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Airplanes - Accidents - Wreck of 1331, Marine Corps, CPL. McAllister, Pilot

American Red Cross - Miscellaneous - War Activities. Cpl. Morris addressing mass meeting at close of Red Cross Parade, Middletown, O

PFC Ines Kirkman of Des Moines, Iowa, Cpl. Glena Cooper of Beaver Dan, Kentucky, PFC Billy Vinyard of Yerba Buena, California Wring Out Their Clothes after Their Tent Collapsed in a Rainstorm at the Advance WAC Detachment Area, Leyte Island

Photograph of Major General Norman Cota Presenting the Bronze Star Medal to Corporal John H. Reese, Corporal Harry D. McMahan and Tec 5 Ernest Geibel

Photograph of Service Women Holding the State Flags of the First Thirteen States

Kang Nung Air Services. Lance CPL. Unrinie from 1ST Marine Air Wing (1ST MAW), serves beef stew to SGT. Dulian of Marine Air Base Squadron 12, during a Marine amphibious unit landing exercise

CPL Reginald Gillispie takes time to catch up on his reading at the station library

Woman Marine CPL. Snith performs one of her many jobs as an avionics electronic technician

Woman Marine LCPL Sherry Bateman instructs CPL Donald Lane on how to operate the tape cleaner for computer tapes

CPL Sharrion D. Bradford receives her diploma from BGEN William Weise, director of operations, Headquarters Marine Corps, during graduation exercises at the Marine Security Guard School, Marine Corps Development and Education Command

CPL Malcolm McWharter operates a TRC-75 HF radio in the field. The radio is partially covered with a camouflage net

CPL Larry Kuzhiak on air traffic controller talk

SGT. Jeanne E. Jacko fires a Remington 870 pump action shotgun equipped with a riot control canister. Lance CPL. Julie Ann Williams is standing to the right waiting for her turn to fire the shotgun. Shotgun familiarization is part of the training for Marine security guard students at the Marine Corps Development and Education Command

Lance CPL. Jennifer L. Hague fires a .38-caliber service revolver as part of her training at the Marine Security Guard School, Marine Corps Development and Education Command. Each Marine must qualify with the revolver before assignment to an American embassy in a foreign country

CPL Dave Fields operates the generator that controls the tape of the arrestment system for recovering aircraft in time of an emergency or practice simulated landings on aircraft carriers. This is the same type of system that is used on aircraft carriers

CPL Dave Fields, an aircraft arrestment systems operator, watches as an F-4 Phantom aircraft lands and its hook catches the arresting tape

A High-Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV) driven by U.S. Marines Corps personnel from a Weapons Company with the 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, head down a narrow stretch of road while in route to the Khowst-Gardez Pass in Afghanistan, on Dec. 28, 2004. These Marines are conducting security and stabilization operations in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. (U.S. Marine Corps PHOTO by CPL James L. Yarboro) (Released)

U.S. Marine Corps personnel with Weapons Company, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, provide security for a convoy during a long security halt in a mountain village, at the Khowst-Gardez Pass, Afghanistan, on Dec. 31, 2004. These Marines are conducting security and stabilization operations in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. (U.S. Marine Corps PHOTO by CPL James L. Yarboro) (Released)

U.S. Marine Corps PFC. Adam Brantley, a rifleman with Weapons Company, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, provides security behind his FNMI 5.56mm M249 Squad Automatic Weapon (SAW) during on a long security halt in the Khowst-Gardez Pass, Afghanistan, on Dec. 29, 2004. These Marines are conducting security and stabilization operations in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. (U.S. Marine Corps PHOTO by CPL James L. Yarboro) (Released)

U.S. Marine Corps troops of Weapons Company, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, provide security for the convoy while camels carrying supplies from a local mountain village walks by. The Marines pause to inspect during a long security halt in the Khowst-Gardez Pass, Afghanistan, on Dec. 31, 2004. These Marines are conducting security and stabilization operations in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. (U.S. Marine Corps PHOTO by CPL James L. Yarboro) (Released)

