US Marine Corps links of Interest
The Corps Store
The Corps Store was built on and operates around one word ... SUPERB. Superb (from the Latin word SUPERBUS) is defined as "the highest degree of excellence". Like you, we are "on a mission" and ours is to provide you with superb "service, courtesy, and appreciation".
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Marine Graduation Foundation
Precision Medals – Military Medals
If you are looking for a particular medal, ribbon or device we have it. We carry a full line of medals and ribbons for all the Armed Forces including NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration), and the Commissioned Corps of the Public Health Service from the Civil War to the present.
Corps Stories - Great stories of United States Marines.
Marine Moms: A Place to Connect & Share
The web site for Marine Moms and Marine Dads to learn about the United States Marine Corps and to have access to an online resource of USMC web sites and shared information to feel a little more connected to our sons and daughters.
MCRD Graduation Information - Parris Island, SC & MCRD San Diego, CA visitor information and Marine links.
Established in 1979, the Marine Corps Heritage Foundation is a private, non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to the preservation and promotion of Marine Corps history and tradition. We directly support the historical programs of the Marine Corps in ways that might not otherwise be available through government funds.
Established in 1801, Marine Barracks holds the title 'Oldest Post of the Corps'. Marine Barracks, Washington, D.C. is a development of the Information Technology Department, Marine Corps Institute.
Movies in Beaufort, SC
Movies filmed in Beaufort, SC: When and Where. Including the 1957 documentary "Les Marines." The French documentary was filmed on the Marine Corps Recruit Depot at Parris Island and it chronicles the training of recruits at the facility.