Thursday, August 17, 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.

Our outreach programs help us get the word out to Marines as well as veterans so that they have the information they need for a smooth transition, wherever that might be. You can read about some resources advertised on our Warrior Support Team website in our first article.

In this newsletter, meet a volunteer and a Team Marine Parents participant, read about Camp Pendleton, and learn about the Individual Ready Reserve.

God bless and Semper Fi!
Warrior Support Team Resources

These are general resources available for military personnel and their family members during recovery and reintegration.  

Featured TMP Participant:
Jennifer Hallaway

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 Jennifer Hallaway. Jennifer joined TMP as a support system that would help her while her son was at boot camp.

Featured Volunteer 
Jody Christopher

Marine Parent and Volunteer 

Jody recently joined the Warrior Support Team-East as a volunteer and is a treasured member of the team. She lives in Northern Virginia and discovered our need for new volunteers through the Virginia state group on Facebook.  

SOI West: Camp Pendleton

Camp Pendleton, California, is one of two School of Infantry (SOI) locations where newly-minted Marines will be instructed on modern Marine Corps infantry tactics in order to conduct expeditionary combat operations. Camp Pendleton is located approximately 40 miles north of San Diego.

Individual Ready Reserve

All Marines are required to go through the Individual Ready Reserve (IRR) after their initial active-service comes to an end, unless he or she chooses to reenlist., Inc.
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