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U.S. Marine Corps Master Gunnery Sgt. Richard W. Babb renders a salute during his retirement ceremony at Fort McHenry in Baltimore, Md., June 20, 2014. The Trinidad native enlisted in the Marine Corps on August 1, 1984 and following recruit training went on to become a combat engineer. Babb deployed to the Mediterranean, North Africa, Japan, the Republic of Korea, Thailand, the South China Sea and participated in Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm. He was also assigned to the Marine Corps Research and Development and Acquisition Command at Quantico, VA as a test operator of prototypes in the Emerging Technology and Mine/Counter-mine Warfare Systems section. In 1995, Babb reported for recruiting duty in Washington D.C. and has worked within the Marine Corps Recruiting Command for the past 18 years, serving in various positions such as canvassing recruiter, sub-station commander, assistant recruiter instructor and recruiter instructor. In September 2008, Babb was assigned to be the recruiter instructor for RS Baltimore, which would be his final duty station. Babb’s dedication to his duties directly influenced RS Baltimore’s success, earning them recognition by the Commandant of the Marine Corps as one of the superior recruiting stations in the nation for the years of 2008, 2009, 2011, and 2013. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Bryan Nygaard/Released)
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U.S. Marine Corps Master Gunnery Sgt. Richard W. Babb speaks to a crowd during his retirement ceremony at Fort McHenry in Baltimore, Md., June 20, 2014. The Trinidad native enlisted in the Marine Corps on August 1, 1984 and following recruit training went on to become a combat engineer. Babb deployed to the Mediterranean, North Africa, Japan, the Republic of Korea, Thailand, the South China Sea and participated in Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm. He was also assigned to the Marine Corps Research and Development and Acquisition Command at Quantico, VA as a test operator of prototypes in the Emerging Technology and Mine/Counter-mine Warfare Systems section. In 1995, Babb reported for recruiting duty in Washington D.C. and has worked within the Marine Corps Recruiting Command for the past 18 years, serving in various positions such as canvassing recruiter, sub-station commander, assistant recruiter instructor and recruiter instructor. In September 2008, Babb was assigned to be the recruiter instructor for RS Baltimore, which would be his final duty station. Babb’s dedication to his duties directly influenced RS Baltimore’s success, earning them recognition by the Commandant of the Marine Corps as one of the superior recruiting stations in the nation for the years of 2008, 2009, 2011, and 2013. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Bryan Nygaard/Released)
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U.S. Marine Corps Master Gunnery Sgt. Richard W. Babb pauses while giving a speech during his retirement ceremony at Fort McHenry in Baltimore, Md., June 20, 2014. The Trinidad native enlisted in the Marine Corps on August 1, 1984 and following recruit training went on to become a combat engineer. Babb deployed to the Mediterranean, North Africa, Japan, the Republic of Korea, Thailand, the South China Sea and participated in Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm. He was also assigned to the Marine Corps Research and Development and Acquisition Command at Quantico, VA as a test operator of prototypes in the Emerging Technology and Mine/Counter-mine Warfare Systems section. In 1995, Babb reported for recruiting duty in Washington D.C. and has worked within the Marine Corps Recruiting Command for the past 18 years, serving in various positions such as canvassing recruiter, sub-station commander, assistant recruiter instructor and recruiter instructor. In September 2008, Babb was assigned to be the recruiter instructor for RS Baltimore, which would be his final duty station. Babb’s dedication to his duties directly influenced RS Baltimore’s success, earning them recognition by the Commandant of the Marine Corps as one of the superior recruiting stations in the nation for the years of 2008, 2009, 2011, and 2013. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Bryan Nygaard/Released)
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U.S. Marine Corps Col. Terence D. Trenchard, (right), passes the flag to U.S. Marine Corps Col. John A. Bolt, (left), signifying the changing of command during a change of command ceremony for the 4th Marine Corps District at the Defense Distribution Center Susquehanna in New Cumberland, Pa., July 10, 2014. Trenchard, a Hartford, Conn. native, relinquished command of the district to Bolt, a Mount Dora, Fla. native, following three successful years as the district’s commanding officer. Bolt was most recently the J3 Air Fires Officer, Naval Striking and Support Forces, NATO. Trenchard will assume the post of operations officer for Marine Corps Recruiting Command. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Nicholas S. Ranum/Released)
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Marines of the 4th Marine Corps District participate in a change of command ceremony at the Defense Distribution Center Susquehanna in New Cumberland, Pa., July 10, 2014. During the ceremony, U.S. Marine Corps Col. Terence D. Trenchard, a native of Hartdford, Conn., relinquished command to U.S. Marine Corps Col. John A. Bolt, a Mount Dora, Fla. native. Bolt was most recently the J3 Air Fires Officer of Naval Striking and Support Forces, NATO. Trenchard will assume the post of operations officer for Marine Corps Recruiting Command. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Nicholas S. Ranum/Released)
