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GREAT LAKES, Ill. - Staff Sgt. Annemarie E. Baker poses for a photo in the gym where she trained to win her first bodybuilding competition. Baker, a 14-year Marine and mother, attributed her decision to compete to her military career.
ROCKFORD, Ill. - Staff Sgt. Annemarie E. Baker strikes a pose in the women’s physique competition during the 2016 National Physique Committee Gran Prix Natural competition in Rockford, Ill., May 14, 2016. Women like Baker have proven bodybuilding competitions no longer belong to men as more women, and especially mothers, have started competing.
Commanding Officer of Recruiting Station San Diego, Major Jared Reddinger
Sergeant Major of Recruiting Station San Diego, Sgt. Maj. Carlos Murcia.
Sergeant Major of the 12th Marine Corps District
Recruiting Station New York Marines and Poolees volunteer to assist Habitat for Humanity, a non-profit organization that repairs and builds homes for the less fortunate, in repairing a two-story home on Coney Island in Brooklyn, NY, that was damaged during Hurricane Sandy in 2013.
From left to right, U.S. Marine Corps Captain Brett J. Warming, the executive officer of Marine Corps Recruiting Station Raleigh, North Carolina, Madelyn M. Hamby and Madison N. Hamby, West Wilkes High School students, and Sgt. John F. Sanderson, a recruiter with Recruiting Station Raleigh, pose for a photo following an awards ceremony at West Wilkes High School in Wilkesboro, North Carolina, May 19, 2016. Madison and Madelyn received the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps scholarship for their athleticism, academics and leadership capabilities. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Dwight A. Henderson/Released)
From left to right, U.S. Marine Corps Captain Brett J. Warming, the executive officer of Marine Corps Recruiting Station Raleigh, North Carolina, Madelyn M. Hamby and Madison N. Hamby, West Wilkes High School students, and Sgt. John F. Sanderson, a recruiter with Recruiting Station Raleigh, pose for a photo following an awards ceremony at West Wilkes High School in Wilkesboro, North Carolina, May 19, 2016. Madison and Madelyn received the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps scholarship for their athleticism, academics and leadership capabilities. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Dwight A. Henderson/Released)
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Staff Sgt. Joshua Wazdrag presents Madison Blice with a Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps Scholarship check during a surprise presentation for her and her family at their home in Montgomery, Tx., April 7, 2016. Wazdrag is a recruiter with Recruiting Substation Conroe, Marine Corps Recruiting Station Houston. Blice is an 18-year-old senior with Montgomery High School and a Montgomery, Tx. native.
Staff Sgt. Michael Butler presents James McKenna with a Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps Scholarship check during a special high school assembly in Spring, Texas., June 9, 2016. Butler is a recruiter with Recruiting Substation Spring, Marine Corps Recruiting Station Houston. McKenna is a senior at Providence Classical High School and a Spring, Texas native.
Staff Sgt. Joshua Wazdrag presents Madison Blice with a Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps Scholarship check during a surprise presentation for her and her family at their home in Montgomery, Tx., April 7, 2016. Wazdrag is a recruiter with Recruiting Substation Conroe, Marine Corps Recruiting Station Houston. Blice is an 18-year-old senior with Montgomery High School and a Montgomery, Tx. native.
Sergeant Eric Lee, a recruiter out of Sub-Station Pearland, Marine Corps Recruiting Station Houston, addresses the family and friends of Alvin High School’s seniors during their awards night in Alvin, TX., June 09, 2016.  Sgt Lee had presented Kirby Lambert, a 17-year-old senior with Alvin High School and native of Alvin, Tx., with the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps Scholarship check earlier that evening.
Private Brenden Jarvis, a recently graduated Marine, poses for a photo at his recruiting office in Lakewood, CO, May 20, 2016. Jarvis was born in Grand Junction, but grew up in Lakewood.
Eric Ferrell won a brand-new Nissan Murano during the 2016 Marine Corps Recruiting Command Spring Golf Tournament at the Medal of Honor Golf Course aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va., May 20, 2016. Ferrell won the vehicle by making a hole-in-one at the hole on which the car was displayed. The tournament is held to raise money for the command’s annual Marine Corps Ball. Ferrell is a family housing technician for Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, North Carolina.
Collegiate coaches train with pugil sticks during the Marine Corps Martial Arts Program iteration of the 2016 Marine Corps Recruiting Command Coaches Workshop at the Martial Arts Center of Excellence aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va., May 20, 2016. Coaches learned how MCMAP fighting skills are used by Marines during close-range encounters with an enemy and how they contribute to the mental and physical development of Marines.
Colonel Terence D. Trenchard welcomes participants to the 2016 Marine Corps Recruiting Command Coaches Workshop aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia, May 19, 2016. The Coaches Workshop helps build meaningful and purposeful relationship with those who have the privilege to guide America's leaders of tomorrow. Trenchard currently serves as the chief of staff for MCRC.
Collegiate sports coaches from across the nation physically train with Marines as part of the 2016 Coaches Workshop in Dumfries, Virginia, May 19, 2016. During the three-day workshop, Marines demonstrate the importance of leadership and ethics in the Corps.
Jonathan Hernandez, the Recruiting Sub Station Ventura guide, observes as poolees from Recruiting Station Los Angeles compete in the RSLA games at Point Mugu Beach during their annual pool function, May 14, 2016. Los Angeles Marines and more than 600 of their poolees participated in the 2016 annual pool function. After nearly six hours of competing in pull-ups, crunches, fitness relays, tug-of-war, and many other activities, RSS Lancaster came out on top as the RSLA pool function champions. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Staff Sgt. Alicia R. Leaders/Released)
Recruiting Sub Station Lancaster poolees participate tug-of-war during Recruiting Station Los Angeles’ Annual Pool Function at Point Mugu Beach, May 14, 2016. Los Angeles Marines and more than 600 of their poolees participated in the 2016 annual pool function. After nearly six hours of competing in pull-ups, crunches, sprint relays, tug-of-war, and many other activities, RSS Lancaster came out on top as the RSLA pool function champions. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Staff Sgt. Alicia R. Leaders/Released)