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MARDET Presidio of Monterey

 

MARDET Presidio of Monterey

Marine Corps Communication-Electronics School

Monterey, California
Mission Statement:  To provide command, control, and administrative functions as are necessary for the discipline, morale, welfare, and academic success of personnel assigned to the Marine Corps Detachment, Presidio of Monterey.  Coordinate and facilitate language training for Marines attending the Defense Language Institute in order to provide linguistically-proficient Marines to the operating forces and supporting establishment.















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On 12 February, 2016 Marines in the Marine Corps Detachment participated in a log run on the beach in Monterey, Ca to build camaraderie and challenge themselves physically.
Just Another Day In Paradise
On 12 February, 2016 the Marine Corps Detachment participated in an eight mile log run on the beach in Monterey, Ca to build camaraderie and challenge themselves both physically and mentally.
The Marine Corps Detachment's newest Lance Corporals and Privates First Class salute after being promoted during a promotion formation held on 1 May, 2016.
Promotion Ceremony
The Marine Corps Detachment's newest Lance Corporals and Privates First Class salute after being promoted during a promotion formation held on 1 May, 2016.
Marines from the Marine Corps Detachment practicing newly learned ground fighting techniques on one another during a grappling session.
Grappling
Marines from the Marine Corps Detachment practicing newly learned ground fighting techniques on one another during a grappling session.
Marines from the Marine Corps Detachment test their martial skills during a pugil stick bout.
Pugil Sticks
Marines from the Marine Corps Detachment test their martial skills during a pugil stick bout.
PRESIDIO OF MONTEREY, Calif. -- The joint service color guard and service marching units from Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center led the parade that kicked off Pacific Grove's 59th Annual Good Old Days Festival in downtown Pacific Grove, April 9. Free meals were provided to active duty military at the Pacific Grove Chamber of Commerce tent. The two-day event is the largest arts and craft festival in the county and drew an estimated 35,000 - 45,000 people to "America's Last Hometown."  -Steven L. Shepard, Presidio of Monterey Public Affairs.
Community Involvement
PRESIDIO OF MONTEREY, Calif. -- The joint service color guard and service marching units from Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center led the parade that kicked off Pacific Grove's 59th Annual Good Old Days Festival in downtown Pacific Grove, April 9. Free meals were provided to active duty military at the Pacific Grove Chamber of Commerce tent. The two-day event is the largest arts and craft festival in the county and drew an estimated 35,000 - 45,000 people to "America's Last Hometown." -Steven L. Shepard, Presidio of Monterey Public Affairs.
Marines from the Marine Corps Detachment give all they've got while conducting pull-ups during a physical training session aboard the Presidio of Monterey.
Going The Distance
Whether in the classroom or on the PT field, Marines from the Marine Corps Detachment give everything they've got and strive to exemplify the Marine Corps core values of honor, courage and commitment each and every day.