It can, often times, be pretty easy to define a physically unsafe relationship. It is a relationship where one or both partners are hit, pushed, or physically harmed in some way. It becomes more complicated to determine if a relationship is emotionally unsafe.
With thousands of Marine Corps children transitioning all over the globe at different times of the year, many states have been working to develop systems of support to ease transitions for military youth through policy action at the state level.
Congratulations to 1st Lt. Lindsay R. Carrick, Officer Candidate School, MCB Quantico, Virginia, and Staff Sergeant Jason T. Pacheco, Wounded Warrior Battalion-West, MCB Camp Pendleton, California who have been chosen as the 2018 Marine Corps Semper Fit Athletes of the year.
The deadline to nominate a military child for Operation Homefront’s 2019 Military Child of the Year® (MCOY) Awards is Wednesday, December 5th. Military Child of the Year® is the nation’s premier celebration of the achievements of military children. The MCOY awards will be presented at a recognition gala on April 18, 2019, in Washington, DC.
Could you quit tobacco for 24 hours? That’s all it takes to start feeling the benefits of being tobacco free.
You’ve probably heard that tobacco is harmful to your health, but have you heard that tobacco can affect your capabilities as a Marine?
Don't let a DUI be the Marine Corps Ball Tradition you always remember.
Marine Corps Veterans are a vital link to the history and tradition of the Corps.
Marine Corps Birthday Ball season is upon us. If this is your first ball or your 30th, these novice Marine Corp Ball etiquette tips continue to apply.
The Operation Tobacco-Free Marine Tobacco Cessation Program was developed to provide the Marine Corps community with the first of its kind, evidence-based tools to help tobacco users quit successfully.