2 WELCOME TO MARINE CORPS RECRUIT DEPOT PARRIS ISLAND On behalf of the Commanding General, Marine Corps Recruit Depot and Eastern Recruiting Region, welcome to this morning s graduation ceremony. Today s graduates have earned the title United States Marine through hard work, perseverance, and personal sacrifice. While we recognize what they have accomplished, we must also recognize the role you played. Your support and encouragement sustained them, helping them realize their goal of becoming a Marine. Thank you, and welcome to our Marine Corps family! You re undoubtedly aware that the Marine Corps and our country expect much of your Marine. They are now held to a higher standard; a standard rooted in our core values and embraced during their transformation from civilian to Marine. They have established a solid foundation that will allow them to face life s challenges with confidence, courage, and honor. They have been tested in recruit training and will face greater tests in the future. This pamphlet provides a brief overview of our core values and the concept of transformation, and provides guidance useful during your new Marine s leave period and for reporting to their next assignment. Please review this information together. You will better understand what your Marine has done, and they will be better prepared for their next stage of training. If you have any questions your Marine cannot answer while home, please contact your local recruiter. Thank you for entrusting us with your Marine. Together, we, the Marine Corps family, can keep our Marines focused on their mission and purpose. The result will be limitless potential for success in the Marine Corps and in life. I hope you enjoy the remainder of your visit at Parris Island and will take time to tour our Recruit Depot with your Marine. Please accept my best wishes for a happy and safe return home for both you and your Marine.
3 SEQUENCE OF EVENTS Invocation* Sound Attention Adjutant's Call March On of Troops National Anthem* Sound Off Report Publish the Order Officers' Center Commanding Officer Remarks Pass in Review Retirement of Guidons Introduction of Award Recipients Marines' Hymn* Final Dismissal *PLEASE RISE
4 Some people live their whole lives and wonder if they have made a difference. Marines don t have that problem. President Ronald Reagan
5 UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS RECRUIT TRAINING REGIMENT MARINE CORPS RECRUIT DEPOT PARRIS ISLAND, SOUTH CAROLINA 6 APRIL 2018 Recruit Training Regiment COMMANDING OFFICER...Colonel J. M. Barnett SERGEANT MAJOR...Sergeant Major C. D. Thomas 2nd Recruit Training Battalion COMMANDING OFFICER......Colonel H. Centeno SERGEANT MAJOR......Sergeant Major J. M. Adcox Commander of Troops First Sergeant J. H. Hazel Parade Adjutant Staff Sergeant K. D. Fajfar Company E, 2nd Recruit Training Battalion COMMANDING OFFICER...Captain C. M. Sokoloski COMPANY FIRST SERGEANT......First Sergeant J. H. Hazel LEAD SERIES COMMANDER...Captain B. T. Cole LEAD SERIES COMMANDER......First Lieutenant W. F. Walker FOLLOW SERIES COMMANDER...First Lieutenant Z. R. Rocco FOLLOW SERIES COMMANDER....Captain C. R. Emde LEAD SERIES CHIEF DRILL INSTRUCTOR...Staff Sergeant S. Martinezbravo FOLLOW SERIES CHIEF DRILL INSTRUCTOR...Gunnery Sergeant J. Warthen Drill Masters Staff Sergeant G. A. Laurido Chaplain Lieutenant N. M. Suddath, USN Sergeant E. Medina Sergeant D. W. Losacano Color Guard Sergeant K. U. Burney Sergeant J. M. Rodgers
