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Lt. Col. Thomas H. Gilley IV, U.S. Marine Corps Detachment Fort Lee commanding officer; and Master Gunnery Sgt. Tony C. Smith, Marine Corps Food Service School staff noncommissioned officer in charge; lead a formation of more than 300 Marines through the town of Saluda Oct. 24, for the 21st annual Chesty Run. Each year, the detachment runs 66 miles from Fort Lee to Saluda to honor Marine Corps legend Lt. Gen. Lewis B. "Chesty" Puller at his final resting place at Christ Church cemetery.
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Pvt. Chance Guenther and Pfc. Nathaniel Lohr carry the U.S. Marine Corps Detachment colors past the birth place of Lt. Gen. Lewis B. "Chesty" Puller, the most decorated Marine in the Corps' history, Oct. 24. Puller was born June 26, 1898 in West Point, Va. and spent his early years in the house in the background.
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Marines with U.S. Marine Corps Detachment Fort Lee, Va., stopped at a memorial honoring Marine Corps legend Lt. Gen. Lewis B. "Chesty" Puller in his birth town of West Point, Va., during the 21st annual Chest Run Oct. 24. The Marines run 66 miles from Fort Lee to Saluda, Va., to Puller's final resting place at Christ Church cemetery.
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Sgt. Major Justin Lehew, sergeant major, Training and Education Command, and Marine Korean War veteran Sgt. Charles Curcio pose for a picture at the Globe and Laurel restaurant on Saturday.
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Civilians and members of the U.S. Armed Forces participate in the 39th Annual Marine Corps Marathon in Washington, D.C., Oct. 27, 2014. Known as "The People's Marathon," the 26.2 mile race, rated the third largest marathon in the United States, drew 30,000 participants. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl Ian M. Bush/ Released)
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The second “Dad’s Day in the Park,” an event developed and hosted by the New Parent Support Program, was held Oct. 4 at the Barnett Field Playground. With a medieval theme, there were many little knights, dragons and princesses running around.
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The second “Dad’s Day in the Park,” an event developed and hosted by the New Parent Support Program, was held Oct. 4 at the Barnett Field Playground. With a medieval theme, there were many little knights, dragons and princesses running around.
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Lance Cpl. Nancy Rascon, administrative specialist, receives a flu shot by Seaman Sabas Hernandez, medical reviewer, at Yale Hall on Oct. 22, 2013. Ninety percent of the Marine Corps is required to receive the flu immunization by Dec. 16, 2013.
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Quantico Middle/High School quarterback T.J. prepares to take the snap during Friday’s Homecoming game at Butler Stadium against Rappahannock County. The Warriors won 19-7.
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Homecoming King Stephen and Queen Aonjhne make their way to the sidelines during the halftime festivities of Friday’s Homecoming game at Butler Stadium against Rappahannock County. The Warriors won 19-7.
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The second “Dad’s Day in the Park,” an event developed and hosted by the New Parent Support Program, was held Oct. 4 at the Barnett Field Playground. With a medieval theme, there were many little knights, dragons and princesses running around.
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Chaplain Abuhena M. Saifulislam, a Navy commander, conducts Muslim prayer services at the Chapel Annex on Friday. “Cmdr. Saif,” as he is affectionately called, is the only Muslim chaplain serving the Marine Corps and one of the few in the entire U.S. military.
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The second “Dad’s Day in the Park,” an event developed and hosted by the New Parent Support Program, was held Oct. 4 at the Barnett Field Playground. With a medieval theme, there were many little knights, dragons and princesses running around.
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The second “Dad’s Day in the Park,” an event developed and hosted by the New Parent Support Program, was held Oct. 4 at the Barnett Field Playground. With a medieval theme, there were many little knights, dragons and princesses running around.
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The second “Dad’s Day in the Park,” an event developed and hosted by the New Parent Support Program, was held Oct. 4 at the Barnett Field Playground. With a medieval theme, there were many little knights, dragons and princesses running around.
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