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DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVYHeadquarters United States Marine CorpsWashington, D.C. 20350-30006 October 2014FOREWORDSince our 31st Commandant, General Charles C. Krulak, firstpublished Marine Corps Reference Publication 6-11D, Sustainingthe Transformation, in 1999, the Marine Corps has continued ourproud tradition of making Marines, winning battles, and returningquality citizens to society. Like all previous generations, Marinestoday are equally as committed to our time-honored values ofhonor, courage, and commitment. Marines of the 21st century areamong the finest we have ever forged; it is every Marine’s duty tosustain that rich legacy. America trusts its Corps of Marines—wemust always strive to preserve that trust. The Marine transformation is forever ingrained in our DNA, fromrecruit training to Officer Candidates School and throughout therest of our lives. The transformation to becoming a Marine isoften the defining moment in a person’s life. All Marines mustpossess a clear understanding that our Eagle, Globe and Anchoris much more than an emblem, rather that earning the title“Marine” carries a life-long responsibility to defend our nation, tocare for our fellow Marine, and to keep our honor clean.