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Good PR, and a Great Cause

Public Relations efforts aren't always self-serving, as shown by Hoppe's support of American fighting men and women overseas.

One 1911, Two Heroes

A hero and his gun reunited after 33 years.

Leatherwood/Hi-Lux Optics Introduces New Malcolm 8X USMC Sniper Scope

An affordable reproduction of a scope used by Carlos Hathcock is now available.

USMC Awards Infantry Automatic Rifle Contract to HK

Heckler & Koch was awarded a competitive contract to produce the U.S. Marine Corps' new Infantry Automatic Rifle (IAR). The formal "Full Rate Production" announcement by the Marines caps a competition that began more than three years ago.

Crosman Launches New Marines Airsoft Line

Crosman Corporation, long known for innovation and quality in the shooting sports, earlier announced a licensing agreement with the U.S. Marine Corps to design, manufacture and market Marines Airsoft branded products.

Marine Corps Pistol Decision Expected This Spring

The much-awaited decision on what company will manufacture the Marine Corps' new .45-caliber Close Quarters Battle Pistol is taking shape, with Marine officials saying the announcement could come in a matter of weeks.

USMC Precision Weapons Section

If you're tired of the government unnecessarily spending money, you'll love what's behind the barbed wire on Quantico....and the training these Marine gunsmiths receive.

America's Sweetheart

It was recently reported that the United States Marine Corps' search for a .45 service pistol has come to an end.

Warrior Wednesday: 31st Helo Fast Rope Insertion

Marines conduct fast rope insertion training using CH-46E Sea Knight helicopters from Marine Medium Helicopter Squadron 262 Reinforced. The training is to raise the proficiency of the Marines in the insertion technique. Includes sound bites from Sgt. Daniel Lopez, Squad Leader for 1st Platoon.

Warrior Wednesday: MEU

31st MEU Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear (CBRN) team train with Hazardous materials in Okinawa Japan. Produced by Sgt. Paul Robbins, Jr.

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