Military Personnel Notice: 36th Commandant's Planning Guidance released to Marines
The Commandant of the Marine Corps made available his initial planning guidance today which outlines the Corps' priorities for the future.
Gen. Joseph F. Dunford Jr., the 36th Commandant of the Marine Corps, stated that this guidance is intended to address his priorities for "improving the quality of leadership we provide our Marines and Sailors, enhancing our warfighting capabilities, and achieving proper balance in our readiness, modernization, and infrastructure sustainment efforts."
Dunford noted that not every important issue facing the Corps is addressed in the Commandant's Planning Guidance 2015 (CPG), but he is providing additional guidance on many issues separately.
The planning guidance is available online at http://go.usa.gov/JJ4d.
Military Personnel Notice: Online survey for dress/service cover, prototype female dress blue coat
Representatives from Marine Corps Systems Command are conducting a Corps-wide survey regarding the new prototype female dress blue coat and improved dress/service cover.
The results of the survey will be used as recommendations for a potential change to the current dress/service cover and the female dress blue coat.
The online survey is open to all Marines now through Feb. 27. The online survey is available for Marines to take at: https://usmcsurveys.natick.army.mil. Any and all Marines are encouraged to participate in the online survey.
For more information, please visit http://go.usa.gov/SDnC.
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