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Official Google+ page of the U.S. Marine Corps, managed by Marine Corps Recruiting Command.
Official Google+ page of the U.S. Marine Corps, managed by Marine Corps Recruiting Command.

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Remembering our past, looking to the future. Here’s to 238 more years of honor, courage and commitment.

Happy birthday, Marine Corps.

Happy 238th birthday, Marines.

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To earn our title is to become an elite warrior. To pass through our gates is to set out on a noble cause. Are you ready?

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As brothers in arms, Marine Officers and Enlisted Marines train together, deploy together and come to rely on one another during their time in the Corps.

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Our Purpose: Defending our nation at home. Protecting her interests abroad. Learn more here: http://bit.ly/U0m7jT

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Marines and sailors from the female engagement team (FET) conduct medical outreach with residents in the village of Habib Abad, Afghanistan. Learn more about FETs here: http://bit.ly/TYR5sE
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There are 9.8 active-duty, Enlisted Marines for every Officer. Learn more about all of the service options in the Marines here: http://bit.ly/R8e0oM

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An AV-8B Harrier from Marine Attack Squadron 513 (VMA-513) is cleaned by airframe mechanics at Kandahar Airfield in Afghanistan. See the Harrier in action at http://bit.ly/OjA4Io.

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Watch Marines describe the differences in recruit training at MCRD Parris Island and MCRD San Diego – you may be surprised by their responses. Learn more about the 12 Weeks of Marine Corps recruit training at http://bit.ly/OB9LjF.

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The Marine Corps maintains a presence in locations around the world, and Marines can expect to be deployed at some point during their career. Check out some of the many Marine Corps bases, stations, and deployments at http://bit.ly/PQlEjB.
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