Thursday, July 6, 2017
Dear Marine parents,

The mission of, Inc., is to provide support, information, and services to Marines and their family members, and create opportunities for the public to support our troops through the organization's outreach programs. 

It is important for Marines to ensure they are prepared to leave the Marine Corps. At some point everyone will have to. You can read the information you may need in our first article that will take you to our After the Corps site.   

In this newsletter, meet a volunteer and a Team Marine Parents participant, learn  about combat marksmanship at SOI and suicide education.  

God bless and Semper Fi!

After the Corps 

Welcome to After the Corps (ATC)! This site is a great resource for you and your Marine to learn more about what to expect as he or she transitions out of active-service and rejoins the civilian world.

Click here to learn more.

Featured TMP Participant:
Aisha Hill

Team Marine Parents (TMP) is a group of individuals, generally parents, family and friends of Marines, who participate in athletic events nationwide to support our troops. The mission is to raise funds and awareness of the organization's outreach programs.

Our featured TMP participant this week is Aisha Hill. Aisha is running the Marine Corps marathon to honor Marines and her Uncle Ron, who served proudly in the Marine Corps for 21 years.  

Click here to donate and learn more.

Featured Volunteer 
Richard Powell

Marine Parent and Volunteer 

Recruit Parents Facebook Groups Volunteer, Richard has been a volunteer with Marine Parents since 2015 and currently serves as the Company Leader for Hotel Company, San Diego. 

Richard has been married to his wife, Lisa, for 23 years. They have 3 children and their youngest son is their Marine. 

Click here to continue reading.

Combat Marksmanship

The Marine Corps' primary mission is to locate, close with, and destroy the enemy by fire and maneuver, as well as to repel assault by fire and close combat during amphibious assaults and subsequent operations ashore. Combat-ready Marines must be skilled in tactics and highly proficient in the use of firearms. Well-trained Marines have the confidence required to deliver accurate fire under the most adverse of battle conditions. 

Suicide Education

If you are the parent of a combat Marine who is struggling with reintegration, please contact us. We have been in touch with far too many veterans and veteran families affected by suicide from suicide attempt survivors to families mourning the unbearable loss of their loved one to suicide. Our Marine Parents Founder said it best: "One suicide is too many. One more suicide is too late.", Inc.
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