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Reserve force of the United States Marine Corps.

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United States Marine Corps

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Maritime land force service branch of the United States Armed Forces responsible for conducting expeditionary and amphibious operations through combined arms, implementing its own infantry, artillery, aerial, and special operations forces.

Maritime land force service branch of the United States Armed Forces responsible for conducting expeditionary and amphibious operations through combined arms, implementing its own infantry, artillery, aerial, and special operations forces.

Emblem of the United States Marine Corps
U.S. Marines from the 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit training
Marines from the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit depart USS Tarawa (LHA-1), using both a Landing Craft Utility and CH-53E "Super Stallion" helicopters, during amphibious operations in Kuwait, 2003.
Maj. Samuel Nicholas, first Commandant of the Marine Corps, was nominated to lead the Continental Marines by John Adams in November 1775.
British and U.S. troops garrisoned aboard Hornet and Penguin exchanging small arms musket fire with Tristan da Cuna in the background during the final engagement between British and U.S. forces in the War of 1812
The Final Stand at Bladensburg, Maryland, 24 August 1814
Five USMC privates with fixed bayonets, and their NCO with his sword at the Washington Navy Yard, 1864
Georges Scott, American Marines in Belleau Wood, 1918
Former French Foreign Legion Lieutenant, and U.S. Marine Corps officer Peter J. Ortiz, who served in the European theater, often behind enemy lines
Photograph of the Marine Corps War Memorial, which depicts the second U.S. flag-raising atop Mount Suribachi, on Iwo Jima. The memorial is modeled on Joe Rosenthal's famous Raising the Flag on Iwo Jima.
F4U Corsairs providing close air support to Marines of the 1st Marine Division fighting Chinese forces in North Korea, December 1950
U.S. Marines of "G" Company, 2nd Battalion, 7th Marines in action during Operation Allen Brook in South Vietnam, 1968
Beirut Memorial at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune
U.S. Marines from 1st Battalion, 7th Marines entering a palace in Baghdad in 2003
U.S. Marines dismounting from an Assault Amphibious Vehicle in Djibouti
Organization of the United States Marine Corps
Marine Raiders conducting CQB training
Opha Johnson (far right) in 1946, with Katherine Towle (far left). They are looking at Opha Johnson's uniform being worn by PFC Muriel Albert.
Two of the first female graduates of the School of Infantry-East's Infantry Training Battalion course, 2013
Marine recruits at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego
U.S. Marines in training
An illustration of U.S. Marines in various uniform setups. From left to right: A U.S. Marine in a Marine Corps Combat Utility Uniform with full combat load circa 2003, a U.S. Marine in a (full) blue dress uniform, a U.S. Marine officer in a service uniform, and a U.S. Marine general in an evening dress uniform.
The Eagle, Globe and Anchor along with the U.S. flag, the Marine Corps flag and the Commandant's flag
A recruiting poster making use of the "Teufel Hunden" [sic] nickname
Marines training in martial arts
Marines firing MEU(SOC) pistols while garrisoned aboard a ship
Marine Amphibious Assault Vehicles emerge from the surf onto the sand of Freshwater Beach, Australia
Marine parachutists jumping from an MV-22 Osprey at 10,000 feet
A Marine Corps F-35B, the vertical-landing version of the F-35 Lightning II multirole fighter landing aboard USS Wasp (LHD-1)
Assault Amphibious Vehicles approaching the well deck of USS Bonhomme Richard (LHD-6)
A Marine and sailor training with rifles in Iraq
A soldier from the 1st Infantry Regiment provides security for a joint Army-Marine patrol in Rawa in 2006. The shoulder sleeve insignia has the logo of the 2nd Marine Division.
Marines unloading CH-46 Sea Knight helicopters from an Air Force C-5 Galaxy

As of 2017, the USMC has around 182,000 active duty members and some 38,500 personnel in reserve.

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United States Marine Corps School of Infantry

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Second stage of initial military training for enlisted United States Marines after recruit training.

Second stage of initial military training for enlisted United States Marines after recruit training.

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Marines in the Marine Corps Combat Instructor Course fire the AT-4 as part of their training to become the instructors of Marine Combat Training and Infantry Training Battalion.

The Infantry Training Battalion's mission is to train and qualify Marines in entry level infantry military occupational specialties to provide the Operating Forces and Marine Forces Reserve with Marines capable of conducting expeditionary combat operations.

Toys for Tots

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An early promotional photo from the Toys for Tots program
InPhonic's CEO and CFO present the results of the company's drive in December 2006
FEMA donations following Hurricane Katrina
Marines with the Blue Angels and National Santa, Tim Connaghan, bring toys for Hurricane Sandy victims on December3 at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst. The Marines brought more than $700,000 in toy and book donations on their C-130 "Fat Albert" from donation points in Atlanta and Washington, D.C. The toys were put onto trucks for distribution to families and children in the affected New York/New Jersey area.

Toys for Tots is a program run by the United States Marine Corps Reserve which distributes toys to children whose parents cannot afford to buy them gifts for Christmas.

4th Marine Division insignia

4th Marine Division (United States)

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Structure 4th Marine Division
Across the litter on Iwo Jima's black sands, Marines of the 4th Division shell Japanese positions, 1945
LSM 206 with 23rd Marines Shore Party. LSM 206 was loaded with A Co 133 Naval Construction Battalion's Shore Party equipment & 3 D8s at approx. 0935
Post-1966 4th Marine Division Patch
Marines of the 4th Division prepare to move a simulated casualty to a helicopter at Camp Pendleton
One of the Iraqi rocket launchers destroyed by Battery H, 3rd Battalion, 14th Marines, at the al Burqan Oil Field, Kuwait, 25 February 1991.
A Marine with Battery M, 3/14 hammers a door during a cache search in Rutbah, Iraq.

The 4th Marine Division is a reserve division in the United States Marine Corps.

4th Marine Logistics Group

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The 4th Marine Logistics Group (4th MLG) is a reserve logistics unit of the United States Marine Corps.

The Michigan Naval Militia standing at attention (at present arms).

Naval militia

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Reserve military organization administered under the authority of a state government in the United States.

Reserve military organization administered under the authority of a state government in the United States.

The Michigan Naval Militia standing at attention (at present arms).
New York Naval Militia members respond to Hurricane Sandy.
An officer with the New York Naval Militia prepares his vessel for transport.
Florida Naval Militia sailors from Sarasota, Florida pose for a photo.
Naval militiamen boarding {{USS|Alabama|BB-8|6}} circa 1910.
Members of the naval militia respond to a roll-call in 1913.
Naval militiamen in the early twentieth century.
Exercises at a Naval Militia Camp in Somersville, New York.
A naval militia bugler in 1917, deploying during World War I.
Naval Militia guarding a bridge during World War I.
New York Naval Militia Major General Robert Wolf (right), is congratulated by Major General Joseph Taluto (left).
Members of the New York National Guard take the helm of a New York State Naval Militia patrol boat.
A New York Naval Militia officer works alongside a United States Border Patrol agent.
Members of the New York National Guard join members of the New York State Naval Militia, the Port Authority Police Department and the Coast Guard Reserve.
Boatswain Mate 2 Robert Quinones of the New York State Naval Militia prepares for a joint random anti-terrorism measures program patrol.
The New York State Naval Militia's Patrol Boat 400 is docked on the Hudson River prior to a random anti-terrorism measures program patrol.

It is often composed of reservists of the Navy Reserve, Marine Corps Reserve, and Coast Guard Reserve, retirees and volunteers.