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Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va.

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U.S. Marine Corps Maj. Jared Reddinger and Gunnery Sgt. Bradley Phillips present Holand Morris the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps scholarship on May 16, 2019. The NROTC scholarship grants young men and women full scholarships to the school of their choosing. While attending school they will complete Officer Candidates School and upon graduation they will commission as an officer.
U.S. Marines assigned to 12th Marine Corps District, Western Recruiting Region, pose for a photo at Mount Soledad after a physical training event in San Diego, Calif., May 17, 2019.
Coaches attending Marine Corps Recruiting Command’s 2019 Coaches Workshop pose for a group photo with Marines during the Coaches Workshop aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia, May 16, 2019. The Coaches Workshop educates approximately 50 collegiate coaches from across the nation about essential Marine Corps leadership skills and programs that they can share with their student athletes based on first-hand experiences. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Mitchell Collyer)
U.S. Marine Corps Maj. Jared Reddinger and Gunnery Sgt. Bradley Phillips present Holand Morris the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps scholarship on May 16, 2019. The NROTC scholarship grants young men and women full scholarships to the school of their choosing. While attending school they will complete Officer Candidates School and upon graduation they will commission as an officer.
U.S. Marine Capt. Rachel Baker presents Maximilian Mars with his NROTC scholarship check. Mars was one of eight students from Recruiting Station Sacramento to be selected to receive the scholarship.
Mason Hartshorn (right) wrestles and wins against Haiden Drury during the US Marine Corps Open Wrestling Championships in Las Vegas, April 25, 2019. USA Wrestling has more than 226,000 members. Each year, USA Wrestling charters over 4,500 wrestling clubs and sanctions over 2,100 local, state, regional and national competitions. US Marines partner with and attend organizational championships such as the US Marine Corps Open Championships to support student athletes, coaches and their communities, to inform young people about opportunities within the Marine Corps, and to continue to foster the fighting spirit that Marines and athletes share. (US Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Naomi May)
US Marine Sgt. Devin Hester wrestles Taylor Lamont during the US Marine Corps Open Wrestling Championships in Las Vegas, April 25, 2019. USA Wrestling, a representative of the United States Olympic Committee, is the central organization that coordinates amateur wrestling programs throughout the nation. The partnership between the US Marine Corps and USA Wrestling originated through shared principles such as discipline, physical fitness, aggressive attitude, and mental and physical toughness. The Marine Corps continues to support USA Wrestling to increase awareness and positive perception of the Corps while also informing athletes of opportunities they may have by serving in the force. (US Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Naomi May)
Marine Sgt. Raymond Bunker accepts victory after wrestling against Ravaughn Perkins during the US Marine Corps Open Wrestling Championships in Las Vegas, April 26, 2019.  USA Wrestling has more than 226,000 members. Each year, USA Wrestling charters over 4,500 wrestling clubs and sanctions over 2,100 local, state, regional and national competitions. US Marines partner with and attend organizational championships such as the US Marine Corps Open Championships to support student athletes, coaches and their communities, to inform young people about opportunities within the Marine Corps, and to continue to foster the fighting spirit that Marines and athletes share. (US Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Naomi May)
The Recruiting Station commanders of "Force 12" run to the summit of Iron Mountain in Poway, Calif., during a District Commander's Operations & Training Symposium held April 12, 2019.
