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Lieutenant Col. David Rodgers, reserve support officer, Marine Corps Recruiting Command, speaks to a parent attending a career exploration event at the Charlotte Convention Center, here, Feb. 26 during the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) baskeball tournament. The Marines engaged local students, parents, community inluencers and teachers to spread awareness of the Marine Corps and reinforce the idea of the armed services as a career option within the African American community. The Corps recognizes that the recruitment of qualified and skilled leaders from diverse backgrounds is essential to its future and is committed to continuing the legacy that these Marines have set forth. The CIAA consists of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) spanning the East Coast from Pennsylvania to North Carolina. (Photo by Lance Cpl. Stanley Cao)
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Captain Jordan Harris, an instructor for the Marine Corps Leadership Seminar(MCLS), interacts with students during a break at the MCLS, Virginia Commenwealth University, here, Feb. 21. The MCLS is a program designed to spread awareness of the Marine Corps as well as teach college students valuable leadership traits and characteristics.
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(Left to right) Captains Jordan Harris, Orlando Ashworth, Craig Thomas and 2nd Lt. Christopher Perino answer questions during a panel discussion at the Marine Corps Leadership Seminar (MCLS), at Virginia Commonwealth University, here, Feb. 21. The MCLS is a program designed to spread awareness of the Marine Corps as well as teach college students valuable leadership traits and characteristics.
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Lieutenant Col. Larry D. Parker, section head, Manpower Plans and Policies, Headquarters Marine Corps, speaks to college students about his leadership experiences in the Marine Corps during the Marine Corps Leadership Seminar (MCLS), Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Va., Feb. 21. The MCLS is a one-day program designed to spread awareness of the Marine Corps as well as teach college students valuable leadership traits and characteristics.
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Second Lt. Christopher Perino, guest instructor at the Marine Corps Leadership Seminar (MCLS), watches over Virginia Commonwealth University students as they execute a training exercise designed to help utilize their leadership skills, Feb. 21. The MCLS is a program designed to spread awareness of the Marine Corps as well as teach college students valuable leadership traits and characteristics.
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For conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity in action against the enemy while
serving as Squad Leader, 1st Platoon, Company D, 1st Battalion, 7th Marines,
Regimental Combat Team 6, 1st Marine Division (Forward), I Marine
Expeditionary Force (Forward), in support of Operation ENDURING FREEDOM from
22 June 2012 to 23 June 2012. After the completion of an air assault into
Qaleh-Ye Gaz, Sergeant Rick and his squad were attacked from multiple
positions by high volumes of medium machinegun and indirect fire. Sergeant
Rick subjected himself to the enemy fire four times to employ his M4 Carbine
and M203 grenade launcher accurately while directing the maneuver of his
Squad. By his leadership, his squad provided devastating fires on the enemy,
forcing their immediate withdrawal. Later that day, with complete disregard
for his own safety, Sergeant Rick forfeited cover and ran out of the patrol
base, covering 200 meters of open ground, to lead a security team and
recover a mortally wounded Marine. Though enemy rounds impacted within feet
of his position as the security team maneuvered to the patrol base, Sergeant
Rick calmly directed the fire of the squad. He remained outside the patrol
base, suppressing the enemy, until all of his Marines were safely inside.
The following day Sergeant Rick again led his squad to counter a complex
ambush. The precision fire he employed from his grenade launcher destroyed
two enemy fighters and oriented close air support aircraft onto their
targets, ultimately leading to the destruction of the enemy. By his bold
initiative, undaunted courage, and complete dedication to duty, Sergeant
Rick reflected great credit upon himself and upheld the highest traditions
of the Marine Corps and the United States Naval Service.
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Sergeant Kenneth Rick, a squad leader with 1st Battalion, 7th Marine Regiment, received the Silver Star Medal from Lt. Gen. John Toolan, commanding general of I Marine Expeditionary Force, during an award ceremony held at Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms, Calif., Feb. 18, 2014. Rick, a native of Sacramento, was recognized for his heroic actions in Afghanistan when he maintained a tactical advantage while being ambushed by a larger enemy force. Rick saved the lives of multiple Marines and destroyed numerous enemy positions during a six-day operation. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Lance Cpl. Christopher J. Moore/released)
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U.S. Marine Staff Sgt. Melvin Jackson, Recruiting Station Baton Rouge, Recruiting Sub-Station New Orleans, prepares to take a shot at the three-point line during the NBA’s All-Star East Team and West Team Practice inside the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, New Orleans, La., Feb. 15, 2014. The Armed Forces community had the opportunity to participate in the 2014 NBA All-Star Weekend to highlight the military presence in the New Orleans area and support community outreach events. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Mackenzie Schlueter/Released)
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Captain Martin E. Lindig, Officer Selection Officer (OSO), Officer Selection Station College Station, receives the Captain Samuel Nicholas Globe and Anchor award from Maj. Gen. Mark A. Brilakis, Commanding General, Marine Corps Recruiting Command (MCRC), at the National Operations and Training Symposium (NOTS), here today. The Capt. Samuel Nicholas Globe and Anchor award is given to Officer Selection teams who met their assigned mission during the previous year. During FY 13, 60 OSOs achieved their assigned mission.
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WASHINGTON, DC – General John M. Paxton Jr., Assistant Commandant of the Marine Corps, poses with Lt. Col. David Rodgers, reserve support officer, Marine Corps Recruiting Command (MCRC), at the 9th annual Stars and Stripes Dinner during the Black Engineer of the Year Awards (BEYA) conference here, Feb. 7. The dinner is held at BEYA to promote Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) by providing STEM leaders the opportunity to mentor youth in STEM and highlighting the contributions of black Americans in support of the nation and its military.
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