U.S. Marine Corps 1ST LT. Nick Ramseur, a platoon commander with Weapons Company, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, hands out posters and flyers to the local people in a mountain village at the Khowst-Gardez Pass, Afghanistan, on Dec. 31, 2004. These Marines are conducting security and stabilization operations in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. (U.S. Marine Corps PHOTO by CPL James L. Yarboro) (Released)

U.S. Navy PETTY Officer 3rd Class Will Hurley, a Hospital Corpsman with Weapons Company, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, gives U.S. Marine Corps Lance CPL. Dusty Stapleton, a rifleman with 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, an Intro Venous injection to hydrate him after he suffered a case of dehydration in the Khowst-Gardez Pass on Dec. 29, 2004. These Marines are conducting security and stabilization operations in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. (U.S. Marine Corps PHOTO by CPL James L. Yarboro) (Released)

U.S. Marine Corps PFC. Adam Brantley, a rifleman with Weapons Company, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, sits on his pack and on deep snow while waiting for the plan of the day in the Khowst-Gardez Pass, Afghanistan, on Dec. 29, 2004. These Marines are conducting security and stabilization operations in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. (U.S. Marine Corps PHOTO by CPL James L. Yarboro) (Released)

U.S. Marine Corps troops in High-Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicles (HMMWV) of Weapons Company, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, conduct a mounted patrol in the cold and snowy weather of the Khowst-Gardez Pass, Afghanistan, in order to disrupt any enemy activity on Dec. 30, 2004. These Marines are conducting security and stabilization operations in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. (U.S. Marine Corps PHOTO by CPL James L. Yarboro) (Released)

U.S. Navy PETTY Officer 3rd Class Will Hurley, a Hospital Corpsman with Weapons Company, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, gives U.S. Marine Corps Lance CPL. Dusty Stapleton, a rifleman with 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, an IV to hydrate him after he suffered a case of dehydration in the Khowst-Gardez Pass on Dec. 29, 2004. These Marines are conducting security and stabilization operations in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. (U.S. Marine Corps PHOTO by CPL James L. Yarboro) (Released)

During a snow storm, U.S. Marines Corps personnel mounted on High-Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicles (HMMWV) from a Weapons Company with the 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, head down a narrow stretch of road while in route to the Khowst-Gardez Pass in Afghanistan, on Dec. 28, 2004. These Marines are conducting security and stabilization operations in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. (U.S. Marine Corps PHOTO by CPL James L. Yarboro) (Released)

U.S. Marine Corps troops of Weapons Company, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, provide security for the convoy while camels carrying supplies from a local mountain village walks by. The Marines pause to inspect during a long security halt in the Khowst-Gardez Pass, Afghanistan, on Dec. 31, 2004. These Marines are conducting security and stabilization operations in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. (U.S. Marine Corps PHOTO by CPL James L. Yarboro) (Released)

U.S. Marine Corps troops in High-Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicles (HMMWV) of Weapons Company, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, conduct a convoy patrol in the cold and snowy weather of the Khowst-Gardez Pass, Afghanistan, in order to disrupt any enemy activity on Dec. 31, 2004. These Marines are conducting security and stabilization operations in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. (U.S. Marine Corps PHOTO by CPL James L. Yarboro) (Released)

Armed with a Colt 5.56mm M16A2 Assault Rifle, a U.S. Marine Corps troop with Weapons Company, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, provides security for a Medium Tactical Vehicle Replacement 7-ton truck in the Khowst-Gardez Pass, Afghanistan, on Dec. 30, 2004. These Marines are conducting security and stabilization operations in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. (U.S. Marine Corps PHOTO by CPL James L. Yarboro) (Released)

Armed with a Colt 5.56mm M16A2 Assault Rifle, U.S. Marine Corps Lance CPL. Chris Peck, a rifleman with Weapons Company, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, provides security while on a long security halt in the Khowst-Gardez Pass, Afghanistan, on Dec. 29, 2004. These Marines are conducting security and stabilization operations in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. (U.S. Marine Corps PHOTO by CPL James L. Yarboro) (Released)