Lance Cpl. Caleb Eudy, with Charlie Company, 1st recruit training battalion, provides security during an event at the Crucible on Parris Island, South Carolina. April 12, 2019. An Arab, AL native, Eudy was diagnosed with Lymphoma when he went through recruit training for the first time in 2016; after nearly one thousand days in recruit training and on medical hold, he achieved his dream of becoming a Marine. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Andrew Neumann)
Marine Sgt. Amber Haddix, Sgt. Bree-Anna Perez, Sgt. Norma Gavilanes and Sgt. Carly Jones, all drill instructors at Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, South Carolina, march onto the Amalie Arena basketball court bearing rifles and the national ensign and Marine Corps colors for the national anthem at the National Collegiate Athletic Association Women’s Final Four Basketball Tournament Championship in Tampa, Florida, April 7, 2019. The tournament ran in conjunction with the 2019 Women’s Basketball Coaches Association Convention. The Marine Corps Recruiting Command has taken deliberate actions to increase diversity accessions and outreach by partnering with and attending engagement events such as WBCA, reprioritizing elements of advertising programs, increasing awareness of scholarships opportunities, and analyzing prospects and processing. The WBCA’s mission is to promote women’s basketball by unifying coaches at all levels to develop a reputable identity for the sport and to foster and promote the development of the game of basketball as a sport for women and girls. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Naomi May)
Marines Sgt. Jeremy McBroom and Staff Sgt. Steven Bellamy, explosive ordnance disposal technicians for 2nd EOD Company, 8th Engineer Support Battalion, discuss EOD robots with Chigozie Erondu, a freshman at George Mason University, during a National Society of Black Engineers conference career fair in Detroit, Michigan, March 29, 2019. NSBE is holding its 45th annual national convention consisting of various programs and workshops that are designed to benefit grade school, collegiate, technical, professional and international attendees and the U.S. Marine Corps is a partner organization. Marines partner with organizations like NSBE to ensure its message of opportunity reaches diverse audiences. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Mitchell Collyer)
Claude King, a senior at Hampton University, discuss career opportunities with Gunnery Sgt. Latyra Sayers, a career recruiter with Recruiting Station San Diego, during a National Society of Black Engineers conference career fair in Detroit, Michigan, March 28. NSBE is holding its 45th annual national convention consisting of various programs and workshops that are designed to benefit grade school, collegiate, technical, professional and international attendees and the U.S. Marine Corps is a partner organization. Marines partner with organizations like NSBE to ensure its message of opportunity reaches diverse audiences. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Mitchell Collyer)
U.S. Marine Corps Officer candidates with Officer Selection Offices San Jose, Berkeley, and Sacramento stand in a formation during a Mini Officer Candidate School at U.S. Army Reserve Camp Parks in Dublin, Calif., March 23, 2019. Mini OCS is designed to give candidates and applicants an idea of what to expect at Marine Corps Officer Candidate School. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Christian Cachola)
U.S. Marine Corps Officer candidates and applicants with Officer Selection Office Berkeley prepare for their next period of instruction during a Mini Officer Candidate School at U.S. Army Reserve Camp Parks in Dublin, Calif., March 23, 2019. Mini OCS is designed to give candidates and applicants an idea of what to expect at Marine Corps Officer Candidate School. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Christian Cachola)
U.S. Marine Corps Officer candidates with Officer Selection Office Berkeley check their gear during a Mini Officer Candidate School at U.S. Army Reserve Camp Parks in Dublin, Calif., March 23, 2019. Mini OCS is designed to give candidates and applicants an idea of what to expect at Marine Corps Officer Candidate School. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Christian Cachola)
U.S. Marine Corps Officer candidates with Officer Selection Office San Jose crawl through mud during a Mini Officer Candidate School at U.S. Army Reserve Camp Parks in Dublin, Calif., March 23, 2019. Mini OCS is designed to give candidates and applicants an idea of what to expect at Marine Corps Officer Candidate School. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Christian Cachola)
U.S. Marine Corps Gunnery Sgt. Juan Aguilera (center left), a Physical Training Instructor with U.S. Marine Corps Officer Candidate School, briefs the 3-mile run route to candidates and applicants during a Mini OCS at U.S. Army Reserve Camp Parks in Dublin, Calif., March 23, 2019. Mini OCS is designed to give candidates and applicants an idea of what to expect at Marine Corps Officer Candidate School. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Christian Cachola)
U.S. Marine Corps Gunnery Sgt. Juan Aguilera, a Physical Training Instructor with U.S. Marine Corps Officer Candidate School, answers questions during a Mini OCS at U.S. Army Reserve Camp Parks in Dublin, Calif., March 23, 2019. Mini OCS is designed to give candidates and applicants an idea of what to expect at Marine Corps Officer Candidate School. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Christian Cachola)
U.S. Marine Corps Officer candidates with Officer Selection Office Sacramento stand in a formation during a Mini Officer Candidate School at U.S. Army Reserve Camp Parks in Dublin, Calif., March 23, 2019. Mini OCS is designed to give candidates and applicants an idea of what to expect at Marine Corps Officer Candidate School. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Christian Cachola)