Are You a Marine Corps League Member? Join Today!


To the Department of Colorado MCL's Website! Here you will find, everything you need to know about the Department of Colorado and it's subsidiaries. We have included forms that you may need to use and links to other Marine Corps related sites, including the Marine Corps League National website.


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Who Can Join

The League is comprised of honorably discharged as well as reserve and active duty Marines and FMF Navy Corpsmen with over 90 days of service. Those individuals that want to participate with the Marine Corps League but do not otherwise qualify may join as Associate Members. Are you a Marine Corps League Member?

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Getting involved

We currently have 13 chartered Marine Corps League Detachments located throughout the State of Colorado. Our earliest detachments were chartered as early as 1970 and most continue strong today. Several have their own Auxiliary Units, which also gives distaff members of your family a wonderful opportunity to meet new friends and take part in wonderful programs.

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Why Join the Marine Corps League?


The Marine Corps League perpetuates the traditions and spirit of ALL Marines and Navy FMF Corpsmen, who proudly wear or who have worn the eagle, globe and anchor of the Corps. It takes great pride in crediting its founding in 1923 to World War I hero, then Major General Commandant John A. Lejeune. It takes equal pride in its Federal Charter, approved by An Act of the Seventy-Fifth Congress of the United States of America and signed and approved by President Franklin D. Roosevelt on August 4, 1937.

When you join and/or invite someone you know to join the Marine Corps League, you do more than increase our ability to help America's Veterans and their families; you could be helping that new member live a longer, more fulfilling life.

Your involvement is key to the success of each one of our Detachments, Auxiliary Units and our Organization. It takes each and every one of us pulling together to get the important work done of serving our Veterans and their families, our communities, and our country.


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A Message From The National Commandant



“The Marine Corps is deeply concerned about allegations regarding the derogatory online comments and sharing of salacious photographs in a closed website.  This behavior destroys morale, erodes trust, and degrades the individual. The Marine Corps does not condone this sort of behavior, which undermines our core values. As General Neller said in his recent Message to the Force , the Marine Corps’ success in battle depends on trust, mutual respect, and teamwork.  


The Marine Corps takes every allegation of misconduct seriously.  Allegations of misconduct are thoroughly investigated and handled at the appropriate judicial or administrative forum.


By Direction of the National Commandant; No member from the Marine Corps League is authorized to release a press statement concerning this issue; it is an issue that is under Marine Corps investigation and no statement by the MCL membership is authorized.

 15 March 2017





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