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Scholarship honors Corps’ first African-American officer
Frederick C. Branch, the first African-American officer in the Marine Corps, is pinned as a second lieutenant by his wife Nov. 10, 1945. In honor of his achievement, the Marine Corps offer Frederick C. Branch Leadership Scholarships to students at 17 historically black colleges and universities across the country. Full Story
MPMA 2010 National Scholarship recipient excel’s in
University of Maryland Agriculture, Animal Science
Ms. LaVonna Livingston
A Baltimore Maryland native is the 2010 scholarship awardee, Ms Livingston interest to interact with nature and animals has proven here abilities and qualities as an outstanding student while attending Baltimore City Public School. During her Sophomore year she went to Pigeon Key, Florida to learn about coral reefs, sea turtles and study aqutic life by snorkling. A talented person, she hopes to participate in a study-abroad program, join a Sorority and eventually enter the Peace Corps.
MPMA 2009 National Scholarship recipient excel’s in
education and sports endeavors
An Atlanta, GA native and game winning baseball player for Darton College, Albany GA, Erik Gaylord had a huge day in the Cavs' win against No. 3 Chipola,
Updated: 7:31 AM Feb 24, 2010
Continuing Education for Veterans
Sailor-Marine American Council On Education Registry Transcript (SMART)
SMART assists servicemembers in obtaining ACE-recommended college credit for military training and occupational experience.
An official transcript endorsing and recommending college credit for military education and training and recognized by the American Council on Education (ACE) increases college credit awarded, enhances opportunities to complete a college degree, and offset tuition assistance costs through increased college and university recognition of military schools and experience for credit.
Military Transcript Requests
You may be able to waive your physical education course requirements and receive credits for your military training or education. The first step you need to complete to claim credits is to request a transcript for your military service. Each service will provide unofficial personal copies of your transcript and send an official copy to your institution at no charge. Each branch of the military has their own system for recording your military education and experience credits.
Army (AARTS Transcripts)
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