HONOR A MARINE

Support the United States Marine Corps Memorial Remodel through the purchase of a brick or through a donation.

BUY A BRICK OR TWO FOR YOUR FAMILY MEMBERS or FRIENDS at the NEW UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS MEMORIAL

Other Marine Corps Affiliated Resources

Other Marine Corps Affiliated Resources

The Association is a “Special Purpose” Marine Corps League detachment that has maintained and made improvements to the original Memorial since 1977.

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The mission of the Marine Corps League is to promote the interest and to preserve traditions of the United States Marine Corps; strengthen the fraternity of Marines and their families; serve Marines, FMF Corpsmen, and FMF Chaplains who wear or who have worn the Eagle, Globe and Anchor; and foster the ideals of Americanism and patriotic volunteerism.

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Colorado is home to many Marines and the Colorado State Department of the Marine Corps League gives Marines and FMF Corpsmen a chance to be part of an outstanding group of Devil Dogs. The Marine Corps League is comprised of Marines and Fleet Marine Force (FMF) Corpsmen. Our ranks comprise the active, reserves, retired and honorably discharged Marines/FMF Corpsmen with 90 days or more of service. Some of our detachments also have a dedicated auxiliary unit, that welcome all people whom share a interest in the Marine Corps into our ranks as auxiliary members.

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The Auxiliary was formed for the purposes of promoting the interests of the U. S. Marine Corps, the Marine Corps League and to protect and advance the welfare of Marines and their dependents. Auxiliary members participate in a wide variety of programs that benefit and preserve the fundamental rights and freedoms of every person of this Nation, young and old.

Please note that this website serves BOTH the Marine Corps League AND the Marine Corps League AUXILIARY of the Rocky Mountain Division

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1st Marine Division is a multi-role, expeditionary ground combat force. The Division is employed as the ground combat element (GCE) of I MEF or may provide task-organized forces for assault operations and such operations as may be directed. The 1st Marine Division must be able to provide the ground amphibious forcible entry capability to the naval expeditionary force (NEF) and to conduct subsequent land operations in any operational environment.

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Mission Statement

  • To preserve and promote the history and traditions of women Marines
  • To foster, encourage and perpetuate the spirit of comradeship among women in the Marine Corps
  • To promote the welfare of elderly, disabled and needy women Marines
  • To provide assistance to hospitalized veterans and members of the Armed Forces
  • To promote the civic and social welfare of the community
  • To sponsor or participate in patriotic activities, especially those that perpetuate the traditions and Espirit de Corps of the Marine Corps
  • To conduct programs for charitable and educational purposes
 
The bond and camaraderie shared by those who have gone through the training to become a UNITED STATES MARINE are ever prevalent among all women Marines — they know no generational boundaries.
 

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Since the Young Marines’ humble beginnings in 1959 with one unit and a handful of boys, the organization has grown to 264 units with 8,500 youth and 2,500 adult volunteers in 39 states, the District of Columbia, Germany, Japan and affiliates in a host of other countries.

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Today’s generation of Marines have made unprecedented sacrifices. And while there are many ways to honor our Nation’s heroes, there is no organization closer to the intersection of real need and lasting impact than the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation.

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Our Mission: To design and create exceptional Military rings and fine jewelry for our Veterans to proudly wear in honor of their service to our Country and to serve our Military fine jewelry needs.

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