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San Diego Graduation Information - MCRD San Diego Graduation Information - by Max Beerup
Parris Island Graduation Information - MCRD Parris Island Graduation Information - by Gretchen Miller
Marine Graduation Foundation- Helps financially-challenged families attend boot camp graduation
BootCampGrads.com- Personalized shirts for your trip to San Diego or Parris Island Family Day and Graduation

 

Devil Dog Diary
A day-by-day account of U.S. Marine Corps Training
by GySgt. Will Price


Official USMC Links
USMC
Official Web Site of the United States Marine Corps

  MCRD San Diego
Official MCRD (Marine Corps Recruit Depot) in San Diego.

MCRD Parris Island
Official MCRD (Marine Corps Recruit Depot) at Parris Island.

Reserves
Official Marine Forces Reserves Web Site.

Marine Corps Bases
Camp Lejeune, NC
Official Site: Welcome to Camp Lejeune, N.C., the home of Marine Corps Expeditionary Forces in Readiness.

Twentynine Palms, CA
Official site of Marine Corps Website of MAGTFTC 29 Palms, CA (Marine Corps Air Ground Task Force Training Center)

Camp Pendleton, CA
Official site of MARINE CORPS BASE CAMP PENDLETON, Calif.

Official Military Links

Air Force
Official Web Site of the United States Air Force

Army
Official Web Site of the United States Army

Coast Guard
Official Web Site of the United States Coast Guard

Navy
Official Web Site of the United States Navy

Department of Defense

 

 

For your information:

The number for Yearbook information is 843.228.2990.

If you're looking for past Recruit photos you can call 843.228.1555. They go back to 1943, I believe.

 

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