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“The Eagle, Globe and Anchor emblem and the name Marine Corps® are registered trademarks of the USMC. The Marine Corps League and its subordinate organizations support the USMC and its veterans, however it is not officially connected to or endorsed by the USMC, and the name and emblem are used with permission.”
Serving Crossville Tennessee and Cumberland County
with 94 Members and Associates and growing
Our February 2023 Membership meeting will be on Tuesday the 21st at Hilltoppers at 86 Duer Court, Crossville TN. Doors open at 1730 for meet and greet and meeting starts at 1800. Check the calendar for a Google map
At the January general membership meeting we held a memorial service for our deceased member Col. Edward Keyes. His only daughter Shirlee and her husband Geoff were in attendance and very appreciative. See photos on the Fallen Marines Page
Leslie Lege, Curt Lege's wife. Leslie was in a very serious car accident on the 8th of Nov. She sustained several broken bones. Leslie is still in UT hospital and hopefully going to be released to a rehab facility in Crossville sometime this coming week.
Update - 11/19 Leslie was transferred from Med Center UT to NHC FACILITY in Cookeville. She is still unable to stand on her own or able to feed herself. She is expected to be in Cookeville for a minimum of 2 weeks
Update - 12/1 Leslie was transported back to Knoxville for ortho followup, healing moving along, stitches and staples removed, but still in rehab in NHC in Cookeville
Jacque Johnson became suddenly ill and taken to CMC while standing duty at our fundraiser at Food City in downtown Crossville. She has been released from the hospital and is doing well
January 17th - Membership meeting
February 21st - Membership meeting
March 21st - Membership Meeting
For more detailed information of time and location, visit the Calendar Page. Use the link below.
The mission of the Marine Corps League is to promote the interest and to preserve traditions of the United States Marine Corps; strengthen the fraternity of Marines and their families; serve Marines, FMF Navy Corpsmen, and FMF Navy Chaplains who wear or who have worn the Eagle, Globe and Anchor; and foster the ideals of Americanism and patriotic volunteerism.
Active, Reserve, Retired, and Veteran Marines continue the faithful tradition of looking out for the Marines to their left and right. Founded in 1923 by Marine Corps Commandant then MajGen John A. Lejeune, and chartered in 1937 as the only Congressionally Chartered Marine Corps Veterans Service Organization.
Our Detachment serves the Crossville, TN area and the surrounding Cumberland County area as well.
U.S. Marine Corps Eagle, Globe, and Anchor
U.S. Navy FMF Corpsman insignia