Here are five common statements that you may hear when someone is minimizing their alcohol misuse.
Did you know that 80% of jobs are found through networking? Marine for Life facilitates networking through two lines of effort: virtual and face-to-face communication.
For roughly 30,000 Marines who transition each year from the Marine Corps to a new status as a Veteran Marine some are not ready for change.
For many people summer not only brings long, sun-filled days, but also energy costs that seem to rise as quickly as the temperature. Check out these tips for some easy ways to reduce your energy use.
Summer Reading 2016 at libraries across the Marine Corps will be a celebration of sports and achievement with the theme: Read – For the Win!
Are you moving to a new duty station this summer? Your Information and Referral (I&R) Specialist can provide relocation assistance and valuable resources that will help you and your family move with ease.
Finding the perfect gift or surprise for your Marine when he is deployed can be challenging for the whole family. Here are a few simple suggestions.
On May 3rd, Marine Corps Base Quantico said thank you to military spouses by hosting a “Roaring Twenties” celebration.
An innovator. A contributor. A warrior against sexual assault. If these words describe someone you know, consider nominating them for the third annual DOD Sexual Assault Prevention Innovation Award!
Every Marine is a leader, and leaders have a responsibility to stop and prevent retaliation. We must keep the faith of those we lead and serve with.
Why wait until summer to take advantage of the bright sunny days and warm evenings when your child can sign up for Youth Sports today?
From table displays to color races, from subject matter expert panels to softball games, April’s Sexual Assault Awareness & Prevention Month (SAAPM) was observed Corps-wide.
it can be challenging to determine if you or a loved one has a problem with alcohol. Knowing the signs of alcohol misuse is the first step to determining your course of action.
Intramural sports offer all Marines, regardless of skill or experience, an opportunity to participate in a number of organized sports.
Success does not usually happen overnight, but it does happen with a bit of determination. Find out how the Marine for Life Network helped one Marine succeed in his job search.