HomePhotos

MARINE CORPS PHOTOS

Marine Week Detroit is a chance to connect with our Marines, Sailors, veterans and their families from different generations.
Marine Week Detroit is a chance to connect with our Marines, Sailors, veterans and their families from different generations.
Marine Week Detroit is a chance to connect with our Marines, Sailors, veterans and their families from different generations.
Marine Week Detroit is a chance to connect with our Marines, Sailors, veterans and their families from different generations.
Marine Week Detroit is a chance to connect with our Marines, Sailors, veterans and their families from different generations.
Marine Week Detroit is a chance to connect with our Marines, Sailors, veterans and their families from different generations.
Marine Week Detroit is a chance to connect with our Marines, Sailors, veterans and their families from different generations.
Critical Skills Operators with U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Special Operations Command train with freeze-dried plasma during a Raven exercise at Camp Shelby Joint Force Training Center, Miss., May 1, 2017. CSOs go through a condensed version of FDP training to familiarize themselves with the product for use in the field.
Critical Skills Operators with U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Special Operations Command simulate administering freeze-dried plasma to a role-playing casualty during a Raven exercise at Camp Shelby Joint Force Training Center, Miss., May 1, 2017. After FDP returns from a deployment it’s put into quarantine and used during training exercises by CSOs and the Special Amphibious Reconnaissance Corpsmen.
Critical Skills Operators with U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Special Operations Command reconstitute freeze-dried plasma during a Raven exercise at Camp Shelby Joint Force Training Center, Miss., May 1, 2017. CSOs go through a condensed version of FDP training to familiarize themselves with the product for use in the field.
The Marine Corps Silent Drill Platoon performs at Campus Martius during the Marine Week Detroit opening ceremony, Sept. 6, 2017. More than 700 Marines are participating in Marine Week Detroit to give the citizens of the greater Detroit area the opportunity to meet their Marines and celebrate community, country and Corps.
The Marine Corps Silent Drill Platoon performs at the Marine Week Detroit opening ceremony, Sept. 6, 2017. Marine Week Detroit is an opportunity to commemorate the unwavering support of the American people, and show the Marines Corps’ continued dedication to protecting the citizens of this country.
The Marine Corps Silent Drill Platoon performs at Campus Martius during the Marine Week Detroit opening ceremony, Sept. 6, 2017. More than 700 Marines are participating in Marine Week Detroit to give the citizens of the greater Detroit area the opportunity to meet their Marines and celebrate community, country and Corps.
U.S. Marine Capt. Gregory Jurschak, Platoon Commander, over looks The Marine Corps Silent Drill Platoon at Campus Martius during the Marine Week Detroit opening ceremony, Sept. 6, 2017.  Marine Week Detroit is an opportunity to commemorate the unwavering support of the American people, and show the Marines Corps’ continued dedication to protecting the citizens of this country.
Sgt. William Hershey and Lance Cpl. Donovan Thomas from the Marine Band San Diego pose with Hershey's grandmother before their performance at Campus Martius Park, during the Marine Week Detroit opening ceremony, Sept. 6, 2017. Marine Week Detroit is an opportunity to connect with the people of the greater Detroit area, and thank them for their support.
Commandant of the Marine Corps, General Robert Neller spent time with gold-star mothers before the opening ceremony at Marine Week Detroit, Sept. 6, 2017. Marine Week Detroit is an opportunity to commemorate the unwavering support of the American people, and show the Marines Corps’ continued dedication to protecting the citizens of this country.
Michigan local, Lance Cpl. Charles Woods with the Official Color Guard of the Marine Corps practices his drill manual leading up to the opening ceremony at Marine Week Detroit, Sept. 6, 2017. Marine Week provides an opportunity for the Marine Corps to visit a city that normally doesn’t have opportunities to interact with Marines on a regular basis.
Marines stand in formation upon their arrival to the Marine Week Detroit opening ceremony Campus Martius Park, Detroit, Sept. 6th, 2017. Marine Week Detroit is an opportunity to commemorate the unwavering support of the American people, and show the Marines Corps’ continued dedication to protecting the citizens of this country.
Marines stand in formation upon their arrival to the Marine Week Detroit opening ceremony Campus Martius Park, Detroit, Sept. 6th, 2017. Marine Week Detroit is an opportunity to commemorate the unwavering support of the American people, and show the Marines Corps’ continued dedication to protecting the citizens of this country.
The Official Color Guard of the Marine Corps presents the colors during the  national anthem at Marine Week Detroit’s opening ceremony, Sept. 6, 2017.  Marine Week Detroit is an opportunity to commemorate the unwavering support of the American people, and show the Marines Corps’ continued dedication to protecting the citizens of this country.