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Gunnery Sgt. Robert Kelm, a recruiter instructor for Marine Corps Recruiting Station Baltimore, talks with high school athletes about endurance during the Marine Corps’ Semper Fidelis All-American Football Camp, which was held at St. John’s College High School in Washington DC on April 26, 2015.  The Semper Fidelis All-American Football Camp allowed student athletes to hone their football skills while receiving instruction from high school, college and NFL Players Association Coaches. In addition, these students had the distinct opportunity of receiving discipline, leadership and character skills from United States Marines. (US Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Bryan Nygaard/Released)
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Marine Corps Sgt. Demetrius Douglas, a recruiter for Marine Corps Recruiting Station Baltimore, runs with high school athletes during the Marine Corps’ Semper Fidelis All-American Football Camp, which was held at St. John’s College High School in Washington DC on April 26, 2015.  The Semper Fidelis All-American Football Camp allowed student athletes to hone their football skills while receiving instruction from high school, college and NFL Players Association Coaches. In addition, these students had the distinct opportunity of receiving discipline, leadership and character skills from United States Marines. (US Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Bryan Nygaard/Released)
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U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Maj. Yomen English, the sergeant major of Marine Corps Recruiting Station Baltimore, talks to high school athletes about enthusiasm during the Marine Corps’ Semper Fidelis All-American Football Camp, which was held at St. John’s College High School in Washington DC on April 26, 2015.  The Semper Fidelis All-American Football Camp allowed student athletes to hone their football skills while receiving instruction from high school, college and NFL Players Association Coaches. In addition, these students had the distinct opportunity of receiving discipline, leadership and character skills from United States Marines. (US Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Bryan Nygaard/Released)
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A high school athlete tries to do 20 pull-ups during the Marine Corps’ Semper Fidelis All-American Football Camp, which was held at St. John’s College High School in Washington DC on April 26, 2015.  The Semper Fidelis All-American Football Camp allowed student athletes to hone their football skills while receiving instruction from high school, college and NFL Players Association Coaches. In addition, these students had the distinct opportunity of receiving discipline, leadership and character skills from United States Marines. (US Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Bryan Nygaard/Released)
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Marine Corps officer candidates evacuate a simulated casualty up a ravine during a training exercise at the Naval Support Activity Annapolis, Maryland, April 25, 2015. The exercise was designed to prepare officer candidates from Recruiting Stations Baltimore and Frederick for the physical and mental challenges of Marine Corps Officer Candidate School. OCS trains, screens and evaluates candidates, who must demonstrate a high level of leadership potential and commitment to success in order to earn a commission as an officer in the United States Marine Corps. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Bryan Nygaard/Released)
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U.S. Marine Corps Marine Corps officer candidate Matthew Rojas, a sophomore at the University of Delaware, negotiates the “slide for life” obstacle while carrying a pack, rifle, and a 30-pound ammunition can during a training exercise at the Naval Support Activity Annapolis, Maryland, April 25, 2015. The exercise was designed to prepare officer candidates from Recruiting Stations Baltimore and Frederick for the physical and mental challenges of Marine Corps Officer Candidate School. OCS trains, screens and evaluates candidates, who must demonstrate a high level of leadership potential and commitment to success in order to earn a commission as an officer in the United States Marine Corps. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Bryan Nygaard/Released)
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U.S. Marine Corps officer candidates negotiate obstacles during a training exercise at the Naval Support Activity Annapolis, Maryland, April 25, 2015. The exercise was designed to prepare officer candidates from Recruiting Stations Baltimore and Frederick for the physical and mental challenges of Marine Corps Officer Candidate School. OCS trains, screens and evaluates candidates, who must demonstrate a high level of leadership potential and commitment to success in order to earn a commission as an officer in the United States Marine Corps. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Bryan Nygaard/Released)
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U.S. Marine Corps officer candidates make their way down a ravine during a training exercise at the Naval Support Activity Annapolis, Maryland, April 25, 2015. The exercise was designed to prepare officer candidates from Recruiting Stations Baltimore and Frederick for the physical and mental challenges of Marine Corps Officer Candidate School. OCS trains, screens and evaluates candidates, who must demonstrate a high level of leadership potential and commitment to success in order to earn a commission as an officer in the United States Marine Corps. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Bryan Nygaard/Released)
