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Chillicothe High School head football coach Ron Hinton, left, stands with U.S. Marine Corps Staff Sergeants Zachary Corbin, middle, and James Hopper, with Recruiting Sub-Station Circleville prior to being awarded the 2017 Semper Fi Coach's award Feb. 7, 2017, during halftime of the Chillicothe Cavaliers boys' varsity basketball game. The Semper Fi Coach Award recognizes a high school football coach who exemplifies the Marine Corps motto: Semper Fidelis – always faithful. It is earned by a coach who models the Marine Corps leadership values of honor, courage, and commitment. Hinton is the only coach to receive the award from Marine Corps Recruiting Station Charleston, which covers much of Tennessee, West Virginia, Virginia, Ohio and Kentucky.  (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Caitlin Brink/Released)
Chillicothe High School head football coach Ron Hinton was awarded the 2017 Semper Fi Coach's award by U.S. Marines with Recruiting Sub-Station Circleville Feb. 7, 2017, during halftime of the Chillicothe Cavaliers boys' varsity basketball game. The Semper Fi Coach Award recognizes a high school football coach who exemplifies the Marine Corps motto: Semper Fidelis – always faithful. It is earned by a coach who models the Marine Corps leadership values of honor, courage, and commitment. Hinton is the only coach to receive the award from Marine Corps Recruiting Station Charleston, which covers much of Tennessee, West Virginia, Virginia, Ohio and Kentucky.  (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Caitlin Brink/Released)
Chillicothe High School head football coach Ron Hinton was awarded the 2017 Semper Fi Coach's award by U.S. Marines with Recruiting Sub-Station Circleville Feb. 7, 2017, during halftime of the Chillicothe Cavaliers boys' varsity basketball game. The Semper Fi Coach Award recognizes a high school football coach who exemplifies the Marine Corps motto: Semper Fidelis – always faithful. It is earned by a coach who models the Marine Corps leadership values of honor, courage, and commitment. Hinton is the only coach to receive the award from Marine Corps Recruiting Station Charleston, which covers much of Tennessee, West Virginia, Virginia, Ohio and Kentucky.  (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Caitlin Brink/Released)
U.S. Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Jeremy Fredrichsdorf (left) receives the Commandant of the Marine Corps Trophy from Brig. Gen. Thomas A. Gorry, Commandant of the Dwight D. Eisenhower School for National Security and Resource Strategy, Nov. 19, 2016, at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Fredrichsdorf performed as the top candidate out of a class of more than 200 at the U.S. Marine Corps Officer Candidate School based on evaluations on academic performance, physical fitness and leadership.  (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Antonio J. Rubio/Released)
U.S. Marine Corps Maj. Andrew E. Terrell addresses the poolees of Marine Corps Recruiting Station Detroit during the recruiting station’s all-hands female pool function on December 10, 2016, in Troy, Michigan. The purpose of the pool function was to help prepare the poolees both physically and mentally for the challenges of recruit training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, South Carolina. Terrell is the commanding officer of RS Detroit. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. J. R. Heins/ Released)
U.S. Marine Corps Poolee Maelym R. Russo conducts a max effort sprint on an Assault Air Bike during a Marine Corps Recruiting Station Detroit’s all-hands female pool function December 10, 2016, in Troy, Michigan. Russo a native of Rockwood, Michigan,  was recruited out of Recruiting Sub-Station Wyandotte’s office and is scheduled to attend Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, South Carolina, in April 2017. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. J. R. Heins/ Released)
U.S. Marine Corps Poolee Maelym R. Russo performs push presses during a Marine Corps Recruiting Station Detroit’s all-hands female pool function December 10, 2016, in Troy, Michigan. Russo a native of Rockwood, Michigan, was recruited out of Recruiting Sub Station Wyandotte’s office and is slated to attend Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, South Carolina, in April 2017. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. J. R. Heins/ Released)
U.S. Marine Corps poolees ask questions about physical fitness to Staff Sgt. Jennifer Landry during Marine Corps Recruiting Station Detroit’s all-hands female pool function December 10, 2016, in Troy, Michigan. The purpose of the pool function was to help prepare the poolees both physically and mentally for the challenges of recruit training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, South Carolina. During the function there was a question and answer period where the ladies were able to ask female Marines question about daily life aboard the depot. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. J. R. Heins/ Released)
