You’ve probably heard that tobacco is harmful to your health, but have you heard that tobacco can affect your capabilities as a Marine?
Is getting healthier on your to-do list for 2017? Then the commissary’s new Nutrition Guide Program is just the thing you need to help you on your journey to a healthier lifestyle.
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.
You learned about the importance of a personal financial plan during the Transition Readiness Seminar; now is the time to put it into practice.
You know a mentor is key to advancing in your career, but as a Marine spouse where do you find a mentor to provide career guidance, advice and support? Here are 6 places to start your search.
Networking is a vital part of finding new employment opportunities as a transitioning Marine or spouse.Our tips will help you put your best foot forward at your next networking event.
What are you hoping to achieve in 2017? Here are some of the most popular New Year’s resolutions, as well as some tips to help you achieve your goals.
Service members at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni had the unique opportunity to clean up their community by picking up waste on the beaches of Iwo Jima.
On January 5, 2017, three Marines became the first females to join the 1st Infantry Battalion, 8th Marines with the Second Marine Expeditionary Force at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina.
When you entered bootcamp you were tobacco-free. Do you remember what led you to start using tobacco regularly?