MARINE CORPS PHOTOS

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1st Marine Corps District Marines and guests stand in recognition of the colors at the Cradle of Aviation Museum during the sergeant major’s relief and appointment ceremony Oct. 30. Sgt. Maj. Irvin Howard, the previous Sergeant Major of 1st Battalion, 9th Marine Regiment and the current sergeant major of the 1st MCD, replaces Sgt. Maj. Samuel Heyward. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Brandon Thomas)
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MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII - Chief Warrant Officer 4 Carlos Tsapelas, Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear defense officer for U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific, pays his final respects to Chief Warrant Officer 3 John “Jack” Johnson, who shares the same billet but is from a different unit, Oct. 24. Jack passed away Oct. 16. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Brittney Vella)
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Cpl. Josephina Garza, pay chief with 12th Marine Corps District is
interviewed for a Military Salute segment on FM 105.7 MAX and AM 1090 Sports
radio in their studio at Broadcast Company of the Americas San Diego, Oct.
30, 2014. Cpl Garza was selected for the interview after winning the
meritorious sergeant promotion board for the Western Recruiting Region.
(Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Rebecca Eller/Released)
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Maj. Kendrick L. Gaines, commanding officer of Recruiting Station Atlanta, right, congratulates and hands Sgt. Henry O. Moran, canvassing recruiter of Recruiting Substation Kennesaw, Recruiting Station Atlanta, a Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal certificate at the 4th Recon Battalion Center in Smyrna, Georgia. Moran was awarded the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal for being awarded the Recruiter of the Year award. (Official Marine Corps photo by Cpl. John-Paul Imbody)
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Staff Sgt. Bajro Buzaljko, staff non-commissioned officer in charge of Recruiting Substation Kennesaw, Recruiting Station Atlanta, stands at attention while the citation of his newly awarded Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal is being read at the 4th Recon Battalion Center in Smyrna, Georgia. Buzaljko was awarded the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Award for being awarded the Staff Non-Commissioned Officer of the Year Award. (Official Marine Corps photo by Cpl. John-Paul Imbody)
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Children from throughout the Tri-Command laughed, played and dressed as a myriad of different characters at the Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron Harvest Fest, Oct. 25. Halloween costumes brightened the festive event where the squadron provided games and activities to build camaraderie and morale. H&HS supports and enhances the combat readiness of the Air Station and focuses on improving the quality of life for military personnel, their families and the work force assigned to Fightertown.
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Children from throughout the Tri-Command laughed, played and dressed as a myriad of different characters at the Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron Harvest Fest, Oct. 25. Halloween costumes brightened the festive event where the squadron provided games and activities to build camaraderie and morale. H&HS supports and enhances the combat readiness of the Air Station and focuses on improving the quality of life for military personnel, their families and the work force assigned to Fightertown.
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Children from throughout the Tri-Command laughed, played and dressed as a myriad of different characters at the Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron Harvest Fest, Oct. 25. Halloween costumes brightened the festive event where the squadron provided games and activities to build camaraderie and morale. H&HS supports and enhances the combat readiness of the Air Station and focuses on improving the quality of life for military personnel, their families and the work force assigned to Fightertown.
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Children from throughout the Tri-Command laughed, played and dressed as a myriad of different characters at the Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron Harvest Fest, Oct. 25. Halloween costumes brightened the festive event where the squadron provided games and activities to build camaraderie and morale. H&HS supports and enhances the combat readiness of the Air Station and focuses on improving the quality of life for military personnel, their families and the work force assigned to Fightertown.
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Children from throughout the Tri-Command laughed, played and dressed as a myriad of different characters at the Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron Harvest Fest, Oct. 25. Halloween costumes brightened the festive event where the squadron provided games and activities to build camaraderie and morale. H&HS supports and enhances the combat readiness of the Air Station and focuses on improving the quality of life for military personnel, their families and the work force assigned to Fightertown.
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The Police Chiefs’ Association held their monthly meeting aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, Oct. 23. Representatives from departments included the Marine Corps’ Provost Marshal’s Office, FBI and City of Beaufort Police Department.
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Marines, veterans and their families gathered at the Yemassee train station for the 2nd Annual Yemassee Train Depot Reunion Oct. 16. Yemassee was the first stop for eager recruits seeking to earn the title United States Marine before reaching Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island from 1915 to 1965. Many Marines that fought in wars and conflicts spanning WWI through Vietnam began their transformation at the train station.
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Marines, veterans and their families gathered at the Yemassee train station for the 2nd Annual Yemassee Train Depot Reunion Oct. 16. Yemassee was the first stop for eager recruits seeking to earn the title United States Marine before reaching Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island from 1915 to 1965. Many Marines that fought in wars and conflicts spanning WWI through Vietnam began their transformation at the train station.
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Marines, veterans and their families gathered at the Yemassee train station for the 2nd Annual Yemassee Train Depot Reunion Oct. 16. Yemassee was the first stop for eager recruits seeking to earn the title United States Marine before reaching Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island from 1915 to 1965. Many Marines that fought in wars and conflicts spanning WWI through Vietnam began their transformation at the train station.
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Marines, veterans and their families gathered at the Yemassee train station for the 2nd Annual Yemassee Train Depot Reunion Oct. 16. Yemassee was the first stop for eager recruits seeking to earn the title United States Marine before reaching Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island from 1915 to 1965. Many Marines that fought in wars and conflicts spanning WWI through Vietnam began their transformation at the train station.
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Marines, veterans and their families gathered at the Yemassee train station for the 2nd Annual Yemassee Train Depot Reunion Oct. 16. Yemassee was the first stop for eager recruits seeking to earn the title United States Marine before reaching Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island from 1915 to 1965. Many Marines that fought in wars and conflicts spanning WWI through Vietnam began their transformation at the train station.
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