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15th Marine Expeditionary Unit


15th Marine Expeditionary Unit


Camp Pendleton, CA
Statement on Hazing, Equal Opportunity, Safety and Force Preservation

For over 237 years, young men and women have sought the title Marine. Throughout our long history,
Marines have well earned the reputation as an elite martial fratern·lty, a fellowship that takes care of our own. All
of those who have answered the call and accepted the challenge of being a Marine, or serving with the Marines,
have sought the opportunity to serve our nation, to challenge themselves, and to be a part of the fellowship of our
Corps. We are all equals in the title Marine. Any attitudes, actions, or speech that undermines the dignity and
self-worth of an individual Marine or group of Marines undermines the very fabric of our Corps and the trust of the
nation we have sworn to serve.


Awaiting updated statement

Equal Opportunity

Awaiting updated statement

Safety and Force Preservation

Awaiting updated statement

Colonel J.R. Clearfield
15th Marine Expeditionary Unit
Commanding Officer


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