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Each rank is listed from lowest to highest in their respective chains of command.
Includes detailed information about each rank including:
- Full rank titles
- Proper way to be addressed
- Images of Ranks worn on military uniforms
- NATO Codes
- Pay Grades
- Pay Per Month
- Descriptions and responsibilities
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Straight from the official source (MCO P1020.34G), including all approved changes and updates. Now you can have the entire Marine Corps Uniform Regulations publication whenever you need it, without having to find the book or search online.
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Getting ready for an inspection or board, or just need a quick reference around the shop or on the move? Then this is the app for you! Designed from the ground up to be user friendly, this is the most accurate and up-to-date uniform reference you can find!
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Today's Marines operate within a continuum of force where conflict may change from
low intensity to high intensity over a matter of hours. Marines are also engaged in
many military operations other than war, such as peacekeeping missions or noncom-
batant evacuation operations, where deadly force may not be authorized. During non-
combative engagements, Marines must determine if a situation warrants applying
deadly force. Sometimes Marines must decide in a matter of seconds because their
lives or the lives of others depend on their actions. To make the right decision,
Marines must understand both the lethal and nonlethal close combat techniques need-
ed to handle the situation responsibly without escalating the violence unnecessarily.
Marine Corps Reference Publication (MCRP) 3-02B, Close Combat, provides the tac-
tics, techniques, and procedures of Marine Corps close combat. It also provides the
doctrinal basis for the Marine Corps Close Combat Training Program (MCCCTP).
This publication guides individual Marines, unit leaders, and close combat instructors
in the proper tactics, techniques, and procedures for close combat. MCRP 3-02B is
not intended to replace supervision by appropriate unit leaders and close combat in-
struction by qualified instructors. Its role is to ensure standardization and execution of
tactics, techniques, and procedures throughout the Marine Corps.
MCRP 3-02B supersedes Fleet Marine Force Manual (FMFM) 0-7, Close Combat,
dated 9 July 1993. There are significant differences between the two publications.
MCRP 3-02B should be reviewed in its entirety.
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expeditionary force in readiness. As such, there are no “rear area” Marines, and no one is very far from the fighting during expeditionary operations. The Marine rifleman of the next conflict will be as in past conflicts: among the first to confront the enemy and the last to hang his weapon in the rack after the conflict is won.
This is a wonderful resource from the JVB Militaria Library that you can have on your phone. Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader
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The official close combat system of the United States Marine Corps. Instructions for every technique, with video demonstrations**!! Stop wasting your time scrolling through other apps. Ours is better than any version in the market, Guaranteed! The most up-to-date, user-friendly mobile version of the Official training manual...and it's cheap!
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★ ★ ★ STAGE I - TAN BELT ★ ★ ★
- Bayonet Techniques
- Upper Body Strikes
- Lower Body Strikes
- Intro to Chokes
- Counters to Strikes
- Counters to Chokes and Holds
- Unarmed Manipulation
- Armed Manipulation
- Knife Fighting
Tan Belt is the minimum level required of ALL Marines.
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The Marine Corps Martial Arts Program (MCMAP) became the official close combat system taught to all United States Marines since 2002. It provides the individual Marine with a set of weapons-based and unarmed techniques for engaging in close combat across the spectrum of violence.
MCMAP draws influences from several disciplines including boxing, jujitsu, judo, sambo, krav maga, karate, aikido, escrima, arnis, hapkido, taekwondo, kung fu, and kick boxing.
The first stage of MCMAP is the Tan Belt, the minimum belt level required of all Marines.
As Marines progress through the training program, they become proficient in:
- Hand-to-hand (unarmed) combat
- Edged weapons,
- Weapons of opportunity
- Rifle and bayonet techniques.
