Marine Corps/DoD News

Q&A: TRICARE For Life and Your Family

Saturday, September 16, 2023 / BlogNewsMarine Corps/DoD News

FALLS CHURCH, Va.  –  For many families, staying healthy is a big priority. If you’ll be eligible for TRICARE For Life (TFL) soon, you might be wondering how this affects your family’s health care coverage.“Your TFL eligibility is based in part on your eligibility for Medicare,” said Anne Breslin, TRICARE For Life program manager at the Defense Health Agency. “When you become eligible for Medicare, your family members who aren’t yet eligible for Medicare may stay in their current TRICARE plans.”


Washington, DC

Saturday, July 1, 2023 / NewsMarine Corps/DoD News


Land Navigation Award Presented

National Executive Director Makes Presentation

Land Navigation Award Presented

Recently, Robert Donaghue, national Executive Director, attended The Basic School graduation aboard MCB Quantico, VA to present the “Maj Keith Wells” Land Navigation Award. The recipient of this award was 2Lt. William Hyer from Bridgehampton, NY.

Marine Corps officially opens Guam base, with an eye toward China

By Irene Loewenson

Tuesday, January 31, 2023 / BlogMarine Corps/DoD News

The Marine Corps on Thursday, 26 Jan 2023 held an activation ceremony for its base on Guam, which ultimately will be home to about 5,000 Marines and will serve as a “strategic hub” in the Indo-Pacific, a Corps news release said.

Honor Captain Ross A. Reynolds

State of MA

Saturday, April 2, 2022 / BlogMarine Corps/DoD News

State of MA to honor the service & sacrific of Captain Ross A. Reynolds, USMC

Corps to fire ship-sinking missile in Pacific as ‘demonstration of force’

Philip Athey

Corps to fire ship-sinking missile in Pacific as ‘demonstration of force’
Sunday, August 15, 2021 / BlogNewsMarine Corps/DoD News

The Marine Corps will launch a Naval Strike Missile at a scrapped U.S. Navy hull Sunday as a demonstration of the force that future Marine artillery units may be able to bring to the fight.


Thursday, March 4, 2021 / Marine Corps/DoD News

The MCRA is excited to announce that the president has made the following nominations for GENERAL OFFICER in the Marine Corps:

Brig. Gen. Jay M. Bargeron has been nominated for appointment to the rank of major general.  Bargeron is currently serving as president, Marine Corps University, Training and Education Command, Quantico, Virginia.

Brig. Gen. Brian W. Cavanaugh has been nominated for appointment to the rank of major general.  Cavanaugh is currently serving as assistant deputy commandant, programs and resources, Headquarters, U.S. Marine Corps, Washington, D.C.

NEW JOB: Biomedical Equipment Technicians (Levels I, II, III, Supervisor, Manager)

Wednesday, March 3, 2021 / Marine Corps/DoD News

Our clients, very successful medical equipment technology service companies, are looking for Biomedical Technicians to service excellent hospital systems in various locations throughout the U.S. They are looking for individuals with 1-3 (BMET I); 3-5 (BMET II) 5+ (BMET III) years of experience on basic to complex general biomedical equipment. You will be working at major hospitals in such locations as TN, VT, WA, NY, OK, WI, MD, TX, CA. These are all daytime positions. Biomed Manager & Supervisor positions require 5-10+ years’ experience managing a hospital account as well as a team of biomed service technicians.

Please Note: We get new positions every week. So, if you don’t see any opportunities below that pique your interest right now, kindly contact me immediately so we can discuss what type of medical equipment service position and location that you are looking for. I will then see if we have any new opportunities that better match your experience and location.