Story by PFC Liah Kitchen on 08/18/2016
The four-day competition featured male and female Marines from around the Corps who competed in various fitness events designed to test their physical and mental strength.
Story by PFC Jake McClung on 08/18/2016
This exercise involved around 40 Marines loading simulated casualties onto an MV-22B Osprey, flying to simulate going to a medical facility, and unloading the casualty in a timely manner.
Story by A1C Ashley Steffen on 08/29/2016With her brow furrowed and teeth gritting as every muscle in her body tenses up, the dissonant sounds of metallic ringing, determined grunting, and echoed overhead music, constructs this 25-year-old bodybuilder's place of serenity.
Story by SSG Chanelcherie DeMello on 08/29/2016
Lepou and his fellow Soldier athlete team members, Maj. Nate Conkey, Cpt. Andrew Locke, Sgt. Mattie Tago, Sgt. Anthony Welmers, 1st Lt. Will Holder, Sgt. Faleniko Spino, Cpt. Dave Geib, Sgt. Gerald Saafi, Spc. Mike Melendez, Pfc. Solomone Kepa, and Spc. Rocco Mauer, battled their way to the top against other Soldier athlete teams from the Air Force, Coast Guard, Marine Corps and Navy during the two-day Armed Forces division of the 2016 Serevi Rugby Town Sevens tournament.
Story by PO1 Cory Asato on 08/29/2016
ELP, aligned with the DoD Leader Development Continuum, is a one-year, cohort based program that targets development of aspiring leaders within the organization using an integrated approach to development through assessments, experiential learning, and individual development opportunities according to the program brochure.
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