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  1. As leaders, as Marines, as the man or woman who left home because they felt the call to serve, we
    Cpl. Jacob Lenling sits in the radar room of the air traffic control tower aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, Dec. 4. Lenling is an air traffic controller with Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron. In honor of International Volunteer Day, Lenling is being recognized for having more than 431 volunteer hours.
  2. John E. Campbell was born in 1920 in Porterville, California, joining the Marine Corps at the age of
    U.S. Marine veteran John Campbell, a World War II pilot and Pearl Harbor survivor awaits his lunch during a Veterans Day Luncheon at La Vida Del Mar in Solana Beach, California, Dec. 6, 2019.Campbell was present during the Pearl Harbor bombing and was recognized during the luncheon as being the oldest Pearl Harbor survivor in San Diego county.
  3. U.S. and British service members, civilians and contractors on board U.S. Navy Support
  4. From Marines in the snowy ranges of Norway to those paying respects in wartime memorials, these are
    U.S. Marines and Sailors from Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, take part in the 244th Marine Corps birthday uniform pageant at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, Nov. 4, 2019. The annual ceremony was held in honor of the 244th Marine Corps birthday. It included a historical uniform pageant to honor Marines of the past, present and future while signifying the passing of traditions from one generation to the next.
  5. The cohort of senior enlisted Marines enrolled in Naval Postgraduate School is growing. Driven by
    Four enlisted Marines, part of the newest cadre of NCOs attending the Naval Postgraduate School, join Marine Corps officers on the front steps of Herrmann Hall, Nov. 11.