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Sergeant Maj. Michael A. Logan receives his certificate of retirement during a ceremony at the Clubs of Quantico on Jan. 23, after serving on active duty for more than 30 years. Sergeant Maj. Logan was replaced by Sgt. Maj. Samuel Heyward Jr. as the Sergeant Major of Marine Corps Recruiting Command.
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Sergeant Major Samuel Heyward Jr.
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Jack Cadigan, center with plaque, stands with Antoine Walker, Capt. Zachary Johnson, Sgt. Keily Warren, and Stephen Cannella after receiving the Sports Illustrated High School Athlete of the Month award during half time of a varsity basketball game, Jan. 20. Cadigan's father, a cardiologist, found that Jack had a threatening heart abnormality when they were volunteering at a clinic St. Tock, Haiti last August. and Jack underwent surgery upon return to the U.S. Later, Jack heard of a Haitian orphan who had the same heart condition and, after many obstacles, brought her to the States for a life-saving operation. Cadigan is a Medfield High School senior and varsity basketball player. Walker is a former Boston Celtics basketball player. Johnson is the executive officer of Recruiting Station Portsmouth, N.H.; Warren is a canvassing recruiter for Recruiting Substation Framingham. Cannella is an assistant managing editor for Sports Illustrated.
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Maj. Gen. Mark Brilakis speaks to Mary Sanders about her future in the Marines as a Marine Corps officer during a surprise visit to the University of Alabama Tuesday, Jan. 20, 2015. Brilakis, the commanding general of Marine Corps Recruiting Command, recognized Sanders for her decision to serve her country as a Marine Officer and her commitment to excellence in the gym and classroom.
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Arizona Marines from Marine Corps Recruiting Station Phoenix present the colors during the singing of the National Anthem before the start of the P.F. Changs Rock 'n' Roll Arizona Half Marathon in Tempe, Ariz. Jan. 18, 2015. More than 12,000 participants turned out for the annual run. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Tyler J. Bolken)
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Michelle Matthews, at 17-year-old native of Kingwood, Texas, and student at Kingwood High School, sits in shock after Marine Staff Sgt. Jesse Beaubrun and Sgt. Mina Mechreki with Recruiting Station Houston gave her the surprise of her life. Beaubrun and Mechreki came to her home New Year’s Eve to congratulate her on being accepted to receive the Marine Corps NROTC Scholarship.  Matthews will receive a check for $150,000 to go toward attaining her degree in civil engineering. Michelle said she feels blessed and is excited to begin her life-long dream of becoming a United States Marine. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Sgt. Gabrielle Bustos)
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Staff Sgt. Ben Shoemaker (left), Sgt. Ricardo Schebesta and Staff Sgt. Bryson Twigg, Marine recruiters who helped stop a Jan. 6 robbery in Lynnwood, Washington, joke together while being prepared for a remote interview from Seattle on Fox News’ “Fox & Friends” morning show Jan. 14, 2015. After hearing shouting and honking outside their office, the three Marines responded to a situation in which two young men attempted to rob a middle-aged woman. Despite being told by the victim the suspects were armed with a gun, the Marines ran through rush-hour traffic to pursue them. Shoemaker subdued one of the suspects using a wrist lock, a technique taught in the Marine Corps Martial Arts Program, and held the suspect until police arrived to arrest him. Schebesta is from Anaheim, California. Shoemaker is from Spokane, Washington. Twigg is from Akron, Ohio. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Reece Lodder)
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LYNWOOD, Wa.-- Sgt. Ricardo Schebesta (left) and Staff Sgt. Bryson Twigg, Marine recruiters in Lynnwood and Everett, Washington, process paperwork and call potential applicants in their Lynnwood recruiting office Jan. 7, 2015. After hearing shouting and honking outside their office Jan. 6, Schebesta, Twigg and Staff Sgt. Ben Shoemaker responded to a situation in which two young men attempted to rob an elderly woman. Despite being told by the victim the suspects were armed with a gun, the Marines ran through rush-hour traffic to pursue them. Shoemaker subdued one of the suspects using a wrist lock, a technique taught in the Marine Corps Martial Arts Program, and held the suspect until police arrived to arrest him. Police retrieved a metal bat from the suspect’s pants but have not yet located his accomplice. Schebesta is from Anaheim, California. Shoemaker is from Spokane, Washington. Twigg is from Akron, Ohio. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Reece Lodder)
