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On a typical Carolina July morning, the temperature is already 93° with a heat index of 103°. These conditions, however, do not stop the 60 or so drivers and additional 30 volunteers and spectators from participating in Autocross.
You voted, waited, and now it’s here! Check out the brand new L.I.N.K.S. logo, which will be featured alongside the yearlong celebration of L.I.NK.S.’ 20th anniversary. For 20 years, L.I.N.K.S. has been helping Marines and their families learn about learn about the Marine Corps history, traditions and rank, local installation resources, services, benefits, military pay, and more.
In a recent behavioral health survey of more than 28,000 Active Duty military personnel, talking with friends and family was the second most common coping strategy for dealing with stress. If you or a loved one needs to talk, Marines and their families can contact the DSTRESS line when they find themselves in crisis or in need of support.
Opha Mae is an English bulldog who’s about to make history. After training, she'll become the Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island’s first female mascot. But did you know that Opha Mae shares her name with another important first in Marine Corps history?
Every summer, thousands of service members are treated for heat-related illness, such as dehydration, heat stroke, and heat exhaustion. Whether you’re out in the field or enjoying a day at home, follow these tips from the CDC to ensure you stay hydrated and prevent heat-related illness.