6 PLATOON 2024 SENIOR DRILL INSTRUCTOR...SSgt J. Ramirez DRILL INSTRUCTOR SSgt Z. W. Fitzgerald DRILL INSTRUCTOR...SSgt J. T. Arnold DRILL INSTRUCTOR... Sgt C. Manzo PLATOON HONOR GRADUATE PFC D. C. Barge HOMETOWN...Altamonte Springs, FL RECRUITED BY...SSgt Livsey PLATOON HIGH SHOOTER...Pvt N. B. Tordoff (327) MARKSMANSHIP INSTRUCTOR...Sgt Dlugolecki PLATOON HIGH COMBINED PFT/CFT...PFC N. E. Hill (591) Pvt Altamirano, Jorge D. PFC Barge, Dygeriyan C.* Pvt Bellance, Averi G. Pvt Benitez, Mario Pvt Buckner III, William A. Pvt Casey, Matthew C. Pvt Ciccozzi, Johnathan S. PFC Cichelli, Joshua A.* PFC Ciocca, Dominic D. Pvt Clark, Jonathan D. Pvt Collins, Michael L. Pvt Hernandez, Alexander Pvt Hernandez, Justin L. PFC Herzog, Colden E. Pvt Hickman, Carlos A. PFC Hill, Nicholas E. PFC Ingram, Julian L. PFC Jaramillorobles, Francisco J. Pvt Kluska, Drew A. Pvt Lopiccolo, Matthew H. PFC Marlowe, Joshua T. Pvt Mendez, Randy K. Pvt Morrow II, Daniel W. Pvt Mosca, Nicholas K. PFC Nguyen, Sang H. PFC Padilla, Tylor M. PFC Poole, Hudson F. Pvt Pridgeon, Tyler J. Pvt Rivera III, Jovinario D. PFC Robinson, Dachauyn O. Pvt Rubiobeaulieu, Alexander V. Pvt Sanchez, Mitchell J. Pvt Sarcenocruz, Alvin H. Pvt Short Jr., Gerard D. PFC Silva, Lucas F. PFC Smith, Kendale K. PFC Thibodeau, Derek A.* Pvt Tordoff, Nicholas B. Pvt Trump, Jameson H. Pvt Vega, Brevin G. Pvt Welton Jr., Douglas A. PFC Woolbright, Bradley W. Pvt Wrazin, Noah J. PFC Zdanis, Stephen R. *Denotes meritorious promotion to current rank.
7 PLATOON 2025 SENIOR DRILL INSTRUCTOR...SSgt J. E. Graves DRILL INSTRUCTOR......SSgt D. A. Cubbage DRILL INSTRUCTOR...SSgt C. S. Goard DRILL INSTRUCTOR......SSgt A. E. Mcintosh PLATOON HONOR GRADUATE......PFC B. C. Carroll HOMETOWN...Atlanta, Ga RECRUITED BY...SSgt Debaker PLATOON HIGH SHOOTER...PFC J. L. Hurd (323) MARKSMANSHIP INSTRUCTOR...Sgt Swick PLATOON HIGH COMBINED PFT/CFT... PFC B. C. Carroll (584) Pvt Baker, Alex N. Pvt Besch, Marcus A. PFC Bryant, Devin C. * Pvt Calhoun, Makenzee C. PFC Carroll, Brendan C. Pvt Crider, Dylan D. Pvt Dehart, Jordan A. Pvt Douglass, Connor B. PFC Draime, Joshua D. PFC Faulk, Matthew R. PFC Fowler, Riley J. Pvt Heath, Dalton S. Pvt Holloway, Alexander B. PFC Hough, David C. PFC Hurd, Jacob L. Pvt Johnson, Nassir T. Pvt Long, Travis A. Pvt Lessner, Amir J. Pvt Mahon, Seth L. Pvt Mercerdawkins, Jaeden T. PFC Mudd, Joseph L. PFC Oakes, Joshua L. PFC Ovalle, Elijah B. PFC Panameno, Brandon T. Pvt Perez, Henry A. PFC Powell, Harley T. Pvt Ranes, Christophe S. Pvt Roberts, Carson J. PFC Rogers, Zachary T. Pvt Roman, Jonathan M. Pvt Ruiz, Kevin G. PFC Schaap, Gregory V. * PFC Shuey, Cameron T. * PFC Sisk, Joshua J. Pvt Smith, Noah T. Pvt Song, Isaac Pvt Strader, Jason B. Pvt Unwin, Tyler L. Pvt Vulgamott, Parker G. Pvt Warrington, Joshua L. Pvt Weger, Nicolas J. Pvt Winn, Laurel J. PFC Young, Graham P. *Denotes meritorious promotion to current rank.
