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Retired U.S. Air Force Col. Gary D. Brown was recently selected as the academic chair of the Cyber Security department at Marine Corps University. Brown served 24 years in the Air Force as a judge advocate, which included two deployments and the senior legal counsel of U.S. Cyber Command at Fort Meade, Maryland. As a civilian he was employed as the Washington Delegation Communications and Congressional Affairs department head, and the International Committee of the Red Cross. As chair, Brown will help define the landscape of cyber security to the new leaders of the Marine Corps, DoD partners and international cyber security professionals. - Retired U.S. Air Force Col. Gary D. Brown was recently selected as the academic chair of the Cyber Security department at Marine Corps University. Brown served 24 years in the Air Force as a judge advocate, which included two deployments and the senior legal counsel of U.S. Cyber Command at Fort Meade, Maryland. As a civilian he was employed as the Washington Delegation Communications and Congressional Affairs department head, and the International Committee of the Red Cross. As chair, Brown will help define the landscape of cyber security to the new leaders of the Marine Corps, DoD partners and international cyber security professionals.

World War II veteran, retired U.S. Marine Corps Maj. John Elliott lays a memorial wreath at the WWII memorial site on 70th Anniversary of the end of WWII at the Quantico National Cemetery, Aug. 16. The event proclamation from the Prince William Board of County Supervisors read: The WWII generation created an array of organizations which helped to strengthen the American democracy by promoting civic engagement, volunteerism, and service to the community. The military and civilian personnel have provided a model of unity that serves as a source of inspiration to future generations of America to come together to work together to work for the continued betterment of the U.S. - World War II veteran, retired U.S. Marine Corps Maj. John Elliott lays a memorial wreath at the WWII memorial site on 70th Anniversary of the end of WWII at the Quantico National Cemetery, Aug. 16. The event proclamation from the Prince William Board of County Supervisors read: The WWII generation created an array of organizations which helped to strengthen the American democracy by promoting civic engagement, volunteerism, and service to the community. The military and civilian personnel have provided a model of unity that serves as a source of inspiration to future generations of America to come together to work together to work for the continued betterment of the U.S.

The U.S. Marine Corps Rifle Team is awarded the 2015 National Trophy Infantry Team Match at Camp Perrin in Port Clinton, Ohio. The eight-man team includes six instructor-competitors: Staff Sgt. Chad Ranton, USMC Shooting Team, Sgt. Tanner Bauer, Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 121 avionics technical, Sgt Antonio Diconza, USMC Shooting Team, Sgt. Joseph Peterson, Weapons Training Bn., Sgt. Joseph Dukich, USMC Shooting Team, Sgt. Jeremy Benjamin, USMC Shooting Team, Rifle Team coach Staff Sgt. Mark Altendorf, and Rifle Team officer in charge Capt. John Sheehan, USMC Shooting Team. - The U.S. Marine Corps Rifle Team is awarded the 2015 National Trophy Infantry Team Match at Camp Perrin in Port Clinton, Ohio. The eight-man team includes six instructor-competitors: Staff Sgt. Chad Ranton, USMC Shooting Team, Sgt. Tanner Bauer, Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 121 avionics technical, Sgt Antonio Diconza, USMC Shooting Team, Sgt. Joseph Peterson, Weapons Training Bn., Sgt. Joseph Dukich, USMC Shooting Team, Sgt. Jeremy Benjamin, USMC Shooting Team, Rifle Team coach Staff Sgt. Mark Altendorf, and Rifle Team officer in charge Capt. John Sheehan, USMC Shooting Team.