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Marine Corps Recruiting GySgt Robert Jimenez is the Chief Instructor at the Marine Corps Marti

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GySgt Robert Jimenez is the Chief Instructor at the Marine Corps Martial Arts Center for Excellence. He trains Marines to overcome physical and mental obstacles in order to embody the mantra: One Mind. Any Weapon. Join us today at 6:00 PM EST for a live conversation about what it means to fight and win for our country.

Marine Corps Recruiting Face every challenge. Win every battle.

  • 11.12.2017 22:26
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Face every challenge. Win every battle.

Marine Corps Recruiting Do you have questions? We have answers. Text THEFEW (843339) to speak

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Do you have questions? We have answers. Text THEFEW (843339) to speak with a Marine about earning our title. Standard charges may apply.

Marine Corps Recruiting Whether battling unpredictable opposing forces or battling to restore

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Whether battling unpredictable opposing forces or battling to restore our communities, Marines fight and win when it matters the most. Pictured above, Marines from Marine Aerial Refuel Transport Squadron 234, 4th Marine Aircraft Wing, @MARFORRES, fly to the Florida Keys delivering supplies to aid in Hurricane Irma relief efforts September 2017. Photo by LCpl Niles Lee.

Marine Corps Recruiting SSgt Trevor R. Moree rappels down a cliff at the Jungle Warfare Traini

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SSgt Trevor R. Moree rappels down a cliff at the Jungle Warfare Training Center at Camp Gonsalves in Okinawa, Japan. Marines are first introduced to rappelling during the 12 weeks of recruit training. For many, the gut-wrenching drop seems like an insurmountable challenge, but the ability to overcome your own fear is integral to earning the title Marine. Photo by Cpl Aaron S. Patterson.

Marine Corps Recruiting The greatest weapon possessed by the Corps is that which lies within a

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The greatest weapon possessed by the Corps is that which lies within a Marine: The determination to defeat. The willingness to engage. The fighting spirit. It’s what makes the Few our nation's most elite fighting force.

Marine Corps Recruiting Today we give thanks for country, for community and for our Corps. Sem

  • 23.11.2017 18:24
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Today we give thanks for country, for community and for our Corps. Semper Fidelis.

Marine Corps Recruiting Use your phone to change your life. Text THEFEW (843339 ) if you have

  • 21.11.2017 23:56
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Use your phone to change your life. Text THEFEW (843339 ) if you have questions about becoming a Marine and talk to one near you. Standard rates from your carrier may apply.

Marine Corps Recruiting Join us today at 6:00 PM EST for a live Q&A with Sgt Matthew Callahan

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Join us today at 6:00 PM EST for a live Q&A with Sgt Matthew Callahan here on Instagram. Sgt Callahan was once an assaultman who now serves as a Marine photojournalist. Also known for his photography series where he uses "galactic warfighter" figurines to retell the battles Marines fight and win, Sgt Callahan strives to tell the stories of the men and women who serve.

Marine Corps Recruiting Marines have a built a 242-year legacy on protecting our nation and ou

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Marines have a built a 242-year legacy on protecting our nation and our fellow Marines. Those traditions are carried on in every exercise, rank and role. Above, Cpl Kevin Streit prepares to conduct assault support during Weapons and Tactics Instructor Course. As crew chief, Cpl Streit is responsible for maintaining the aircraft both in the air and on the ground and monitoring the safety of the helicopter and his crew. Photo by Sgt Allison Lotz.

Marine Corps Recruiting Every conflict in our Nation's history has prepared Marines to face th

  • 15.11.2017 23:04
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Every conflict in our Nation's history has prepared Marines to face the next one. We adapt, we overcome and we win. We also build strong relationships with our allies so we are better positioned to protect our nation. Above, platoon commander 1stLt Harry J. D. Walker signals to his platoon while taking simulated fire during Korean Marine Exchange Program (KMEP) 17-14. Programs like KMEP allow Republic of Korea and U.S. Marines to exchange tactics and increase interoperability. Photo by Cpl. Aaron S. Patterson.

Marine Corps Recruiting Check out our stories to learn more about how Marines train and fight

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Check out our stories to learn more about how Marines train and fight alongside allies during Exercise Southern Katipo 17 in St. Arnaud, New Zealand.