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PCN 147 000008 00 MCTP 6-10A (Formerly MCRP 6-11D) US Marine Corps Sustaining the Transformation DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. CC66 2 0SUPE MILITARY CORRESPONDENCE
CD&I (C 116) 2 May 2016 ERRATUM to MCRP 6-11D SUSTAINING THE TRANSFORMATION 1. Change all instances of MCRP 6-11D, Sustaining the Transformation , to MCTP 6-10A, Sustaining the Transformation. 2. Change PCN 144 000075 00 to PCN 147 000008 00. 3. File this transmittal sheet in the front of this publication. PCN 147 000008 80
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DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY Headquarters United States Marine Corps Washington, D.C. 20350-3000 6 October 2014 FOREWORD Since our 31st Commandant, General Charles C. Krulak, first published Marine Corps Reference Publication 6-11D, Sustaining the Transformation , in 1999, the Marine Corps has continued our proud tradition of making Marines, winning battles, and returning quality citizens to society. Like all previous generations, Marines today are equally as committed to our time-honored values of honor, courage, and commitment. Marines of the 21st century are among the finest we have ever forged; it is every Marine’s duty to sustain that rich legacy. America trusts its Corps of Marines—we must always strive to preserve that trust. The Marine transformation is forever ingrained in our DNA, from recruit training to Officer Candidates School and throughout the rest of our lives. The transformation to becoming a Marine is often the defining moment in a person’s life. All Marines must possess a clear understanding that our Eagle, Globe and Anchor is much more than an emblem, rather that earning the title “Marine” carries a life-long responsibility to defend our nation, to care for our fellow Marine, and to keep our honor clean.

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