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6th Marine Corps District

Marine Corps Recruiting Command

Parris Island, S.C.
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Babineaux now works a civilian job in Virginia, and supervises 20-30 engine and flight line mechanic Marines in Beaufort, South Carolina during his periodic drill weekends.
David (left) and Brianna (right) pose for a photo at their wedding. (U.S. Marine Corps courtesy photo)
David (right) and Brianna (left) Whitehead pose in front of a barn at a Christmas market in Marietta, Ga. (U.S. Marine Corps courtesy photo)
U.S. Marine Corps Gunnery Sgt. Sean Curb, the station commander of Recruiting Substation Houma, Recruiting Station Baton Rouge, poses with his family following his promotion ceremony at the Regional Military Museum in New Orleans, La., October 1, 2019. (Courtesy photo)
The Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps Scholarship is a highly competitive and sought after opportunity available to those interested in serving as Navy or Marine Corps officers.
As high schoolers, both lost their fathers due to heart attacks. Huggan became a father figure for Stanley, who eventually joined the Marine Corps and is now undergoing initial former training in Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri to become a motor transportation operator.
Staff Sgt. Andre Babineaux, a Marine with  Marine Fighter Attack Training Squadron 501, is a prior active duty Marine who is now part of the Marine Corps Reserves.
Taylor, a retired master sergeant, served over 20 years in the Marines and fought in the Vietnam War. (Courtesy photo)
Johnson was awarded the NROTC scholarship in 2018 and is attending college at Louisiana State University. Those who are nominated through the highly competitive national selection process receive full tuition, a books stipend, educational fees, and other financial benefits at many of the country's leading colleges and universities. Upon graduation, NROTC recipients earn a commission as an officer in the Marine Corps or Navy.  (Courtesy Photo)
Lt. Col. Jose Luis Montalvan, with 6th Marine Corps District, remembers his journey at 11 years of age from Nicaragua to the U.S., and how his upbringing led him to a life of military service at MCRD Parris Island, South Carolina, on Sept. 3, 2020. Montalvan enlisted in the Marine Corps in 1995, and earned a commissioning through the Marine Enlisted Commissioning Education Program in 2002. He currently serves as the district recruiting operations officer for 6th MCD, where he oversees recruiting operations and training to ensure that the most qualified men and women are given the opportunity to join the Marine Corps. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Jorge A. Rosales)
Staff Sgt. Gabriel A. Little, a canvassing recruiter with Recruiting Substation Mobile, Recruiting Station Montgomery, works at his RSS in Mobile, Alabama, Aug. 8, 2020, to guide young men and women in their pursuit of becoming Marines. RS Montgomery is responsible for finding and preparing young men and women for the rigors of recruit training aboard Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, South Carolina. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Jorge A. Rosales)
Joshua Cisneros poses for a photo after swearing the Oath of Enlistment July 24, 2020. Cisneros, 17, from Claxton, Georgia, is the third and youngest Cisneros sibling to enter the Delayed Entry Program with Recruiting Substation Statesboro, Recruiting Station Columbia, where he will train with his two older siblings for Marine Corps recruit training. (Courtesy Photo)
Poolee Mayra Cisneros counts crunches for her older brother Lazaro Cisneros as he conducts an Initial Strength Test July 18, 2020. Mayra Cisneros, 19, from Claxton, Georgia, and Lazaro Cisneros, 21, also from Claxton, are currently in the Delayed Entry Program with Recruiting Substation Statesboro, Recruiting Station Columbia, as they prepare for Marine Corps recruit training. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Sergeant Joseph Jacob)
Emily May, a base historian with the Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island Museum, guides Marines in a historic landmark tour aboard MCRD Parris Island, South Carolina on August 07, 2020. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Jack A. E. Rigsby)
Major Will Patrone, officer in charge of Prior Service Recruiting Station Six, participates in a fundraiser event aboard Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, South Carolina on August 07, 2020. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Jack A. E. Rigsby)
Emily May, a base historian with the Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island Museum, guides Marines in a historic landmark tour aboard MCRD Parris Island, South Carolina on August 07, 2020. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Jack A. E. Rigsby)
Staff Sgt. Fructuoso Santos poses with his childhood friend and wife, Tiana, and their three children at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, California. The Santos family resides in Statesboro, Georgia, where Santos serves as a canvasing recruiter with Recruiting Station Columbia.
Marine Staff Sgt. Christopher Kelley poses with his family on June 1, 2020, after being promoted to his current rank. Kelley, 27, from Montgomery, Alabama, currently serves the local Myrtle Beach community as a canvassing recruiter. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Joseph Jacob)
Lt. Col. Mark Lenzi, commanding officer, Recruiting Station Tampa, poses for a photo with Nina Pappas, a Calvary Christian High School graduate, after receiving her Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps scholarship check, June 26, 2020, Tampa, Fla. Nina emulates the fighting spirit that Marines have, she was selected based off her overall character in her school, community and at home, and has earned $180,000 in scholarship funds. Nina is scheduled to attend the University of South Carolina in the fall. (Official Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Calvin Shamoon/ released)
Lt. Col. Mark Lenzi, commanding officer, Recruiting Station Tampa, poses for a photo with Ryan Thompson, an Edgewater High School graduate, after receiving his Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps scholarship check, June 26, 2020, Tampa, Fla. Ryan emulates the fighting spirit that Marines have and was selected based off his overall character in his community and at home and has earned $180,000 in scholarship funds. Ryan is scheduled to attend Arizona State University in the fall. (Official Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Calvin Shamoon/ released)