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MARINE CORPS BASE CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. – Second Lt. Colleen Brown, a California State University of Long Beach graduate, explains the M16-A4 service rifle to United States Marine Corps officer candidates from Orange County, Los Angeles and San Diego during Officer Candidate School Prep aboard the installation April 11. Candidates spent three days on Pendleton participating in hikes, classes and obstacle courses. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Vanessa Jimenez)
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MARINE CORPS BASE CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. – United States Marine Corps officer candidates from Orange County, Los Angeles and San Diego complete an obstacle course during Officer Candidate School Prep aboard the installation April 11. OCS Prep is a three-day event modeled to help candidates prepare for the mental and physical challenges of OCS. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Vanessa Jimenez)
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MARINE CORPS BASE CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. – United States Marine Corps officer candidates from Marine Corps Recruiting Stations Orange County, Los Angeles and San Diego participate in a land navigation class exercise during Officer Candidate School Prep aboard the installation April 11. OCS Prep is a three-day event modeled to help candidates prepare for the mental and physical challenges of OCS. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Vanessa Jimenez)
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MARINE CORPS BASE CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. – United States Marine Corps officer candidates from Orange County, Los Angeles and San Diego complete an obstacle course during Officer Candidate School Prep aboard the installation April 11. OCS Prep is a three-day event modeled to help candidates prepare for the mental and physical challenges of OCS. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Vanessa Jimenez)
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DALLAS, Texas - Maj. Charles D. Nicol presents Kenneth Robinson with his
Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps Scholarship check during the Kimball
High School JROTC awards ceremony. Selected applicants for the NROTC
Scholarship Program are awarded scholarships through a highly competitive
national selection process, and receive full tuition, books stipend,
educational fees and other financial benefits at many of the country's
leading colleges and universities. Nicol is the commanding officer of
Recruiting Station Dallas, 8th Marine Corps District. Robinson is the cadet
battalion commander for his school's JROTC program. (U.S. Marine Corps photo
by Sgt. Daniel E. Valle)
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Maj. John F. Campbell, commanding officer of Marine Corps Recruiting Station New Jersey, talks to the Toms River High School South female lacrosse team about the Marine Corps leadership traits and principles during a leadership seminar, April 7, 2015.
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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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