8 PLATOON 2026 SENIOR DRILL INSTRUCTOR...SSgt J. W. Serfas DRILL INSTRUCTOR...SSgt K. C. Charlton DRILL INSTRUCTOR...Sgt A. J. Schmitz DRILL INSTRUCTOR...Sgt H. Leal PLATOON HONOR GRADUATE...PFC J. S. King HOMETOWN...Fredericksburg, Va RECRUITED BY...Sgt Lytrisher COMPANY HIGH SHOOTER...Pvt E.W. Quick (333) MARKSMANSHIP INSTRUCTOR...Sgt Dick PLATOON HIGH COMBINED PFT/CFT...PFC K. S. Sutton (574) PFC Allen, Devin J. Pvt Blanton, Trevor A. Pvt Carr, Quintin A. Pvt Cortes, Emilio A. PFC Cory, Jason W. Pvt Cromartie, Darren S. PFC Devlaminck, Zane K. Pvt Dizmang, Christophe A. Pvt Garcia, Mario Pvt Gowie, Carl J. Pvt Guadarramaalvarez, Carlos D. Pvt Hafenstein, Brett J. Pvt Harvey, Joseph E. Pvt Henry, Samuel J. PFC Hernandez, Johnathan D. Pvt Johnson, Zachary T. PFC Kilgore, Devon S. PFC King, Justin S.* Pvt Kolody III, James S. Pvt Landsm, Dashawn A. Pvt Martin, Jordan R. Pvt Mcdowell, Christophe M. Pvt Miller, Kyle R. Pvt Munoz, Fernando M. Pvt Odell, Brendan T. Pvt Outar Jr., Robin C. PFC Page, Riley T. Pvt Quick, Evan W. Pvt Rasor Jr., Miguel R. PFC Rochon, Cassidy J. Pvt Rondon, Christian P. Pvt Smith, Cameron A. Pvt Snyder, Ryan J. Pvt Southerland, Kore N. PFC Sutton, Kyler S.* PFC Tomasiniroman, Giann C. Pvt Torresrodriguez, Dustin Pvt Vlahos, Eric M. Pvt Wentzel, Robert A. Pvt Wheeler, Bretton M. Pvt Williams, Jerad A. PFC Wilson, Thomas A.* PFC Wolverton, Austin T. *Denotes meritorious promotion to current rank.
9 PLATOON 2028 SENIOR DRILL INSTRUCTOR...SSgt B. J. Hawley DRILL INSTRUCTOR......SSgt J. T. Reilly DRILL INSTRUCTOR...SSgt J. M. Cobb PLATOON HONOR GRADUATE......PFC J. T. Zsofka HOMETOWN...Derry, NH RECRUITED BY...Sgt Brown PLATOON HIGH SHOOTER...Pvt C. M. Sheppard (318) MARKSMANSHIP INSTRUCTOR...Sgt Hunt PLATOON HIGH COMBINED PFT/CFT... PFC J. T. Zsofka (579) Pvt Adams, Connor M. Pvt Allen, Kevonne E. Pvt Beasley, Eric L. PFC Berridge, Robert J.* PFC Berthiaume, Patrick R.* Pvt Bielik, Cody R. Pvt Chucales, Dominic A. Pvt Evans, Alik C. Pvt Fenstermacher, Austin B. Pvt Gallardo, Leonardo X. PFC Gollman, Amiri K. Pvt Governale, Matthew J. PFC Grady, Brett K. Pvt Gray, Eric P. Pvt Gumaer, Eugene R. Pvt Hicks Jr., Anthony L. Pvt Hoey, Justin A. Pvt Holtzcher, Noah J. PFC Johansen, Alexander S.* Pvt Kinter, Mason A. Pvt Kocka, Paxton A. PFC Kunshaft, Cole J. Pvt Leslie, Kevin W. Pvt Lewey, Vincent C. Pvt Liddle, Jacob C. PFC Lorenzonmuniz, Keliezer Pvt Louis, Saige W. Pvt Pinedocastillo, Miguel J. Pvt Polk, Austin R. Pvt Sheppard, Connor M. Pvt Smith, Caul T. Pvt Thompson, Zachary C. Pvt Trujillo, Salomon Pvt Walker, Ryan A. Pvt Weaver, Benjamin J. PFC Wiltshire, Alexander B. PFC Zsfoka, Janos T. *Denotes meritorious promotion to current rank.
