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Guests at the rededication ceremony of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial stand near fountains, each jet representing the different branches of the military, at Lejeune Memorial Gardens in Jacksonville, N.C., May 31. The ceremony honored the memory of those who perished during the war and celebrated the accomplishments and perseverance of Vietnam-era veterans.(U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Jackeline M. Perez Rivera/Released)
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Michael North, a Vietnam-era Marine veteran, reads the names on the glass walls of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial after a rededications ceremony held for the memorial, at Lejeune Memorial Gardens in Jacksonville, N.C., May 31. North attended the event to reflect on his experiences and to represent his two brothers, who also served but were unable to attend. “We have always followed the flag,” said North, of his family. “We all feel very deeply about this.” The ceremony honored the memory of those who perished during the war and celebrated the accomplishments and perseverance of Vietnam-era veterans.(U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Jackeline M. Perez Rivera/Released)
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Ray Smith, a retired major general who served during the Tet Offensive in 1968 and participated in combat operations at Ue, Khe Sahn, the Rockpile, Con Thien and Dodge City south of Danang, speaks during the Vietnam Veterans Memorial rededication ceremony  at Lejeune Memorial Gardens in Jacksonville, N.C., May 31. The ceremony honored the memory of those who perished during the war and celebrated the accomplishments and perseverance of Vietnam-era veterans.(U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Jackeline M. Perez Rivera/Released)
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Larry Fitzpatrick, a former Onslow County Commissioner and retired Marine, stands and waves during the Vietnam Veterans Memorial rededication ceremony, at Lejeune Memorial Gardens in Jacksonville, May 31. Fitzpatrick was one of three who initiated the creation of the memorial. The ceremony honored the memory of those who perished during the war and celebrated the accomplishments and perseverance of Vietnam-era veterans.(U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Jackeline M. Perez Rivera/Released)
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Marines salute during the wreath laying portion of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial rededication ceremony at Lejeune Memorial Gardens in Jacksonville, N.C., May 31. The wreaths are in memory of Vietnam veterans and the appreciation of a grateful nation. The ceremony honored the memory of those who perished during the war and celebrated the accomplishments and perseverance of Vietnam-era veterans.(U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Jackeline M. Perez Rivera/Released)
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Ray Smith, a retired major general who served during the Tet Offensive in 1968 and participated in combat operations at Ue, Khe Sahn, the Rockpile, Con Thien and Dodge City south of Danang, speaks during the Vietnam Veterans Memorial rededication ceremony  at Lejeune Memorial Gardens in Jacksonville, N.C., May 31. The ceremony honored the memory of those who perished during the war and celebrated the accomplishments and perseverance of Vietnam-era veterans.(U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Jackeline M. Perez Rivera/Released)
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A Girl Scout passes a box of cookies to donate to the USO of North Carolina in Jacksonville during Operation Cookie Drop, May 22. The USO will use the cookies for homecomings, deployments and other events for service members and their families.
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Girl Scouts pose with silly faces after donating more 3,000 boxes of cookies to the USO of North Carolina in Jacksonville during Operation Cookie Drop, May 22. The USO will use the cookies for homecomings, deployments, and other events for service members and their families.
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Warrant Officer Crystal Ledbetter, the officer in charge of administrative support with Headquarters and Support Battalion’s Legal Services Support Section, speaks to Girl Scouts at the USO of North Carolina in Jacksonville during Operation Cookie Drop, May 22. The Girl Scouts donated more 3,000 boxes of cookies to the USO. The USO will use the cookies for homecomings, deployments and other events for service members and their families
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Girl Scouts pass boxes of cookies to each other to donate to the USO of North Carolina in Jacksonville during Operation Cookie Drop, May 22. The USO will use the cookies for homecomings, deployments and other events for service members and their families.
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A Girl Scout passes a box of cookies to donate to the USO of North Carolina in Jacksonville during Operation Cookie Drop, May 22. The USO will use the cookies for homecomings, deployments and other events for service members and their families.
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Girl Scouts pass boxes of cookies to each other to donate to the USO of North Carolina in Jacksonville during Operation Cookie Drop, May 22. The USO will use the cookies for homecomings, deployments and other events for service members and their families.
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Girl Scouts pass boxes of cookies to each other to donate to the USO of North Carolina in Jacksonville during Operation Cookie Drop, May 22. The USO will use the cookies for homecomings, deployments and other events for service members and their families.
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Marines pull during the tug-of-war at a field meet held by Headquarters Support Battalion for the units monthly Commander’s Cup Challenge, aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, May 15.  Alpha Company won the tug-of-war and took second place for the challenge with 20 points. Security Company won overall with 45 points while Bravo and India Company were disqualified.
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Cpl. Markecia Polk, an administrative specialist with Alpha Company, participates in the rifle assembly and disassembly relay race at a field meet held by Headquarters Support Battalion for the units’ monthly Commander’s Cup Challenge, aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, May 15. The Commander’s Cup Challenge is a yearlong series of physical competitions where the battalion’s companies build teams to battle it out for fun and a chance to be the top company in the battalion.
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Lance Cpl. Louis Huntoon, a clerk with Alpha Company,, participates in the rifle assembly and disassembly relay race at a field meet held by Headquarters Support Battalion for the units’ monthly Commander’s Cup Challenge, aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, May 15. The Commander’s Cup Challenge is a yearlong series of physical competitions where the battalion’s companies build teams to battle it out for fun and a chance to be the top company in the battalion.
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