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MCMWTC Sergeant Major Steven P. Brunner
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Lance Corporal Diomar Guano, range coach on Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, Calif., teaches children with the Excelsior High Desert Young Marine program how to shoot weapons on an Indoor Simulated Marksmanship Trainer here, April 12. Active-duty Marines here gave the Young Marines professional military education during their time on MCLB Barstow.
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Officers with Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow’s Marine Corps Police Department practice clearing during an active shooter exercise here, April 9. The purpose of the training was to hone and develop MCPD officer’s skills on responding to active shooter incidents.
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Through confused, innocent eyes, knowing what to do may not be within their range of vision. One in 10 children are sexually abused before their 18th birthday, and less than one-third of the cases are reported, according to www.d2l.org.
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Members of Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 467 take off in a UH-1Y Venom at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, N.C., April 21, 2014. The flight crew conducted visual and instrument flight rules flying, gaining trust in their equipment.
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Members of Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 467 take off in a UH-1Y Venom at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, N.C., April 21, 2014. The flight crew conducted visual and instrument flight rules flying to gain trust in their equipment. This type of flying improves the pilots as a whole by allowing the squadron to operate in all-weather conditions.
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American and Japanese participants of the 2014 Kintai Marathon, which took place aboard Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, run past a puddle, April 13. The Kintai Marathon is one of the few annual events that give Japanese citizens an opportunity to come aboard station. Approximately 800 people signed up for the full marathon, half marathon and five-kilometer walk.
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A Japanese participant of the 2014 Kintai Marathon, which took place aboard Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, runs past the finish line, April 13. The Kintai Marathon is one of the few annual events that give Japanese citizens an opportunity to come aboard station. Approximately 800 people signed up for the full marathon, half marathon and five-kilometer walk.
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Japanese participants of the 2014 Kintai Marathon, which took place aboard Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, rest on each other after completing a half-marathon, April 13. The Kintai Marathon is one of the few annual events that give Japanese citizens an opportunity to come aboard station. Approximately 800 people signed up for the full marathon, half marathon and five-kilometer walk.
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Japanese participants of the 2014 Kintai Marathon, which took place aboard Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, cross the finish line after running a half-marathon, April 13. The Kintai Marathon is one of the few annual events that give Japanese citizens an opportunity to come aboard station. Approximately 800 people signed up for the full marathon, half marathon and five-kilometer walk.
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A Japanese participant of the 2014 Kintai Marathon, which took place aboard Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, runs barefoot toward the half-marathon finish line, April 13. The Kintai Marathon is one of the few annual events that give Japanese citizens an opportunity to come aboard station. Approximately 800 people signed up for the full marathon, half marathon and five-kilometer walk.
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Americans and Japanese participants stretch before beginning the full marathon portion of the 2014 Kintai Marathon, which took place aboard Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, April 13. The marathon is one of the few annual events that give Japanese citizens an opportunity to come aboard station. Approximately 800 people signed up for the full marathon, half marathon and five-kilometer walk.
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Nobuhisa Tanigawa, a participant of the 2014 Kintai Marathon, which took place aboard Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, runs through finish line tape after completing a marathon, April 13. The Kintai Marathon is one of the few annual events that give Japanese citizens an opportunity to come aboard station. Approximately 800 people signed up for the full marathon, half marathon and five-kilometer walk.
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Staff Sgt. James Timmins, left, operations chief with Marine Attack Squadron 211, speaks with Master Sgt. Jose Rena, right, a symposium mentor with Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 39, about a topic during Committed and Engaged Staff Sergeant Professional Military Education aboard Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, Calif., April 22. Participants took part in guided discussions where they could sit down with an important topic and tackle it with help from peers to better equip themselves, their Marines and the Marine Corps.
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Staff sergeants and sergeants selected for promotion with 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing attend a group discussion during Committed and Engaged Staff Sergeant Professional Military Education aboard Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, Calif., April 22. Participants took part in discussions on leadership and shared tools of the trade on how to be a staff sergeant in today’s Marine Corps as part of Maj. Gen. Steven Busby’s, 3rd MAW commanding general, Committed and Engaged Leadership initiative.
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Sgt. Markdaniel Maddix, selected for promotion to staff sergeant and a quality assurance representative with Marine Fighter Attack Training Squadron 101, attends a group discussion during Committed and Engaged Staff Sergeant Professional Military Education aboard Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, Calif., April 22. The three-day course is part of Maj. Gen. Steven Busby’s, 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing commanding general, Committed and Engaged Leadership initiative. It allowed participants to get away from the work environment and into the field where they could focus on learning from each other about leadership.
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