10 PLATOON 2029 SENIOR DRILL INSTRUCTOR...GySgt J. P. Bublitz DRILL INSTRUCTOR...Sgt T. M. Zych DRILL INSTRUCTOR...Sgt E. A. Saezmorales DRILL INSTRUCTOR...Sgt D. J. Vega COMPANY HONOR GRADUATE...PFC B. M. May HOMETOWN...Mandeville, LA RECRUITED BY...SSgt Mckarry PLATOON HIGH SHOOTER...PFC D. J. Boehr (327) MARKSMANSHIP INSTRUCTOR...Sgt Thomas COMPANY HIGH COMBINED PFT/CFT...Pvt C. L. King (592) Pvt Aguila, Jordan J. Pvt Altimari, Ryan A. Pvt Amaya, Cesar A. PFC Anderson II, Alfred C.* Pvt Arnold, Nathan P. Pvt Barreno, Christopher G. PFC Bernier, Chadd. J. Pvt Berkemeir, Jacob T. PFC Bohrer, Derek J.* Pvt Chaney Jr., Philip E. PFC Clark, Jacob E. PFC Conway, Dillon P. Pvt Crossgrove, Zachary A. PFC Diponzio, Richard A. PFC Duong, Kevin PFC Fieler, Austin M. PFC Genna, Samuel J.* PFC Gibson, Joseph M. Pvt Hargis III, Richard F. PFC Harvey, Matthew L. Pvt King, Colten L. PFC Leone IV, Daniel A. PFC Lugolugo, Doel A. Pvt Martin, Joshua R. PFC May, Brock M. Pvt Maynard, Christopher A. PFC Mceldred, Austin W. Pvt Moor, Aeron G. Pvt Moralesvalle, David I. Pvt Morgan, Hunter R. PFC Mullins, Joshua L. PFC Paloni Jr., Dominic M.* Pvt Parker, Nathan S. Pvc Parker, Ryan M. Pvt Phelps, Spencer J. PFC Phillips, David T. Pvt Pollock, Joshua G. PFC Richter, Thomas D. Pvt Shelton, Adam C. PFC Smoot, Khaleb J. PFC Teal, Aaron J.* Pvt Wells, Schuyler A. Pvt Whiteslaton, Isaiah Pvt Wright, Alex N. *Denotes meritorious promotion to current rank.
11 PLATOON 2030 SENIOR DRILL INSTRUCTOR...SSgt M. J. Patrick DRILL INSTRUCTOR.....SSgt K. D. Fajfar DRILL INSTRUCTOR...Sgt J. J. Anderson DRILL INSTRUCTOR... Sgt C. A. Henderson PLATOON HONOR GRADUATE......PFC C. E. Vargas HOMETOWN...Lancaster, PA RECRUITED BY...SSgt Quinlan PLATOON HIGH SHOOTER...Pvt L. T. Mulder (322) MARKSMANSHIP INSTRUCTOR...Sgt Dean PLATOON HIGH COMBINED PFT/CFT... PFC A. Diallo (559) Pvt Alfaro, Jeremy A. Pvt Calero, Daniel A. Pvt Chavez, Angel PFC Diallo, Aboulrahi PFC Drake, Raymond B. Pvt Duran, Harrison Pvt Eck, Joel H. Pvt Esposito, John A. PFC Garcia, Anthony J. Pvt Gardner, Bryan W. Pvt Henning, Austin M. Pvt Hickman, Cody A. Pvt Hill, Christian Y. PFC Humenansky, William J.* Pvt Hurt, Eltarrius V. Pvt James, Peter T. Pvt Johnson, Jordan M. Pvt Lai, Kyle A. PFC Latchman, Ravindra Pvt Lee, Tommy L. Pvt Lopez, Aaron B. PFC Lybrand, Layne B. Pvt Maurer, Jacob D. Pvt Mulder, Lincoln T. PFC Mullin, Jared N. Pvt Mullins, Patrick R. Pvt Nothnagel, Kyle R. Pvt Oconnor, Steven C. Pvt Offutt, Preston A Pvt Quiros, Winston L. Pvt Ramirez, Marcos Pvt Reid, Andrew R. PFC Roldan, Felix R.* Pvt Ruta, Spencer A. Pvt Santimaruo, John P. Pvt Strine, Bryce J. Pvt Szkalak, Stephen E. Pvt Tatesure, Thomas R. PFC Vargas, Christopher E.* PFC White, Tyrelle L. Pvt Whitfield, Samuel J. *Denotes meritorious promotion to current rank.
