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  1. U.S. Marines with the Marine Corps Shooting Team highlight the caliber of Marines the team is looking for to help enhance marksmenship doctrine and compete in national, international and inter-service competitions.
    So You Think You Can Shoot?
  2. Sgt. Mosby tells us about the Commandant's Planning Guidance.
    Marine Minute: Commandant's Planning Guidance
  3. I'm Corporal Nathan Hall with your Marine Minute. The 38th Commandant of the Marine Corps, General David H. Berger, officially released his Commandants Planning Guidance. The commandants planning guidance touches on subjects such as force design, war-fighting, education and training, core values, and command and leadership. It provides a path for the Marine Corps to follow in relation to developmental priorities of the Corps which mirrors the goals of the Secretary of Defense's Defense Planning Guidance. This will allow the Marine Corps to push forward with a clear path in mind on how to lead and challenge the Marines as well as the decision making process at the higher level at Headquarters Marine Corps. General Berger had this to say about the newly released Commandants Planning Guidance, "I believe in my soul that Marines are different. Our identity is firmly rooted in our warrior ethos. This is the force that will always adapt and over come no matter what the circumstances are. We fight and win in any clime and place." That's it for your Marine Minute, for more on the Commandants Planning Guidance go to Marines.mil
  4. U.S. service members with the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency take part in a repatriation and honorable carry ceremony on Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii, July 17, 2019. DPAA is repatriating to the United States remains that are believed to be of U.S. service members from World War II’s Battle of Tarawa, which was fought in the Pacific Theater in November 1943 on the Tarawa Atoll in the Gilbert Islands.
    Tarawa Repatriation and Honorable Carry Ceremony
  5. I'm Corporal Nathan Hall with your Marine Minute. Combat Logistics Battalion 4’s chaplain’s office set up and hosted a community relations event to help clean up an AmerAsian school in Okinawa Japan, July 15th. The chaplain’s office set up this event to help the school with summer cleaning and other various chores. Also in the Corps, Marines from Logistics Combat Element ,Marine Rotational Force Darwin recently had the opportunity to test out the Lightweight Water Purification System July 15th, in Darwin, Australia. The unique capabilities of the Logistics Combat Element increase the ability of Marine Rotational Force Darwin to respond to crisis throughout the region. On this day in Marine Corps History in 1990, 200 Marines from Marine Barracks, Subic Bay, Philippines, helped rescue survivors in Cabanatuan after the island was hit by a 7.7 magnitude earthquake where roughly 300 people died. That's it for your Marine Minute, for more news around the Corps go to Marines.mil