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  2. 02 Chamorro Marine. Marines contribute to regional stability by serving as an enduring symbol of the continued partnership between the Corps and the government of Guam.

  3. Marine Captain Ahmed Khalil has fought to serve his entire life, first as a translator in Iraq, and now as a U.S. Marine. Community Victories: Jake Harriman In this Marine story, hear from Jake Harriman, founder of Nuru International, a nonprofit dedicated to lifting vulnerable populations out of extreme poverty.

  4. United States Marine Corps - Wikipedia

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    The United States Marine Corps (USMC), also referred to as the United States Marines, is the maritime land force service branch of the United States Armed Forces responsible for conducting expeditionary and amphibious operations through combined arms, implementing its own infantry, artillery, aerial, and special operations forces.

  5. What is the Marine Corps? | Marines

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    Comprised not of a brotherhood or sisterhood—this is a warriorhood. Marines represent the face of our Nation because they come from all parts of it, contributing different backgrounds and walks of life into the fight that defends America's way of life. Driven by an innate desire to answer our Nation's call, an unwavering commitment to emerge victorious, and a collective purpose that defines our unbreakable bond, Marines win the battles in front of them with an inner fight running through them.

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  7. Marine Definition & Meaning - Merriam-Webster

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    noun. 1. a. : the mercantile and naval shipping of a country. b. : seagoing ships especially in relation to nationality or class. 2. : one of a class of armed services personnel serving on shipboard or in close association with a naval force. specifically : a member of the U.S. Marine Corps.

  8. Marine Corps Base Camp Blaz - Wikipedia

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    Marine Corps Base (MCB) Camp Blaz is a U.S. Marine Corps facility located in the village of Dededo in northwest Guam.MCB Camp Blaz was activated on October 1, 2020, becoming the first new Marine Corps facility since the predecessor of Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany was commissioned on March 1, 1952. The base will house Marines relocated from installations in Okinawa Prefecture, Japan, with ...

  9. Homicide trial witness now claims Marine Raider acted overly...

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    CHERRY POINT, North Carolina — During questioning on Tuesday at the homicide trial of two Marine special operators accused of killing an Army vet, a witness claimed to have seen a defendant act ...

  10. Marine Corps Reactivates Base on Guam | SOFREP

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    Marine Corps Base (MCB) Camp Blaz is the first newly constructed Marine Corps base in 70 years and serves as a testament to the U.S.-Japan alliance. Guam was chosen as the location for the new ...

  11. Marine Corps Reactivates Base on Guam > U.S. Indo-Pacific Command...

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    Marine Corps Base (MCB) Camp Blaz is the first newly constructed Marine Corps base in 70 years and serves as a testament to the U.S.-Japan alliance. Guam was chosen as the location for the new base during the 2012 Bilateral Agreement between the U.S and Japanese governments, under the Defense Policy Review Initiative, which set the framework ...