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LYNWOOD, Wa. -- Sgt. Ricardo Schebesta (left), Staff Sgt. Bryson Twigg and Staff Sgt. Ben Shoemaker, Marine recruiters in Lynnwood and Everett, Washington, responded to a situation Jan. 6, 2015, in which two young men attempted to rob an elderly woman outside their Lynnwood recruiting office. Despite being told by the victim the suspects were armed with a gun, the Marines ran through rush-hour traffic to pursue them. Shoemaker subdued one of the suspects using a wrist lock, a technique taught in the Marine Corps Martial Arts Program, and held the suspect until police arrived to arrest him. Police retrieved a metal bat from the suspect’s pants but have not yet located his accomplice. Schebesta is from Anaheim, California. Shoemaker is from Spokane, Washington. Twigg is from Akron, Ohio. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Reece Lodder)
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LYNWOOD, Wa. -- Sgt. Ricardo Schebesta, a Marine recruiter in Lynnwood, Washington, speaks on camera with KING 5 News reporter Eric Wilkinson Jan. 7, 2015, about his role in preventing a robbery outside the office Jan. 6. After hearing shouting and honking outside their office, Schebesta and Staff Sgts. Ben Shoemaker and Bryson Twigg responded to a situation in which two young men attempted to rob an elderly woman. Despite being told by the victim the suspects were armed with a gun, the Marines ran through rush-hour traffic to pursue them. Shoemaker subdued one of the suspects using a wrist lock, a technique taught in the Marine Corps Martial Arts Program, and held the suspect until police arrived to arrest him. Police retrieved a metal bat from the suspect’s pants but have not yet located his accomplice. Schebesta is from Anaheim, California. Shoemaker is from Spokane, Washington. Twigg is from Akron, Ohio. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Reece Lodder)
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Sgt. Maj. Michael A. Logan, Sergeant Major,  Marine Corps Recruiting Command, talks with Marines from Recruiting Station Salt Lake City Jan. 6, 2015. Leadership from MCRC visited RS SLC to assist in training. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Daniel Wetzel)
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CARSON, Calif.,- Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl Team West quarterback Brian Lewerke, a Phoenix, Ariz., native, throws a pass Jan. 4, 2015, at The StubHub Center. The bowl brings selected players like Lewerke, a Pinnacle High School student committed to playing at Michigan State, together with Marines and football coaches to develop skills not only important to football, but throughout life, such as leadership, self-confidence and teamwork. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Erik S. Brooks Jr.)
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CARSON, Calif.,- Melissa Chan, Clarinet Section Leader, Colony High School Marching Band, speaks with fellow musician before winning the Battle of the Bands at the 2015 Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl. The bowl honors players who demonstrate the Marine Corps' commitment to developing quality citizens and reinforces core values of honor, courage and commitment on and off the field.
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CARSON, Calif., - Sergeant Ivan Colina, a drill instructor from Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, S.C., speaks with the players of Team East before the Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl Jan. 4, 2015, at The StubHub Center. Colina spent a week with the Team East helping preparing, motivating and teaching Marine Corps values to the players. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Erik S. Brooks Jr.)
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CARSON, Calif.,- Maj. Gen. Mark A. Brilakis, commanding general of Marine Corps Recruiting Command, prepares to perform the coin toss before the Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl Jan. 4, 2015, at The StubHub Center. The Semper Fidelis All-American bowl brings together approximately 100 student-athletes from across the country who have demonstrated success both on and off the field. The bowl brings the selected players together with U.S. Marines and professional and college football coaches to develop skills not only important to football, but throughout life, such as leadership, self-confidence and teamwork. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Erik S. Brooks Jr.)
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Julio Gonzalez, a city engineer in Carson, Calif., receives a challenge coin from Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps Micheal Barrett during the Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl at the Stubhub Center in Carson, Calif., Jan. 4, 2014. The Marines worked with the student-athletes for a week leading up to the bowl, teaching them intangible qualities such as honor, courage and commitment.
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