About Rocky C
About Rocky C
- First Name:
- Last Name:
- Do you own a business?:
- Where did you attend bootcamp?:
- MCRD Parris Island
- What date did you graduate bootcamp?:
- 13 September 1977
- What was your bootcamp platoon number?:
- A Company Platoon 1072
- Duty Stations:
- NTTC- Pensacola, Florida.
2nd Marine Division, Camp Lejeune, North Carolina.
TAD All over the World.
- Year Entered Marine corps:
- Year Exited Marine Corps:
- Favorite Duty Station:
- Pensacola, Florida.
- Favorite Marine:
- Sergeant Major Harold G. Overstreet-12th Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps
- Military Biography:
- Top Secret Security Clearance - Cryptologic Communications 2621 / 2531
- Current City:
- Providence, RI
- Current State:
- Rhode Island
- Home State:
- Rhode Island
- Zodiac Sign:
- Colleges Attended:
- University of Parris Island !!!
- Family, Leatherneck.com, Marine Mentor, Helping Marines, Veterans Advocate, Computers, Cryptology, Martial Arts, Sports, Cars, Trucks, Motorcycles, Women, Working On My House
- Favorite Quote:
- " It is what it is "...
- Favorite Color:
- Favorite Movie:
- My Blue Heaven ( Steve Martin )
- Favorite Book:
- Why Marines Fight by James Brady
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This is the last policy issued.
Tattoo Policy - 2010 Fiscal Year
Date Signed: 1/15/2010
MARADMIN Active Number: 029/10
R 151956Z JAN 10
MSGID/GENADMIN/CMC WASHINGTON DC DMCS//
SUBJ/AMPLIFICATION TO THE MARINE CORPS TATTOO POLICY//
REF/A/MSGIDOC/CMC WASHINGTON DC MCUB /YMD:20030331//
REF/B/MSGIDOC/CMC WASHINGTON DC MCRC/YMD:20040210//
REF/C/MSGIDOC/CMC WASHINGTON DC MPP/YMD:20080709//
Tan Belt: The tan belt syllabus focuses on the development of the basics of armed and unarmed combat. Students start with the Basic Warrior Stance and break-falls are taught for safety, then move to:
- basic punches, uppercuts, and hooks
- basic upper-body strikes, including the eye gouge, hammer fists, and elbow strikes
- basic lower-body strikes, including kicks, knee strikes, and stomps
- bayonet techniques
- basic chokes and throws
- counters to strikes, chokes, and holds
- basic unarmed
All U.S. Marines are gung-ho. But, few can match the vision and total commitment of the famous 13th Commandant, Gen. John A. Lejeune. In 1921 he issued Marine Corps Order No. 47, Series 1921.
Gen. Lejeune's order summarized the history, mission, and tradition of the Corps. It further directed that the order be read to all Marines on 10 November of each year to honor the founding of the Marine Corps. Thereafter, 10 November became a unique day for U.S. Marines throughout
- First to Fight: The media in the United States began using this term to describe U.S. Marines during World War I. And, for once the media was right. Marines have served in the vanguard of every American war since the founding of the Corps in 1775. They have carried out over 300 assaults on foreign shores, from the arctic to the tropics. Historically, U.S. Marines are indeed the first to fight.
- Once a Marine, Always a Marine: This truism is now the official motto of the Marine