MAPIT stands for Marine Awareness and Prevention Integrated Training. But what is it? MAPIT is a tiered initiative which intends to improve the total fitness of all Marines, thereby improving mission readiness.
Animals that sit patiently with you can bring comfort, help you express emotions, teach you to nurture others, and provide unconditional love.
New beginnings, and times during summer breaks are a perfect time to volunteer!
Marine Spouse 101: A new spouse series that highlights the challenges and adventures of a soon-to-be Marine spouse. Follow her story as she begins her Marine Corps journey.
A caregiver can be left feeling helpless and frustrated if their newborn is crying and they are unable to figure out why.
New to Marine Corps life? Sign up for a L.I.N.K.S. course to find answers to some of your biggest questions.
Today more than ever, Marines need to be resilient as we take on new responsibilities, learn new skills, and do more with less.
In a time where social media is so prevalent in the life of a teenager it is important that they too are aware of how they should maintain Operations Security, also known as OPSEC.
Research shows just how dangerous second and third hand smoke is to the people around smokers, but what about the animals who live with us?
Research in a recent article by the National Institute on Drug Abuse revealed while substance use generally begins during the adolescent years, there are known biological, psychological, social, and environmental factors that contribute to the risk that begin accumulating as early as the (prenatal through age 8) period.