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9th Marine Corps District

Midwest Marines

Naval Station Great Lakes, Illinois
INDIANAPOLIS - Marine Corps Officer Candidates School candidates and Butler University men’s soccer team participate in a leadership and cohesion exercise August 15, 2018, at the Fort Harrison State park in Indianapolis. The training allowed the students from the university to experience physical training the Marine Corps way and allowed the Marines to share their leadership style. The exercise also allowed the teams to build cohesion amongst each another. (U.S. Marine Corps photos by Sgt. Carl King)
INDIANAPOLIS - Marine Corps Officer Candidates School candidates and Butler University men’s soccer team participate in a leadership and cohesion exercise August 15, 2018, at the Fort Harrison State park in Indianapolis. The training allowed the students from the university to experience physical training the Marine Corps way and allowed the Marines to share their leadership style. The exercise also allowed the teams to build cohesion amongst each another. (U.S. Marine Corps photos by Sgt. Carl King)
INDIANAPOLIS - Marine Corps Officer Candidates School candidates and Butler University men’s soccer team participate in a leadership and cohesion exercise August 15, 2018, at the Fort Harrison State park in Indianapolis. The training allowed the students from the university to experience physical training the Marine Corps way and allowed the Marines to share their leadership style. The exercise also allowed the teams to build cohesion amongst each another. (U.S. Marine Corps photos by Sgt. Carl King)
INDIANAPOLIS - Marine Corps Officer Candidates School candidates and Butler University men’s soccer team participate in a leadership and cohesion exercise August 15, 2018, at the Fort Harrison State park in Indianapolis. The training allowed the students from the university to experience physical training the Marine Corps way and allowed the Marines to share their leadership style. The exercise also allowed the teams to build cohesion amongst each another. (U.S. Marine Corps photos by Sgt. Carl King)
INDIANAPOLIS - Marine Corps Officer Candidates School candidates and Butler University men’s soccer team participate in a leadership and cohesion exercise August 15, 2018, at the Fort Harrison State park in Indianapolis. The training allowed the students from the university to experience physical training the Marine Corps way and allowed the Marines to share their leadership style. The exercise also allowed the teams to build cohesion amongst each another. (U.S. Marine Corps photos by Sgt. Carl King)
INDIANAPOLIS - Marine Corps Officer Candidates School candidates and Butler University men’s soccer team participate in a leadership and cohesion exercise August 15, 2018, at the Fort Harrison State park in Indianapolis. The training allowed the students from the university to experience physical training the Marine Corps way and allowed the Marines to share their leadership style. The exercise also allowed the teams to build cohesion amongst each another. (U.S. Marine Corps photos by Sgt. Carl King)
INDIANAPOLIS - Marine Corps Officer Candidates School candidates and Butler University men’s soccer team participate in a leadership and cohesion exercise August 15, 2018, at the Fort Harrison State park in Indianapolis. The training allowed the students from the university to experience physical training the Marine Corps way and allowed the Marines to share their leadership style. The exercise also allowed the teams to build cohesion amongst each another. (U.S. Marine Corps photos by Sgt. Carl King)
INDIANAPOLIS - Marine Corps Officer Candidates School candidates and Butler University men’s soccer team participate in a leadership and cohesion exercise August 15, 2018, at the Fort Harrison State park in Indianapolis. The training allowed the students from the university to experience physical training the Marine Corps way and allowed the Marines to share their leadership style. The exercise also allowed the teams to build cohesion amongst each another. (U.S. Marine Corps photos by Sgt. Carl King)
INDIANAPOLIS - Marine Corps Officer Candidates School candidates and Butler University men’s soccer team participate in a leadership and cohesion exercise August 15, 2018, at the Fort Harrison State park in Indianapolis. The training allowed the students from the university to experience physical training the Marine Corps way and allowed the Marines to share their leadership style. The exercise also allowed the teams to build cohesion amongst each another. (U.S. Marine Corps photos by Sgt. Carl King)
INDIANAPOLIS - Marine Corps Officer Candidates School candidates and Butler University men’s soccer team participate in a leadership and cohesion exercise August 15, 2018, at the Fort Harrison State park in Indianapolis. The training allowed the students from the university to experience physical training the Marine Corps way and allowed the Marines to share their leadership style. The exercise also allowed the teams to build cohesion amongst each another. (U.S. Marine Corps photos by Sgt. Carl King)
INDIANAPOLIS - Marine Corps Officer Candidates School candidates and Butler University men’s soccer team participate in a leadership and cohesion exercise August 15, 2018, at the Fort Harrison State park in Indianapolis. The training allowed the students from the university to experience physical training the Marine Corps way and allowed the Marines to share their leadership style. The exercise also allowed the teams to build cohesion amongst each another. (U.S. Marine Corps photos by Sgt. Carl King)
Gunnery Sgt. Joseph Ferguson, the logistics chief of Marine Corps Recruiting Station Twin Cities, leads a Leadership and Cohesion Exercise physical training event with 100 student athletes from the Concordia University football team, 8 August, 2018, at Camp Ripley in Little Falls, Minn. The exercise, led by the Minneapolis Officer Selection Team, challenged the players to push themselves past their comfort zone and taught them about the leadership ethos engrained within the Marine Corps while helping them to grow stronger as a team. (Courtesy photo)
High school educator Briana Allen performs the combat fitness test aboard Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego during the Educators Workshop this past February. The workshop is a week-long program designed to better inform high school teachers, coaches and administrators about the benefits and opportunities available in the Marine Corps. (Photo by Sgt. Michelle Reif)
High school educator Briana Allen performs the combat fitness test aboard Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego during the Educators Workshop this past February. The workshop is a week-long program designed to better inform high school teachers, coaches and administrators about the benefits and opportunities available in the Marine Corps. (Photo by Sgt. Michelle Reif)
High school educator Briana Allen performs the combat fitness test aboard Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego during the Educators Workshop this past February. The workshop is a week-long program designed to better inform high school teachers, coaches and administrators about the benefits and opportunities available in the Marine Corps. (Photo by Sgt. Michelle Reif)
High school educator Briana Allen performs the combat fitness test aboard Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego during the Educators Workshop this past February. The workshop is a week-long program designed to better inform high school teachers, coaches and administrators about the benefits and opportunities available in the Marine Corps. (Photo by Sgt. Michelle Reif)
Marines in color guard
IRON MOUNTAIN, Mich. -- Gunnery Sgt. Pete Vargo and Staff Sgt. Eric Fritz, Recruiting Substation Green Bay Recruiters, presented Caleb Plumley with the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps Marine scholarship at graduation from Iron Mountain High School. NROTC trains future leaders in the Navy and Marine Corps while they attend college.  Plumley plans to become a Marine Corps officer after graduation from the University of Michigan. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Emma S. Norris)
Twins Damien (left) and Daniel (right) Ramirez pose for a photo following their graduation from Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego 8 June, 2018. Before answering the call to service, both brothers earned a living as Mixed Martial Arts fighters. Daniel’s strong inclination toward leadership, along with his superior fitness, rifle qualifications and test scores, earned him the title of Company Honor Graduate and a meritorious promotion to the rank of lance corporal.
Capt. Joseph Bromen, Dawson, Neb. native and the Officer Selection Officer for Lincoln, Neb., explains the partnership between USAW and the Marine Corps during the FinalX Senior Freestyle World Team Trials at Bob Devaney Sports Center in Lincoln June 9, 2018.