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Lance Cpl. Keven A. Temple, left, and Garrett R. Jolley, heavy equipment mechanics with Combat Logistics Battalion 31, move fork lifts into the garage for repairs at Camp Hansen, Okinawa, Japan, March 27, 2019. Temple, a native of Jacksonville, Florida, graduated from River City Science Academy in June 2016 before enlisting in January 2017. Temple joined the Marine Corps to follow his family legacy. Since joining the Marines, he has learned traits of good leadership, including dedication, team work and responsibility. Jolley, a native of Glenwood Spring, Colorado, graduated from Coal Ridge High School in May 2015 before enlisting in August 2018. He joined to experience team work, dedication and culture. Since enlisting he has learned more about respect to others and understanding people from different backgrounds, units and culture. - Lance Cpl. Keven A. Temple, left, and Garrett R. Jolley, heavy equipment mechanics with Combat Logistics Battalion 31, move fork lifts into the garage for repairs at Camp Hansen, Okinawa, Japan, March 27, 2019. Temple, a native of Jacksonville, Florida, graduated from River City Science Academy in June 2016 before enlisting in January 2017. Temple joined the Marine Corps to follow his family legacy. Since joining the Marines, he has learned traits of good leadership, including dedication, team work and responsibility. Jolley, a native of Glenwood Spring, Colorado, graduated from Coal Ridge High School in May 2015 before enlisting in August 2018. He joined to experience team work, dedication and culture. Since enlisting he has learned more about respect to others and understanding people from different backgrounds, units and culture.

Sergeant Maj. Rogelio Deleon swims in a combat pool at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, N.C., Feb. 17, 2016. More than 85 noncommissioned officers with Marine Wing Communications Squadron 28 participated in the physical training exercise “Chaos,” which tested their warfighting abilities: strength, communication and dependability. During the training the Marines were put into fire teams where they had to navigate the obstacle course, trek through the combat pool and hike one-mile with a simulated casualty and assault load. The purpose of the event was to build on unit cohesion, esprit de corps and mental and physical resiliency. Deleon is the sergeant major of MWCS-28. - Sergeant Maj. Rogelio Deleon swims in a combat pool at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, N.C., Feb. 17, 2016. More than 85 noncommissioned officers with Marine Wing Communications Squadron 28 participated in the physical training exercise “Chaos,” which tested their warfighting abilities: strength, communication and dependability. During the training the Marines were put into fire teams where they had to navigate the obstacle course, trek through the combat pool and hike one-mile with a simulated casualty and assault load. The purpose of the event was to build on unit cohesion, esprit de corps and mental and physical resiliency. Deleon is the sergeant major of MWCS-28.

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