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RS San Antonio Marine poolees participated in the San Antonio Spurs vs Memphis Grizzlies’ half-time show on March 23rd. The annual USAA and Spurs Military Appreciation Night honors military members, their families and Armed Forces enlistees. The future Marines raised their right hands in front of the packed AT&T Center audience to swear-in by repeating the Oath of Enlistment. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Sgt. Guadalupe Campos)
Lacey Lett, host of Oklahoma City’s Channel 4’s “Rise and Shine Morning Show,” poses with Recruiting Station Oklahoma City Marines after interviewing them about the USA Wrestling Girls Folkstyle Nationals tournament taking place March 23-26, 2017 at the Cox Convention Center. The interview Marines were on hand to talk about their partnership with USA Wrestling, the reasons wrestlers are great fits for the Marine Corps, and the role the Marines will play at the event.
Recruiting Sub-Station Gresham, stands at the peak of Angel's Rest Hiking Trail, Portland, March 18, 2017.The poolees trekked the 1,450 feet to the peak of the trail as a way to prepare for the physical demands of Marine Corps Recruit Training. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Sgt. Taylor Morton/Released)
Staff Sgt. Michael Murray, SNCOIC of Recruiting Sub-Station Gresham, talks with poolees before they began their walk up Angel's Rest Hiking Trail, Portland, March 18, 2017. The poolees climbed 1,450 feet in elevation to the peak of the trail as a way to prepare for the physical demands of Marine Corps Recruit Training. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Sgt. Taylor Morton/Released)
Cpl. Callahan Brown sits atop an aircraft that’s undergoing maintenance at Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 26 on Marine Corps Air Station New River, Mar 3. Brown is currently a full time student at Coastal Carolina Community College and plans to commission to become an officer when she becomes a sergeant or completes her degree. Brown is the adjutant for MALS 26. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Juan Madrigal)
Recruiting Sub-Station Gresham, stands at the peak of Angel's Rest Hiking Trail, Portland, March 18, 2017.The poolees trekked the 1,450 feet to the peak of the trail as a way to prepare for the physical demands of Marine Corps Recruit Training. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Sgt. Taylor Morton/Released)
(From left to right) U.S. Marine Corps Brig. Gen. Austin Renforth, commanding general of Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island/Eastern Recruiting Region, Pfc. Madeline Kreamer, Sgt. Maj. Howard Kreamer, the sergeant major of 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing, and Sgt. Maj. Rafael Rodriguez, Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island/Eastern Recruiting Region Sergeant Major, pose for a photo after a graduation ceremony on Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, S.C., March 10, 2017. The ceremony is conducted to honor the new Marines. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Colby Cooper/released)
Frankie Ramos’ family attends the wrestling tournament held at Imperial High School, Imperial, Calif. on Jan. 7, 2017 to celebrate Frankie’s life and inspire young wrestlers. Frankie Ramos was a U.S. Marine who passed away March 19, 2010 while serving as a recruiting aid in his home town. Frankie was a successful student athlete at Imperial high and his memories and name live on in the community through the tournament. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. William Hester/ Released)
Chief Warrant Officer 2 Demarius Jackson, band director, 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing, performs a solo during a concert with the Marine Corps Jazz Orchestra at California State University Sacramento, March 10, 2017. The orchestra features top Marine musicians from throughout the Corps. They tour annually to share their music, culture, and patriotism with public audiences. This year’s concert was their first performance in Sacramento. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Staff Sgt. Jacob Harrer)
Musicians with the Marine Corps Jazz Orchestra perform at the Orange County School of the Arts Concert Hall, Mar. 1, 2017. This is the first of many upcoming performances throughout California that showcase the United States Marine Corps’ gratitude and appreciation for the American people through the power of music, and highlights the talents of Marine musicians in a way that inspires others to join their ranks. Formed in 2008, the Marine Corps Jazz Orchestra has included members from the world-renowned “The Commandants Own” U.S. Marine Drum and Bugle Corps, and “The President’s Own” U.S. Marine Band, as well as the 10 elite U.S. Marine Corps Field Bands.
Master Sgt. Damian Cason, Diversity Engagement Chief, Marine Corps Recruiting Command, conducts an interview with a student attending, Latinos in Science and Engineering Leadership Academy (MAES). MAES was founded in 1974 to increase the number of Latinos in engineering, technical, mathematics and science fields. The organization’s mission is to promote, cultivate and honor excellence in education and leadership among Latinos engineers and scientists.
Major Joshua Darby speaks to Rashean Mathis before his induction into the MEAC Hall of Fame in Norfolk, Va., March 9, 2017. Mathis was a standout player at Bethune-Cookman University before his 12-year career in the NFL. The MEAC partnership provides the United States Marine Corps with an opportunity to celebrate the hard work, courage, and commitment to excellence exhibited by its many participants. Darby currently serves as the marketing public affairs officer at 4th Marine Corps District.
U.S. Marine Corps Candidates with Officer Selection Offices  in central Texas, conduct field exercise 17-2 on Army National Guard Camp Swift TX., Feb. 24, 2017. FIEX 17-2 is a bi-annual field exercises in an effort to better prepare candidates for Officer Candidates School (OCS), and reduce attrition at OCS. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Clarence A. Leake/Released)
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Master Gunnery Sgt. William Barr addresses his family, friends and fellow Marines during his retirement ceremony at The Clubs at Quantico aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va., Mar. 3, 2017. Barr retired after 30 years of service in the Corps, 21 of which were spent in recruiting. He served his last four years on active duty as the operations chief of Marine Corps Recruiting Command.