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 Marine Corps League

Detachment #1417

(Mission Statement)



Members of the Marine Corps League join together in camaraderie and fellowship for the purpose of preserving the traditions and promoting the interests of the United States Marine Corps, banding together those who are now serving in the United States Marine Corps and those who have been honorably discharged from that service that they may effectively promote the ideals of American freedom and democracy, voluntarily aiding and rendering assistance to all Marines, FMF Corpsmen and former Marines and FMF Corpsmen and to their widows and orphans; and to perpetuate the history of the United States Marine Corps and by fitting acts to observe the anniversaries of historical occasions of particular interest to Marines.

Detachment Business Meetings!


Detachment 1417 hold monthly business meetings on the

4th Tuesday of each month at 1800 hours.

The meetings are held at the: 


American Legion Post 2 Building

851 Haywood Road

Asheville, N.C. 28806


We would love to have you join us, Marines helping Marines, FMF Corpsmen, and their families.

Incorporated by an act of Congress in 1937, the Marine Corps League perpetuates the traditions and spirit of ALL Marines who proudly wear or who have worn the eagle, globe and anchor of the Corps.

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Next Detachment Meeting

September 25th, 2018 at 1800 hrs


 "A Marine is a Marine. There's no such thing as a former Marine. You're a Marine, just in a   different uniform and you're in a different   phase of your life. But you'll always be a    Marine because you went to Parris Island, San Diego or the hills of Quantico. There's no such thing as a former Marine." 

General James F. Amos, (ret.)
35th Commandant of the Marine Corps