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Sgt. Teddy Randolph Jr. (left) and his father retired Cpl. Teddy Randolph Sr. pose for a photograph during an induction ceremony held aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, N.C., April 16, 2016. After medically retiring from the Corps 24 years ago, Randolph Sr. alongside approximately 50 fellow boxers from various periods of the team’s existence, were inducted into the All-Marine Boxing Hall of Fame. Randolph Jr. is an administration clerk with Marine Corps Individual Reserve Support Activity in New Orleans, La. Randolph Sr. is a member of the All-Marine Boxing Team Hall of Fame.
Retired Cpl. Teddy Randolph Sr. was inducted into the All-Marine Boxing Hall of Fame during an induction ceremony held aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, N.C., April 16, 2016. During his time as a boxer, Randolph Sr. fought boxers such as Olympic gold medalist Oscar De La Hoya and served as the representative for the United States Olympic Boxing Committee.
Sgt. Jocelyn Penagos auditions at the casting call tour visit aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia, April 18, 2016. The casting call tour visited 11 locations nation-wide aboard eight Marine Corps bases. Penagos is a supply administration specialist for Marine Corps Recruiting Command.
Gunnery Sgt. Agustin Juradosegovia (right), formerly a drill instructor at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego, instructs an officer candidate to respond loudly to his commands during an Officer Candidates School preparation event at the Yakima Training Center in Yakima, Wash., April 8, 2016. During the three-day event, Marine Corps sergeant instructors and officer recruiters worked together to physically and mentally prepare candidates for the rigors of OCS, which the candidates are projected to attend aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia. Juradosegovia is from Oxnard, Calif. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Reece Lodder)
A poolee from Recruiting Sub-Station Fort Worth gets told to scream louder by a drill instructor during the annual pool function family night at Brewer High School in Fort Worth, Texas, April 19, 2016. More than 100 poolees and family members from the metropolitan area attended the family night to prepare them for Marine Corps recruit training.
United States Marine Corps 2nd Lt. Ahmed M. Khalil recently completed permissive temporary assigned duty with Officer Selection Team, Syracuse, N.Y., while waiting to train at Logistics Officer School. Khalil is fluent in five different Arabic dialects and has used these skills in the past to help US troops when he was a teenager in Baghdad. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Staff Sgt. Christopher O’Quin/Released)
Pvt. Raphael Martinez Bobek, a Marine with 2nd Battalion, Hotel Company, Platoon 2173, take photos with famiy and friends after aboard Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego, California, April 8, 2016. Bobek, recruited out of Salt Lake City, graduated from recruit training April 8, 2016.
Capt. Ronnie Wilburn discusses the importance of leadership in the Marine Corps to North Carolina Central University students during the Marine Corps Leadership Seminar held at NCCU, Durham, N.C., April 8. The event provides an opportunity for Marines to engage with a diverse and highly qualified student population. Wiburn is the Deputy Comptroller for  Marine Corps Training Command, Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va.
Sgt. Michael Oberley, a recruiter with Recruiting Sub-Station Pueblo, Recruiting Station Denver, performs a dunk during the Nuggets Military Appreciation Game at the Pepsi Center in Denver, CO April 2, 2016. The Nuggets incorporated personnel from all military branches during several events of the night, to include a future service member swear in.
Staff Sgt. Raymond Donohoe, a recruiter with Recruiting Sub-Station Colorado Springs South, Recruiting Station Denver, hands an M-16 A4 Service Rifle to Cheryl Rossoll, a career specialist with Mitchell High School, at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego, Calif. March 29, 2016. As part of the 2016 Educator’s Workshop with RS Denver, educators participated in various forms of training while aboard the recruit depot, to include the Bayonet Assault Course.
Marine Corps Recruiting Command and representatives of local and federal law enforcement agencies attend the annual Antiterrorism Force Protection Working Group aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico, April 5-6. The mission of the working group is to discuss and increase awareness on emerging events, topics, and policies that affect all levels of MCRC.
