Marine Corps Recruiting

Marine Corps Recruiting
Marine Corps Recruiting is listed in the Armed Forces category in Defiance, Ohio. Displayed below are the social networks for Marine Corps Recruiting which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Marine Corps Recruiting on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 85.

Contact information for Marine Corps Recruiting is:
617 5th St
Defiance, OH 43512
(419) 782-9663

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Marine Corps Recruiting has an overall ZapScore of 85. This means that Marine Corps Recruiting has a higher ZapScore than 85% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Defiance, Ohio is 40 and in the category is 38. Learn more about ZapScore.

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#WhytheMarines? Hear answers from two Marines on why they fight and win our nation's battles as part of The Few.

Marines come from many different backgrounds, and they have just as many reasons why they chose to earn our title. Hear from two Marines during Fleet Week NYC on why they choose to fight and win our nation's battles. #WhytheMarines

The Young Marines program teaches the importance of self-confidence, academics & good citizenship. Learn more:

Read more on how CERS (Consolidated Emergency Response System) improves command & coordination of first responders.

Marine Corps bases are implementing CERS, a system that increases emergency response capabilites to support all haz…

BALTOPS, an annual naval exercise, prepares Marines for large-scale warfare, improves combined air & maritime power…

Twin brothers LCpl Mitch Gautreaux and PFC Jason Gautreaux are truly bound in brotherhood. They enlisted together. They trained together in the same platoon during recruit training, Marine combat training, and their MOS school. They recently graduated together from the Squadron Intelligence Training Certification Course at Cherry Point. “If one of us was struggling, we could look over to see the other struggling as well. I’d think to myself ‘If he can do it, I can do it too.’ Our brotherhood was strengthened through the bond the Marine Corps instilled in us. We can’t wait to get into the fleet and actually start making a difference.”— LCpl Gautreaux Read more of their story:

Advising Marines on the Rules of Engagement and the Laws of War are just a few of the responsibilities of a Marine Corps Judge Advocate serving in a deployed environment. Here, Capt Phoebe D. Riner, the staff judge advocate with the Command Element, Special Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force - Southern Command, explains the rules of engagement to Marines and sailors during a simulated noncombatant evacuation operation. The exercise prepares these Marines for crisis response situations they could face during their deployment to Central America.

Rotary-wing aircraft do the heavy lifting when it comes to moving equipment and Marines around the globe.

One Marine Corps. One fighting spirit.