Generations of Experience

The Marine Corps League is proud to support our Marines in many areas. We have 10 Divisions covering 48 Departments, and over 1,140 Detachments in communities across the Country.

We support the Toys for Tots efforts working with the Marine Corps Reserve and Toys for Tots Foundation to raise millions of dollars for the youth of America, collect and distribute millions of toys all across the United States.

The Marine Corps League provides funeral honors support to over 10,000 funerals per year. This support allows the Marine Corps (Active and Reserve) to focus more of their resources on mission preparation.

The Marine Corps League supports the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation, Semper Fi Fund, Navy Marine Corps Relief Society, Mack’s Marines, and the Young Marines.

We have several scholarship/award programs including the Merchant Marine Academy Marine-Option Honor Graduate, Marine Corps University LtGen Lejeune (luh-jern) Leadership Award, Delta Dental Scholarship, and college scholarships through the Marine Corps League Foundation.

One of our most critical missions is assisting transitioning Marines and their families in support of the Marine Corps’ Marine for Life program.

With our partners at the Marine Corps Association, we produce the Marine Military Expositions including Modern Day Marine Expo, Marine West Expo, and Marine South Expo.

The Marine Corps League produces a quarterly publication called the Semper Fi Magazine.

We have many programs supporting our Marines, their families, and our community:

  • Veteran Service Officers (VSO)
  • Scouting/Eagle Scout Program
  • Marine Roses Program
  • POW/MIA Remembrance
  • Rifle and Pistol Competition Matches
  • Volunteer Assistance Veterans Service (VAVS)
  • Color Guards

The Marine Corps League History

The Marine Corps League perpetuates the traditions and spirit of ALL Marines and Navy FMF Corpsmen, who proudly wear or who have worn the eagle, globe, and anchor of the Corps.

It takes great pride in crediting its founding in 1923 to World War I hero, then Major General Commandant John A. Lejeune.

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  • We will be installing Officers, so the uniform of the day will be the red blazer. If you don't have a red blazer, please consider wearing something red along with your Marine Corps League cover.

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  • Happy New Year! We'll meet at 1800 hours in Sheffield. Please attend if you can as we'll be taking an important vote for our future leadership. Semper Fidelis.

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  • Monthly Detachment Meeting Day: Meetings are held on the second Tuesday of every month. August's meeting will be on Tuesday the

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  • Get ready for the thrill of the year – the Annual Dan Copeland Kayak Float!

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    Steak Night We are having a steak night at the Pound! This will be by reservation only, so if you think that

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