13 TRANSFORMATION The Marine Corps makes Marines and wins battles. We consider these two activities to be inextricably linked, and believe the individual Marine decides the outcome of any conflict or military action despite constant advances in battlefield technology. Today, Marines are committed across the globe to operations as diverse as guarding American diplomatic missions, providing disaster relief, and conducting combat operations. Thousands more remain forward deployed, ready to secure our nations interest on short notice. Operating successfully in such diverse and complex operating environments is challenging, but these challenges are not new. Marines have faced, and overcome, similar challenges throughout history. To ensure our future success, we looked to the Marines of the past to see what made them successful in battles like Belleau Wood, Iwo Jima, the Chosin Reservoir, Hue City, and Fallujah. We found that strong character and a fighting spirit rooted in core values were essential to our past success. Developing strength of character and instilling these core values is the essence of what we call transformation. THE TRANSFORMATION LIFECYCLE The transformation process begins with recruiting, where we select young men and women of demonstrated potential and commitment and prepare them for recruit training. Transformation accelerates during boot camp, where Drill Instructors remain the key to making Marines. Drill Instructors transform recruits into basic Marines through intense, demanding training including close order
14 drill, physical fitness, academics, combat water survival, close combat, and marksmanship. They instruct, mentor and lead recruits, exemplifying Core Values in all they do. Their efforts culminate during the 11th week of training in the Crucible, a grueling 54-hour evaluation of physical, mental, and moral fitness emphasizing selflessness and teamwork. Transformation is sustained and reinforced throughout each Marine s period of service while assigned to operating units, where teamwork and commitment are essential to success. Regular training and individual mentorship support the continued development of each Marine. Additionally, required formal courses of Professional Military Education emphasize further development of character and core values. Ultimately, we seek to return transformed Americans home to strengthen our society at the completion of their service. The Corps is known for making Marines who leave active duty to become strong leaders in the community. These Marines demonstrate the lasting value of strength of character based on our core values.
15 U.S. MARINE CORPS CORE VALUES Generations of American men and women have given special meaning to the term United States Marine by their performance on and off the battlefield. Feared by enemies, respected by allies, and loved by the American people, Marines are a special breed. This reputation was gained and is maintained by adhering to a set of enduring core values, the guiding beliefs and principles that give us strength, influence our attitudes, and regulate our behavior. Our Core Values are: HONOR The quality that guides Marines to exemplify the ultimate in ethical and moral behavior; to never lie, cheat, or steal; to abide by an uncompromising code of integrity; to respect human dignity; to have respect and concern for each other. The quality of maturity, dedication, trust, and dependability that commits Marines to act responsibly; to fulfill obligations; to be accountable for actions and to hold others accountable for their actions. COURAGE Courage is the mental, moral, and physical strength ingrained in Marines to carry them through the challenges of combat and the mastery of fear; to do what is right; to adhere to a higher standard of personal conduct; to lead by example, and to make tough decisions under stress and pressure. COMMITMENT The spirit of determination that leads to professionalism and mastery of the art of war. It leads to the highest order of discipline for unit and self; enabling 24-hour-a-day dedication to Corps and Country; pride; concern for others; and an unrelenting determination to achieve a standard of excellence in every endeavor. Commitment is the value that establishes the Marine as the warrior and citizen others strive to emulate.