Jeannette Rosado, an educator from New York, looks down the scope of an M-16 rifle during an Educators’ Workshop at Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, S.C., March 30, 2016. The Marine Corps invited teachers from New York, Maine, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire to see how Marines are made. The educators were given the opportunity to shoot the same weapons as used by recruits and were accompanied by Marine Corps marksman instructors. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Brandon Thomas/released)
Gunnery Sgt. Chad Williams corrects Jordan McCann during the Wake Up and Workout at the 2016 Women's Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) in Indianapolis, April 3. The Wake Up and Workout gives the coaches an opportunity to train with the Marines, and learn valuable lessons in leadership and teamwork to take back to their players. Williams is a Sergeant Instructor at Marine Corps Officer Candidate School, and McCann is the Assistant Women's Basketball Coach at Hamilton College.
Marines with Marine Corps Recruiting Command participate in a High Intensity Tactical Training (HITT) workout at Butler Stadium aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico, March 30, 2016. The physical training session was a fun way for the Marines to not only exercise, but also build camaraderie within the command.
BOSTON, Massachusetts - BOSTON, Massachusetts - Marines of Recruiting Station Portsmouth, New Hampshire, engage attendees of the National Society of Black Engineers convention about careers and opportunities in the Marine Corps at the Boston Convention Center, March 24. NSBE is a student-run organization focused on the employment of minority engineers from across the country. The Marines set up in the career fair part of the convention as well as aiding in resume creating and running morning workout sessions with interested students. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Jonathan G. Wright)
BOSTON - Marines of Recruiting Station Portsmouth, New Hampshire, engage attendees of the National Society of Black Engineers convention about careers and opportunities in the Marine Corps at the Boston Convention Center, March 24. NSBE is a student-run organization focused on the employment of minority engineers from across the country. The Marines set up in the career fair part of the convention as well as aiding in resume creating and running morning workout sessions with interested students. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Jonathan G. Wright)
BOSTON, Massachusetts - Marines of Recruiting Station Portsmouth, New Hampshire, engage attendees of the National Society of Black Engineers convention about careers and opportunities in the Marine Corps at the Boston Convention Center, March 24. NSBE is a student-run organization focused on the employment of minority engineers from across the country. The Marines set up in the career fair part of the convention as well as aiding in resume creating and running morning workout sessions with interested students. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Jonathan G. Wright)
Air Force Cadet Col. Jasmin Grewal, a senior at Royal High School in Simi Valley, Calif., is the recipient of the selective U.S. Marine Corps Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC) scholarship, and was awarded the $180,000 check at the high school, March 24, 2016. Grewal won the scholarship based on her commitment in and out of the classroom, to the community, leadership abilities, and physical fitness, and plans to attend Yale University. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Staff Sgt. Alicia R. Leaders/Released)
Staff Sgt. Joseph Colby, left, and Capt. Jeffrey Newman recognize Jasmin Grewal, center, a senior at Royal High School in Simi Valley, Calif., for accepting the selective U.S. Marine Corps Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC) scholarship during a presentation at the high school, March 24, 2016. Grewal, won the scholarship based on her commitment in and out of the classroom, to the community, leadership abilities, and physical fitness, and plans to attend Yale University. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Staff Sgt. Alicia R. Leaders/Released)
(From left to right) Staff Sgt. Joseph Colby, Retired Air Force Col. Mark Hustedt, Cadet Col. Jasmin Grewal, and Capt. Jeffrey Newman pose for a photo after Jasmin received the U.S. Marine Corps Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC) scholarship during a presentation at Royal High School in Simi Valley, Calif., March 24, 2016. Grewal won the scholarship based on her commitment in and out of the classroom, to the community, leadership abilities, and physical fitness, and plans to attend Yale University. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Staff Sgt. Alicia R. Leaders/Released)