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Marines


MARINE CORPS FORCES RESERVE
MFR SEAL - FLAT - 2022
2000 OPELOUSAS AVENUE
New Orleans, LA. 70114

 

 

Sleep is the foundation to health, happiness, and performance. Most of us do not get enough sleep and/or quality sleep. Getting good sleep is essential to your day-to-day performance, as well as your future physical, mental, spiritual, and social fitness. Through the month of March keep a sleep log and challenge yourself with new sleep habits. Register for the challenge...
The community of U.S. Army Garrison Kwajalein Atoll paid tribute during Operation FLINTLOCK’s 80th Anniversary, Jan. 31 – Feb. 4, to honor those who served and assisted in liberating the Marshall Islands during World War II. Operation FLINTLOCK is considered the largest amphibious assault of WWII, directly contributing to the allied defeat of the Imperial Japanese Army...
U.S. Marine Corps Cpl. Astrid Ramos Roman, an administrative clerk with Force Headquarters Group, Marine Forces Reserve, (left) Pfc. Joel Mendoza, student at Logistic Operation School North Carolina, (middle) Cpl. Ashly Mendoza, a finance technician with Combat Logistics Regiment, 3rd Marine Logistics Group, (right) pose for a photo celebrating Joel’s Marine boot camp...
Marine Corps Reserve Sgt. Bobby Philips, motor vehicle operator with Deployment Processing Command - Reserve Support Unit East, Force Headquarters Group, was awarded the Columbia-Richland Fire Department Medal of Honor here, Jan. 19, 2024. According to the fire department Medal of Honor award citation, Philips’ courageous actions, braving life-threatening conditions in...
U.S. Marine Corps Col. Daniel S. Sullivan, the last actively serving Marine in the U.S. Senate, retired from the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve at Marine Barracks Washington, D.C., Feb. 1, 2024. Sullivan is one of four current U.S. Senators to have earned the title U.S. Marine and is one of 34 Marines to have ever served in the U.S. Senate. During the ceremony, Sullivan was...
During Black History Month, the Marine Corps proudly commemorates the service and legacy of all African Americans who have served in our ranks. Recognizing the resilience, leadership and courage displayed by Black Marines, we honor the role they played in shaping our Corps into the force it is today. Our constant pursuit of warfighting excellence relies on the...
U.S. Marine Corps Col. Masie Wong, left, commanding officer, 4th Civil Affairs Group, Force Headquarters Group, Marine Forces Reserve and Sgt Maj. Brian Judkins, center, command senior enlisted leader, 4th Civil Affairs Group, Force Headquarters Group, Marine Forces Reserve, presents a Navy-Marine Corps Commendation Medal to Sgt. Neil Howe, civil affairs specialist 4th...
U.S. Marine Corps Lt. Col. David Kelm, left, the battalion commander of 2nd Battalion 25th Marines, and Lt. Col. Patrick Skehan, right, the inspector instructor of 2nd Battalion 25th Marines, cut the ribbon at a ceremony at the new Home Training Center in Brooklyn, New York, Jan. 6, 2024. The HTC emphasizes unit readiness and unity, the reintroduction into the Brooklyn...
U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Maj. Edwin A. Mota, left, sergeant major of Marine Forces Reserve and Marine Forces South, pins Brig. Gen. Omar Randall to his current rank at Marine Corps Support Facility New Orleans, Dec. 22, 2023. Randall, a native of the Bronx, New York has served as the deputy commander of MARFORRES and MARFORSOUTH since May of 2023. (U.S. Marine Corps photo...
Reserve Marines: looking for 23 volunteers to take seven-month active-duty orders to support SAG-U in U.S. European Command. Click here to view requirements, more information, and application.
Introducing our cutting-edge application designed to transform the way Marines, Sailors, and their families connect and thrive within the USMCR community. Leveraging state-of-the-art technology, our platform centers on four core pillars: Communication, Connectivity, Interventions, and Resources.
The Diversity AIMED (attract, identify, mentor, educate, develop) Officer Program, known as DAOP, strives to attract high-performing Marines from historically underrepresented populations and provide them with the opportunity to visualize and gain insight on the commissioning process in order to continue filling the officer corps with different life perspectives. A Marine...
 

 

Video by Lance Cpl. Isaiah Smith
IDT eligibility and point of contact updates
Marine Forces Reserve (MARFORRES)
Feb. 15, 2024 | 1:13
U.S. Marine Corps 2nd Lt. Kaitlin Kassal, staff judge advocate, Headquarters Battalion, Marine Forces Reserve, speaks on updates to inactive duty training (IDT) eligibility and points of contact at Marine Corps Support Facility New Orleans, Feb 8, 2024. IDT reimbursement is a program set in place to financially aid Marines who travel a significant distance to attend their mandatory drill duties. (U.S. Marine Corps video by Lance Cpl. Isaiah W. Smith)

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