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  1. I'm Sgt. Cedric Haller with your Marine Minute. Marine Barracks Washington is in search a new drill master. The drill master is tasked with supervising the maintenance of ceremonial excellence, to include all funerals and memorial ceremonies in the National Capitol Region. Marines eligible for this position must be volunteers who hold, or are selected for the ranks of gunnery sergeant or master sergeant, must be at least a high school graduate with a minimum GT score of 105, possess unquestionable moral character, superlative leadership, exceptional organizational skills and the capacity to serve as an uncompromising example for others to emulate. Qualified volunteers must submit nomination packages no later than 1 June for screeing selection. For more information the eligibility and selection process, please refer to MARADMIN 149/18. That's it for your Marine Minute, for more news around the Corps go to Marines.mil: remember to never drive distracted, we need you in the fight!I'm Sgt. Cedric Haller with your Marine Minute. Marine Barracks Washington is in search a new drill master. The drill master is tasked with supervising the maintenance of ceremonial excellence, to include all funerals and memorial ceremonies in the National Capitol Region. Marines eligible for this position must be volunteers who hold, or are selected for the ranks of gunnery sergeant or master sergeant, must be at least a high school graduate with a minimum GT score of 105, possess unquestionable moral character, superlative leadership, exceptional organizational skills and the capacity to serve as an uncompromising example for others to emulate. Qualified volunteers must submit nomination packages no later than 1 June for screeing selection. For more information the eligibility and selection process, please refer to MARADMIN 149/18. That's it for your Marine Minute, for more news around the Corps go to Marines.mil: remember to never drive distracted, we need you in the fight!
  2. Sgt. Alex Smith tells us about the new M38 Service Rifle and the 10th annual Recon Challenge.
    Marine Minute, May 22, 2018
  3. I'm Sgt. Cedric Haller with your Marine Minute. Exercise Red Dagger is underway at Fort Indiantown Gap, Pennsylvania. Marines with 6th Engineer Support Battalion, 4th Marine Logistics Group, partnered with the 131st Commando Squadron of the British Army. Fort Indiantown Gap provides the ideal training environment for the Marines and Commandos to enhance their skill sets in combat pistol training, offensive and defensive military operations on urbanized terrain, or MOUT, and a series of vertical and horizontal engineering and welding projects. Maj. Timothy McGovney, company commander for 6th ESB said, "It's important to continue this integrated training in order to shoot, move, and communicate together. Both nations have different capabilities and equipment that we can bring to the table to accomplish the same mission." The exercise will conclude May 25. That's it for your Marine Minute, for more news around the Corps go to Marines.mil: remember to never drive distracted, we need you in the fight!
  4. I'm Sergeant Cedric Haller with your Marine Minute. Sgt. Maj. Bradley Kasal relinquished the sword of office of I Marine Expeditionary Force sergeant major to Sgt. Maj. James Porterfield, Friday, May 18. Sergeant Major Kasal was appointed I MEF sergeant major in 2015 and is most recognized for receiving the Navy Cross for heroic actions during Operation Iraqi Freedom. Over in Europe, U.S. Marines with Marine Corps Forces Europe and Africa, along with service members from Finland and Norway, wrapped up Exercise Arrow 18 in Finland, which took place from May 15-18. Exercise Arrow is an annual multi-national exercise with the purpose of training platoon-to battalion-sized mechanized infantry, artillery, and mortar field-training skills with a live fire exercise. That's it for your Marine Minute, for more news around the Corps go to Marines.mil: remember to never drive distracted, we need you in the fight!
  5. Fleet Week is coming back to New York City May 23-29. Only two more days until the Marines come to town.
    Fleet Week New York: 2 days away