VIENNA, Va. -Navy Federal Credit Union has recently celebrated the Marine Corps 230 years of service. A speech by Guest of Honor former Commander in Chief, U.S. Central Command General Anthony C. Zinni (Ret.) served as the highlight of the evening. A longtime Navy Federal member, General Zinni described the birthday event as, “Not only in honor of the active and retired Marines who have committed themselves to the freedom of this country, but also to all of the hard work of Navy Federal’s employees who have provided service to the Marines and our families.” Birthday festivities also included a presentation of the colors, a cake cutting ceremony, the delivery of the Commandant’s 2005 birthday message from General Michael W. Hagee, and music performed by the Marine Corps Band from Quantico, Virginia.

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