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U.S. Marine Sgt. Joshua Roberson, left, a canvassing recruiter with Recruiting Substation Raleigh, Recruiting Station Raleigh is joined by Santa Claus to receive donations for Toys for Tots from Elijah in Raleigh, North Carolina on December 16, 2020. This is Elijah’s 3rd year donating to the Toys for Tots drive with Santa and the Marines. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt Jacob Colvin)
Santa Claus receives a sweat shirt from a local boy Elijah, who donated over $4000 of gifts to the Toys for Tots program, at Recruiting Station Raleigh in Raleigh, North Carolina on Dec.16, 2020. Elijah is a 7-year-old autistic child who runs with his special need running team called Ainsley's Angels of America. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt Jacob Colvin)
U.S. Marine Staff Sgt. Ajanel Williams, left, a logistics chief with Recruiting Station Cleveland, wins first place in the figure division at the Chicago Pro show in Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 18, 2020. She has competed in five professional bodybuilding competitions, achieving first place in four of them. (Photo by Courtesy)
U.S. Marine Capt. Nicholas Hoeksema, right, the executive officer of Recruiting Station (RS) Cleveland, teaches high school students how to properly perform ammo can lifts as part of the Marine Corps combat fitness test (CFT) in Dearborn Heights, Michigan, Oct. 10, 2020. Poolees of RS Cleveland, Recruiting Substation Wyandotte competed with student athletes from local schools in a friendly combat fitness and physical fitness challenge. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Nello Miele)
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Alexia Fields, a poolee with Permanent Contact Station Dyersburg, Recruiting Substation Jackson, Recruiting Station Nashville, discusses the importance of family and how she considers the other poolees and Marines to be a part of her extended family while at her home in Dyersburg, Tennessee, Aug. 28, 2020.  Alexia, a senior with Dyer County High School, is awaiting her graduation to receive a date to attend Marine Corps Recruit Training.
Jaquan Fields, a poolee with Permanent Contact Station Dyersburg, Recruiting Substation Jackson, Recruiting Station Nashville, discusses his future goals of self-improvement and earning the title of Marine at his home in Dyersburg, Tennessee, Aug. 28, 2020.  Jaquan is slated to attend Marine Corps Recruit Training near the end of 2020.
Jaquan Fields, left, and his younger sister Alexia Fields, right, both poolees with Permanent Contact Station Dyersburg, Recruiting Substation Jackson, Recruiting Station Nashville, discuss the importance of family and explain how they see the Marine Corps as another part of their extended family at their home in Dyersburg, Tenn., Aug. 28, 2020.  Leading to their current close relationship, Jaquan and Alexia have overcome adversity with each other resulting in growth and gained confidence, which further solidified their decisions to join the Marine Corps Delayed Entry Program.
Alexia Fields, center, a poolee with Permanent Contact Station (PCS) Dyersburg, performs push-ups during a physical training session with the poolees of PCS Dyersburg, Recruiting Substation Jackson, Recruiting Station Nashville at Dyersburg High School, Dyersburg, Tennessee, Aug. 27, 2020.  Poolees participate in physical training sessions with the recruiters to ensure they are physically prepared to endure the challenges of Marine Corps recruit training. Alexia and her older brother Jaquan, back-right, both poolees with PCS Dyersburg, have overcome personal adversity resulting in growth and gained confidence, which further solidified their decisions to join the Marine Corps Delayed Entry Program.
Alexia Fields, left and her brother Jaquan Fields, right, both poolees with Permanent Contact Station (PCS) Dyersburg, complete a physical training session with the other poolees of PCS Dyersburg, Recruiting Substation Jackson, Recruiting Station Nashville at Dyersburg High School, Dyersburg, Tennessee, Aug. 27, 2020.  Poolees participate in physical training sessions with the recruiters to ensure they are physically prepared to endure the challenges of Marine Corps recruit training. Jaquan and Alexia have overcome adversity in their relationship with each other resulting in growth and gained confidence, which further solidified their decisions to join the Marine Corps Delayed Entry Program.
