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Participants race past the aviation memorial on Marine Corps Air Station New River during the Xtreme Endurance Challenge 12k+ held on Feb. 6. The X-treme Endurance Challenge 12k+ is part of Marine Corps Community Services Semper Fit Grand Prix races.  (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Mark Watola /released)
Participants race past the aviation memorial on Marine Corps Air Station New River during the Xtreme Endurance Challenge 12k+ held on Feb. 6. The X-treme Endurance Challenge 12k+ is part of Marine Corps Community Services Semper Fit Grand Prix races.  (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Mark Watola /released)
Frank Acevedo Jr., a retired master gunnery sergeant, currently an operations specialist with the Marine Corps Installations East G-3/5 Operations and Planning, proudly displays his recently awarded Career Service Award from the Secretary of the Navy. Acevedo served 32 years in the Marine Corps and has served 11 years of federal service. He was awarded the Career Service Award for his more than 40 years of combined service. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Mark Watola /released)
Georgia Applewhite, left, and her husband Raymond Applewhite, right, depart their retirement ceremony held at the quarterdeck at Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune on Camp Lejeune Dec. 18. Raymond and Georgia retired after a combined federal service of more than 70 years, including Raymond’s service in the Navy. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Mark Watola /released)
Raymond Applewhite, left, NHCL public affairs director, is presented with an American flag for his service during his retirement ceremony at the hospital quarterdeck on Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune Dec. 18. Applewhite enlisted in the Navy in 1971, served at the hospital for his first duty station and retired as a senior chief hospital corpsman after 22 years in the Navy. After his service in the Navy, Applewhite returned to the hospital for civil service. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Mark Watola /released)
Navy Capt. Rick Freedman, right, Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune commanding officer, congratulates Raymond Applewhite, left, NHCL public affairs director, on his retirement at the hospital quarterdeck on Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune Dec. 18. Applewhite enlisted in the Navy in 1971, served at the hospital for his first duty station and retired as a senior chief hospital corpsman after 22 years in the Navy. After his service in the Navy, Applewhite returned to the hospital for civil service. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Mark Watola /released)
The “Commandant’s Own” Marine Corps Drum and Bugle Crops, executes precise close order drill during the 2016 Battle Colors Ceremony, Mar. 17 at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune. The Drum and Bugle Corps represents over 80 years of dedicated musicians who have served through relentless dedication to their craft and continuous practicing.
Master Sgt. Keith Martinez, the drum major for the “Commandant’s Own” Marine Corps Drum and Bugle Crops, leads his unit during the 2016 Battle Colors Ceremony, March 17 at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune. The Drum and Bugle Corps represents over 80 years of dedicated musicians who have served through relentless dedication to their craft and continuous practicing.
Cadets with The Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders of Canada, 2347 Regimental Army Cadet Corps visit the Aviation Memorial at Marine Corps Air Station New River March 14. The group, based out of Hamilton, Ontario, visited as part of an educational citizenship tour where cadets get to see how other parts of the world live. The cadet corps allows the cadets to embraces the values of leadership and education said Royal Canadian Navy Lt. Walt Dermont, a leader with the visiting cadet group.
Col. Chandler Seagraves, right, Headquarters and Support Battalion commanding officer, Sgt. Maj. Veney Cochran, middle, Headquarters and Support Battalion sergeant major and Lt. Col. Giles Walger, Headquarters and Support Battalion executive officer look at sample memorabilia available at the Marine Corps Ball Expo at Marston Pavilion on Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune March 15. Marine Corps Community Services hosted the expo to aid Marines plan their balls by linking vendors with members of unit ball committees.
Coach of the week is LCpl Jarvie, Jacob from CLR 2.
High Shooter is PFC Sluder, Jackson D.  from 3/8. His  score was 342.
High Shooter is Sgt Wilson, De’Von M. His score was 342. and Coach of the week is LCpl Boyd, Justin A. Both from 3/8.
Coach of the week is Sergeant Maccarini, Lucas M and High Shooter is Lance Corproal Zolp, Matthew J. with II MHG Shot a 339
Coach of the week is Lance Corporal Summ, Tyler P. With MCAG 28 and High Shooter is Staff Sergeant Patino, Fabio E. with 22d MEU shot a 343
High Shooter is Lance Corporal Copeland, Matthew A. from 2d Radio BN.  He shot a 346 and Coach of the week is Lance Corporal Jarvie, Jacob with CLR 2.
High Shooter is Corporal Moore, Garrett, R. from HMH 366.  He shot a 337 and Coach of the week is Corporal Decasas, David A. with MAG 14.
High Shooter is Corporal Frederick, Robert D. from MAG 29.  He shot a 335 and Coach of the week is Corporal McElroy, Nicholas M. with CLR 25.
Coach of the week is Sergeant Owens, Edward A. with 8th ESB and High Shooter is Corporal McNutt, William P. from HQBN.  He shot a 340.
05 Feb 2016 - High Shooter is LCpl Oetken, Cody A. from 2d MHG. His score was  340 and Coach of the week is SSgt Lemmons, Guy B. from CLR 2.