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A pair of gloves are placed outside the boxing ring during a training session for U.S. Marine Corps boxers with the II Marine Expeditionary Force Martial Arts Center of Excellence boxing program on Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, N.C., April 20, 2021. The boxing program prepares II MEF Marines to compete in professional level matches through rigorous physical exercise and mental training. As a pilot program, it has already showcased four of its boxers in 2021 at the U.S.A. National Boxing Championship as well as more upcoming matches. - A pair of gloves are placed outside the boxing ring during a training session for U.S. Marine Corps boxers with the II Marine Expeditionary Force Martial Arts Center of Excellence boxing program on Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, N.C., April 20, 2021. The boxing program prepares II MEF Marines to compete in professional level matches through rigorous physical exercise and mental training. As a pilot program, it has already showcased four of its boxers in 2021 at the U.S.A. National Boxing Championship as well as more upcoming matches.

A competitor carries the symbolic torch during the opening ceremony at Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida, June 23, 2019, during the 2019 Department of Defense Warrior Games. The DoD Warrior Games are conducted June 21-30, hosted by Special Operations Command, Tampa, Florida. It is an adaptive sports competiton for wounded, ill, and injured service members and veterans. Approximately 300 athletes, representing teams from the Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force, Special Operations Command, United Kingdom Armed Forces, Australian Defense Force, Canadian Armed Forces, Armed Forces of the Netherlands, and the Danish Armed Forces will compete in archery, cycling, shooting, sitting volleyball, swimming, track, field, wheelchair basketball, indoor rowing, and powerlifting. - A competitor carries the symbolic torch during the opening ceremony at Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida, June 23, 2019, during the 2019 Department of Defense Warrior Games. The DoD Warrior Games are conducted June 21-30, hosted by Special Operations Command, Tampa, Florida. It is an adaptive sports competiton for wounded, ill, and injured service members and veterans. Approximately 300 athletes, representing teams from the Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force, Special Operations Command, United Kingdom Armed Forces, Australian Defense Force, Canadian Armed Forces, Armed Forces of the Netherlands, and the Danish Armed Forces will compete in archery, cycling, shooting, sitting volleyball, swimming, track, field, wheelchair basketball, indoor rowing, and powerlifting.

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.

Virginia Blazer, center, the U.S. Deputy Chief of Mission to Tanzania, poses for a photo with Marines and Sailors assigned to a Security Cooperation Team with Special-Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force Crisis Response-Africa, and more than 40 Tanzanian park rangers following a graduation ceremony on the Selous Game Reserve in Matambwe, Tanzania, March 27, 2015. The park rangers graduated from counter illicit-trafficking training, which was the first-ever engagement between U.S. Service members and Tanzanian park rangers. The Marines and Sailors taught the park rangers infantry skills in an attempt to help counter illicit-trafficking in the region. - Virginia Blazer, center, the U.S. Deputy Chief of Mission to Tanzania, poses for a photo with Marines and Sailors assigned to a Security Cooperation Team with Special-Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force Crisis Response-Africa, and more than 40 Tanzanian park rangers following a graduation ceremony on the Selous Game Reserve in Matambwe, Tanzania, March 27, 2015. The park rangers graduated from counter illicit-trafficking training, which was the first-ever engagement between U.S. Service members and Tanzanian park rangers. The Marines and Sailors taught the park rangers infantry skills in an attempt to help counter illicit-trafficking in the region.

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