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U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Maj. Joseph A. Breeze, the sergeant major of the 4th Marine Corps District, prepares to pass the flag during a change of command ceremony at the Defense Distribution Center Susquehanna in New Cumberland, Pa., July 10, 2014. During the ceremony, U.S. Marine Corps Col. Terence D. Trenchard, a native of Hartford, Conn., relinquished command of the district to U.S. Marine Corps Col. John A. Bolt, a native of Mount Dora, Fla. Bolt was most recently the J3 Air Fires Officer of Naval Striking and Support Forces, NATO. Trenchard will assume the post of operations officer for Marine Corps Recruiting Command. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Nicholas S. Ranum/Released)
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U.S. Marine Corps Col. Terence D. Trenchard, a native of Hartford, Conn. participates in change of command ceremony at the Defense Distribution Center Susquehanna in New Cumberland, Pa., July 10, 2014. Trenchard relinquished command of the 4th Marine Corps District to U.S. Marine Corps Col. John A. Bolt. Bolt, a Mount Dora, Fla. native, was most recently the J3 Air Fires Officer of Naval Striking and Support Forces, NATO. Trenchard will assume the post of operations officer for Marine Corps Recruiting Command. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Nicholas S. Ranum/Released)
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U.S. Marine Corps Col. Terence D. Trenchard is awarded the Legion of Merit by Brig. Gen. Terry Williams, the commanding general of Eastern Recruiting Region and Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, S.C., at the Defense Distribution Center Susquehanna in New Cumberland, Pa., July 10, 2014. Trenchard, a Hartford, Conn. native, was awarded the Legion of Merit after his successful completion of his time at 4th Marine Corps District. Trenchard will assume the post of operations officer for Marine Corps Recruiting Command after relinquishing the command of the district to Col. John A. Bolt, a Mount Dora, Fla. native. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Nicholas S. Ranum/Released)
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U.S. Marine Corps Capt. Devin Claridy, (left), guides Jamie Gastrich, an officer candidate and a Richmond, Va. native, through his enlistment contract at Officer Selection Station Norfolk in Norfolk, Va., July 7, 2014. Gastrich, a junior at Old Dominion University, became the first candidate to sign an enlistment contract at Recruiting Station Richmond’s newest officer selection station. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Aaron Diamant/Released)
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U.S. Marine Corps officer candidate Jamie Gastrich, a native of Richmond, Va., recites the oath of office as administered by U.S. Marine Corps Capt. Devin Claridy, an officer selection officer for Officer Selection Station Norfolk in Norfolk, Va., July 7, 2014. Gastrich, a junior at Old Dominion University, became the first candidate to contract from Recruiting Station Richmond’s newest officer selection station. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Aaron Diamant/Released)
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Col. John A. Bolt's command photo.
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U.S. Marine Corps Pvt. Katherine L. Palacio, a recent recruit training graduate and Tucson, Ariz., native, leads poolees from Recruiting Sub-Station Greensboro, in physical training outside the sub-station’s office in Greensboro, N.C., June 12, 2014. Palacio battled for four years to join the Marine Corps before enlisting out of Greensboro, N.C., on Feb. 20, 2014, and finishing recruit training as part of platoon 4018, O Company, 4th Recruit Training Battalion, Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, S.C., June 6, 2014. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Dwight A. Henderson/Released)
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U.S. Marine Corps Pvt. Katherine L. Palacio, a recent recruit training graduate and Tucson, Ariz., native, leads poolees from Recruiting Sub-Station Greensboro, in physical training outside the sub-station’s office in Greensboro, N.C., June 12, 2014. Palacio battled for four years to join the Marine Corps before enlisting out of Greensboro, N.C., on Feb. 20, 2014, and finishing recruit training as part of platoon 4018, O Company, 4th Recruit Training Battalion, Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, S.C., June 6, 2014. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Dwight A. Henderson/Released)
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Steven Chaney of Barberton, Ohio, lost over 100 pounds in hopes of joining the United States Marine Corps. In just over a year, Chaney was able to achieve the feat with exercise, healthy eating and the mentorship of U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. David Belcher, a recruiter with Recruiting Sub-Station Akron. (U.S. Marine Corps hoto by Sgt. T.M. Stewman/Released)
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U.S. Marine Corps Maj. Scott E. Stephan, (right), is awarded the Meritorious Service Medal during the Recruiting Station Change of Command at the Kentucky Derby Museum at Churchill Downs June 26, 2014. According to the award citation, during his tenure as commanding officer, Stephan led RS Louisville to be consistently one of the most successful recruiting stations for 4th Marine Corps District, contracting 1,971 future Marines from RS Louisville. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Tyler Birky/Released)
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U.S. Marine Corps Maj. Scott E. Stephan, (left), prepares to pass the flag of Marine Corps Recruiting Station Louisville signifying the change of command to Maj. Donald L. Hotchkiss at the Kentucky Derby Museum at Churchill Downs June 26, 2014. Stephan served as the RS Louisville Commanding Officer since June 2011 and has overseen the contracting of 1,971 Marines. Hotchkiss comes to RS Louisville from Combat Logistics Battalion 4 in Okinawa, Japan where he served as the company commander of Motor Transport Company A and the battalion operations officer. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Tyler Birky/Released)
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