July Awards

Numerous awards were presented 1 July, 2015.  Congratulations to all of our new recipients!

Academic Achievement Award

YM Cpl Crawford (with gold lamp device)

Community Service Award

YM Sgt Murphy (fourth award)
YM Sgt Roaché (third award)

Drill Team Award

YM Sgt Reisinger
YM Cpl ...

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Food Bank – East Dayton Christian Church

This is a weekly volunteer opportunity earning 3.5 hours each time.

The East Dayton Christian Church needs volunteers to hand out food and move shopping carts for hundreds of needy families each week.  If you would like to participate in this event please speak to Mr. Miller.

When: Most Tuesday nights from 1700-2030.
Where: East Dayton Christian Church, 3417 Linden Avenue, Dayton, OH (or meet with Mr. Miller at St. Peter Church before the event).
Why: Support our local community and earn ...

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Sportsmanship Award

This new series will not only offer the description from the awards manual (as you see below), but also speak a bit further about it as it applies to our unit.  Questions can always be posed in the comments below and we will make every effort to help you fully understand awards criteria.  You can also add a comment about a future award you would like to see in this section.

This first award has been given out fairly regularly and ...

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STANDING ORDERS, ROGERS’ RANGERS

Rogers Rangers

STANDING ORDERS, ROGERS’ RANGERS (Major Rogers, 1759)

  1. Don’t forget nuthin’.
  2. Have your musket clean as a whistle, hatchet scoured, sixty rounds powder and ball, and be ready to march at minute’s warning.
  3. When you’re on the march, act the way you would if you was sneaking up on a deer. See the enemy first.
  4. Tell the truth about what you see and what you do. There ...
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School Shooter Training held for Huber Heights Police

June 4, 2015 – Huber Heights Courier

-by Ray Girard, Public Affairs Officer

HUBER HEIGHTS — Many would be surprised to learn of the frequency and complexity of training that public safety personnel undergo on a constant basis. Yet, with the increasing seriousness and variety of threat situations occurring within our United States, such training is a critical and ongoing necessity, according to Ray Girard, Community Education Instructor for the Huber Heights Fire Division.

From June 1-4, Wayne High School was the scene ...

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Banner Photos

Parents, Staff, and Young Marines,

When entering this new site, you may have noticed the banner photos located on the home page.  These came from various events held throughout this year.  To keep our site exciting and fresh at all times, we would like to periodically change those pictures.

You can submit these by posting them onto our unit’s internal Facebook page or by emailing them to the webmaster.  Either way, just make sure it is a higher resolution picture as they ...

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Welcome to the Future

Welcome Young Marines, Friends, Families, and Staff to the new and improved official website of the Miami Valley Young Marines.  Please don’t hesitate to leave us feedback related to anything you see on the site.  I hope you enjoy navigating it and hope to hear your thoughts soon.

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