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Sgt. Jose Murillo, left, instructs a Massachusetts Institute of Technology basketball player on a proper ‘ammo can’ lift October 18, 2014. The activities were a part of a Marine Corps Leadership Seminar at MIT. The leadership seminars conducted by Marine Corps Recruiting Station Portsmouth, N.H. are a part of an initiative to spread the word about Marine Corps leadership in an attempt to mentor young high school and college students across New England. Murillo is a recruiter with Recruiting Substation North Boston in Saugus and hails from Cochabamba, Bolivia.
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Sgt. Jose Murillo, (right) defends a goal during a leadership seminar at Danvers High School Sept. 18, 2014. The seminars conducted by Marine Corps Recruiting Station Portsmouth, N.H. are a part of an initiative to spread the word about Marine Corps leadership in an attempt to mentor young high school and college students across New England. Murillo moved to Waltham, Massachusetts from Bolivia. “The one thing I told my mother growing up is that one day I will take care of you,” Murillo said about his mother’s decision to move her family to the states after a tough stretch in Bolivia. Since arriving on recruiting duty in August 2013 Murillo has done just that by having his mother, Maria, move in with him.
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Sgt. Jose Murillo demonstrates an ammo can lift during a leadership seminar at Salem State University August 22, 2014. The seminars conducted by Marine Corps Recruiting Station Portsmouth, N.H. are a part of an initiative to spread the word about Marine Corps leadership in an attempt to mentor young high school and college students across New England. Murillo has served 11 years in the Marine Corps after moving from Bolivia and gets promoted to the rank of staff sergeant this coming November.
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Bolivian-born Sgt. Jose Murillo demonstrates a firemen’s carry during a pool function held at Danvers High School. Murillo moved to Waltham, Massachusetts when he was six-years-old along with his mother and two sisters. Murillo served six combat deployments as an infantryman, and is currently serving as a canvassing recruiter out of Recruiting Substation North Boston in Saugus, Massachusetts.
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Ladies attending a Women’s Health Conference participate in a zumba exercise session at Phoebe HealthWorks, Albany, Ga., Oct. 18. The event was held to promote early detection and to celebrate breast cancer survivors.
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Phillip Partin, fire chief (fourth from right), and Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s Fire and Rescue team show their support in the fight against breast cancer by wearing pink T-shirts during this month, which is set aside to raise awareness of the illness.
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The Hatch Act provides federal employees guidelines for participation in political activities.
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Marines with Marine Corps Logistics Command reunite with family and friends Oct. 21 in front of Building 3700 upon their return home from a deployment in Afghanistan. Above is Capt. Jason Schneider with his family and above left is Master Sgt. Guy Schneider.
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Superheroes, ghosts and goblins converge upon Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Wednesday. Capt. Monica Laux escorted three tikes to various offices in Building 3500 to collect treats.
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Marines from the installation escort breast cancer survivors down a runway in a hat fashion show at Phoebe HealthWorks, Albany, Ga., Oct. 18. The event was one of several activities conducted during a Women’s Health Conference, which celebrated breast cancer survivors.
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Sgt. Candice Clark (right) stands in the dugout with her All-Marine softball teammates Lance Cpl. Vanessa Crump (second right), Cpl. Rebecca Trimmer (third right) and Sgt. Aisha Shapiro-Kinghorn.
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Children from the Child Development Center arrive at Building 3500 to parade down its hallway for Halloween treats.
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Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s fire and safety personnel attend the 20th annual Kids Fire Safety Show at the Albany Civic Center, Albany, Georgia, recently. The MCLB Albany team represented the installation, along with other agencies, who educated hundreds of area elementary students on fire safety. Dressed up for the occasion, which was held during the National Fire Prevention Week observance, are (left to right) Luke Bennett, firefighter/emergency medical technician; Rod Staley, fire inspector; and Alvin Thomas, firefighter/EMT.
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Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s fire and safety personnel attend the 20th annual Kids Fire Safety Show at the Albany Civic Center, Albany, Georgia, recently. The MCLB Albany team represented the installation, along with other agencies, who educated hundreds of area elementary students on fire safety. Dressed up for the occasion, which was held during the National Fire Prevention Week observance, are (left to right) Luke Bennett, firefighter/emergency medical technician; Rod Staley, fire inspector; and Alvin Thomas, firefighter/EMT.
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Sgt. Candice Clark (back row third left) poses with the U.S. Armed Forces Women’s Softball Team. The team competed in the 2014 Association of America Slow Pitch Women’s Open National Championship.
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A U.S. Marine with Lima Company, Battalion Landing Team 3rd Battalion, 1st Marine Regiment, 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit, provides suppressive fire during a vertical assault raid exercise aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., Oct. 28, 2014. BLT 3/1 is the 15th MEU’s ground combat element. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Emmanuel Ramos/Released)
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