Marine Corps Mestengo
The word Mestengo is the Spanish word for Wild Horse. The Mestengo is the Marine Corps Mustang Associations Quarterly newsletter publication and is not an official publication of the U.S. Marine Corps or any agency of the U.S. Government.
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The significant contributions of Mustangs to our Nation’s Corps of Marines is noteworthy and among the principal reasons for our status as an elite fighting force. Our Marines, and the Sailors who serve with us, have benefitted greatly from their knowledge, experience and wisdom through the years. Their leadership and professionalism at all levels has always made major contributions to the Nation’s Force in Readiness. For all Mustangs, thank you. Take care of yourselves, take care of each other, God Bless and Semper Fidelis, Al Gray, MarineDownload MESTENGO Volume
Personal Reflections, 70 Years Later, Chosin (Changjin) Reservoir By MCMA Member Col Warren Wiedhahn, USMC (Ret), National President, The Chosin Few. In October 1950, after a very successful Inchon landing and liberation of Seoul, we back-loaded aboard ship and sailed north to the port of Wonsan, North Korea.Download MESTENGO Volume
It seems every time I turn around someone wants to know “Why” or better yet, “What’s in it for me?” Why should I be a member of the Marine Corps Mustang Association? Why should I renew my dues? What do I get out of it?Download MESTENGO Volume
75th Anniversary Battle of Iwo JimaDownload MESTENGO Volume
2019 Marine Corps Mustang Association Officer and Director ElectionsDownload MESTENGO Volume
Join us for our 34th Annual Mustang Muster in Branson, Missouri 17-22 SeptDownload MESTENGO Volume
How Sir Winston Churchill Shaped a Marine Corps CareerDownload MESTENGO Volume
Noted Marine Executive to Speak at the August 2018 Muster/ReunionDownload MESTENGO Volume
Join us in San Antonio 8-12 August for our 32nd Mustang Muster.Download MESTENGO Volume
Hot Time, Summer in the City 32nd Annual Muster San Antonio 2018Download MESTENGO Volume
HISTORIC MENGER HOTEL WILL HOST 2018 MUSTERDownload MESTENGO Volume
U.S. RETURNS 10,000 ACRES OF OKINAWAN TRAINING AREA TO JAPANDownload MESTENGO Volume
WORLD WAR I EXHIBIT OPENS AT ARLINGTON CEMETERYDownload MESTENGO Volume
Help us celebrate the Centennial of the U. S. Marine Corps Reserve at our 2016 Mustang Reunion in NOLA!Download MESTENGO Volume
2016 Muster Registration, New Orleans, LA.Download MESTENGO Volume
NEW ORLEANS MUSTER: SUCCESS ON MANY LEVELSDownload MESTENGO Volume
30th Anniversary of our Association. 2015 Mustang Muster Registration Form...Download MESTENGO Volume
2015 Fall / Winter Issue 3 & 4Download MESTENGO Volume
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