Jaquan Fields, right, a poolee with Permanent Contact Station (PCS) Dyersburg, performs jump tucks alongside Staff Sgt. Brylon N. Shockley, left, a canvassing recruiter, PCS Dyersburg, Recruiting Substation Jackson, Recruiting Station Nashville, during a physical training session with the poolees of PCS Dyersburg, at Dyersburg High School, Dyersburg, Tennessee, Aug. 27, 2020.  Poolees participate in physical training sessions with the recruiters to ensure they are physically prepared to endure the challenges of Marine Corps recruit training. Jaquan and his younger sister Alexia, both poolees with PCS Dyersburg, have overcome personal adversity resulting in growth and gained confidence, which further solidified their decisions to join the Marine Corps Delayed Entry Program.
Alexia Fields, center, a poolee with Permanent Contact Station (PCS) Dyersburg, curls a bar alongside Staff Sgt. Brylon N. Shockley, left, a canvassing recruiter, PCS Dyersburg, Recruiting Substation Jackson, Recruiting Station Nashville, during a physical training session with the poolees of PCS Dyersburg, at Dyersburg High School, Dyersburg, Tennessee, Aug. 27, 2020. Poolees participate in physical training sessions with the recruiters to ensure they are physically prepared to endure the challenges of Marine Corps recruit training. Alexia and her older brother Jaquan, back-right, both poolees with PCS Dyersburg, have overcome personal adversity resulting in growth and gained confidence, which further solidified their decisions to join the Marine Corps Delayed Entry Program.
The poolees of Permanent Contact Station Dyersburg participate in a semi-weekly physical training session at Dyersburg High School, Dyersburg, Tennessee, Aug. 27, 2020.  Poolees participate in physical training with the recruiters to ensure they are prepared to endure the challenges of Marine Corps recruit training.
U.S. Marine Corps Lt. Col. Matthew J. Grabowski, center, the commander of troops during the 4th Marine Corps District Change of Command ceremony, receives orders from the new district commanding officer, Col. Heather J. Cotia, left, during the district change of command ceremony at the West Shore Country Club, Camp Hill, Pennsylvania, July 16, 2020. Col. Robert M. Clark relinquished his command to Cotoia after three years commanding the 4th Marine Corps District. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Cpl. Cody J. Ohira)
U.S. Marine Corps Col. Robert M. Clark, right, delivers his final remarks about his time as the commanding officer to the Marines, families and attendees of the 4th Marine Corps District Change of Command ceremony, held at the West Shore Country Club, Camp Hill, Pennsylvania, July 16, 2020. Col. Clark relinquished his command to Col. Heather J. Cotoia after three years commanding the 4th Marine Corps District. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Cpl. Cody J. Ohira)
U.S. Marine Corps Col. Robert M. Clark, right, passes the unit's colors to Col. Heather J. Cotoia during the 4th Marine Corps District change of command ceremony at the West Shore Country Club, Camp Hill, Pennsylvania, July 16, 2020. The passing of the unit colors symbolizes the official transfer of authority between the two officers.  (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Cpl. Cody J. Ohira)
U.S. Marines with the 4th Marine Corps District color guard stand at parade rest during the district's change of command ceremony at the West Shore Country Club, Camp Hill, PA, July 16, 2020. After three years of service as the commanding officer of the 4th Marine Corps District, Col. Robert M. Clark relinquished his command to Col. Heather J. Cotoia during the ceremony.  (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Cpl. Cody J. Ohira)
U.S. Marine Corps Col. Heather J. Cotoia, Commanding Officer, 4th Marine Corps District, addresses the audience during the district change of command ceremony at the West Shore Country Club, Camp Hill, Pennsylvania, July 16, 2020. Col. Robert M. Clark relinquished his command to Cotoia after three years commanding the 4th Marine Corps District. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Cpl. Cody J. Ohira)
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