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In the Marine Corps, Every Range is an Easter Egg Hunt

Published Feb. 8, 2022

Infantry Marines complete a fundamental Marine Corps activity that is a mandatory skillset for every single person who enlists into the world's finest Marine Corps.


Anyone who ever wore flat black rank insignia on the collars of their blouse knows exactly what is happening in this video. If you were enlisted, there is a one hundred percent chance you have participated in this activity at some point in your career, however long or short it may have been. If you were on ship, deployed to Iraq, or saw combat in the Hue City, it makes no difference. Police Calling is a core function of the enlisted Marine.


Now, I could sit here in my chair, 8 years retired, and tell you about how important this activity is. I could tell you that it hones in and builds a Marine's attention to detail when they participate. I could tell you that the Lance Corporal supervising the function is learning key leadership abilities that will help him become a more effective combat leader. I could even tell you that by cleaning up the range the Marines are learning to be conservators and saving the Marine Corps money, but I won't.


Police calling is a silly activity, but if you don't do it the range becomes unusable after a while. The Marine Corps can't afford to pay anyone else to come pick up the range.


josh brooks

Published Feb. 8, 2022

Infantry Marines complete a fundamental Marine Corps activity that is a mandatory skillset for every single person who enlists into the world's finest Marine Corps.


Anyone who ever wore flat black rank insignia on the collars of their blouse knows exactly what is happening in this video. If you were enlisted, there is a one hundred percent chance you have participated in this activity at some point in your career, however long or short it may have been. If you were on ship, deployed to Iraq, or saw combat in the Hue City, it makes no difference. Police Calling is a core function of the enlisted Marine.


Now, I could sit here in my chair, 8 years retired, and tell you about how important this activity is. I could tell you that it hones in and builds a Marine's attention to detail when they participate. I could tell you that the Lance Corporal supervising the function is learning key leadership abilities that will help him become a more effective combat leader. I could even tell you that by cleaning up the range the Marines are learning to be conservators and saving the Marine Corps money, but I won't.


Police calling is a silly activity, but if you don't do it the range becomes unusable after a while. The Marine Corps can't afford to pay anyone else to come pick up the range.


josh brooks

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