The Marine Corps League is organized around Marine detachments which are formed at the community level. Each detachment, including Free State elects officers once a year in March. In our case, incumbents are encouraged to serve at least two years. Traditionally line officers (e.g. those elected: Commandant, Senior Vice, and Junior Vice) “work the chairs,” starting as Junior Vice Commandant. Other officers and positions are appointed by the Detachment Commandant.
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Junior Vice Commandant
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To be eligible for Regular member in the MCL a person must meet one of the following criteria: Serving, or have served honorably in the United States Marine Corps “on active duty”, for not less than ninety (90) days. Serving or have served in the United States Marine Corps Reserve, and earned no less than ninety (90) reserve retirement credit points. United States Navy Corpsmen who have trained and served with USMC Fleet Marine Forces (FMF) units in excess of ninety (90) days and have earned the Marine Corps device (clasp) worn on the service ribbon, and others who have earned the Warfare Device authorized for FMF Corpsmen. United States Navy Chaplains having earned the FMF Badge serving with Marines.
Regular members in good standing are encouraged to become life members. Current life member dues cant be found here:MCL National: Life Memberships
Marines and other prospective members are encouraged to contact the detachment for more information. Please note that any regular membership requires that a DD-214 be submitted with the application.
Those individuals who are not qualified to join as regular members of the MCL may be accepted as Associate Members.Membership Application