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Marine Corps Recruiting Command

Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va.

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Major General Mark A. Brilakis, Commanding 
General, Marine Corps Recruiting Command, presents a Certificate of Commendation to Cpl. Jhon M. Zuluaga, Logistics Non-Commissioned Officer, during a MCRC awards ceremony, here, March 28. Upon completion of three consecutive years of "honorable and faithful service," Zuluaga received his 
Good Conduct Medal, in addition to two Certificates of Commendation for
being selected as the NCO of the Year in 2013 for Marine Corps National Capital 
Region Command, and for his outstanding contributions and fundraising
efforts to MCRC's Birthday Ball Committee.
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Sgt. Zonell Westfield, a recruiter from Recruiting Sub Station Murfreesboro, speaks to a college student at a career exploration event at the 40th annual National Society of Black Engineers Convention in Nashville, Tenn., March 27, 2014. The National Society of Black Engineers, founded in 1971, increased the number of culturally responsible black engineers who excel academically and positively impact the community. This is the fourth year the Marine Corps has partnered with NSBE. The United States Marine Corps also recognizes this event as a valuable opportunity to foster positive relationships with members, share the Marine story, demonstrate enthusiasm for the Corps and reinforce the idea of the armed services as a viable career option within the African American Community. There are currently 21,000 African American men and women serving in the United States Marine Corps, making up approximately 10% of the force. (Photo by Lance Cpl. Stanley Cao)
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Cpl. Michael Wick is awarded the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps scholarship valued at $180,000 at 12MCD headquarters, Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego, March 24.
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Brig. Gen. James Bierman, Commanding General, Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego and Western Recruiting Region, presents Sgt. Matthew Kitsch, MEPS liaison, Recruiting Station Lansing, with a Meritorious Mast in Lansing, Mich. March, 25. Kitsch was recognized for his performance as a new liaison, in the absence of his supervisor, during five ship weeks in the months of January and February 2014.
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Raymond Lessig, a Notasulga Ala., native maneuvers a plank onto the platform of an obstacle during the Leader Ship Reaction Course here , March 22,2014. Lessig in one of more than 400 officer candidates from across the Southeastern United States that participated in a three-day mini Officer
Candidates School in preparation for Offier Candidates School in Quantico, Va. Lessig is currently attending Auburn University and plans to commission through the  Marine Corps' Platoon Leader's Course.  Through the PLC program, Lessig will attend training during his summer breaks from college
to earn his commission. (Photo by Lance Cpl. Stanley Cao)
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Lt. Col. Larry Parker (Left) and Lt. Col. David Rodgers (Right) pose with a ref  for the Hoops for Troops event during the 2014 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Basketball Tournament March 13. The Marine Corps is committed to making concerted efforts to attract, mentor, and retain the most talented men and women who bring a diversity of background, culture and skill in service to our nation.
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FLORAL PARK, N.Y. - Staff Sgt. Ken Ebo, trombone instructor at the Armed Forces School of Music in Virginia Beach, Va., performs with the Marine Corps Jazz Ensemble on March 7 at Floral Park High School.  Ebo, from Aiken, S.C., along with five other Marine musicians recently finished touring the 1st Marine Corps District’s area of operations to spread knowledge of the Marine Corps’ Musician Enlistment Option Program.  (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Brandon Thomas).
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BOSTON - The Marine Corps Jazz Ensemble performs inside the PRI’s The World studios March 10.  The Marines recently finished a tour during which they performed at several high schools and universities in the Greater New York City and Boston areas with exceptional music programs to promote the Corps’ Musician Enlistment Option Program.  (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Brandon Thomas).
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DANBURY, Conn. - Staff Sgt. Ken Ebo, an instructor at the Naval School of Music in Virginia Beach, Va., and trombone player for the Marine Corps Jazz Ensemble, performs with the Marine Corps Jazz Ensemble on March 4 at Western Connecticut State University.  Ebo, from Aiken, S.C., along with five other Marine musicians in a Marine Corps Jazz Ensemble are touring the 1st Marine Corps District’s area of operations to spread knowledge of the Marine Corps’ Musician Enlistment Option Program.  (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Brandon Thomas).
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NEW YORK - Michael Mossman, director of music at Queens College, is presented a picture signed by the members of the Marine Corps Jazz Ensemble on March 5 at Queens College’s Aaron Copland School of Music.  The Marine Corps Jazz Ensemble is touring the 1st Marine Corps District’s area of operations to spread knowledge of the Marine Corps’ Musician Enlistment Option Program.  (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Brandon Thomas).
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U.S. Marine Corps Sgt.Tyler Webb, recruiter with RSS Fremont, RS San Francisco, 12th Marine Corps District, fires a M16 A-4 service rifle at Wilcox Range aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., March 4, 2014. Webb was competing in the 2014 Western Division Matches. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl Catie Masesy, 12th Marine Corps District/Released)
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U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Aaron Stringer, recruiter with RSS Fairfield, RS San Francisco, 12th Marine Corps District, looks through a scope at Wilcox Range aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., March 4, 2014. Stringer was competing in the 2014 Western Division Matches. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Catie Massey, 12th Marine Corps District Headquarters/Released)
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Master Sgt. Mark McArthur, the Marine Corps Recruiting Command Diversity Chief and a Jackson, Miss. native, speaks to the coaches of the men's and women's basketball teams from the 13 colleges and universities of the Mid Eastern Athletic Conference basketball tournament, March 8. McArthur spoke of the importance of Historically Black Colleges and Universities, and how the Marine Corps can work with the coaches and teams to motivate the players, such as the Marine Corps' Combat Fitness Test. The coaches and Marines met before the MEAC Youth Clinic, in which the coaches and Marines worked with nearly 100 young people from the Norfolk area Boys and Girls Clubs, teaching some basic warmup and exercise routines, as well as, basketball fundamentals. The event gave the coaches and Marines an opportunity to make a positive impact on the Norfolk community.
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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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