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Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va.

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Lance Cpl. Angello A. Mundacawolff, left, honor graduate for Company F, and a Rosemont, Calif., native, holds The "Chesty" Puller Recruit Company Honor Graduate Award after graduation with his senior drill instructor Staff Sgt. Joshua C. Geidel at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego, Jan. 31. 2014. Mundacawolff was promoted to the rank of lance corporal because of his leadership skills, 1st class physical fitness test, 1st class combat fitness test and expert rifle score.
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Frederick C. Branch became the first ever African-American Marine officer on Nov. 10, 1945. In honor of his success, the Frederick C. Branch Scholarship Program was created nearly 70 years later in 2006. Each year, 34 four-year Frederick C. Branch Scholarships are offered to students who plan to attend a Historically Black College or University (HBCU).
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Female poolees hike through the trails around Historic Fort Snelling with the Marines of Marine Corps Recruit Station Twin Cities, Jan. 26. During the hike, the poolees carried rubber rifles and a heavily loaded pack to simulate the burdens they will be expected to carry in Marine recruit training.
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Brig. Gen. Lori E. Reynolds, the commanding general of Eastern Recruiting Region and Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, S.C., shakes hands with Sgt. Simon Jachowdik, a recruiter assigned to Recruiting Substation Patchogue, Recruiting Station New York, during her visit to the RS Headquarters, Jan. 27.  Reynolds spoke with the Marines about the importance of the recruiting effort, how that is the beginning of the transformation from civilian to Marine, and how to sustain that transformation.  (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Caleb Gomez).
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From the Commander
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Teen Summit
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Poolees hike through the forest around historic Fort Snelling as Marines at Marine Corps Recruit Sub Station Roseville take them on a six-mile hike, Jan. 19, as part of a Marine Corps poolee function. The Marines' goal was to prepare the poolees for boot camp, as well as foster a sense of brotherhood among the poolees. Poolees carried packs and rubber rifles to simulate the heavy loads they will be expected to carry in Marine Corps recruit training
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District Spouse Orientation Course
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The devastation left after the Philippines earthquake and Super Typhoon Haiyan in late 2013. Capt. Neil Bucken, supply officer for 12th Marine Corps District, volunteered to help with relief efforts with All Hands Volunteers Organization for 12 days.
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Capt. Neil Bucken, supply officer for 12th Marine Corps District talks with children during his volunteer trip with All Hands Volunteers Organization to the Philippines for 12 days to help with the relief efforts after the earthquake and Super Typhoon Haiyan in late 2013.
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Capt. Neil Bucken, supply officer for 12th Marine Corps District, reads to Filipino children in one of their schools during his volunteer trip with All Hands Volunteers Organization to the Philippines for 12 days to help with the relief efforts after the earthquake and Super Typhoon Haiyan in late 2013.
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The 12th Marine Corps Recruiting District Headquarters wins the Commanding General's Cup (CG Cup)for the second year in a row at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego, Jan. 8, 2014.
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The 12th Marine Corps Recruiting District Headquarters wins the Commanding General's Cup (CG Cup)for the second year in a row at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego, Jan. 8, 2014.
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Sgt. Brian Dear currently serves as a Marine Corps drill instructor with Bravo Company, 1st Recruit Training Battalion, at Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, S.C. Dear joined the Marine Corps in August 2005 and became a drill instructor in March 2013. “[I became a drill instructor because] just knowing the fact that we are training civilians into the next Marine Corps leaders is pretty humbling,” said Dear, a native of West Palm Beach, Fla. About 600 Marine Corps drill instructors shape the approximately 20,000 recruits who come to Parris Island annually into basic United States Marines. Parris Island is home to entry-level enlisted training for 50 percent of males and 100 percent of females in the Marine Corps. (Photo by Cpl. MaryAnn Hill)
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CARSON, Calif. - Cpl. Thomas Huggins, an administrative Marine with Marine Special Operations Command Recruiting West and Atlanta, Ga., native, hands a poster to a Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl attendee during the fan fest before the Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl at The StubHub Center in Carson, Calif., Jan. 5, 2014. Local Marines from the reserve center and recruiting district set up vehicles and booths for the bowl attendees to learn more about the Marine Corps and be entertained before the start of the game. The Semper Fidelis Football Program brought together over 90 of the best high-school football players in an East versus West game and is an opportunity for the Marine Corps to connect on a personal and local level with players and influencers, demonstrates commitment to developing quality citizens, and reinforces how core values of honor, courage and commitment relate to success on and off the field. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Dwight A. Henderson/Released)
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CARSON, Calif. - Major Gen. Mark Brilakis, the commanding general of Marine Corps Recruiting Command, speaks to Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl attendees during the fan fest before the Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl at The StubHub Center in Carson, Calif., Jan. 5, 2014. Local Marines from the reserve center and recruiting district set up vehicles and booths for the bowl attendees to learn more about the Marine Corps and be entertained before the start of the game. The Semper Fidelis Football Program brought together over 90 of the best high-school football players in an East versus West game and is an opportunity for the Marine Corps to connect on a personal and local level with players and influencers, demonstrates commitment to developing quality citizens, and reinforces how core values of honor, courage and commitment relate to success on and off the field. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Dwight A. Henderson/Released)
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