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The Commandant of the Marine Corps Gen. James F. Amos pins a Purple Heart on Sgt. Shane Fredericks during a visit to Combat Outpost Shir Ghazi, Afghanistan, July 17, 2012. Fredericks, from Syracuse, N.Y., and an infantryman with 2nd Battalion, 5th Marine Regiment, suffered a concussion when the vehicle he was riding in struck an improvised explosive device explosion in Now Zad District, May 12, 2012. General Amos and Sgt. Maj. of the Marine Corps Micheal P. Barrett visited Marines throughout…

Commandant, Sergeant Major of Marine Corps visit Marines in Afghanistan

Tribute to Sgt Maj Escobedo, USMC  He passed away a few months after his retirement. He served the Corp for 33 years. Once a Marine, Always a Marine. He taught me some valuable lessons and helped me to understand the true meaning of service to our country. Thank you Sgt Maj. Hooah!

Tribute to Sgt Maj Escobedo, USMC He passed away a few months after his retirement. He served the Corp for 33 years. Once a Marine, Always a Marine. He taught me some valuable lessons and helped me to understand the true meaning of service to our country. Thank you Sgt Maj. Hooah!

Marines move the nosepiece of a bridge into place in Mirmandab, Afghanistan, March 25. The Marines are part of Alpha Company, 9th Engineer Support Battalion, I Marine Logistics Group (Forward), and worked in support of Special Operations Task Force West.

Marines move the nosepiece of a bridge into place in Mirmandab, Afghanistan, March 25. The Marines are part of Alpha Company, 9th Engineer Support Battalion, I Marine Logistics Group (Forward), and worked in support of Special Operations Task Force West.

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A shallow water egress trainer observes as a Marine goes upside down and attempts to breath compressed air from an emergency breathing system at the base pool on Marine Corps Base Hawaii,

Dakota Meyer, 23, is the third living recipient — and first living Marine recipient — of the nation’s highest combat honor for actions in the Iraq and Afghanistan. No living Marine has received the award in the last 38 years.

Dakota Meyer, is the third living recipient — and first living Marine recipient — of the nation’s highest combat honor for actions in the Iraq and Afghanistan. No living Marine has received the award in the last 38 years. He is from Adair Co.

Sailors pose for a group photograph after sorting through thousands of items for care packages.  The sailors help support the “Quality of Life” project.  They collect excessive care packages on Camp Leatherneck.  They collect  items, separate them  and send them out to the soldiers .  To volunteer or donate items to “Quality of Life” project please contact Petty Officer 1st Class John Comiso at johnpaulo.comiso@afg.usmc.mil or Petty Officer 1st Class Jose Gracia at jose.gracia@afg.usmc.mil.

Sailors pose for a group photograph after sorting through thousands of items for care packages. The sailors help support the “Quality of Life” project. They collect excessive care packages on Camp Leatherneck. They collect items, separate them and send them out to the soldiers . To volunteer or donate items to “Quality of Life” project please contact Petty Officer 1st Class John Comiso at johnpaulo.comiso@afg.usmc.mil or Petty Officer 1st Class Jose Gracia at jose.gracia@afg.usmc.mil.

@USNavy - the  Marine Corps' taxi service for more than 236 years

USNavy - the Marine Corps' taxi service for more than 236 years

Marines with the 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing Band give a performance in Seattle, July 30, as a part of Marine Week Seattle 2014. Marine Week Seattle showcases Marine Corps equipment, aircraft and technological capabilities to the general public. More than 700 Marines are participating in Marine Week Seattle to give Seattleites the opportunity to meet the individual Marine and celebrate community, country and Corps. #USMC photo by Cpl. Brandon Suhr #MWSEA14 #MarinesTakeSeattle

Marines with the 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing Band give a performance in Seattle, July 30, as a part of Marine Week Seattle 2014. Marine Week Seattle showcases Marine Corps equipment, aircraft and technological capabilities to the general public. More than 700 Marines are participating in Marine Week Seattle to give Seattleites the opportunity to meet the individual Marine and celebrate community, country and Corps. #USMC photo by Cpl. Brandon Suhr #MWSEA14 #MarinesTakeSeattle

Lance Cpl. Noel Miranda, infantryman, Golf Company, 2nd Battalion, 5th Marine Regiment, patrols through Musa Qa’leh District, Afghanistan, April 23, 2012. Miranda, from Muscatine, Iowa, was part of a patrol to disrupt insurgent supply lines and gain intelligence from locals.    Read more: http://www.dvidshub.net/image/565159/marines-patrol-southwest-afghanistan#ixzz1t7ihdUZJ

Marines on patrol in southwest Afghanistan

A Marine with Dog Company, 1st Battalion, 7th Marine Regiment, sets security during Operation Sangin United Horizons, May 19. Operation Sangin United Horizons was a large-scale operation, which took place May 17 through 20. Dog Company, 1st Bn., 7th Marines, was responsible for finding and destroying weapons caches, improvised explosive devices and drug producing facilities.

Dog Company Marines bite down on insurgency with Afghan forces during Operation Sangin United Horizons

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