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91st Dept. of NJ Convention

91st Department of New Jersey Convention The 91st Department of New Jersey Convention will be held at the Seaview Hotel and Golf Club on June 13th, 14th & 15th, located at 401 South New York Road, Galloway, New Jersey. All forms and information can be found at the...

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2019 Northeast Division Conference

2019 NED Conference The Division Conference will be held on April 5-6th, 2019 at the Holiday Inn Binghamtonlocated at 2-8 Hawley Street, Binghamton, NY 13901. As you all know what to expect the forms and schedule can be downloaded from the links below. If there are...

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National Mid-Winter Conference

Mid-Winter is Coming! Are you ready for the Mid-Winter conference? Have you made your reservations and booked your travel and talked to all your friends that will be there? Have you registered for the conference and have you chosen your meals for the banquet? Did you...

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The NED has a new look.

The NED has a new look.

As with all things, there is change. Time leads to new things and changes to the way things function, feel, and look. So with this in mind we are doing some updating to our site with new function, look, and feel. As with everything change is not always something that...

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Marine Corps League Northeast Division

Looking good Rockland County! ...

Looking good Rockland County!

1 week ago

Ray Dailey

RAYMOND L. DAILEY
NATIONAL JUDGE ADVOCATE

I have had the honor to serve in leadership roles for the Detachment, Department, and National Marine Corps League since joining in 1992.
I was elected Commandant for Detachment #758 and later, Department of Ohio Commandant for two terms each. During my first term as Department of Ohio Commandant, Cleveland, Ohio hosted Marine Week 2012 where I coordinated the Marine Corps Leagues’ volunteer participation as the Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge.
I served as National Assistant Sergeant at Arms for seven years and for four years as Assistant National Vice Commandant Central Division. Then during the next four years, while National Vice-Commandant Central Division, I set and met a goal to travel to all six Division Departments a minimum of once per year. I have attended National Conventions for the last 14 years. I have attended Marine West Expo, Marine South Expo, and Modern-Day Marine, aiding with the Marine Corps League’s participation as a national officer.
As an active participant in all National Budget Meetings during my four years as Central Division National Vice-Commandant, I garnered extensive knowledge of our national league finances. It was an honor to serve on these committees, where we balanced the budget, cut costs, hired a new chief operating officer; moved our headquarters to Stafford, Virginia and sold the old headquarters building and condominium in Merrifield, Virginia.
I have attended all National board meetings During my time as Asst. National Vice Commandant and Central Division National Vice Commandant. During that time, I helped implement the National Bylaws, finances and Administrative Procedures Ch. 900 grievances and disciplinary cases. While serving on Hearing Boards, along with negotiations at both Department and National levels, I gained vast knowledge with administering these programs.
I have experience as a member of U.S. Congressional Representative Bob Latta's Veterans Advisory Board for the last four years and as a member of the county veterans committee for ten years. The work I have had the honor to do for the League and Children's Charities and children with catastrophic illnesses in Northwest Ohio has led to my selection for the “Legion of Honor Award,” Chapel of Four Chaplains and the Ohio School Board Association’s “Outstanding Leadership” award. I also am a recipient of two Marine of the Year awards from my Detachment and the Department of Ohio Marine of the Year award.
I enlisted in the Marine Corps out of Defiance Ohio’s High School in June 1969, reporting to MCRD San Diego, California the next month. After boot camp and artillery MOS training, I reported to Camp Lejeune, North Carolina’s “C” Battery, 1st Battalion, 10th Marines. I left there to spend a year at Cuba’s Guantanamo Bay Naval Station, where I joined the 105mm “B” Battery as gun crew chief. Upon my discharge, I joined the active reserves, as the track vehicle repair training NCO, serving until 1978.
Upon my active duty discharge, General Motors employed me in June 1972, as a gray iron foundry operations production employee. After two years in this position, I was promoted to management where I worked for the next 35 years with a focus on administering union/management contracts (by-laws), safety and job procedures. During this period, I also attended Northwest State college, where I earned a degree in Business Management. I retired after 37 years in this position.
I have proven leadership and experience to be your next
NATIONAL JUDGE ADVOCATE
RAYMOND L. DAILEY

