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Sgt. Nichole Stoehrer, a marketing and communication Marine at Recruiting Station San Francisco, stands in the honor guard to welcome the USA Rugby women’s team onto the pitch during the Rugby World Cup Sevens in San Francisco, July 20, 2018. This year, the Marine Corps attended the Rugby World Cup Sevens as part of its partnership with USA Rugby. Rugby players tend to share the fighting spirit embodied in Marines and by partnering with USA Rugby, the national governing body for the sport in America, the Marine Corps will reach a broad cross-section of high school and collegiate-aged rugby players as well as an ever-growing influencer network of coaches, referees, rugby alumni and parents. Stoehrer is from Rutherfordton, North Carolina, and to the right of Stoehrer stands Nicole Heavirland, a native of Whitefish, Montana. - Sgt. Nichole Stoehrer, a marketing and communication Marine at Recruiting Station San Francisco, stands in the honor guard to welcome the USA Rugby women’s team onto the pitch during the Rugby World Cup Sevens in San Francisco, July 20, 2018. This year, the Marine Corps attended the Rugby World Cup Sevens as part of its partnership with USA Rugby. Rugby players tend to share the fighting spirit embodied in Marines and by partnering with USA Rugby, the national governing body for the sport in America, the Marine Corps will reach a broad cross-section of high school and collegiate-aged rugby players as well as an ever-growing influencer network of coaches, referees, rugby alumni and parents. Stoehrer is from Rutherfordton, North Carolina, and to the right of Stoehrer stands Nicole Heavirland, a native of Whitefish, Montana.

Cpl. Kira R. Lavine with Marine Air Support Squadron 3, Marine Air Control Group 38, 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing, breaks two Warrior Games’ records including both the 50-meter and 100-meter freestyle swim events. The Warrior Games took place June 1-9 at the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado. Competitors ranged from a Paralympic-style competition for wounded to injured service members from all U.S. branches of service, and this year includes teams from the United Kingdom Armed Forces, Australian Defence Force and Canadian Armed Forces. Armed Forces. - Cpl. Kira R. Lavine with Marine Air Support Squadron 3, Marine Air Control Group 38, 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing, breaks two Warrior Games’ records including both the 50-meter and 100-meter freestyle swim events. The Warrior Games took place June 1-9 at the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado. Competitors ranged from a Paralympic-style competition for wounded to injured service members from all U.S. branches of service, and this year includes teams from the United Kingdom Armed Forces, Australian Defence Force and Canadian Armed Forces. Armed Forces.

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