Marine Corps Combat Development Command confirmed three Marines were disciplined on Monday for their roles in the desecration of enemy corpses in Afghanistan.
What does MCCDC stand for?
MCCDC stands for Marine Corps Combat Development Command
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- Michigan Council on Crime and Delinquency (Lansing, MI)
- Mission Control Console Display
- Motor Carrier Compliance Division (Georgia Department of Public Safety)
- Multi-spectral Close Combat Decoy
- Mutually Coupled Coherent Devices
- Maine Child Care Directors Association
- Marin County Community Development Agency (California)
- Merseyside Chinese Community Development Association (UK)
- Modified Charcoal Cefoperazone Deoxycholate Agar
- Marin City Community Development Corporation (Marin City, CA)
- Metropolitan Community Church of Washington, DC
- Morgan Car Club, Washington, DC
- Mecklenburg County Criminal Defense Lawyers Association (North Carolina)
- Multi-Carrier Code Division Multiple Access
- Maricopa Community College District Nursing Program (Tempe, AZ)
- Malta Chamber of Commerce and Enterprise (Valletta, Malta)
- Maricopa County Cooperative Extension (Phoenix, AZ)
- Michigan Chamber of Commerce Executives (now Michigan Association of Chamber Professionals)
- Mission-Critical Computer Equipment
- Movement for a Continuing Church of England
Samples in periodicals archive:
The "amphibious capabilities working group," a small think-tank within the Marine Corps Combat Development Command, has a December deadline to put together a vision for flow the Marine cog will fit into the national security machine over the next decade.
Commanding General, Marine Corps Combat Development Command Lt.
The Marine Corps Combat Development Command provided a decision brief on a proposed amphibious embarkation and debarkation publication.
Waldhauser, Deputy Commanding General, Marine Corps Combat Development Command, Ouantico, Virginia, spoke to the chapter about how the Corps "almost ran out of money" years ago when he was a major.
Hanifen, director of the Capability Development Directorate at Marine Corps Combat Development Command.
The USAMU Team also won the Marine Corps Combat Development Command and the Marine Corps Infantry Trophy team matches.
The afternoon wrapped up with a talk on legal issues, presented by the Counsel to the Commanding General of the Marine Corps Combat Development Command, and case presentations from our sports medicine fellows.