The start of our new BootCamp Recruit Platoon is about to begin join and be part of the Few the Proud "Westover Young Marines"
St Thomas Cemetery Honoring our Veterans 2013
PFC Smith; PFC DeGray; Pvt Norman; PFC Santiago; Pvt Peterson; Pvt Castro; and Pvt Espinoza
Honor Recruit PFC Kolosov
Honor Recruit PFC Rivera A
This is a historic photograph taken on February 23, 1945, by Joe Rosenthal. It depicts five United States Marines and a United States Navy corpsman raising a U.S. flag atop Mount Suribachi, during the Battle of Iwo Jima in World War II.
Will be held at Chicopee High School auditorium located at 820 Front St. Chicopee, MA on Tuesday May 13th at 1830 (6:30 PM)
Flag Raising Ceremony at the Eastern States Exposition
Westover Young Marines
Promote the mental, moral and physical development of members. Instill the ideal of honesty, fairness, respect, loyalty, courage, dependability, attention to duty, love of God and fidelity to our country and its' institutions. Stimulate an interest in, and respect for, academic achievement and the history and traditions of the United States of America. Promote physical fitness through the conduct of physical activities which include participation in athletic events and close order drills. Advocate a drug free lifestyle through a continual drug prevention education program. Although the Young Marines is the US Marine Corp's official youth program to the Department of Defense for youth Drug Demand Reduction, the Young Marines is not a recruiting force for the US Marine Corps. The unit strives to instill the core values of Honor, Courage and Commitment adopted by the Marine Corps to each of the members.
Rank at the time of the Award: GySgt
Name: Abby Dangleis
Award: Westover Young Marines of the Year
Young Marines Uniform Regulations
Young Marines Mission
Young Marines Creed
Young Marines Code of Conduct
Young Marines Obligation
Young Marines 11 General Orders
Young Marines Leadership Traits
Young Marines Principles
Adult Platoon Leader
Rob Robitaille USANG (vet)