The 237th Tun Tavern Society Marine Corps Birthday Anniversary Celebration luncheon will be held at 11 a.
What does MCBD stand for?
MCBD stands for Marine Corps Birthday (US Marine Corps; holiday)
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
See other definitions of MCBD
We have 4 other meanings of MCBD in our Acronym Attic
- Mill Creek Baptist Church (various locations)
- MillerCoors Brewing Company
- Mississauga City Baptist Church (Mississauga, Ontario Canada)
- Modified Complement Block Coding
- Mount Calvary Baptist Church
- Multi-Carrier Burst Contention (wireless networks)
- Marion County Board of County Commissioners (Florida, USA)
- Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton (California)
- Manning Centre for Building Democracy (Canada)
- Marine and Coastal Biodiversity (Malaysia)
- Marshalltown Central Business District (Marshalltown, IA)
- Miles Calcraft Briginshaw Duffy (creative agency; London, England, UK)
- Monte Carlo Brownian Dynamics
- Multi Purpose Chemical Biological Decontaminant
- Medical-Chemical-Biological Defense Initiatives
- Midcoast Council for Business Development and Planning (Bath, ME)
- Medical Chemical and Biological Defense Research Program
- International Conference on Mathematics and Computers in Business and Economics
- Mason County Board of Education (West Virginia)
- Minecraft Bedrock Edition (video game)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The attendance at HAVA's National Family Day has tripled since the initial event, despite numerous other Marine Corps Birthday and Veterans Day festivities held on Nov.
And it's always an honor to be able to enjoy a piece of the Marine Corps birthday cake.
Folsom invests most of the funds in enduring assets, not consumables (although WW supported Christmas parties for the nursing staff at LRMC--they work hard and get little attention for their efforts and supported Marine Corps Birthday celebrations at LRMC and the Naval Hospital at Camp Lejeune).
Donald Progen, a Vietnam veteran, was wished a happy Marine Corps birthday by several speakers and took his opportunity as master of yesterday's ceremonies to acknowledge two of his fellow Marines.