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U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Maj. Mark A. Byrd Sr., a Pontiac, Mich., native and the sergeant major of Marine Corps Base Quantico, speaks about his enlistment and the things to come in order to guide the future members of the armed services who were being recognized for their commitment to enlist directly out of high school at the Our Community Salutes’ Northern Virginia Chapter recognition ceremony at George Mason University in Fairfax, Va., May 29, 2014. Our Community Salutes’ Northern Virginia Chapter is an all-volunteer organization that recognizes young men and women who have chosen to join the military immediately following high school graduation. Our Community Salutes started in New Jersey in 2009 and has since spread throughout the country. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Amber Williams/Released)
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U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Maj. Mark A. Byrd Sr., a Pontiac, Mich., native and the sergeant major of Marine Corps Base Quantico, shakes hands with future Marine recruit Nina Garrido, an Ashburn, Va. native, recognizing her commitment to enlist directly out of high school at the Our Community Salutes Northern Virginia Chapter recognition ceremony at George Mason University in Fairfax, Va., May 29, 2014. Our Community Salutes Northern Virginia Chapter is an all-volunteer organization that recognizes young men and women who have chosen to join the military immediately following high school graduation. Our Community Salutes started in New Jersey in 2009 and has since spread throughout the country. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Amber Williams/Released)
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Members of Marine Corps Band Quantico perform with students from Elyria High School May 17, 2014. The band was in the Cleveland area after performing at the Cleveland International Tattoo and took an opportunity to visit local high schools to perform with them, offer advice and answer any questions about the life and experiences of a member in a Marine Corps band. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. T.M. Stewman/Released)
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Members of Marine Corps Band Quantico perform with students from Elyria High School May 17, 2014. The band was in the Cleveland area after performing at the Cleveland International Tattoo and took an opportunity to visit local high schools to perform with them, offer advice and answer any questions about the life and experiences of a member in a Marine Corps band. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. T.M. Stewman/Released)
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Joseph Hupp, an Ashland, Ky. native and Boyd County High School senior, poses for a photo with U.S. Marine Corps Capt. Eric Albright, the Recruiting Station Charleston Executive Officer, during the high school’s awards night May 29, 2014. During the ceremony, Hupp was presented a $150,000 Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps Marine Option Scholarship. The scholarship will cover the cost of tuition and will pay for some of his books, as well as providing a small living stipend. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Tyler Hlavac/Released)
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U.S. Marine Corps Capt. Eric Albright, the executive officer of Recruiting Station Charleston, speaks during Boyd County High School’s awards night Ashland, Ky., May 29, 2014. Albright presented senior Joseph Hupp with a $150,000 Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps Marine Option Scholarship. The scholarship will cover the cost of tuition, pay for some of his books, and provide a small living stipend. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Tyler Hlavac/Released)
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U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Dennis Catrett, a Fredericksburg, Va. native and a recruiter with Recruiting Station Frederick, presents Steven Moss, an offensive guard for Chancellor High School’s football team and a Semper Fi All-American Bowl competitor, with a certificate to recognize his participation in the bowl game during senior awards at the high school May 23, 2014. Joseph Lunsford, the assistant coach for Chancellor High School Football, was also able to join Moss for the presentation. The SFAAB honored selected players who demonstrated the Marine Corps’ commitment to developing quality citizens, and reinforced our core values of honor, courage, and commitment, on and off the field.   Like the Marine Corps, the Semper Fidelis Football Program demanded quality of character, excellence in education, and proven physical fitness. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Capt. Herman Davis/Released)
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U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Dennis Catrett, a Fredericksburg, Va. native and a recruiter with Recruiting Station Frederick, presents Steven Moss, an offensive guard for Chancellor High School’s football team and a Semper Fi All-American Bowl competitor, with a certificate to recognize his participation in the bowl game during senior awards at the high school May 23, 2014. The SFAAB honored selected players who demonstrated the Marine Corps’ commitment to developing quality citizens, and reinforced our core values of honor, courage, and commitment, on and off the field.   Like the Marine Corps, the Semper Fidelis Football Program demanded quality of character, excellence in education, and proven physical fitness. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Capt. Herman Davis/Released)