A U.S. Marine Corps troop with Weapons Company, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, provides security for a convoy during a long security halt in a mountain village in the Khowst-Gardez Pass, Afghanistan, on Dec. 31, 2004. These Marines are conducting security and stabilization operations in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. (U.S. Marine Corps PHOTO by CPL James L. Yarboro) (Released)

Armed with an FNMI 5.56mm M249 Squad Automatic Weapon (SAW), U.S. Marine Corps PFC. Adam Brantley, a rifleman with Weapons Company, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, waits for his convoy to depart on a mission to the Khowst-Gardez Pass, at Forward Operating Base Salerno, Afghanistan, on Dec. 28, 2004. These Marines are conducting security and stabilization operations in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. (U.S. Marine Corps PHOTO by CPL. James Yarboro) (Released)

U.S. Navy PETTY Officer 3rd Class Will Hurley, a Hospital Corpsman with Weapons Company, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, sets up a tent for protection from the cold weather in the Khowst-Gardez Pass, Afghanistan, on Dec. 29, 2004. These Marines are conducting security and stabilization operations in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. (U.S. Marine Corps PHOTO by CPL James L. Yarboro) (Released)

U.S. Marine Corps troops in High-Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicles (HMMWV) of Weapons Company, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, conduct a mounted patrol in the cold and snowy weather of the Khowst-Gardez Pass, Afghanistan, in order to disrupt any enemy activity on Dec. 30, 2004. The Marines are stuck in heavy snow and had to move on foot. These Marines are conducting security and stabilization operations in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. (U.S. Marine Corps PHOTO by CPL James L. Yarboro) (Released)

U.S. Marine Corps troops of Weapons Company, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, provide security for the convoy while camels carrying supplies from a local mountain village walks by. The Marines pause to inspect during a long security halt in the Khowst-Gardez Pass, Afghanistan, on Dec. 31, 2004. These Marines are conducting security and stabilization operations in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. (U.S. Marine Corps PHOTO by CPL James L. Yarboro) (Released)

U.S. Marine Corps personnel with Weapons Company, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, stop for a long security halt in the Khowst-Gardez Pass, Afghanistan, on Dec. 29, 2004. These Marines are conducting security and stabilization operations in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. (U.S. Marine Corps PHOTO by CPL James L. Yarboro) (Released)

U.S. Navy PETTY Officer 3rd Class Will Hurley, a Hospital Corpsman with Weapons Company, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, gives U.S. Marine Corps Lance CPL. Dusty Stapleton, a rifleman with 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, an IV to hydrate him after he suffered a case of dehydration in the Khowst-Gardez Pass on Dec. 29, 2004. These Marines are conducting security and stabilization operations in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. (U.S. Marine Corps PHOTO by CPL James L. Yarboro) (Released)

Armed with an FNMI 5.56mm M249 Squad Automatic Weapon (SAW), U.S. Navy PETTY Officer 3rd Class Will Hurley, a Hospital Corpsman with Weapons Company, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, provides security for the convoy during on a long security halt in the Khowst-Gardez Pass, Afghanistan, on Dec. 31, 2004. These Marines are conducting security and stabilization operations in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. (U.S. Marine Corps PHOTO by CPL James L. Yarboro) (Released)

U.S. Marine Corps CPL. Phil Green, Food Service Specialists, assigned to Headquarters and Service Company, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, wears his cold weather mask, before a patrol at Forward Operating Base Salerno, located in the Province of Khowst, Afghanistan on December 7, 2004. U.S. Marine Corps, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment Marines are conducting security and stabilization operations in Afghanistan, in support of Operation Enduring. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance CPL. James L. Yarboro) (Released)

U.S. Marine Corps Lance CPL. Chris Peck, a rifleman with Weapons Company, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, scans the surrounding area for any possible threat to their convoy, while on a long security halt in Khowst-Gardez Pass, Afghanistan, on December 29, 2004. These Marines are conducting security and stabilization operations in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. (U.S. Marine Corps PHOTO by CPL James L. Yarboro) (Released)

