Thursday, July 20, 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.

OPSEC is a critical component in the Marine Corps. It is vital that we follow the guidelines set by the Marine Corps in order to protect the sensitive information our Marines deal with on a daily basis. You can learn more about OPSEC in our first article.    

In this newsletter, meet a volunteer and a Team Marine Parents participant, learn  about the different weapon systems and find your Marines unit on our Unit Information Page

God bless and Semper Fi!


OPSEC is keeping potential adversaries from discovering critical Department of Defense information. As the name suggests, it protects U.S. operations — planned, in progress, and those completed.


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Featured TMP Participant:
April Rogers

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 April Rogers. April is a mother of three, and her son became a Marine in July of 2016. April is always looking for ways to support our Marines and she has found one in running a marathon.  


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Featured Volunteer 
Jerold Miller

Marine Friend and Volunteer 
Jerry believes his role as a volunteer in the WST/Marine Parents program is trivial compared to the sacrifice of those served. Once per week he joins a small group of men from his Bible study group to provide a special meal to personnel and patients at the Naval Hospital, Balboa, CA.

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What's After Boot: Weapon Systems

While attending School of Infantry (SOI), your Marine will become acquainted with a variety of different weapons and weapon systems. This is a crucial component of Marine Corps training.

Unit Information Page

The UIP (Unit Information Page™) is a 1-2 page all-inclusive resource of information for the Marine Corps unit of your Marine once assigned to his/her PDS. The page includes the unit history and location, USMC contact information, and web sites for each unit., Inc.
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