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U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Ivey Brooks, a recruiter with Recruiting Sub-Station Durham, Marine Corps Recruiting Station Raleigh, and Durham, N.C., native, presents Trevion Thompson, a wide receiver for the Hillside High School football team, with a certificate for his participation in the Semper-Fi All-American Bowl during the Hillside High School 65th Annual Awards Ceremony at Hillside High School in Durham, N.C., May 22, 2014. Thompson was selected to play in the SFAAB for his skill as a wide receiver, his academics and his leadership ability. The SFAAB honored selected players who demonstrated the Marine Corps’ commitment to developing quality citizens, and reinforced our core values of honor, courage, and commitment, on and off the field.   Like the Marine Corps, the Semper Fidelis Football Program demanded quality of character, excellence in education, and proven physical fitness (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Dwight A. Henderson/Released)
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U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Ivey Brooks, a recruiter with Recruiting Sub-Station Durham, Marine Corps Recruiting Station Raleigh, and Durham, N.C., native, poses for a picture with Trevion Thompson, a wide receiver for the Hillside High School football team, after presenting Thompson with a certificate for his participation in the Semper-Fi All-American Bowl during the Hillside High School 65th Annual Awards Ceremony at Hillside High School in Durham, N.C., May 22, 2014. Thompson was selected to play in the SFAAB for his skill as a wide receiver, his academics and his leadership ability. The SFAAB honored selected players who demonstrated the Marine Corps’ commitment to developing quality citizens, and reinforced our core values of honor, courage, and commitment, on and off the field.   Like the Marine Corps, the Semper Fidelis Football Program demanded quality of character, excellence in education, and proven physical fitness (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Dwight A. Henderson/Released)
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Robin Hutton, founder of the Sgt. Reckless Memorial Fund and the major fundraiser behind the Semper Fidelis Memorial Park’s new statue of Korean War hero Staff Sgt. Reckless, U.S. Marine Corps Gen. James F. Amos, commandant of the Marine Corps, and Jocelyn Russell, the artist who created the statue, stand at attention during the statue’s, unveiling ceremony at the National Museum of the Marine Corps in Triangle, Va., July 26, 2013. Reckless was used during the Korean War to carry ammunition and other supplies to Marines in remote firing positions that were inaccessible to motorized vehicles. (Courtesy Photo by Mike DiCicco/Released)
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U.S. Marine Corps Staff Sgt. Reckless prepares to go to Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton after serving in the Korean War with the 5th Marine Regiment. Reckless was purchased to help move supplies and ammunition to firing points in the rough terrain of the peninsula during combat operations. During the 140th Kentucky Derby, Reckless sponsored the Eight Belles race in an effort to increase awareness about the Korean War. (Courtesy Photo)
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Marines and future Marine Corps recruits with Marine Corps Recruiting Station Detroit pose for a group photo after participating in the station's all-hands pool function May 3, 2014. The pool function was designed to allow the future recruits to build camaraderie and prepare to leave for recruit training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, S.C. After competing in multiple events, Recruiting Sub-Station Mount Clemens came out on top and took home the trophy. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Elyssa Quesada/Released)
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U.S. Marine Corps Staff Sgt. Joshua Gardner, the staff non-commissioned officer of Recruiting Sub-Station Glen Burnie, Marine Corps Recruiting Station Baltimore, and a native of Norfolk, Va., right, stands with the first Marine he recruited while on recruiting duty, Lance Cpl. Carly Jones, a flight control systems technician with Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 39, Marine Aircraft Group 36, 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing, and a native of El Paso, Texas, at the Iwo Jima Memorial in Arlington, Va., May 5, 2014. Gardner, along with two other recruiters, reenlisted in the Marine Corps for another four years. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Bryan Nygaard/Released)
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Members of Marine Corps Recruiting Station Baltimore’s command group participate in a tug-of-war match during RS Baltimore’s annual statewide pool function at Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Md., April 26, 2014. The purpose of the statewide pool function is to build camaraderie among the members of the delayed entry program while physically and mentally preparing them for recruit training. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Kyle Welshans/Released)
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Cory Kirby, a member of Marine Corps Recruiting Station Baltimore’s delayed entry program, and a native of Odenton, Md., participates in a tug-of-war match during RS Baltimore’s annual statewide pool Function at Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Md., April 26, 2014. The purpose of the statewide pool function is to build camaraderie among the members of the delayed entry program while physically and mentally preparing them for recruit training. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Bryan Nygaard/Released)
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