Possessing the Experience, Drive, Integrity, Confidence, Motivation, along with Accessibility
Serving the membership Not monthly, not weekly, BUT DAILEY
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RAYMOND L. DAILEY
NATIONAL JUDGE ADVOCATE

I have had the honor to serve in leadership roles for the Detachment, Department, and National Marine Corps League since joining in 1992.
I was elected Commandant for Detachment #758 and later, Department of Ohio Commandant for two terms each. During my first term as Department of Ohio Commandant, Cleveland, Ohio hosted Marine Week 2012 where I coordinated the Marine Corps Leagues’ volunteer participation as the Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge. 
I served as National Assistant Sergeant at Arms for seven years and for four years as Assistant National Vice Commandant Central Division. Then during the next four years, while National Vice-Commandant Central Division, I set and met a goal to travel to all six Division Departments a minimum of once per year.  I have attended National Conventions for the last 14 years. I have attended Marine West Expo, Marine South Expo, and Modern-Day Marine, aiding with the Marine Corps League’s participation as a national officer. 
As an active participant in all National Budget Meetings during my four years as Central Division National Vice-Commandant, I garnered extensive knowledge of our national league finances.  It was an honor to serve on these committees, where we balanced the budget, cut costs, hired a new chief operating officer; moved our headquarters to Stafford, Virginia and sold the old headquarters building and condominium in Merrifield, Virginia.
I have attended all National board meetings During my time as Asst. National Vice Commandant and Central Division National Vice Commandant. During that time, I helped implement the National Bylaws, finances and Administrative Procedures Ch. 900 grievances and disciplinary cases. While serving on Hearing Boards, along with negotiations at both Department and National levels, I gained vast knowledge with administering these programs.
I have experience as a member of U.S. Congressional Representative Bob Lattas Veterans Advisory Board for the last four years and as a member of the county veterans committee for ten years. The work I have had the honor to do for the League and Childrens Charities and children with catastrophic illnesses in Northwest Ohio has led to my selection for the “Legion of Honor Award,” Chapel of Four Chaplains and the Ohio School Board Association’s “Outstanding Leadership” award. I also am a recipient of two Marine of the Year awards from my Detachment and the Department of Ohio Marine of the Year award. 
I enlisted in the Marine Corps out of Defiance Ohio’s High School in June 1969, reporting to MCRD San Diego, California the next month. After boot camp and artillery MOS training, I reported to Camp Lejeune, North Carolina’s “C” Battery, 1st Battalion, 10th Marines. I left there to spend a year at Cuba’s Guantanamo Bay Naval Station, where I joined the 105mm “B” Battery as gun crew chief. Upon my discharge, I joined the active reserves, as the track vehicle repair training NCO, serving until 1978.
Upon my active duty discharge, General Motors employed me in June 1972, as a gray iron foundry operations production employee. After two years in this position, I was promoted to management where I worked for the next 35 years with a focus on administering union/management contracts (by-laws), safety and job procedures.  During this period, I also attended Northwest State college, where I earned a degree in Business Management. I retired after 37 years in this position.
I have proven leadership and experience to be your next
NATIONAL JUDGE ADVOCATE
RAYMOND L. DAILEY

Possessing the Experience, Drive, Integrity, Confidence, Motivation, along with Accessibility
Serving the membership Not monthly, not weekly, BUT DAILEY

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New Jersey

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Pennsylvania

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Marine Corps League National

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Marine Corps League Auxiliary

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Vets4Warriors

Vets4Warriors is the leading national peer support and resource connection network for veterans, service members, family members and caregivers who need answers and understanding from someone who knows what they are going through.

Marine Corps League Library

There is now a new web site for forms and documents that we use all the time.
The web site URL is: https://www.mcleaguelibrary.org/
It can also be reached by clicking the link below.

Dues Renewals and New Joins

Hey there hard chargers!

There is clarification and  updates on how this works. Get the Scuttlebutt at the link below and make sure you have the correct info.

For more information about the NorthEast Division!

We are one of the largest Divisions in the Marine Corps League. Please get a hold of us if you would like more infmormation on the happenings in our area.

Conferences and Gatherings will be posted as information is available.

Division Marines of the Year will be posted as information is available.

Division awards and certificates will be posted as information is available.