Two Guamanian brothers from Yona Village, left their heavy equipment business to join the United States Marine Corps to become marine mechanics. They are now a part of the 9th Motor Transport Battalion. They are, left to right, LCPL Thomas S. Munoz and CPL Victor E. Munoz

U.S. Marine Corps personnel with Weapons Company, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, wait to hear the plan for the day in the Khowst-Gardez Pass, Afghanistan, on Dec. 29, 2004. These Marines are conducting security and stabilization operations in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. (U.S. Marine Corps PHOTO by CPL James L. Yarboro) (Released)

U.S. Marines Corps personnel from a Weapons Company with the 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, head down a narrow stretch of road while in route to the Khowst-Gardez Pass in Afghanistan, on Dec. 28, 2004. These Marines are conducting security and stabilization operations in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. (U.S. Marine Corps PHOTO by CPL James L. Yarboro) (Released)

U.S. Marine Corps 1ST LT. Nick Ramseur, a platoon commander with Weapons Company, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, gives candy to the local kids of a mountain village in the Khowst-Gardez Pass, on Dec. 30, 2004. These Marines are conducting security and stabilization operations in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. (U.S. Marine Corps PHOTO by CPL James L. Yarboro) (Released)

PFC Jessie Stevens (left), and CPL Norm Campbell inspect their 81mm mortars prior to leaving for maneuvers in the Indian Ocean with the 31st Marine Amphibious Unit

CPL C. Candelario, squad leader from the Marine detachment of the USS INDEPENDENCE (CV-62), instructs his men on combat tactics at the Marine Corps Development and Education Command

Radioman PFC J. Krippendorf and his squad leader, CPL C. Candelario, both from the Marine detachment of the USS INDEPENDENCE (CV-62), train in tactical maneuvers at the Marine Corps Development and Education Command. They are armed with M-16A1 rifles

Radioman PFC J. Krippendorf and his squad leader, CPL C. Candelario, both from the Marine detachment of the USS INDEPENDENCE (CV-62), train in tactical maneuvers at the Marine Corps Development and Education Command. They are armed with M-16A1 rifles

Radioman PFC J. Krippendorf and his squad leader, CPL C. Candelario, both from the Marine detachment of the USS INDEPENDENCE (CV-62), train in tactical maneuvers at the Marine Corps Development and Education Command. They are armed with M-16A1 rifles

LCPL S. Saunders applies camouflage make-up on his squad leader, CPL C. Candelario, during their training in tactical maneuvers at the Marine Corps Development and Education Command. Both men are from the Marine detachment of the USS INDEPENDENCE (CV-62)

Radioman PFC. J. Krippendorf and his squad leader, CPL. C. Candelario, both from the Marine detachment of the aircraft carrier USS INDEPENDENCE (CV-62), train in tactical maneuvers at the marine Corps Development and Education Command. They are armed with M-16A1 rifles

LCPL S. Saunders applies camouflage make-up on the face of his squad leader, CPL C. Candelario, during their training in tactical maneuvers at the Marine Corps Development and Education Command. Both men are from the Marine detachment of the USS INDEPENDENCE (CV-62)

Radioman PFC J. Krippendorf and his squad leader, CPL C. Candelario, both from the Marine detachment of the aircraft carrier USS INDEPENDENCE (CV-62), train in tactical maneuvers at the Marine Corps Development and Education Command

CPL C. Candelario gives directions to his assistant, LCPL S. Saunders, both from the Marine detachment of the USS INDEPENDENCE (CV-62), during their training in tactical maneuvers at the Marine Corps Development and Education Command. The men are armed with M-16A1 rifles

CPL C. Candelario squad leader from the Marine detachment of the USS INDEPENDENCE (CV-62), instructs his men on combat tactics at the Marine Corps Development and Education Command

CPL F. Agosto, armed with an M-16A1 rifle, takes a rest from field exercises. He is a member of the demonstration platoon at the Officer Candidate School, Marine Corps Development and Education Command

Radio Communications Man PFC J. Krippendorf and his squad leader, CPL C. Candelario, both from the Marine detachment of the aircraft carrier USS INDEPENDENCE (CV-62), train in tactical maneuvers at the Marine Corps Development and Education Command. They are armed with M-16A1 rifles

