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Best The MOC USMC podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
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Updated December 2019
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Welcome to the Marine Operating Concepts (M.O.C.) The Marine Corps is an organization filled with unique individuals from all over the world. This podcast focuses on orders, policies, leadership and mentorship styles, the good times and the bad times in our corps. The goal is to provide you with thought provoking concepts, share ideas about the Marine Corps, and most importantly tools to help you work through issues you face. You're not alone in your thoughts, ideas, or issues so why not lea ...
 
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In this episode, we will be talking about the role of Artillery in the Marine Corps. Today’s guest enlisted in the Marine Corps in 1998 and retired in 2018 as a Master Sergeant. By MOS he is an 0861 Artillerymen. He served at 12 Marine Regiment, 11th Marine Regiment, 9th Marine Corps Recruiting Command, 1st Marine Expeditionary Force, 1st Marin ...…
 
In this episode, we will be talking about being a Marine Communicator Today’s guests joined the Marine Corps in the mid-’90s and continue to serve as MGySgts. Between the two, they have circled the globe, completed multiple deployments, served at every echelon of the Marine Corps to include the MEFs and have well over 40 years of Communications ...…
 
In this episode, we will be talking about I&I Duty. Today’s guest is a gunnery Sergeant who enlisted in the Marine Corps in 2003. By MOS he is a network chief. His career took him to 2/7, 7th Marine Regiment, Communications Officer School, 2/3, MACS 23, Combat Logistics Regiment 17, 9th Communications Battalion, I Marine Expeditionary Force, 2/ ...…
 
In this episode, we will be talking about becoming an Entrepreneur. Today’s guest joined the Marine Corps in 1987 and retired in 2008. He believes that Marines, in particular, are uniquely suited to small business ownership. He is one of few Marines to pursue and build businesses around the creative arts and crafts. He has used the particular s ...…
 
In this episode, we will be talking about the realities of being forced out of the Marine Corps. Today’s guest joined the Marine Corps in 2003 and separated in 2015 as a Sergeant. He worked as a Combat Cameramen and served at Marine Air Logistics Squadron 13, Marine Logistics Squadron 11, and Marine Corps Installation West aboard Camp Pendleton ...…
 
In this episode we will be talking the officers role at the recruit depot. Today’s guest joined the Marine Corps and was commissioned to Second Lieutenant in 2012. By MOS he is an infantry Officer who took on an additional specialty as a Light Armored Reconnaissance Officer. He served at 3rd LAR in Okinawa, Japan and deployed with the 31st Mari ...…
 
In this episode we will be talking about the importance of NCO’s in the Comm Community. Today’s guest is Boe Brown. He served in the Marine Corps from 2009 to 2013. He worked in the Communications community as a Cyber Network operator where he supported over 1000 users. Boe served at Combat Logistics Battalion 13 where he completed a WESTPAC to ...…
 
In this episode we will be talking about investing in real Estate with an enlisted budget. Today’s guest is David Pere. He has been on active duty since 2008 and by MOS he is a Motor Transport Chief. Dave served at 3rd Medical Battalion, 9th Engineer Support Battalion, Headquarters Battalion, 1st Marine Division, RS Kansas City, 9th Marine Corp ...…
 
In this episode we will be talking about retirement and transitioning from Marine to civilian. Today’s guest is Marvin Garza. He joined the Marine Corps in 1999 and retired in 2019 as a GySgt. He worked in the Electronics Maintenance Community as a tech and later a chief. Marvin served at 1st Battalion 12th Marines, 5th Marine Regiment, 2nd Bat ...…
 
In this episode we will be talking about overcoming personal struggles when you hit rock bottom. Today’s guest is Trey Fagan. He joined the Marine Corps in 1999 and was medically retired in 2016. He was a Reconnaissance Marine (0321) and a critical skills operator (0372). He was meritoriously promoted to Lance Corporal and Corporal. Her deploye ...…
 
In this episode we will be talking about post-traumatic stress and post-traumatic growth. Today’s guest is Chris. He is a GySgt who joined the Marine Corps in 2005. He held the billets of Infantry Riflemen (0311), an Scout Sniper (0317), Drill Instructor (0911), Martial Arts Instructor Trainer (0917), Infantry Unit Leader (0369), and currently ...…
 
In this episode we will be talking about Individual Augments and the importance of Combat Advisors. Today’s guest is Maurice Naylon or Chipp for short. He is the Author of The New Ministry of Truth: Combat Advisors in Afghanistan and America’s Betrayal. Chipp commissioned from the Naval Academy into the Marine Corps in 2009 and resigned his com ...…
 
In this episode we will be talking about using social media the right way. Today’s guest is SSgt Yepes. He joined the Marine Corps in 2008 and is an Assault Amphibian Vehicle Crewmen (1833). He was meritoriously promoted to LCpl and Cpl. SSgt Yepes’ career took him to Combat assault Company, MCRD San Diego, 3d Assault Amphibian Battalion, and A ...…
 
In this episode we will be talking about promotions in the Marine Corps and how to set yourself up for success. Today’s guest is Sergeant Major (Ret.) Max Garcia. He joined the Marine Corps in 1994 and retired in 2018. By MOS, Max was an Assault Amphibian Vehicle Crewmen (1833). He was meritoriously promoted to PFC, Cpl, Sgt, and was promoted t ...…
 
