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Sep 24, 2012

Leatherneck and Gazette

Dear Col Craig H Hullinger USMCR (Ret),
FLASH, FLASH, FLASH – We are pleased to announce that the October DIGITAL editions ofMarine Corps Gazette and Leatherneck are not only available NOW but that they are in a dynamic new format that we know you will find a dramatic improvement over our previous format.
A key benefit to you, our digital editions areALWAYS delivered to you well before the print editions arrive in mailboxes but the most important feature is that the digital format allows us to provide additional content and features that won't fit or work in print editions. Our new format really stretches the digital envelope with expanded content, enhanced graphics, easier navigation, comprehensive search features and much more.
Even if you have a print subscription to only one of our magazines, you still have access to BOTHdigital editions – ONLINE. You can access them easily, anywhere in the world that you have internet access.

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The unyielding focus of Marine Corps Gazetteand Leatherneck is Marines – what they do, where they serve, how they are equipped and organized and how they deal with the issues facing them. We feel that our periodicals are a first rate benefit of MCA&F membership and the digital versions are a quantum increase in the value of that benefit.
Leatherneck delivers another gripping issue in October with a feature story on the unbelievable exploits of larger than life Marine legend – Pete Ortiz; looks at a gritty fight on Korean War Hill 812; fondly remembers the versatile A-4 Skyhawk; examines the introduction of a strange chocolate concoction as a WWII ration and much more.
Marine Corps Gazette stays in the fray with controversial articles examining current issues of interest to Marines in the widest range of occupational specialties and operational fronts. October's edition looks closely at Marine Reconnaissance, explores NEO Ops, dissects the organization of Marine Law Enforcement Battalions, explores projecting power in littoral areas, makes a case for a presence in Africa and features a must read leadership article with a provocative title - "Flying Monkey Leadership" among a host of other stimulating articles.

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and then drop us a line and tell us what you think about the new format! 
Regards and Semper Fidelis to all of our members from the Professional Association for ALL Marines,
Col Walt Ford, USMC (Ret)
Marine Corps Association & Foundation
Publisher & Editor, Leatherneck

Col John Keenan, USMC (Ret)
Marine Corps Association & Foundation
Editor, Marine Corps Gazette

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