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CMC Innovation Challenge, hosted by Training and Education Command, promotional poster. Challenge ends March 31. To submit ideas visit www.marines.mil/innovation or you can visit to review and vote on others' submissions.
CMC Innovation Challenge, hosted by Training and Education Command, promotional poster. Challenge ends March 31. To submit ideas visit www.marines.mil/innovation or you can visit to review and vote on others' submissions.
CMC Innovation Challenge, hosted by Training and Education Command, promotional poster. Challenge ends March 31. To submit ideas visit www.marines.mil/innovation or you can visit to review and vote on others' submissions.
CMC Innovation Challenge, hosted by Training and Education Command, promotional poster. Challenge ends March 31. To submit ideas visit www.marines.mil/innovation or you can visit to review and vote on others' submissions.
CMC Innovation Challenge, hosted by Training and Education Command, promotional poster. Challenge ends March 31. To submit ideas visit www.marines.mil/innovation or you can visit to review and vote on others' submissions.
CMC Innovation Challenge, hosted by Training and Education Command, promotional poster. Challenge ends March 31. To submit ideas visit www.marines.mil/innovation or you can visit to review and vote on others' submissions.
The V-22 Osprey is designed specifically for Marine Helicopter Squadron One (HMX-1)
Training and Education Command Commanding General, Maj. Gen. James W. Lukeman and Sergeant Major, Sgt. Maj. Justin D. LeHew, stand with members of the 2014 TECOM intramural volleyball championship team. Pictured from left to right are Sgt. Joseph Battaglia, Cpl. Francisco Gonzalez, Cpl. Ashely Latterner, and Team Captain Maj. Brian Trievel.
Not pictured: Capt. Luke Balthazar, Sgt. Justin Borszem, Sgt. Jose Ramirez, Sgt. Jonathan Harris, Cpl. Sean Youdis, Cpl. James Willis, Cpl. Adam Hindes, Lance Cpl. Shane Bristolaldrich, Pfc. Omri Blair, and Mr. Moses Saucedo.
H.E.R.O.E.S. Care Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri distributed toys and other items to the Marine Coprs Detahcment representative for military children.
The Color Guard of Marine Corps Detachment Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri conducts the 239th Marine Corps Birthday Ball Ceremony.
Colonel Daniel E. Longwell, Commanding Officer, Marine Corps Detachment Fort Leonard Wood, expresses the significance of continuing the traditions of Marine Corps history.
Ft. Lee Marines mark 239th birthday with cake cutting, warrior dinner
Ft. Lee Marines mark 239th birthday with cake cutting, warrior dinner
Ft. Lee Marines mark 239th birthday with cake cutting, warrior dinner
Ft Lee Marines honor Corps legend with annual run
Ft Lee Marines honor Corps legend with annual run
Ft Lee Marines honor Corps legend with annual run
Capt. Brian Geisen, the Marine Corps Detachment’s Alpha Company commander here, discusses the Beirut, Lebanon bomb attack with students assigned to his company following a commemorative run on Oct. 23.
Commanding Officer, Marine Corps Detachment, Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, Colonel Daniel E. Longwell talks to Marines after Detachment PT, Oct. 9, 2014.
18 teams began the event, 17 of them finished. Most of the competitors were Soldiers, but there were also two Marines and one Airman. 
(Sgt. Shane Fox and Sgt. George Grimm Jr.)