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New Yorkers wait in line to tour a military aircraft during a static display as part of Fleet Week at Eisenhower Park, in East Meadow, New York, May 28, 2016. U.S. Marines and sailors are visiting to interact with the public, demonstrate capabilities and teach the people of New York about America's sea services. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by 24th MEU Combat Camera Lance Cpl. Hernan Vidana/Released)
Staff Sgt. Shane Howard, canvassing recruiter with Recruiting Substation Worcester, Massachusetts, cheers on a soccer player conducting the flexed-arm hang with the rest of her team following their bracket win at the Global Premier Soccer Memorial Day Tournament, May 30, 2016.
Staff Sgt. Michael Perez, armory chief for 1st Battalion, 25th Marines, speaks about the combat capabilities of the M16A4 service rifle to poolees of Recruiting Station Portsmouth during the annual All-Hands Pool Function aboard Fort Devens, Massachusetts, May 21, 2016. The function is a two-day evolution that serves as a mass progress update for the station's poolees as they prepare for recruit training and a unit cohesion event, bringing all the area's recruiters and their future recruits together.
Sergeant Phillip Voss, canvassing recruiter with Recruiting Substation North Boston, Massachusetts, poses Marine Corps knowledge questions to a cadet of the Lynn English High School Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps during a cadet inspection, May 11, 2016. Marine recruiters from the area inspected the high school's cadets in preparation for upcoming JROTC drill competitions.
U.S. Marine Corps Staff Sgt. Eric Kyne, music placement director with the 1st Marine Corps District, visits Columbus Elementary School in Mount Vernon, N.Y. and gives students advice on playing their instrument, May 11, 2016. “Teaching music to kids is one of the most important jobs you can have as a musician,” said Kyne. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Brandon Thomas/Released)
U.S. Navy Capt. Jay Steingold, left, presents U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Zechariah Lund with a Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal May 3, 2016, at Naval Weapons Station Earle in Colts Neck, N.J. Lund received the award for training five sailors serving on the instillation’s security force up to black belt in the Marine Corps’ Martial Arts Program while strengthening the relationship between the Marines and sailors aboard the station. Steingold is the commanding officer for Naval Weapons Station Earle. Lund is the supply clerk for Recruiting Station New Jersey.
General Joseph Dunford (center), Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, stands with Capt. Jacob Nihart, the Officer Selection Officer of OST Portsmouth, New Hampshire, and  2nd Lt. Nicholas Nevers following the latter's graduation of the Maine Maritime Academy, May 7, 2016. Nevers became a Marine Corps officer through the Platoon Leader's Course where he attended Marine officer training during his college summers and commissioned during his graduation. Dunford was the guest speaker and commissioning officer of the graduation as his niece graduated and commissioned into the Navy.
Capt. Gregg Petrisevac, operations officer with the 1st Marine Corps District, poses for a photo with his family after receiving the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal for his accomplishments while serving at the district. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Brandon Thomas/ released)
Gunnery Sgt. Dean McCown, data chief at the 1st Marine Corps District, poses for a photo with his family after receiving the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal for his accomplishments at the district. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Brandon Thomas/ released)
U.S. Marine Corps Cpl. Mike Borowski strumms the notes to Benny Golson's "Whisper Not" during a performance at the Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola at the Jazz at Lincoln Center overlooking New York's Central Park, Saturday, April 23, 2016. Borowski, who graduated from Duquesne University with his master's degree in music, lived month-to-month looking for various music gigs before a rare opportunity allowed him to travel across the country as a Marine musician with the Marine Band San Diego.
The party band section of the Marine Corps Base Quantico band plays to a full Everett High School auditorium, March 18, 2016 in Everett, Mass. The band visited the school prior to their performance in the St. Patrick's Day parade in Boston, the following weekend. Cpl. Jordan Snow, a Proctor, Vermont, native, is the bass drummer for the band and travelled back and forth between Boston and Germany to eventually become a Marine Corps musician.
Corporal Jordan Snow, bass drummer for the Marine Corps Base Quantico band and Proctor, Vermont, native, performs with the party section of the band to a full Everett High School auditorium, March 18, 2016. The band visited the school prior to their performance in the St. Patrick's Day parade in Boston the following weekend. Snow is a Berklee College of Music graduate and travelled back and forth between Boston and Germany to eventually become a Marine Corps musician.
Corporal Jordan Snow, bass drummer for the Marine Corps Base Quantico band and Proctor, Vermont, native, sings Bruce Channel’s “Hey Baby” with the party section of the band to a full Everett High School auditorium, March 18, 2016. The band visited the school prior to their performance in the St. Patrick's Day parade in Boston the following weekend. Snow is a Berklee College of Music graduate and travelled back and forth between Boston and Germany to eventually become a Marine Corps musician.
Corporal Jordan Snow, bass drummer for the Marine Corps Base Quantico band and Proctor, Vermont, native, speaks with high school band students in the Everett High School auditorium, March 18, 2016. The band visited the school prior to their performance in the St. Patrick's Day parade in Boston the following weekend. Snow is a Berklee College of Music graduate and travelled back and forth between Boston and Germany to eventually become a Marine Corps musician.
(Right)United States Marine Corps Pfc. Dayle M. Taber, a Hilton, N.Y., native and recent recruit training graduate, teaches push-up techniques to female Delayed Entry Program enlistees during an All-Female Pool Function in Rochester, N.Y., April 9, 2016. Taber motivated and shared her boot camp experiences with the future female Marines during the function. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Staff Sgt. Christopher O’Quin/Released)
Jake Gyllenhaal (left) and 2013 Boston marathon bombing survivor Jeff Bauman speak with Marines of the 2nd Marine Air Wing band prior to their performing the National Anthem at Fenway Park, April 18. The band opened for the Boston Red Sox baseball game and Gyllenhaal was at this year's marathon filming scenes for the upcoming movie "Stronger," a biopic about Bauman during the marathon bombing.
Staff Sgt. Daniel Eddy, staff noncommissioned officer-in-charge for Recruiting Substation Framingham, Massachusetts, passes the Minute Man statue near the end of the 2016 Boston Marathon Tough Ruck at the Minute Man National Historical Park, April 16. The tough ruck has participants hike 26.2 miles with a 30-pound pack in honor of the service men and women who lost their lives in the line of duty.
Samuel Majors, a freshman of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and an applicant of the Platoon Leaders Course, instructs other Marine officer applicants on how to overcome an obstacle as part of the leadership reaction course, April 17. The Officer Selection Teams of Portsmouth, NH; Boston, MA; Amherst, MA and Providence, RI, conducted an Officer Candidate School prep weekend together to prepare their applicants for OCS.
New York - Marines of Recruiting Station New York mentor youth basketball players during the Leaders of the Hardwood, a one-day basketball camp, at Basketball City in New York City, March 21, 2016. The camp’s purpose is to reinforce the core elements of being a leader on and off the basketball court.
United States Marine Corps 2nd Lt. Ahmed M. Khalil recently completed permissive temporary assigned duty with Officer Selection Team, Syracuse, N.Y., while waiting to train at Logistics Officer School. Khalil is fluent in five different Arabic dialects and has used these skills in the past to help US troops when he was a teenager in Baghdad. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Staff Sgt. Christopher O’Quin/Released)