Of the hundreds of videos cut together by Marine Corps combat correspondents and cameramen every three months, only a few are selected to appear on the Corps’ official YouTube channel. MarinesTV needs your help to decide which one is the best one. The view count has given us the top 5 videos, but you will decide which will be the “Corps’ Top Cut.” Watch the videos, share your favorites with your friends and place your vote at the bottom of the page. The one with the most votes by the end of the week will be crowned as our video of the quarter.
Marines Battle Children with Toys
When it comes to battle, Marines have the tactical knowledge to come out on top, but when challenged by the children of Fleet Activities Yokosuka, Japan, they gave more fun than fight during the first Marines versus kids nerf battle.
By Petty Officer Shamira Purifoy
Marines Ready for Anything, Anywhere … Even Here At Home
Marines recently showcased their unique ability to go wherever they are needed with short notice during Hurricane Sandy relief efforts in New York. This video is a look back on their achievements.
By Headquarters Marine Corps Combat Camera
Marines Learn Advanced Shooting Techniques in Afghanistan
A joint Force Protection Team of Army, Navy, Air Force and Marines practices advanced shooting techniques on a shooting range in Kabul, Afghanistan. The team of all services use their combined skills to sharpen each others.
By Staff Sgt. Jason Pryce
One of the 24
The Marine Corps Silent Drill Platoon is an iconic symbol of the discipline and tradition of the Corps. Lance Cpl. Frank Gonzales, assistant drill master with SDP, shares his role and experiences with this elite platoon of Marines.
By Sgt. Cassandra Flowers
Marines Support the 57th Presidential Inaugural Parade
Bravo Company Marines from Marine Barracks Washington marched during the 57th Inaugural Parade from the U.S. Capitol to the White House, Jan. 21, 2013. For centuries, Marines and other service members have supported the inaugural events. This year, more than 180 Marines from Marine Barracks Washington marched in the Inaugural Parade behind The President’s Own band. The Inaugural Parade followed the ceremonial swearing-in of President Barack Obama, which took place on the Capitol steps.
By Sgt. Andrew Milner