In this episode we will be talking to a Vietnam era Marine about his experience. Today’s guest is Jim Haase. He served in the Marine Corps from 1969 to 1975. Jim was as an Infantrymen; a machine gunner then became a Recon Marine. He served with 1st Battalion 9th Marines and 1st Battalion 5th Marines. Movies recommended by Jim: - M.A.S.H Movies ...…
 
Welcome back to part 2. In this multipart episode we will be talking about life as a battalion Commander during the height of OIF. Today’s guest is Colonel (Ret.) Willy Buhl. He joined the Marine Corps in 1981 and retired in 2016. Willy started his career as an enlisted Marine serving as an Infantrymen then became a Recon Marine. As an enlisted ...…
 
In this multipart episode we will be talking about life as a battalion Commander during the height of OIF. Today’s guest is Colonel (Ret.) Willy Buhl. He joined the Marine Corps in 1981 and retired in 2016. Willy started his career as an enlisted Marine serving as an Infantrymen then became a Recon Marine. As an enlisted Marine he was meritorio ...…
 
in this episode we will be talking to a Marine JAG about the importance of the JAG and Where Commanders Go Wrong. Today’s guest is Bill. He joined the Marine Corps in 2010. Bill is a Judge Advocate (4402), is a Master of Criminal Law (4409), and was an (8006) a Series Commander and a Company Commander. He served at Combat Logistics Regiment 37 ...…
 
In this episode we will be talking about Cyberspace operations and where we are compared to the civilian sector. Today’s guest is Wilson Bautista. He joined the Marine Corps in 2001 and retired out of the National Guard in 2018. Wilson served in both the Enlisted and Officer side. He was a musician, a recruiter, and a Communications Officer. Wi ...…
 
In this episode we will be stepping outside the Marine Corps and talking to an Airmen about his experience during his deployments, Drug use, his Suicide Attempts, and how he found peace. Today’s guest is Nick Rahn. He joined the Air Force in 2006 and EAS’d in 2012. Nick served as an Air Force Security Forces Airmen (3P051) at 4thSecurity Forces ...…
 
In this episode we will be hearing a GySgt’s counter argument from our second episode about the perspective of the Depot. Today’s guest is Carlos. He joined the Marine Corps in 2008. By MOS, Carlos is a finance Chief (3432), was a former Drill Instructor (0911) at both depots. He was meritoriously promoted to PFC, Cpl, Sgt, and GySgt. Carlos se ...…
 
In this episode we will be talking to a company First Sergeant about the role of the enlisted community and the Officer and Enlisted relationship. Today’s guest is Trevor. He joined the Marine Corps in 1997. Before Trevor became a First Sergeant, he was a Supply Marine. He served at 3rd Support Battalion, MEF Headquarters Group (MHG), Marine Co ...…
 
In this episode we will be talking to a retired Sergeant Major about and his thoughts on NCO’s and the difference between motivation and inspiration through the lens of Organizational Leadership. Today’s guest is Avery Crespin. He joined the Marine Corps in 1995 and retired in 2018. In his 22 years he served in every element of the Marine Air G ...…
 
In this episode we will be talking about a Marine Veteran who spent nearly his entire career in combat and how he has managed the unique challenges Marines face transitioning from a high tempo combat environment to civilian life. Today’s guest is Roy David. He joined the Marine Corps in 2002 and EAS’d in 2010. During his time in, he was an 0311 ...…
 
In this episode we will be talking about life as a dual military service members. Today’s guest is Steve, he is a Captain who fly’s the attack helicopter for the Marine Corps. He joined the Marine Corps and received his commission in 2010 and was designated a Naval Aviator in 2014. He has served on a west coast MEU, the 31st MEU, and a UDP Stev ...…
 
In this episode we will be talking about a Marine Veteran who dealt with depression as a result from a disease which affects less than 200,000 people a year. In his second enlistment he was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease and was medically retired. Today’s guest is Blake Smith, he was a Chemical, Nuclear, Biological, and Radiological (C.B.R.N.) ...…
 
In this episode we will be talking about what it’s like to be a Company Commander. Today’s guest is Matt who is a major in the AAV community. Prior to his commission, Matt was a Staff Sergeant. He joined the Marine Corps back in 2000 and went on to received his commission in 2007. He has two combat tours, has done a UDP, and a MEU. His current ...…
 
In today's episode we will be talking about the disparities of Equal Opportunity in the Marine Corps. Specifically, how the Corps is trying to ensure that there is no discrimination in any form yet it inadvertently does the very thing it’s designed to prevent. Today’s guest is Darren who is a Chief Warrant Officer. He joined the Marine Corps ba ...…
 
In this episode we will be talking with Todd who is Gunnery Sergeant and is in the final stages of retirement. He talks about his experiences, the process to retire, his thoughts on the change in combat arms, and where he thinks the Marine Corps is heading Todd joined the Marine Corps in 1997 and has been in the AAV community his entire career. ...…
 
In this episode we will be talking about Recruit Training and the concept of a career Drill Instructor. Today's guest is Melvin who is a Master Gunnery Sergeant who has over 25 years under his belt. He joined the Marine Corps back in 1992 and has completed three combat tours. Melvin suggests that First Sergeants in a Recruit Training Company sh ...…
 
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