Marine Corps Coordinating Council
Houston - Galveston

Some people wonder all their lives if they've made a difference. The Marines don't have that problem.
President Ronald Reagan












"TOYS FOR TOTS" is the Christmas Mission of your United States Marine Corps Reserve. With your assistance we can provide a message of hope, and compassion to the under-privileged children of the city of Houston. Join us, and together we can make the difference in a child holiday experience this year. 1st Battalion 23rd Marines is conducting a Toys for Tots drive for the Houston area. They have Donation Boxes for toys located across the city, The toys must be in the box by Sunday Dec. 7. For more information on how you can partisipate, see the Toys For Tots web page <>.

Veteran and Military Deals & Discounts

Military has found stores and services doing their part to make life easier by offering discounts to veterans, active, reserve, and retired members of the US Military and their immediate family members. We are also including a section of Veterans Day Specials that are being offered.View List #1
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 Star Spangle Banner

The first verse of the Star Spangle Banner is Francis Scott Key's description of the night that the whole British War Fleet attack Fort Henry at Baltimore and we refused to let our flag come down. I think that you will enjoy it, I did.
Star Spangle Banner


 Search over 40,000 Units

Connect with your past or present Military Unit on Post Messages, find old friends, see Unit History & Photos nd more. Search over 40,000 Units.



New Navy Sub Makes Debut ABOARD THE U.S. NAVY SUBMARINE TEXAS -- The Navy has debuted its newest nuclear-powered submarine in an Atlantic Ocean swing off the Florida coast, the second in the latest fast-attack class that marks a broad departure from the Cold War-era deterrence boats. The Texas, officially earned its "USS" designator in a commissioning ceremony on September 9th, weighs 7,800 tons, measures 377 feet long and can remain submerged on covert surveillance up to three months. It travels faster than 25 knots underwater and dives farther than 800 feet..

27 Things You Should Know About PTSD

If you have a question about PTSD, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has the answer. Read the Veterans Health Administration's 27 Things about Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder at Things-You-Should-Know-about-PTS from VA's National Center for PTSD.
For more resources on PTSD, visit the PTSD section.


Mission Statement

The mission of The Marine Corps Coordinating Council of Houston is to:
• Promote in the community a method whereby U.S. Marines, either regular or reserve, and their families are made to feel a part of the community family.
• Present awards for outstanding acts that are in the general public interest.
• Aid the members of U.S. Marine families, regular or reserve, in time of illness, hardship or financial distress.
• Offer scholarships for members of Marine families who need financial assistance either in secondary educational pursuits or public schooling.
• Provide an orderly, business like method, at no cost, for the Marine organizations, regular and reserve, to promote their objectives.
• Support any benevolent, charitable, or religious ceremony in interest of the community needs.

MCCC Monthly Meetings

The next meeting of the Houston-Galveston Area Marine Corps Coordinating Council will be the last Tuesday of the month at 1800 hours. The location of the meeting will be at Bayland Park Community Center, located at 6400 Bissonnet St Houston, TX. If you have problems finding Bayland Park Community Center, you can reach the front desk at (713) 541-9951.

 Servicemember's Civil Relief Act

The Servicemember's Civil Relief Act (SCRA) expanded and improved the former Soldiers' and Sailors' Civil Relief Act (SSCRA). The SCRA provides a wide range of protections for individuals entering, called to active duty in the military, or deployed servicemembers. It is intended to postpone or suspend certain civil obligations to enable service members to devote full attention to duty and relieve stress on the family members of those deployed servicemembers. A few examples of such obligations you may be protected against are: Outstanding credit card debt, Mortgage payments, Pending trials, Taxes, and Terminations of lease.


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