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Master Sgt. Pauline Franklin, May 25, 2013
ASAN BEACH, Guam -- Memorial Day is traditionally a day to remember service members who have given their lives in far-away lands, but on Guam, it’s much more personal.“The fever of service and patriotism runs high on Guam,” said Park Ranger Daniel Brown, a Marquette, Mich., native who works for the National Park Service on Guam. “People here felt
Kristen Wong, KAILUA
Manpower, Personnel and Administration Marines volunteer at Kailua Elementary's School's water fun day.
Lance Cpl. Suzanna Lapi, Marine Corps Training Area Bellows, Hawaii
As the chaos of noncombatant evacuation operation training surrounded them, Marines with Fox Company, 2nd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment worked together to subdue the crowd of role-players simulating wounded, scared civilians at MCTAB military operations on urban terrain town, May 16.
Kristen Wong, MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII
Echo Battery, 2nd Battalion, 12th Marine Regiment, deactivates at Marine Corps Base Hawaii after being active since 2008.
Lance Cpl. Nathan Knapke, MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII
More than 200 Marines and sailors gathered at the base theater during “Rum and Vodka,” an Outside the Wire production, which aims to create awareness of social health issues, May 17.
Cpl. James A. Sauter, HONOLULU
With the introduction of foreigners to the Hawaiian Islands over the centuries, present day Hawaii is home to many religious cultures, including Christianity, Buddhism and the native Hawaiian religion.
Sgt. Ned Johnson, COMBAT OUTPOST NOW ZAD, Afghanistan
A Marine climbs to the top of an Afghan National Police tower to provide security, more than three years since the last time he was in Afghanistan. As he surveys the area, he recognizes a voice he hasn’t heard in years speaking a language he doesn’t understand. He climbs back down the tower and recognizes an old friend. After exchanging brief
GySgt. Reina Barnett, Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, Calif.
Growing up in Lewiston, Idaho, a small town of about 40,000 people, Sgt. Jacey Marks
Cpl. Michael S. Lockett, USS CARTER HALL, At sea
Ship life is a triumph of design by efficiency. Each minute of the day is designed to help contribute to the smooth running of the vessel. That means the day to day routine aboard a naval vessel, especially for the Marines it conveys from one shore to the next, can be precisely that: routine. Many Marines need something else in their day-to-day
Cpl. Michael S. Lockett, USS Carter Hall, At sea
The amphibious assault vehicles crouch, chained to the deck like squat, armored animals in the damp heat of the lower vehicle stowage. Painted green, protruding with heavy weapons and hatches, metal plates and storage racks on the outside, arrayed in rows stretching toward the gate at the stern of the ship, ready to splash into the ocean