16 GUIDANCE FOR NEW MARINES As one of our Corps newest Marines, you will normally travel to your home of record for 10 days of well earned boot leave prior to reporting for follow-on training at the School of Infantry. While home on leave, take the time to rest and re-connect with your Marine family and friends. Stay true to our core values of honor, courage, and commitment. Maintain your physical fitness, and remain safe in day-to-day activities. Use this time to rest, reflect upon the commitment you have made to our Corps and nation, and prepare for your next phase of training. I encourage you to contact your recruiter and assist them in selecting qualified candidates for enlistment. YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES As a basic Marine, imbued with our Core Values, you now represent our Corps. You are expected to exemplify personal character, selflessness, and military virtue. Ensure you stay mentally, morally, and physically prepared to embark on your next challenge of becoming a basic rifleman. Conduct yourself in accordance with the high standards to which you have been held. Demonstrate to everyone your transformation into a proud, disciplined Marine. Many of your friends and acquaintances will not understand your commitment, and you may need to make tough decisions as a result. Have courage. Remember, you now represent the Marine Corps to your family, friends, hometown, and our nation. MY EXPECTATIONS As a basic Marine, imbued with our Core Values, you now represent our Corps. You are expected to exemplify personal character, selflessness, and military virtue. Ensure you stay mentally, morally, and physically prepared to embark on your next challenge of becoming a basic rifleman. Conduct yourself in accordance with the high standards to which you have been held. Demonstrate to everyone your transformation into a proud, disciplined Marine. Many of your friends and acquaintances will not understand your commitment, and you may need to make tough decisions as a result. Have courage. Remember, you now represent the Marine Corps to your family, friends, hometown, and our nation.
17 ENTRY-LEVEL TRAINING OVERVIEW The chart below outlines the basic entry level training progression for new Marines, from recruit training, through the School of Infantry, and on to the Operating Forces. Most Marines assigned non-infantry Military Occupational Specialties (MOS) will complete Marine Combat Training while at the School of Infantry, followed by their MOS school. Some assigned non-infantry MOSs will attend Infantry Training Battalion in lieu of Marine Combat Training, followed by their MOS school. Those assigned infantry MOSs will attend Infantry Training Battalion. RECRUIT TRAINING ~76 DAYS LEAVE 10 DAYS SCHOOL OF INFANTRY Non-Infantry MOS (with exceptions) Infantry MOS (with exceptions) marine combat training ~5 WEEKS infantry training battalion ~9 WEEKS MOS SCHOOL (TIME VARIES) OPERATING FORCES
18 MERITORIOUS PROMOTIONS Marines are eligible to earn meritorious promotions to the next higher rank by referring qualified applicants for enlistment to their recruiter. A private needs only one referral for promotion to private first class. In addition to increased authority and responsibility, this promotion will increase the Marine s pay more than $150 per month. A private first class requires only two referrals for promotion to lance corporal. This promotion will increase the Marine s pay by over $75 per month and will provide the Marine an even greater opportunity to demonstrate his or her leadership and professionalism. SCHOOL OF INFANTRY REPORTING INSTRUCTIONS Report to the Commanding Officer, School of Infantry-East. The uniform for reporting to the School of Infantry-East is the Service A uniform. Pack two full sets of utilities (one green digital and one desert digital), boots and hygiene kit in your carry-on bag. Carry your ID card, ID tags, orders, SRB and medical/dental records in your carry-on bag. Bring all Marine Corps issued clothing and equipment. Wear appropriate civilian attire while traveling between your leave address and the School of Infantry-East. If you need immediate assistance while you are on leave, contact your recruiter. The contact information for the School of Infantry-East at Camp Geiger, North Carolina is Student Administration at (910) /0442/0443. During non-working hours ( Monday- Friday, weekends, and holidays), call the Officer of the Day at (910) The School of Infantry-East website contains additional information. The address is Review photos from today s graduation at the official Parris Island Facebook page.
19 MARINES HYMN From the halls of Montezuma, To the shores of Tripoli; We fight our country s battles In the air, on land, and sea; First to fight for right and freedom And to keep our honor clean; We are proud to claim the title OF UNITED STATES MARINE. Our flag s unfurled to every breeze From dawn to setting sun; We have fought in every clime and place Where we could take a gun; In the snow of far-off northern lands And in sunny tropic scenes; You will find us always on the job THE UNITED STATES MARINES. Here s health to you and to our Corps Which we are proud to serve; In many a strife we ve fought for life And have never lost our nerve; If the Army and the Navy Ever look on heaven s scenes; They will find the streets are guarded BY UNITED STATES MARINES.
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