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Col. Todd S. Tomko, commanding officer, Wounded Warrior Regiment, recently presented the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal to Capt. Antoine Bates for his efforts in bettering the lives of Wounded Warriors. (photo courtesy of the Wounded Warrior Regiment)
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Firefighter Doug Pierson speaks to children at the Child Development Center on Oct. 9 as part of Fire Prevention Week 2014 festivities.
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Sparky the Fire Dog entertains children at the Child Development Center on Oct. 9. Sparky’s appearance was part of Fire Prevention Week 2014 festivities from Oct. 6-10.
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Firefighter Doug Pierson speaks to children at the Child Development Center on Oct. 9 as part of Fire Prevention Week 2014 festivities.
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Pharmacists at Naval Health Clinic Quantico, Hoai-Tien Nguyen (left), Erica Jefferson and Kim-Nga Huynh stand behind the counter at the clinic, Oct. 8.
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Marines sculpted a replica of the Iwo Jima memorial on Feb. 14 in front of the National Museum of the Marine Corps.
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Jeremy Hinson, Mark Curtis, Curtis Lewis, James Kirkman and Andrew Tirch received certificates of appreciation for their clean-up efforts to remove downed trees from the monument site of the second Prince William Courthouse. The recognitions were presented during a Conservation Volunteer Program Meeting Sept. 28 at Prince William National Forest.
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Docent Roger McIntosh speaks with British Wounded Warriors visiting the National Museum of the Marine Corps on Oct. 2.
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Members of the Fire Department New York Marine Corps Association, offload two seven-inch steel beam remnants of the World 
Trade Center Saturday, prior to conducting a Memorial Dedication Ceremony at the National Museum of the Marine Corps at Quantico on Sunday.
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Retired Second Battalion, Fifth Marine Regiment Marines Roger McDowell, George Fender, Jim Meyers, Mike Fein and Mike Wheeler served together in Vietnam. They met again at the National Museum of the Marine Corps on Oct. 1-2.
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West Potomac Rugby Football Club outlasts Quantico’s Hooligans
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Members of the Quantico Rugby Football Club and West Potomac Rugby Football Club battle during a scrum in Saturday’s rugby match at Barnett Field.
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Members of the Quantico Rugby Football Club and West Potomac Rugby Football Club battle during a scrum in Saturday’s rugby match at Barnett Field.
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The Single Marine Program has been on a roll within the last few months, taking on numerous projects to enhance the overall experience for Marines. Since late summer the program has renovated their exterior deck, spearheaded efforts to bring a paintball facility aboard the base, all while maintaining an event-packed schedule. Now the program is adding another upgrade to the list: mountain bikes
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Gunnery Sgt. Nicholas Underwood, senior drill instructor at Officer Candidates School aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico, shouts orders to a group of civilians who are attending a Marine Corps acculturation class July 30, in one of the trailers outside the National Museum of the Marine Corps.  Underwood and Staff Sgt. Luc Cadet, who is standing in the rear at parade rest, assisted with acclimating civilian employees to a Marine Corps environment.
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Marines slip in the mud during the tug-of-war competition of the Headquarters and Service Battalion field meet Sept. 12, 2014, at Barnett and Steam fields.
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