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The workshop participants were able to see an inside look at the career of a Marine Corps Musician. Beginning at the Naval School of Music in Norfolk, Virginia, where Marine Musicians go to school immediately following recruit training and Marine Combat Training. The next stop took the workshop to the Quantico, Virginia where they participated in a band rehearsal, and saw the musicians participate in a change of command ceremony. 
 The educators also had the opportunity to attend a rehearsal and performance of the United States Marine Drum and Bugle Corps also known as the Commandant's Own at Marine Barracks Washington. The final event was took place at Marine Barracks Washington, where they observed the Evening Parade, which features the Marine Corps’ premiere bands, the President’s Own United States Marine Corps Band and the Drum and Bugle Corps.
The workshop participants were able to see an inside look at the career of a Marine Corps Musician. Beginning at the Naval School of Music in Norfolk, Virginia, where Marine Musicians go to school immediately following recruit training and Marine Combat Training. The next stop took the workshop to the Quantico, Virginia where they participated in a band rehearsal, and saw the musicians participate in a change of command ceremony. 
 The educators also had the opportunity to attend a rehearsal and performance of the United States Marine Drum and Bugle Corps also known as the Commandant's Own at Marine Barracks Washington. The final event was took place at Marine Barracks Washington, where they observed the Evening Parade, which features the Marine Corps’ premiere bands, the President’s Own United States Marine Corps Band and the Drum and Bugle Corps.
The workshop participants were able to see an inside look at the career of a Marine Corps Musician. Beginning at the Naval School of Music in Norfolk, Virginia, where Marine Musicians go to school immediately following recruit training and Marine Combat Training. The next stop took the workshop to the Quantico, Virginia where they participated in a band rehearsal, and saw the musicians participate in a change of command ceremony. 
 The educators also had the opportunity to attend a rehearsal and performance of the United States Marine Drum and Bugle Corps also known as the Commandant's Own at Marine Barracks Washington. The final event was took place at Marine Barracks Washington, where they observed the Evening Parade, which features the Marine Corps’ premiere bands, the President’s Own United States Marine Corps Band and the Drum and Bugle Corps.
Students with the Summer Leadership and Character Development Academy applaud during The Commandant’s Own Drum and Bugle Corps’ performance at the Lincoln Memorial in the District of Columbia, July 17, 2018. Students accepted into the academy were hand-selected by a board of Marines who look to find attendees with similar character traits as Marines. Inspired by the Marine Corps' third promise of developing quality citizens, the program was designed to challenge and develop the nation's top-performing high school students so they could return to their communities more confident, selfless and better equipped to improve the lives of those around them. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Staff Sgt. John A. Martinez Jr.)
Col. Robert Goetz welcomes approximately 200 high school students from across the nation to Marine Corps Recruiting Command’s 2018 Summer Leadership and Character Development Academy at the National Museum of the Marine Corps in Triangle, Virginia, July 16. Students accepted into the academy were hand-selected by a board of Marines who look to find attendees with similar character traits as Marines. Inspired by the Marine Corps' third promise of developing quality citizens, the program was designed to challenge and develop the nation's top-performing high school students so they could return to their communities more confident, selfless and better equipped to improve the lives of those around them. Goetz currently serves as the commanding officer for the academy. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by LCpl. Naomi Marcom)
Rct. Antuan Fletcher Platoon 3061, India Company, 3rd Recruit Training Battalion, swims 25 meters during swim qualification June 21, 2018, at Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, S.C. Fletcher, 18, from Detroit, is scheduled to graduate Aug. 17, 2018.
St. Charles Preparatory school junior Colin Lauber has earned a spot at the Marine Corps Recruiting Command Summer Leadership and Character Development Academy (SLCDA) through his dedication to giving back to his fellow students and his community. Lauber, of Columbus, Ohio, is one of 200 students nationwide selected to attend. (Courtesy photo provided by Colin Lauber)
Meghan Fox, a Summer Leadership and Character Development Academy (SLCDA) selectee, poses on a beam in her gymnastics gym, in Hagerstown, Maryland. Meghan is one out of 196 students chosen to attend SLCDA.
