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Sergeant Shane Fox and Sergeant George Grimm Jr. proved that Marines really are amphibious and won the basic water survival event on day one. From left to right: Command Sergeant Major Scott Dooley, 14th Military Police Brigade command Sergeant Major / Sergeant Fox / Sergeant Grimm / Col. Bryan Patridge, 14th Military Police Brigade commander.
Career Course Seminar (CCS) Program
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CWO4 Matthew Studer, Executive Officer of Alpha Company, Marine Corps Detachment Fort Lee, presents Sgt Justin Brown a Certificate of Commendation.  Sgt Brown was selected as the Instructor of the Quarter for Alpha Company.  (Photo provided by CWO4 Allen Ostermann, Marine Corps Detachment Public Affairs Officer/Released)
CWO4 Matthew Studer, Executive Officer of Alpha Company, Marine Corps Detachment Fort Lee, and Sgt Justin Brown, Aerial Delivery Instructor, with Sgt Brown’s Certificate of Commendation for being selected as the Instructor of the Quarter for Alpha Company.  (Photo provided by CWO4 Allen Ostermann, Marine Corps Detachment Public Affairs Officer/Released)
Monterey Peninsula Marines Honor Historic Landing
Monterey Peninsula Marines Honor Historic Landing
Monterey Peninsula Marines Honor Historic Landing
Award Ceremory
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Marine Col. Daniel Longwell, incoming Marine Detachment commander, addresses the audience during Fort Leonard Wood's Marine Corps Detachment Change of Command Friday on Gammon Field.
A Fort Leonard Wood joint service color guard looks at the Vietnam Veterans Traveling Memorial Wall Friday at Licking, Mo. A Fort Leonard Wood color guard and honor guard team participated in opening and closing ceremonies for the wall each evening Friday through Sunday. Col. Brian Bisacre, U.S. Army Military Police School assistant commandant, spoke at the event.
Marine Corps Detachment Fort Leonard Wood Commanding Officer
More than 1,200 people, many in unique costumes, turned out for the Marine Corps Detachment’s 10k Volkslauf Saturday morning.
Addy Falaniko makes her way across the Big Piney River during the Marine Corps Detachment’s 10k Volkslauf mud run. More than 1,200 people turned out for the event.
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