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Chapter 1: Fundamentals of close comat
Chapter 2: Lethal and non lethal weapon techniques
Chapter 3: Hand-held weapons
Chapter 4: Strikes
Chapter 5: Throws
Chapter 6: Chokes and holds
Chapter 7: Ground fighting
Chapter 8: Non lethal techniques
Chapter 9: Pugil stick fighting
Chapter 10: Safety precautions during training
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Overview of Close Combat
Chapter 1. Fundamentals of Close Combat
1. Ranges of Close Combat
2. Weapons of the Body
3. Target Areas of the Body
4. Pressure Points of the Body
5. Basic Warrior Stance
6. Angles of Approach and Movement
7. Balance and Off-Balancing
Chapter 2. Lethal and Nonlethal Weapons Techniques
1. Bayonet Techniques
2. Nonlethal Rifle and Shotgun Retention Techniques
3. Nonlethal Handgun Retention Techniques
4. Firearm Disarmament Techniques
Chapter 3. Hand-Held Weapons
1. Fundamentals of Knife Fighting
2. Knife Fighting Techniques
3. Weapons of Opportunity
4. Fundamentals of Combative Stick
5. Combative Stick Techniques
6. Blocking Techniques
7. Unarmed Against Hand-Held Weapons
8. Counters to Hand-Held Weapon Attacks
Chapter 4. Strikes
1. Principles of Punches
3. Strikes with the Upper Body
4. Strikes with the Lower Body
5. Counters to Strikes
Chapter 5. Throws
1. Turning Throw
2. Hip Throw
3. Leg Sweep
Chapter 6. Chokes and Holds
1. Types of Chokes
3. Counters to Chokes and Holds
Chapter 7. Ground Fighting
1. Offensive Ground Fighting
2. Defensive Ground Fighting
3. Ground Fighting Chokes
Chapter 8. Nonlethal Techniques
1. Unarmed Restraints and Manipulation
2. Nonlethal Baton
A. Pugil Stick Training
B. Safety Precautions During Training
1. MCMA Program
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Chapter 7, para 7000.2 of MCO P1020.34g states the following: “Special organizational clothing such as coveralls, cold weather clothing, desert clothing (with exception of desert combat utility uniforms), aviation clothing and equipment, NBC defense protective clothing and physical training clothing will be worn when and as prescribed by the commander.”
For the purpose of this guidebook, the decision authority for the wear of organizational clothing/equipment detailed in this guidebook is the first General Officer in the unit’s chain of command. Many of the items included in this guide are considered Personal Protection Equipment (PPE). These items have been tested and approved by the Marine Corps. Refer to Pages 6 and 7 for MARADMIN 262/07; MARINE CORPS POLICY ON THE WEAR AND PURCHASE OF BODY ARMOR AND PERSONAL
PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE).
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UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS
Mountain Warfare Training Center
Bridgeport, CA. 93517-5001
SUMMER 2002 SURVIVAL COURSE HANDBOOK
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. REQUIREMENTS FOR SURVIVAL
2. SURVIVAL KIT
3. WATER PROCUREMENT
4. EXPEDIENT SHELTERS & FIRES
5. CORE VALUES & MOUNTAIN LEADERSHIP CHALLENGES
6. SIGNALING & RECOVERY
7. SURVIVAL NAVIGATION
8. SURVIVAL TRAPS & SNARES
9. SURVIVAL USES OF GAME
10. EXPEDIENT TOOLS, WEAPONS AND EQUIPMENT
11. FORAGING FOR PLANTS & INSECTS FOR SURVIVAL USES
12. SURVIVAL FISHING
14. SURVIVAL MEDICINE
15. MOUNTAIN WEATHER
16. INTRO TO EVASION
A EVASION PLAN OF ACTION (EPA)
B PME VIDEO “THE EDGE”
C SURVIVAL QUICK REFERENCE CHECK LIST
D ANIMAL HABITS
E TACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS
F GRADING STANDARDS
POSITIVE LEADERSHIP AND THE RIGHT ATTITUDE.
Leadership must be by example. At first, harsh and unfamiliar conditions tend to be frightening. Marines will find themselves up against many challenges they have never met before and the environment will constantly remind them that they can become a casualty if they make mistakes. Aggressive leadership, which consistently meets and overcomes the challenges of the environment, is essential to mission accomplishment. There will be two enemies to contend with: the enemy soldier and the environment itself. The first step towards defeating these enemies is getting your Marines in the right mental attitude. The leader must maintain a positive attitude towards the mission, his Marines, and the equipment they have to carry out the job. You can be defeated psychologically, if you are not aware of the symptoms of a poorly motivated unit.
a. Core Values applied in a survival situation. Core value are very applicable to leadership in a surviv al situation. In the absence of constant adherence to our core values, subordinate Marines may suffer the consequences of injury and in extreme cases, DEATH.