Paul O’Dacre and his dog, Killian, pose for a photo outside Recruiting Substation Wilmington in North Carolina, February 16, 2018, where his Marine Corps recruiters mentally and physically prepare him and other applicants for the challenges of Marine Corps Recruit Training. He has been playing for the euphonium for the last eight years. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Sgt Antonio J. Rubio/Released)
David Alan Beresoff Jr. shows off the euphonium, which is the instrument he will play as a musician in the Marine Corps, February 16, 2018.  His Marine Corps recruiters from Recruiting Substation Wilmington, North Carolina, are mentally and physically preparing him and other applicants for the challenges of Marine Corps Recruit Training. He practices playing the euphonium 3 hours every day to prepare himself for the Marine Corps Band.  (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Sgt Antonio J. Rubio/Released)
NORFOLK, Va. - Student-Athletes of the 2018 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference pose for a photo with Capt. Charlyne Delus (left) and 1st Sgt. Nicolas Imperial (right) after completing a morning workout honoring Cpl. Jason Dunham at Town Point Park in Norfolk, Virginia, March 10. The workout was chosen by 1st Sgt. Imperial to teach the participants about their character and fighting spirit. Dunham was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor for his actions while serving with 3rd Battalion, 7th Marines during the Iraq War. Delus is a manpower officer with Manpower and Reserve Affairs. Imperial is the inspector instructor first sergeant for 4th Assault Amphibian Battalion, 4th Marine Division, Marine Forces Reserve. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Michael McHale)
Marines oversee student athletes of the 2018 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference participating in a morning workout honoring Cpl Jason Dunham at Town Point Park in Norfolk, Virginia, March 10. The workout was chosen to teach the participants about their character and fighting spirit. Dunham was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor for his actions while serving with 3rd Battalion, 7th Marines during the Iraq War. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Michael McHale)
Student-Athletes of the 2018 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference pose for a photo with Capt. Charlyne Delus (left) and First Sgt. Nicolas Imperial (right) after completing a morning workout honoring Cpl. Jason Dunham at Town Point Park in Norfolk, Virginia, March 10. The workout was chosen by First Sgt. Imperial to teach the participants about their character and fighting spirit. Dunham was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor for his actions while serving with 3rd Battalion, 7th Marines during the Iraq War. Delus is a manpower officer with Manpower and Reserve Affairs. Imperial is the inspector instructor first sergeant for 4th Assault Amphibian Battalion, 4th Marine Division, Marine Forces Reserve.
Maj. Paul Smith speaks to Devon Teagle about life goals and perseverance during at the 2018 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) Marine Corps Battles Won Symposium Reception in Norfolk, Virginia, March 9. Teagle, a native of Abingdon, MD, and senior at Coppin State University is one of the 26 recipients of the U.S. Marines Leadership Awards recognized for his outstanding leadership in athletics, in the classroom and in his community. Smith is the strategic plans officer for 4th Marine Aircraft Wing, Marine Forces Reserve.
Marines oversee student athletes of the 2018 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference participating in a morning workout honoring Cpl Jason Dunham at Town Point Park in Norfolk, Virginia, March 10. The workout was chosen to teach the participants about their character and fighting spirit. Dunham was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor for his actions while serving with 3rd Battalion, 7th Marines during the Iraq War.
Dr. Dennis E. Thomas and Capt. Charlyne Delus discuss talking points for the Marine Corps Battles Won Symposium Reception in Norfolk, Virginia, March 9. Through the partnership with MEAC, the Marine Corps recognizes and celebrates student-athletes who display strong leadership qualities through their commitment to hard work both in and out of the classroom. Thomas is the commissioner of MEAC. Delus is a manpower officer with Manpower and Reserve Affairs.
U.S. Marine Private First Class Jacob P. Sullivan encourages a poolee during Recruiting Sub Station Ann Arbor's family night. Sullivan lost over 170 pounds in 16 months to allow himself the chance to earn the title U.S. Marine. Sullivan's hometown is Sacramento, California but he flew halfway across the country to Ann Arbor, Michigan to attend recruit training before his 29th birthday. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. J. R. Heins/ Released)
U.S. Marine Private First Class Jacob P. Sullivan encourages a poolee during Recruiting Sub Station Ann Arbor’s family night. Sullivan lost over 170 pounds in 16 months to allow himself the chance to earn the title U.S. Marine. Sullivan’s hometown is Sacramento, California but he flew halfway across the country to Ann Arbor, Michigan to attend recruit training before his 29th birthday. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. J R. Heins/ Released)
U.S. Marine Private First Class Jacob P. Sullivan encourages a poolee during Recruiting Sub Station Ann Arbor’s family night. Sullivan lost over 170 pounds in 16 months to allow himself the chance to earn the title U.S. Marine. Sullivan’s hometown is Sacramento, California but he flew halfway across the country to Ann Arbor, Michigan to attend recruit training before his 29th birthday. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. J R. Heins/ Released)
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