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MARINE CORPS MOUNTAIN WARFARE TRAINING CENTER BRIDGEPORT, Calif. --
Master Sgt. Aric Olson (left), operations chief, Recruiting Station
Sacramento, and Sgt. Giovanny Monobe, operations clerk, pull a Hummer H3
with encouragement from Gunnery Sgt. Michael Finley, assistant recruiter
instructor, and Sgt. Nicholas Inca, Recruiting Substation Visalia, during a
field meet here, April 3, 2015. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Staff Sgt. Jacob Harrer/Released)
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MARINE CORPS MOUNTAIN WARFARE TRAINING CENTER BRIDGEPORT, Calif. --
Marines from Recruiting Station Sacramento held a field meet and mess night
here, April 3, to build camaraderie and refocus their recruiting efforts for
the rest of the fiscal year. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Staff Sgt. Jacob Harrer/Released)
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Maj. James P. Dollard, Marine Corps Recruiting Station Orange County commanding officer, talks to participants about the importance of enthusiasm during the Semper Fidelis All-American Football Camp March 22, 2015. These Camps are the first phase of the Semper Fidelis Football Program. Open to high schools students in 9th, 10th and 11th grade, Semper Fidelis All-American Camps not only hone football skills, but also teach players about Marine Corps values both on and off the field.
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Sgt. Courtney Swinney, a Marine recruiter from Recruiting Station Orange County, observes as a National Society of Black Engineers career fair attendee participates in a Pull-up Challenge at the Marine Corps booth during the 2015 NSBE Convention March 27, 2015. Investing in a diverse and representative officer corps will help generate and sustain a future force that has cultural expertise, language skill sets and a variety of philosophies needed to meet operational requirements in the Marines. It was also an opportunity to reinforce the idea of the armed forces as viable career option within the African-American community.
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Gunnery Sgt. Shannon Umana, a Marine recruiter with Recruiting Station Orange County’s Officer Selection team, talks to a National Society of Black Engineers career fair participant about the opportunities available in the Marine Corps during the 2015 NSBE Convention March 27, 2015. Investing in a diverse and representative officer corps will help generate and sustain a future force that has cultural expertise, language skill sets and a variety of philosophies needed to meet operational requirements in the Marines. It was also an opportunity to reinforce the idea of the armed forces as viable career option within the African-American community.
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Approximately 120 athletes participate in drills during the Semper Fidelis All-American Football Camp March 22, 2015. These Camps are the first phase of the Semper Fidelis Football Program. Open to high schools students in 9th, 10th and 11th grade, Semper Fidelis All-American Camps not only hone football skills, but also teach players about Marine Corps values both on and off the field.
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Marines with Recruiting Station Twin Cities lay down suppressing fire during an overnight team-building event, consisting of paintball battles, cooking out, and sleeping under the stars, March 31. During the paintball battles, the Marines played capture the flag, last man standing, and tactical search-and-destroy simulations.
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Marines take coaches through the coaches’ workout during the 2015 Women’s Basketball Coaches Association at the Tampa Convention Center, Tampa, Fla., April 5, 2015. The workout showed coaches the similarities between the Marine Corps and basketball such as team work, leadership and decision making.
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Sgt. Courtney Swinney, a Marine recruiter from Recruiting Station Orange County, observes as a National Society of Black Engineers career fair attendee participates in a Pull-up Challenge at the Marine Corps booth during the 2015 NSBE Convention March 27, 2015. Investing in a diverse and representative officer corps will help generate and sustain a future force that has cultural expertise, language skill sets and a variety of philosophies needed to meet operational requirements in the Marines. It was also an opportunity to reinforce the idea of the armed forces as viable career option within the African-American community.
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United States Marine Sergeant Tasheena M. Aguilera, administrative non-commissioned officer for the Summer Leadership and Character Development Academy, was promoted to her current rank at Marine Corps Recruiting Command, April 6. Sergeant Quincy Nelson (left), and Staff Sgt. Brian Gardner (right), Marines who have previously worked with Aguilera, did the honor of pinning on her chevrons during the promotion ceremony.
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Lloyd, left, and Bill Rupp are honored as the USO Service Members of the game during a St. Louis Blues hockey game March 30 at Scott Trade Center in St. Louis. The twin brothers enlisted in 1942 into the Marine Corps and served throughout the Pacific. Lloyd was a rear gunner on a Douglas SBD dauntless dive bomber and Bill was an anti-aircraft gunner. Both served four years in the Marine Corps during WWII and settled back in St. Louis. SSgt. Derek Krause, right, is the Pool Program Specialist and Sgt. Cody Tubbs is the Operations Clerk for Recruiting Station St. Louis.
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(From left to right) Sergeants Timothy Clark, Clarence
Vanzandt, Colton Terrell and Timothy Eddins present the colors during the
Greater Dallas Military Ball. The Greater Dallas Military Foundation has
this event each year with a different service as its host. Clark, Terrell
and Eddins are all recruiters with Recruiting Station Dallas and Vanzandt is
the RS Dallas Color Sergeant.
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Emory, Texas -- Georgia R. France, a graduate of Rains HIgh School, inEmory, Texas, poses with Staff Sgt. Matthew Albright and Krista France, after being notified that France was selected to receive the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps Scholarship. Each year, the United States Marine Corps selects students across the country based on their character, academic excellence, physical fitness and leadership as applicants for the NROTC. Albright is a recruiter with Recruiting Substation Garland, Recruiting Station Dallas and Krista is Georgia's mother.
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Recruiting Substation Aurora puts their Marine-applicant’s endurance to the test with a pack run through rugged terrain during an all-hands event, March 14. The applicants are a part of the Marine Corps’ Delayed Entry Program and are currently scheduled and preparing to ship to recruit training.
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A Marine encourages a participant during the 5th Annual Sgt. Josh Desforges Fitness Challenge at Ludlow High School, on March 12. The challenge is used as a means to raise money for a scholarship/award fund in Josh’s name. Last year, 20 Ludlow High School students were awarded $1,000. (Official Marine Corps photo by Staff Sgt. Richard Blumenstein).
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Lt. Col. Christopher Shaw, legal advisor to the secretary of the navy, speaks with a National Black Law Student Association member during the NBLSA convention here, today. NBLSA is a national organization formed to articulate and promote the needs and goals of minority law students.
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