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The Reawakening

The Reawakening



Graphic illustration, shown Nov. 4, 2013, depicting a Marine Corps campaign entitled The Reawakening, designed by Headquarters Marine Corps Combat Camera at the Pentagon in Arlington, Va. The Reawakening is a letter from the commandant and sergeant major of the Marine Corps, Gen. James F. Amos and Sgt. Maj. Micheal P. Barrett, and addressed to Marine noncommissioned officers. It calls on the "backbone" of the Marine Corps to return to the timeless attributes and habits that have defined the Corps for the past 238 years and to reawaken the soul of the Marine Corps by challenging Marines to never forget who they are and what they do for America. (U.S. Marine graphic illustration by Jamie Pitcher/Released)





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