b. Honor. Honor is integrity, responsibility, and accountability. Without honor in this type of environment, decisions are made with inaccurate and/or misleading information. Dishonorable actions or intentions ultimately lead to unethical behavior...trust between Marines will erode, dependability will become unimportant, and the resulting consequences to energy conservation will greatly affect a unit’s cohesion and ability to accomplish its mission.
c. Courage. Courage is doing the right thing for the right reason. Courage in this type of environment for small unit leaders to take charge of their unit. The added stress and pressure induced in mountainous terrain makes the tough decisions even tougher to make: courageous leaders take that extra step. Trust and confidence in leadership is built upon thorough training to ensure their men are capable of overcoming the fear and uncertainty of enemy and the harsh environment.
Why buy this app over the Military Medals and Ribbons?
This is the only app that supports adding ribbon devices
Build, save, and update your rack at anytime
Our app provides a full screen view of your rack, click on any ribbon for more details
Share your rack with your friends using your favorite social media app
- Ribbons added to rack in order of Precedence
- Devices added to individual ribbons
- Share your ribbon rack to Facebook or Email
- Consult applicable military instructions for individual service.
- Save rack between sessions
Features under development:
- Share unit awards for Army
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- Bug(fixed): Application would crash on Motorola Xoom (Possibly other tablets)
- Removed "Premium Features" button on Ribbon Activity, non-premium users will be notified they are about to reset their rack prior to closing the application.
- Bug(fixed): Would not display more than three rows of ribbons.
- Added UN Ribbons
- Added NATO Ribbons
- Added some foreign Awards
- Added Air Force Longevity Service Ribbon (Rack reset Required)
- Fixed order of Precedence for Air Force Short Tour / Long Tour awards.
Version 1.2.3- Fixed Order of Precedence of AF Basic Training Ribbon & AF Marksmanship Ribbon- Fixed Device Logic of AF Marksmanship Ribbon.
- Moved Marine Corps Drill instructor ribbon from Coast Guard section back to Marine Corps section.
- Bug(fixed): Dates set to December in profile were displayed as January.
- Internal Code updates.
- Military Awards is now FREE (Merry Christmas!)
- Premium features allow you to save your rack between sessions.
- Save your ribbon rack between sessions
- Clear your rack.
- Bug(fixed): a couple ribbons were assigned incorrect precedence
- UI Improvements: Added action bar to Ribbon Activity
- Fixed Expert Device on Navy and Coast Guard marksmanship Ribbons.
- Integration with Fleet Knowledge
THE FEW.THE PROUD.
"One of the most important tenets of cold weather operations is that strong and consistent leadership is essential to survival and to minimize injuries."
-FMFM 7-21 "Tactical Fundamentals for Cold Weather Warfighting"
ASPECTS OF LEADERSHIP. When dealing with leadership challenges in a survival situation, the foremost weapon a leader must employ is his vigilance: a leader's attention should be focused on ensuring all Marines of the unit are contributing to the overall success of the situation.
a. Cohesion. As a leader, you must ensure that all members of the team are working towards the survivability of the unit. You can not allow individuals or small groups to formulate their own goals or plan of action.
b. Self-Worth. A Marine without self-worth is a Marine who does not value living. Leadership is a critical; factor in building self-worth. Tasks must be found for each Marine in which best suits their situation while attempting to receive positive results. (i.e., A man with a broken leg can monitor the fire, A man with a broken arm can still procure water for the unit). This will make each and every Marine feel useful and not a burden to the other members, regardless of their individual situation.
c. Natural Reactions to Stress. Leadership must quickly identify natural reactions to signs of stress his Marines may be displaying (i.e., Fear, Anxiety, Guilt, Depression). Failure to recognize these signs early will result in injuries, illness, or death which will reduce the units combat effectiveness. Corrective action must be taken immediately4
d. Will to Survive. The will to survive is a mind-set that must be instilled and reinforced within all Marines. Without the will to survive, Marines will not succeed. The following tools can aid to develop this mind-set.
(1) The Code of Conduct.
(2) Pledge of Allegiance.
(3) Faith in America.
(4) Patriotic Songs
(5) Spiritual Faith.
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