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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.

Jacob Lucero(second for left) and Nadeem Seirafi ((second from right) hold the leashes of Colli and Ricsi during the two Military Workings Dogs' retirement ceremony at the K-9 Training Field adjacent to the Adam Leigh Cann Canine Facility aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, Calif., Sept. 12. The two handlers partnered with their K-9 companions on the beat and are now adopting the two dogs as they retire from active duty. Lieutenant Steven Goss, (far right) kennel master, Marine Corps Police Department, presented the two dogs with retirement certificates. The other officers in the photo also partnered with Colli and Ricsi at different times in their careers. - Jacob Lucero(second for left) and Nadeem Seirafi ((second from right) hold the leashes of Colli and Ricsi during the two Military Workings Dogs' retirement ceremony at the K-9 Training Field adjacent to the Adam Leigh Cann Canine Facility aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, Calif., Sept. 12. The two handlers partnered with their K-9 companions on the beat and are now adopting the two dogs as they retire from active duty. Lieutenant Steven Goss, (far right) kennel master, Marine Corps Police Department, presented the two dogs with retirement certificates. The other officers in the photo also partnered with Colli and Ricsi at different times in their careers.

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.

U.S. Marine Sgt. Jordan Becker, left, a cyber network specialist with Joint Task Force Matthew, offloads a generator from a CH-53E Super Stallion helicopter with the help of the Brazilian service members at Jeremie, Haiti, Oct. 15, 2016. After eight days of supply drop operations JTF Matthew has delivered over 478,000 pounds of supplies utilizing various military aircraft. JTF Matthew, a U.S. Southern Command-directed team comprised of Marines, soldiers, sailors and airmen, is providing critical airlift capabilities during the initial stages of the U.S. Agency for International Development's disaster relief operations in Haiti while the international response builds. - U.S. Marine Sgt. Jordan Becker, left, a cyber network specialist with Joint Task Force Matthew, offloads a generator from a CH-53E Super Stallion helicopter with the help of the Brazilian service members at Jeremie, Haiti, Oct. 15, 2016. After eight days of supply drop operations JTF Matthew has delivered over 478,000 pounds of supplies utilizing various military aircraft. JTF Matthew, a U.S. Southern Command-directed team comprised of Marines, soldiers, sailors and airmen, is providing critical airlift capabilities during the initial stages of the U.S. Agency for International Development's disaster relief operations in Haiti while the international response builds.

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