Pictured above is the 4th Marine Corps District Fiscal Year 2016 Prior Service Recruiter of the Year award winner, Staff Sgt. Scott L. Kupres, of Prior Service Recruiting Station 4, Permanent Contact Station Quantico, 4th Marine Corps District. He distinguished himself by going above and beyond his mission completing 161% of his requirements and surpassed his monthly mission of 3.25 joins per month by achieving 5.25 joins per month. This resulted in 63 prior service Marines joining the Marine Corps Reserve, while his mission was only 39. Kupres, from Oak Lawn, Illinois, is an aircraft communications, navigation, radar and systems technician for the F/A-18a. (Courtesy Photo)
U.S. Marine Corps Pfc. Anne E. Lyman, a native of Traverse City, Michigan and recent Company honor graduate of Oscar Company, 4th Recruit Training Battalion, poses for a photo on Oct. 19, 2016 at Recruiting Substation Cadillac. Lyman is expected to report to Marine Combat Training in November where she will master basic infantry tactics to maintain combat readiness.  (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Immanuel M. Johnson/Released)
Marines with Marine Corps Recruiting Station Baltimore, Marine Corps Recruiting Command, attend a fundraiser for the Gold Star Family Memorial in Annapolis, Maryland, September 8. Medal of Honor recipient Hershel “Woody” Williams and other Marine Corps veterans showed support to the Gold Star families and future production of the Gold Star Family Memorial to be created and placed in Annapolis. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Devin Nichols)
Marines interact with college athletes, coaches, and educators at the 2016 Nation’s Football Classic in Washington D.C., September 16 to 17. The Nation’s Football Classic is an event that celebrates the passion and tradition of Historic Black Colleges and Universities and honors the heritage and excellence of their two most prominent universities – Hampton and Howard.  (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Devin Nichols)
Connor Anteau holds up pictures of his dramatic weight loss transformation after giving his oath of service August 25, 2016 in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Antea is a Gibraltar, Michigan native who lost nearly 60 pounds to join the United States Marine Corps. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. J. R. Heins/ Released)
U.S. Marine Staff Sgt. Nicholas Safran teaches future Marines about the contents of a Meal-Ready-To-Eat at Sugarloaf Mountain in Urbana, Maryland, Aug. 20. Each future Marine had a bag that contained one MRE, two bottles of water, and one sports drink to get them through a 3.31-mile hike. Safran is the staff noncommissioned officer in charge of Recruiting Sub-station Rockville, Recruiting Station Frederick. (Official U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Sgt. Anthony J. Kirby/Released)
U.S. Marine Recruiting Sub-station Rockville recruiters took their future Marines on a hike Aug. 20 at Sugarloaf Mountain in Urbana, Maryland. The hike was 3.31 miles long in about 85-degree weather, going up and down hills at an elevation of 1,000 ft. RSS Rockville is part of Recruiting Station Frederick. (Official U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Sgt. Anthony J. Kirby/Released)
Brian Copa, right, is promoted by U.S. Marine Staff Sgt. Nicholas Safran, left, to the rank of private first class Aug. 20 at Sugarloaf Mountain in Urbana, Maryland, for his efforts in aiding the recruiting mission. Brian Copa is from Silver Spring, Maryland, and Safran is the staff noncommissioned officer in charge of Recruiting Sub-station Rockville, Recruiting Station Frederick. (Official U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Sgt. Anthony J. Kirby/Released)
U.S. Marine applicants in the Delayed Entry Program observe the contents of their Meal-Ready-To-Eat during a break from a hike Aug. 20 at Sugarloaf Mountain in Urbana, Maryland. The applicants, from Recruiting Sub-station Rockville, Recruiting Station Frederick, were also given two bottles of water and a sports drink to get through the 3.31-mile hike. (Official U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Sgt. Anthony J. Kirby/Released)
Sgt. Maj. Jonathan W. Clark receives the noncommissioned officer sword from Maj. Richard P. Neikirk, commanding officer of Recruiting Station Raleigh, during a relief and appointment ceremony June 30 at the North Carolina State University Memorial Bell Tower, NC. The passing of the sword signifies the transfer of sacred trust from one sergeant major to the other. Clark relieved Sgt. Maj. Jim E. Lanham who is to report to Okinawa, Japan, as the 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit sergeant major. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Antonio J. Rubio/Released)
Sgt. Maj. Jonathan W. Clark and Maj. Richard P. Neikirk, commanding officer of Recruiting Station Raleigh, salute colors during the conclusion of a relief and appointment ceremony June 30 at the North Carolina State University Memorial Bell Tower, NC. Clark relieved Sgt. Maj. Jim E. Lanham who is to report to Okinawa, Japan, as the 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit sergeant major. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Antonio J. Rubio/Released)
Sgt. Maj. Jim E. Lanham relinquished his post at Marine Corps Recruiting Station Raleigh to Sgt. Maj. Jonathan W. Clark during a relief and appointment ceremony June 30 at the North Carolina State University Memorial Bell Tower. Lanham is to report to Okinawa, Japan, as the 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit sergeant major.(U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Antonio J. Rubio/Released)