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U.S. Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command

Camp Lejeune, NC

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2/8 Marines join forces with MARSOC to enhance partner nation force training capabilities 2/8 Marines join forces with MARSOC to enhance partner nation force training capabilities

By Capt. Barry Morris | August 26, 2014

As the nature of conflict and challenges to the U.S. and its interests remain constant, so does the demands of the U.S. Marine Corps’ ability to operate and conduct operations as a closely integrated Marine Air Ground Task Force (MAGTF) with interagency and multinational partners across the full range of military operations.   With this in mind, MORE
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MARSOC welcomes new commander MARSOC welcomes new commander

By MARSOC Public Affairs | August 07, 2014

The U.S. Marine Corps Special Operations Command bid farewell to one commander and welcomed another during a ceremony aboard Stone Bay at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, Aug. 6.   Major Gen. Mark A. Clark relinquished command of MARSOC to Maj. Gen. Joseph L. Osterman before a crowd of nearly 400 inside the MARSOC headquarters auditorium.  Clark, who MORE
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The past aligned with the future: MARSOC becomes Marine Raiders The past aligned with the future: MARSOC becomes Marine Raiders

By Gunnery Sgt. Josh Higgins | August 06, 2014

During World War II, four Marine Raider battalions and two Raider regiments were formed and saw action in the Pacific Theater between 1942 and 1944. Formed to conduct amphibious raids and guerrilla operations behind enemy lines, the Raider battalions were the United States’ first special operations units.   The Raiders went on to participate in MORE
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MARSOC approved to create Special Operations Officer 0370 Primary MOS MARSOC approved to create Special Operations Officer 0370 Primary MOS

By GySgt. Joshua Higgins | July 28, 2014

Marine officers graduating U.S. Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command’s Individual Training Course will be assigned a new primary military occupational specialty, clearing the way for retention and promotion in a professional career path.  Commandant of the Marine Corps General James F. Amos approved development of the new PMOS 0370 and MORE
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Hall passes legacy to Scott as MARSOC sergeant major Hall passes legacy to Scott as MARSOC sergeant major

By Cpl. Donovan Lee | June 27, 2014

United States Marine Forces Special Operations Command bid farewell to one sergeant major and welcomed another during a relief, appointment and retirement ceremony at Stone Bay aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, N.C., June 27.  Sergeant Maj. Thomas F. Hall Jr., relinquished his duties as sergeant major of MARSOC to Sgt. Maj. John W. Scott after MORE
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MARSOC Marine awarded nation’s second highest decoration for valor MARSOC Marine awarded nation’s second highest decoration for valor

By Cpl. Donovan Lee | June 19, 2014

Gunnery Sergeant Jonathan Gifford was posthumously awarded the Navy Cross, the highest decoration bestowed by the Department of the Navy and second highest decoration for valor, during a ceremony at Stone Bay aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, June 17.  General John M. Paxton, Jr., the assistant commandant of the Marine Corps, and Maj. Gen. MORE
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MARSOC Marine awarded Silver Star for actions in Afghanistan

By LCpl. Ryan Young | May 14, 2014

Master Sgt. Donovan Petty, a critical skills operator with 2nd Marine Special Operations Battalion, was awarded the Silver Star Medal by Maj. Gen. Mark A. Clark, commander U.S. Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command, during a ceremony at the MARSOC headquarters at Stone Bay May 12.  Petty served as a team chief with Combined Joint Special MORE
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MARSOC pauses to ‘Honor the Fallen’ MARSOC pauses to ‘Honor the Fallen’

By Capt. Barry Morris | April 25, 2014

  Marines and sailors throughout history are renowned for their ability to accomplish seemingly impossible tasks.  The fact that Marines and sailors take care of their own, in life and in death, is a major contributor to their audacity and mission accomplishment.     With this in mind, Maj. Gen. Mark A. Clark, commanding general of U.S. Marine MORE
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