6th Marine Corps District

 

6th Marine Corps District

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MCRD Parris Island, S.C.
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Maj. Mimi C. Seedall, the logistics officer for 6th Marine Corps District, speaks at her retirement ceremony on Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, S.C., on April 10, 2015. Seedall retired after 20 years of faithful and honorable service. (Official Marine Corps photo by Cpl. John-Paul Imbody)
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Maj. Mimi C. Seedall, the logistics officer for 6th Marine Corps District, receives Old Glory from retired Col. Scott Blankenship during her retirement ceremony at on Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, S.C., on April 10, 2015. Seedall retired after 20 years of faithful and honorable service. (Official Marine Corps photo by Cpl. John-Paul Imbody)
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Maj. Mimi C. Seedall (right), the logistics officer for 6th Marine Corps District, shakes hands with retired Col. Scott Blankenship (left) during her retirement ceremony on Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, S.C., on April 10, 2015. Seedall retired after 20 years of faithful and honorable service. (Official Marine Corps photo by Cpl. John-Paul Imbody)
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Captain Matthew Mallalieu, the executive officer with Marine Corps Recruiting Station Atlanta, 6th Marine Corps District crawls through a pit of mud under concertina wire as part of the Spartan Race Atlanta Sprint. Held March 09, 2015 at the Georgia International Horse Park in Conyers, Ga., the race consisted of 26 grueling obstacles spanning a total of 4.5 miles of alpine terrain. “The race was challenging but fun,” said Mallalieu. “Each obstacle had its own degree of difficulty, but that’s what keeps it interesting and pushes everyone to finish, and I’m looking forward to the next one.”
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Staff Sgt. James Boggs (left), a recruiter with Recruiting Sub-station Columbus, Marine Corps Recruiting Station Atlanta, 6th Marine Corps District, and SSgt. Jason Roberts (right), a recruiter with Recruiting Sub-station Douglasville, Marine Corps Recruiting Station Atlanta, 6th Marine Corps District, presented the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place trophies to winners of the men’s and women’s Elite sprint, March 09, 2015 at the Spartan Race Atlanta Sprint. Held at the Georgia International Horse Park in Conyers, Ga., the race consisted of 26 grueling obstacles spanning a total of 4.5 miles of alpine terrain. “Completing a Spartan Race isn’t an easy task, and for the winners to have done it in an hour or less, that a pretty astonishing feat,” said Boggs.
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Easton Pittman, a senior from Franklinton High School, is presented an $180,000 scholarship as part of the Marine Option Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps program during an awards assembly held at Franklinton High School, Feb. 20. The scholarship being presented by gives Pittman the opportunity to attend one of over 150 universities and colleges while working towards earning a commission as a 2nd Lieutenant in the Marine Corps.
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Easton Pittman, a senior from Franklinton High School, is presented an $180,000 scholarship as part of the Marine Option Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps program during an awards assembly held at Franklinton High School, Feb. 20. The scholarship being presented by the Marine Corps gives Pittman the opportunity to attend one of over 150 universities and colleges while working towards earning a commission as a 2nd Lieutenant in the Marine Corps.
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Easton Pittman, pictured left, is a senior from Franklinton High School who was presented an $180,000 scholarship as part of the Marine Option Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps program, Feb. 20. Presenting the scholarship is Sgt. Richard Chambers, Recruiting Station Baton Rouge canvassing recruiter. The NROTC scholarship gives Pittman the opportunity to attend one of over 150 universities and colleges who offer the NROTC Program. As part of the program, Pittman will participate in Naval Science classes and spend his first two summers learning about the Navy and Marine Corps while working towards earning a commission as a 2nd Lieutenant in the Marine Corps.
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1st Lt. Noel S. Stitt, a low altitude air defense officer,  speaks to a crowd of young-college and high school students during the United Negro College Fund Empower Me Tour at Bethune-Cookman University in Daytona Beach, Florida, Feb. 7, 2015.   Stitt, a graduate of B-CU, spoke about his rewarding transformation from a civilian into a United States Marine. The Marine Corps wants to increase awareness among collegiate and college-bound minority students to consider serving in the Marine Corps an option. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Sgt. Bruno J. Bego)
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(From left to right) Sgt. Bilson M. Wilson, Sgt. Jeremiah T. Isham, Gunnery Sgt. Antoine L. Brice, Fonzworth Bentley, Joyful Drake, Staff Sgt. Carla J. Arana and Sgt. Angel J. Bustos pose together for a picture during the United Negro College Fund Empower Me Tour at Bethune-Cookman University in Daytona Beach, Florida, Feb. 7, 2015. The Marines are local canvasing recruiters, who joined the event in order to speak about career opportunities in the Marine Corps. The event also helped the Marines in their effort to increase awareness among collegiate and college-bound minority students to consider serving in the Marine Corps an option. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Sgt. Bruno J. Bego)
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Sgt. Maira Ramirez, personnel clerk of the 6th Marine Corps District Headquarters, poses for a group photo with her family in the District Headquarters on Parris Island, S.C., Feb, 6, 2015. The rank of sergeant is the second noncommissioned officer rank in the Marine Corps. Marine sergeants are often responsible for the leadership and training of subordinates. Less than 15% of enlisted active duty Marines hold the rank of sergeant. (Official Marine Corps photo by Cpl. John-Paul Imbody)
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Sgt. Maira Ramirez, personnel clerk of the 6th Marine Corps District Headquarters, gets promoted to Sergeant in the District Headquarters on Parris Island, S.C., Feb, 6, 2015. The rank of sergeant is the second noncommissioned officer rank in the Marine Corps. Marine sergeants are often responsible for the leadership and training of subordinates. Less than 15% of enlisted active duty Marines hold the rank of sergeant. (Official Marine Corps photo by Cpl. John-Paul Imbody)
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Staff Sgt Danielle Handy, a drill instructor with 4th Battalion, Marine Corps Recruit Depot South Carolina, motivates a poolee during the Recruiting Station Orlando female pool function Jan. 17, 2015. The pool function teaches future Marines what will be expected of them during recruit training.
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Pfc. Tyler S. Faaborg, honor graduate of platoon 2002, awaits graduation at Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, S.C., Jan. 16, 2015. Faaborg, a Tampa, Fla. native, was recruited by Staff Sgt. Sgt. Cheops Dieujuste, a recruiter from Recruiting Substation Temple Terrace, Recruiting Station Jacksonville. Recruit training signifies the transformation of a civilian to a United States Marine. Upon graduation, the newly-minted Marines will receive ten days of leave before attending the School of Infantry East, Camp Geiger, N.C. The Marine will be trained in basic infantry skills to ensure Marines are combat-ready. (Official Marine Corps photo by Cpl. John-Paul Imbody)
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Pfc. Myron L. Kimble, honor graduate of platoon 2005, awaits graduation at Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, S.C., Jan. 16, 2015. Kimble, a Memphis, Tenn. native, was recruited by Staff Sgt Daniel J. Speal, a recruiter from Recruiting Substation Memphis, Recruiting Station Nashville. Recruit training signifies the transformation of a civilian to a United States Marine. Upon graduation, the newly-minted Marines will receive ten days of leave before attending the School of Infantry East, Camp Geiger, N.C. The Marine will be trained in basic infantry skills to ensure Marines are combat-ready. (Official Marine Corps photo by Cpl. John-Paul Imbody)
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