”   These words from Abu Musab al-Zarqawi were cited by the Winds of Change website, showing the real danger for convoys traveling Marine supply lines in Iraq.   There have been 341 Marines MORE
Marine under par for career June 09, 2005 — His smile widens as the junior Marine walks into his office. Marine Corps posters and golf trophies flank the young corporal as he's greeted by a firm handshake and a likeable southern accent. He takes a seat, and they both lean forward. Before the interview, they breach the subject of family, and Staff Sgt. Benjamin Dillon, career planner, shares MORE