Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune - When these young Marines joined the Corps the United States was at peace.
USS Theodore Roosevelt - All offensive flight operations on the Roosevelt took place at night, so the crew of the Roosevelt lived on a reversed schedule when they slept during the day.
USS Bataan - The Marines of the 26th MUE lived and trained on the amphibious assault ship USS Bataan. The Bataan delivered more than 2,500 Marines and their equipment to Pakistan before they entered Afghanistan, opening Operation Enduring Freedom. The Bataan stayed on station off the coast of Pakistan and completed the longest sustained amphibious assault in U.S. history with sailors not touching ground for over four months.