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GARDEN CITY, N.Y.—Sgt. Maj. Michael Barrett, the sergeant major of the United States Marine Corps, speaks during a sergeant major relief and appointment ceremony for the 1st Marine Corps District, at the Cradle of Aviation Museum Oct. 30. Barrett is the 17th Sergeant Major of the United States Marine Corps and has served three years in his current billet. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Brandon Thomas)
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GARDEN CITY, N.Y.—Sgt. Maj. Samuel Heyward,stands at attention during his relief and appointment ceremonyat the Cradle of Aviation Museum Oct. 30. Heyward has been selected to be the sergeant major of Marine Corps Recruiting Command. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Brandon Thomas)
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Combat Center spouses utilize their Marine Corps Martial Arts Program training during a Jane Wayne day for 7th Marine Regiment aboard the Combat Center, Oct. 8, 2014. Spouses were able to gain a glimpse into the life of their Marine. (Photo by Pfc. Medina Ayala-Lo)
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Spouses receive a demonstration on Marine Corps Martial Arts during a Jane Wayne day aboard the Combat Center, Oct. 8, 2014. The day was held for spouses of 7th Marine Regiment. (Photo by Pfc. Medina Ayala-Lo)
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Brandi Long, spouse, receives a demonstration on how to operate the M4 service rifle during a Jane Wayne day for 7th Marine Regiment aboard the Combat Center, Oct. 8, 2014. Spouses were afforded the opportunity to shoot weapons on Range 220. (Photo by Pfc. Medina Ayala-Lo)
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Cpl. Scott Darby, communications, 7th Marine Regiment, demonstrates Marine Corps Martial Arts Program techniques during a Jane Wayne day aboard the Combat Center, Oct. 8, 2014. The spouses received a MCMAP demonstration and were then able to apply the techniques learned. (Photo by Pfc. Medina Ayala-Lo)
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Marines with U.S. Marine Corps Detachment Fort Lee, Va., stopped at a memorial honoring Marine Corps legend Lt. Gen. Lewis B. "Chesty" Puller in his birth town of West Point, Va., during the 21st annual Chest Run Oct. 24. The Marines run 66 miles from Fort Lee to Saluda, Va., to Puller's final resting place at Christ Church cemetery.
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Lt. Col. Thomas H. Gilley IV, U.S. Marine Corps Detachment Fort Lee commanding officer; and Master Gunnery Sgt. Tony C. Smith, Marine Corps Food Service School staff noncommissioned officer in charge; lead a formation of more than 300 Marines through the town of Saluda Oct. 24, for the 21st annual Chesty Run. Each year, the detachment runs 66 miles from Fort Lee to Saluda to honor Marine Corps legend Lt. Gen. Lewis B. "Chesty" Puller at his final resting place at Christ Church cemetery.
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Pvt. Chance Guenther and Pfc. Nathaniel Lohr carry the U.S. Marine Corps Detachment colors past the birth place of Lt. Gen. Lewis B. "Chesty" Puller, the most decorated Marine in the Corps' history, Oct. 24. Puller was born June 26, 1898 in West Point, Va. and spent his early years in the house in the background.
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Sgt. Major Justin Lehew, sergeant major, Training and Education Command, and Marine Korean War veteran Sgt. Charles Curcio pose for a picture at the Globe and Laurel restaurant on Saturday.
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Megan Darby, spouse, uses a modified M240 machine gun in a virtual patrol at the Combat Convoy Simulator at Camp Wilson during a Jane Wayne day for 7th Marine Regiment, Oct. 8, 2014. The day was held in an effort to give spouses an experience of their Marine’s day-to-day life.
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Sgt. Tori R. Poland, left, machine gunner with Weapons Company, Ground Combat Element Integrated Task Force, and Lance Cpl. William H. Clark, assistant machine gunner with Weapons Co., GCEITF, change out the barrel of the M240B Medium Machine Gun during the battle-sight-zero (BZO) course of fire, Oct. 30, 2014. Marines with Company A and B, Battery A, and Weapons Company conducted live-fire training, Oct. 28-30, 2014, to familiarize themselves with the weapon systems. From October 2014 to July 2015, the GCEITF will conduct individual and collective level skills training in designated ground combat arms occupational specialties in order to facilitate the standards based assessment of the physical performance of Marines in a simulated operating environment performing specific ground combat arms tasks. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Alicia R. Leaders/Released)
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Sgt. Damien Hall, right, rifleman with Company A, Ground Combat Element Integrated Task Force, observes impacted targets of Sgt. Kyle W. Stubbeman, rifleman with Co. A, GCEITF, during a live-fire shoot where Marines engaged targets at an unknown distance with an elevated heart rate at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, Oct. 30, 2014.  Marines with Company A and B, Battery A, and Weapons Company conducted live-fire training, Oct. 28-30, 2014, to familiarize themselves with the weapon systems. From October 2014 to July 2015, the GCEITF will conduct individual and collective level skills training in designated ground combat arms occupational specialties in order to facilitate the standards based assessment of the physical performance of Marines in a simulated operating environment performing specific ground combat arms tasks. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Alicia R. Leaders/Released)
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Sgt. Tori R. Poland, left, machine gunner with Weapons Company, Ground Combat Element Integrated Task Force, and Lance Cpl. William H. Clark, assistant machine gunner with Weapons Co., GCEITF, fire rounds downrange to determine the battle-sight-zero (BZO) with the M240B Medium Machine Gun during a live-fire shoot, Oct. 30, 2014. Marines with Company A and B, Battery A, and Weapons Company conducted live-fire training, Oct. 28-30, 2014, to familiarize themselves with the weapon systems. From October 2014 to July 2015, the GCEITF will conduct individual and collective level skills training in designated ground combat arms occupational specialties in order to facilitate the standards based assessment of the physical performance of Marines in a simulated operating environment performing specific ground combat arms tasks. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Alicia R. Leaders/Released)
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Food service specialists with 10th Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division,  serve a warm meal to Marines during Exercise Rolling Thunder on Fort Bragg, N.C., Oct. 21, 2014.  “It’s nice to eat something warm that you don’t have to open out of a package while you’re in the field.  Marines definitely appreciate the chance to talk about their day over a hot meal,” said Gunnery Sgt. Stanley Clink, a watch chief for Headquarters Battery, 10th Marines, and a Sweetwater, Tenn., native. Rolling Thunder tested the Marines’ ability to work together as a Marine Air-Ground Task Force. The food service specialists did their part by boosting morale by with hot meals in a deployed environment. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Kirstin Merrimarahajara/Released)
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Private First Class Donte Wright, a food specialist with 10th Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division, from Edenton, N.C., smiles as he distributes hot food to his fellow Marines during exercise Rolling Thunder on Fort Bragg, N.C., Oct. 21, 2014.  Rolling Thunder tested the Marines’ ability to work together as a Marine Air-Ground Task Force. The food service specialists did their part by boosting morale by with hot meals in a deployed environment.  “It’s a great feeling knowing I can bring a smile to someone’s face by filling their stomachs,” said Wright. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Kirstin Merrimarahajara/Released)
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