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U.S. Marine Corps officer candidate Sara Walker, a graduate of Saint Joseph’s University, assigns tasks to her squad during a training exercise at the Naval Support Activity Annapolis, Maryland, April 25, 2015. The exercise was designed to prepare officer candidates from Recruiting Stations Baltimore and Frederick for the physical and mental challenges of Marine Corps Officer Candidate School. OCS trains, screens and evaluates candidates, who must demonstrate a high level of leadership potential and commitment to success in order to earn a commission as an officer in the United States Marine Corps. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Bryan Nygaard/Released)
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U.S. Marine Corps Marine Corps Capt. Lisa Lawrence-Arocho, an officer selection officer for Recruiting Station Baltimore, dictates an operations order to officer candidate Sara Walker, a graduate of Saint Joseph’s University, during a training exercise at the Naval Support Activity Annapolis, Maryland, April 25, 2015. The exercise was designed to prepare officer candidates from Recruiting Stations Baltimore and Frederick for the physical and mental challenges of Marine Corps Officer Candidate School. OCS trains, screens and evaluates candidates, who must demonstrate a high level of leadership potential and commitment to success in order to earn a commission as an officer in the United States Marine Corps. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Bryan Nygaard/Released)
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U.S. Marine Corps Marine Corps officer candidates provide security while their squad leader receives instructions from Maj. Christopher Esposito, the recruiting Support Officer for Recruiting Station Baltimore, during a training exercise at the Naval Support Activity Annapolis, Maryland, April 25, 2015. The exercise was designed to prepare officer candidates from Recruiting Stations Baltimore and Frederick for the physical and mental challenges of Marine Corps Officer Candidate School. OCS trains, screens and evaluates candidates, who must demonstrate a high level of leadership potential and commitment to success in order to earn a commission as an officer in the United States Marine Corps. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Bryan Nygaard/Released)
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U.S. Marine Corps Marine Corps officer candidate David King, a freshman at the University of Maryland Baltimore College, examines his compass before beginning a class on land navigation during a training exercise at the Naval Support Activity Annapolis, Maryland, April 25, 2015. The exercise was designed to prepare officer candidates from Recruiting Stations Baltimore and Frederick for the physical and mental challenges of Marine Corps Officer Candidate School. OCS trains, screens and evaluates candidates, who must demonstrate a high level of leadership potential and commitment to success in order to earn a commission as an officer in the United States Marine Corps. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Bryan Nygaard/Released)
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U.S. Marine Corps Marine Corps officer candidate Sara Walker, a graduate of Saint Joseph’s University, negotiates the obstacle course during a training exercise at the Naval Support Activity Annapolis, Maryland, April 25, 2015. The exercise was designed to prepare officer candidates from Recruiting Stations Baltimore and Frederick for the physical and mental challenges of Marine Corps Officer Candidate School. OCS trains, screens and evaluates candidates, who must demonstrate a high level of leadership potential and commitment to success in order to earn a commission as an officer in the United States Marine Corps. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Bryan Nygaard/Released)
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U.S. Marine Corps Gunnery Sgt. Dale Barbitta, a drill instructor assigned to the United States Naval Academy, instructs officer candidates in close-order drill during a training exercise at the Naval Support Activity Annapolis, Maryland, April 25, 2015. The exercise was designed to prepare officer candidates from Recruiting Stations Baltimore and Frederick for the physical and mental challenges of Marine Corps Officer Candidate School. OCS trains, screens and evaluates candidates, who must demonstrate a high level of leadership potential and commitment to success in order to earn a commission as an officer in the United States Marine Corps. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Bryan Nygaard/Released)
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U.S. Marine Corps Gunnery Sgt. Pierre Tedtaotao, a drill instructor assigned to the United States Naval Academy, instructs an officer candidate in the manual of arms with an M16A2 service rifle during a training exercise at the Naval Support Activity Annapolis, Maryland, April 25, 2015. The exercise was designed to prepare officer candidates from Recruiting Stations Baltimore and Frederick for the physical and mental challenges of Marine Corps Officer Candidate School. OCS trains, screens and evaluates candidates, who must demonstrate a high level of leadership potential and commitment to success in order to earn a commission as an officer in the United States Marine Corps. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Bryan Nygaard/Released)
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U.S. Marine Corps Gunnery Sgt. James Baum, a drill instructor assigned to the United States Naval Academy, instructs an officer candidate in the manual of arms with an M16A2 service rifle during a training exercise at the Naval Support Activity Annapolis, Maryland, April 25, 2015. The exercise was designed to prepare officer candidates from Recruiting Stations Baltimore and Frederick for the physical and mental challenges of Marine Corps Officer Candidate School. OCS trains, screens and evaluates candidates, who must demonstrate a high level of leadership potential and commitment to success in order to earn a commission as an officer in the United States Marine Corps. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Bryan Nygaard/Released)
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