Marine Corps League
Lt. General Victor "Brute" Krulak Detachment
Marines Helping Marines
The Marine Corps League exists to help Marines in need.
The assistance we provide comes in many forms.
Sometimes it's helping someone pay an emergency medical bill. Sometimes it's a pending or late utility bill or phone bill. Sometimes we go as far as retrofitting a vehicle or a home to make it more accessible.
There has been more than one occasion when we put in an HVAC system or updated plumbing to improve living conditions. Other times we help Marines and their family members prepare for and find jobs--we've even helped a few Marines go back to school.
Most often, though, we're simply here to lend an ear. We're here when a Marine needs someone to talk to--someone who can understand their concerns.
But the bottom line is that we do what we can, when we can, however we can.
We exist to serve Marines, past and present.
Each Detachment in the Department of Alabama supports Marines and their families whether they are currently serving or have served honorably in the past; this includes FMF Corpsmen and Chaplains. Many Detachments also elect to support veterans from other branches of service, when possible.
Do you know a Marine in need?
Setup at 9am
Meeting starts at 10am
Adjourn by nooon
April 8, 2023
Hoover Tactical Firearms
1561 Montgomery Highway
Hoover, AL 35216
NEXT DETACHMENT MEETING
Know a Marine in need?
The few, the proud, the Brutes!
SEEKING NEW MEMBERS:
Current and former Marines, FMF Corpsmen, and Navy Chaplains who honorably served or are serving are welcome to submit a membership application for consideration.
Individuals who did not serve in the Marine Corps, who share the Marine values and the purpose of the Marine Corps League may also join by applying for Associate Member status. Typically, family members, relatives, and friends fall into this category.