Includes organizations, associations, clubs, and any other organized body of people somehow related to or affiliated with the United States Marine Corps, usually in an unofficial capacity.
For all members of the Armed Forces of the United States or her Allies who are now serving, or who have served with any Force Reconnaissance Company, Regular or Reserve: Deep Recon Platoons of Marine Division Reconnaissance Battalions; or personnel who served in Amphibious Reconnaissance Units between 1943 and 1958; and others who assisted them.
Assists Marines and wounded Armed Forces personnel in the Tampa Bay, Florida area.
For those men and women who served or are serving as Marines with Headquarters Battalion or the Marine Security Guard Battalion, Headquarters U.S. Marine Corps. Formerly HQMC Old Timers Assn.
Provides financial assistance to wounded Marines and their families while they recover. Includes Marine stories, news and events, FAQs, and information about donating.
Contains newsletter, sea stories, pictures, links, membership information, reunion updates, and memorials.
For all who have earned and worn the Eagle, Globe, and Anchor, the Marine Corps Association is the professional organization for all Marines - active duty, reserve, retired and Marine veterans.
Members of the Marine Corps League join together in camaraderie and fellowship for the purpose of preserving the traditions and promoting the interests of the United States Marine Corps.
Association of those U. S. Marines performing, or having performed, duties at the American Embassies and Consulate Generals around the world.
Raises funds to provide toys to supplement the collections of local coordinators and defray the costs of conducting annual Toys for Tots campaigns.
Established to perpetuate the legacy of the first African Americans who entered the Marine Corps from 1942 to 1949. Offers news, downloads, convention details, gift store, community service projects, events, boot camp pictures, history album, and the history of African American service in the Corps.
Chartered on September 4, 1937 as a subsidiary organization of the Marine Corps League. Formed for the purposes of promoting the interests of the U. S. Marine Corps.
A private nonprofit organization dedicated to the preservation and promotion of Marine Corps history and tradition. Includes information about the Heritage Center, museums, Marines in history, news, events, and gift shop.
Bylaws, officers, letter from the president, membership information and application, chapters, history, reunions, scholarships, and informational resources.
Non-profit organization supporting scholarships in the United States and Solomon Islands, the Raider Museum in Richmond, VA and the Raider Room in the Command Museum, Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego, CA. History of the World War II Marine Raiders.
Comprised of former and active Marine journalists, photographers, motion picture, radio, television broadcasters, authors, artists, and illustrators who have dedicated their lives and careers to informing the American public about the Marine Corps and its programs, activities, and achievements. Newsletters, meeting minutes, chapters, history, officers, bylaws, membership information, career paths, directory, and conference information.
A non-profit, non-political veterans association comprised of women who have served or are serving honorably in the United States Marine Corps, regular or reserve components.
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