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The Military OneSource Marine Corps portal provides access to Service-specific news, resources, and social media tools with one simple click. This information will help develop totally fit, program savvy Marines and families, robustly equipped with the services and tools they need to meet an era of persistent conflict as well as the challenges of day-to-day life in the 21st Century; especially during transition periods associated with mission, life, and career events.  Keeping faith with our Marines, our Sailors, and our families!


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Marines with Engineer Platoon, Headquarters and Service Company, Ground Combat Element Integrated Task Force, began their Marine Corps Operational Test and Evaluation Activity assessment at Range 107, Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms, California, March 22, 2015.

“Green! He’s alive,” shouted the data collector as he glanced over the light on the dummy’s head and lowered it back onto the ground. The Marines were successful in evacuating him from an M1A1 Abrams tank without damage.

After completing five months of training at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, with more than 20 live-fire exercises and one week of trial runs at Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms, California, the infantry Marines of the Ground Combat Element Integrated Task Force officially began the Marine Corps Operational Test

It is not uncommon for American families to make service to their nation a proud tradition. Marines all across the Corps may have siblings serving in any of the armed forces of the United States. Within the Ground Combat Element Integrated Task Force, two Marines share the distinct honor of serving both their country and their family by being in the same unit.

Whether in training or in combat, a little bit of time can mean a lot to one Marine. History has shown battles to be anything but a convenient endeavor, but one Integrated Task Force Marine’s simple innovation may have an impact on the amphibious assault vehicle community.