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Maj. Shanelle Porter gives a speech during the Black Student Union Heritage Ball at the University of Illinois Chicago, Feb. 12. Porter is the commanding officer of Recruiting Station Chicago. She was chosen to be the guest of honor because of her illustrious past, and her promising future. During her speech, she advocated doing away with being “the first black person” to do something, because it’ll soon all be done. “I believe that if we all are willing to scale a jungle gym and not a ladder, have the will, the audacity and the courage to lead, and believe that when you arrive, you are supposed to be there, we will be great leaders and we will be excellent,” said Porter, who is the first black woman in Marine Corps history to command a recruiting station. “This is how we will move closer to there being no more firsts to achieve.”
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D.C (February 6, 2015) -- Major Gen. Mark Brilakis, commanding general, Maring Corps Recruiting Command (MCRC), speaks with a Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps (JROTC) cadet during the Black Engineer of the Year Awards (BEYA) youth mentorship seminar here, Feb. 6. Fourteen Marine General officers helped provide mentorship and guidance for more than 400 students high school students in attendance.
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Sgt. Sergio Castro poses with four of his poolees from Ferris High School in Jersey City, New Jersey, Jan. 21. Poolees are men and women that have decided to take the oath to become an Untied States Marine but that have yet to attend Marine Corps Recruit Training and earn the title of ‘Marine.’ Castro is a canvassing recruiter with Marine Corps Recruiting Substation Elizabeth and is responsible for finding young men and women interested in serving their country.
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BARROW, Alaska – Sergeant Oscar Garcia, a Marine recruiter for Fairbanks, Alaska, stands by two Bowhead Whale Skulls and the “Welcome to Barrow” sign, written in native Inupiaq, a local language spoken by the Inupiat people who live in this arctic tundra, at the top of the world. Garcia is one of the few Marines on recruiting duty in Alaska, the largest state in the United States with an area of 663,268 square miles. One of only six Marine recruiters in Alaska, Garcia often travels to Barrow in recruiting efforts tasked with recruiting intelligent, qualified applicants in the least populated and largest recruiting area of operations – a testament to the diversity of the Marine Corps’ mission and the vastness of its duties.  (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Capt Sean Smith-Kearon)
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Sherry Yetter is Marine Corps Recruiting Command’s sexual assault response coordinator.  Yetter is MCRC’s first full-time civilian SARC since the command created this billet in late 2014. She oversees all eight civilian SARCs who belong to MCRC. Her efforts directly support MCRC’s leaders’ determination to enhance sexual assault prevention through effective training and education.
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MARINE CORPS BASE QUANTICO, Va. - Colonel Robert G. Golden III, chief of staff, Marine Corps Recruiting Command, passes to Sgt. Joe Randall Jr. (not pictured) for a first down during MCRC Bowl II here, Jan. 30. Golden was team captain and dominated the field as quarterback against the opposing team, captained by Maj. Gen. Mark A. Brilakis, commanding general, MCRC. Golden led his team to victory in overtime, with a final score of 22-21 after a two point conversion. The chief of staff's team has been victorious in the first two MCRC Bowls.
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Gunnery Sgt. Orlando Torres, prior service recruiter, Recruiting Station Milwaukee, was awarded the Navy Acommendation Medal for being named the Prior Service Recruiter of the Year for FY14 on Jan. 29 at the Clubs at Quantico during the Combined Awards Ceremony. Gunnery Sgt. Torres was also meritoriously promoted from the rank of staff sergeant to gunnery sergeant that day.
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Sergeant Major, Recruiting Station Los Angeles
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SAN DIEGO -  Sgt. Tyler Van Dam, a saxophonist and a Moore Park, Calif., native, performs at Point Loma High School Jan. 27 in San Diego during a
Marine Band San Diego jazz combo high school tour Jan. 26 through 30. The musical combo is touring high schools throughout Marne Corps Recruiting
Station San Diego's area of operation and teaching students about Marine Corps musician enlistment opportunities. Each performance lasts
approximately two hours and encompasses a variety of song styles including original pieces by the musicians.(U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Kirsop/Released)
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SAN DIEGO - Sgt. Tyler Van Dam, a saxophonist and a Moore Park, Calif., native, performs at Point Loma High School Jan. 27 in San Diego during a Marine Band San Diego jazz combo high school tour Jan. 26 through 30. The musical combo is touring high schools throughout Marne Corps Recruiting Station San Diego’s area of operation and teaching students about Marine Corps musician enlistment opportunities. Each performance lasts approximately two hours and encompasses a variety of song styles including original pieces by the musicians. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Erica Kirsop/Released)
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Marine Staff Sgt. Chase A. Sims, staff noncommissioned officer in charge, Recruiting Sub Station Arlington, stretches with (from left to right) Vic Beasley, defensive end, Clemson University, Ameer Abdullah, running back, University of Nebraska, and Dante Fowler Jr, defensive end, University of Florida during the 2015 Quicken Loans All-Star Football Challenge held at AT&T Stadium. The College Football All-Star Football Challenge is a made-for-television competition that is shown on ESPN. The event features senior and junior class college football players competing in a number of skills contests, including throwing for distance, throwing for accuracy, shuttle runs, and powerlifting. (Offical U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Alfredo V. Ferrer)
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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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