Four Marines finish the Parris Island Marathon in the first four positions. They are, left to right, SGT Hicks, SGT Jones, CPL Moore and SSGT Haines

CPL Jerome Waters and two other Marines were injured when a hand-thrown bomb destroyed the vehicle they were riding in. The bombing took place in Costa Rica, when the Marines were on their way to the American Embassy from the Marine House

CPL John Dunbar of Marine Air Traffic Control Squadron 18, Detachment A, adjusts an auxiliary power generator. Equipment in the squadron is constantly checked to make sure that it is always in good working condition

CPL Scott Marchall, a communications technician with Marine Air Traffic Control Squadron 18, Detachment A, troubleshoots an aircraft radio transmitter

LT. CPL. A. J. Nesbit, a military policewoman, practices firing the Colt .45-caliber pistol at the police protective course. The course is a part of a 200-hour training program for the base military police. She is using a standing post position (unofficial)

Lance CPL. Holmes of the 1ST Battalion, 1ST Marines, demonstrates the use of a field switchboard (SB-22) and a field telephone (TA-312/PT) to three children during Family Day

Retired CPL Anthony Cassemento, a Medal of Honor recipient, is photographed with LTC H. C. Barnum during a visit to the base

Radioman PFC J. Krippendorf and his squad leader, CPL C. Candelario, both from the Marine detachment of the aircraft carrier USS INDEPENDENCE (CV-62), train in tactical maneuvers at the Marine Corps Development and Education Command

CPL Victor Branch checks the alignment of the Multilith 1250 offset press as the copy material comes off the machine. This piece of equipment is in the Reproduction Section of the Graphic Arts Branch of the Facilities and Services Division at the Marine Corps Logistics Base

Marines get special training in preparation for security guard duty in the Delmar area. CPL Gary E. Bocra, an instructor, demonstrates a take-down hand hold on LCPL Frank J. Kevin as part of the training

CPL Julio Melendez (half kneeling) and LCPL Kurtis St. Dennis of the 2nd Squad, 1ST Plt., Co. C, 1ST Bn., 23rd Marines, are observing their company's live firing exercise at range 408

SRA Joseph Conner, 147th Security Police Fleet, Army SSGT James Stanford and Army CPL Kevin Lambright, 24th Infantry Division, watch for enemy aircraft at a security outpost during exercise Bold Eagle '82. The men are armed with M-16 rifles

SRA Joseph Conner, 147th Security Police Fleet, Army SSGT James Stanford and Army CPL Kevin Lambright, 24th Infantry Division, watch for enemy aircraft at a security outpost during exercise Bold Eagle '82. The men are armed with M-16 rifles

Army CPL Kevin Lambright uses a Target Alert Data Display to detect enemy aircraft, and determine the direction that they would be approaching from during exercise Bold Eagle '82

CPL Mike Smith, a rifle marksmanship coach at the Weapons Battalion, observes a 1ST Battalion recruit practicing the over-the-wall shooting position with an M-16A1 rifle

Woman Marine CPL. Kathy Sodek, a television editor, is operating a Sony 3/4-inch video tape editing machine, as she adjusts a television monitor. She is a member of the Training and Audiovisual Support Center

Prior to firing, CPL Williams checks the sight on this 105mm howitzer gun for correct alignment. These Marines are participating in Operation CAX-1-2-82

A close-up view of a combat-ready Marine (CPL Williams) as he uses a pair of binoculars to look at the next objective. The Marine is standing inside the turret of an M-60A1 tank. This is part of Operation CAX 1-2-82, held at the Marine Corps Air-to-Ground Combat Center

CPL Smith checks his fellow Marine who is a simulated casualty victim. This is part of the training for the 3rd Bn., 3rd Marines, 3rd Mar. Div., Fleet Marine Force, during their combat readiness evaluation at the Pakalula Training Area

During Operation CAX-1-2-82, CPL Smith of Co. A, 1ST Bn., 8th Marines, moves into position to assault the objective

SGT Smith and CPL Davis assist a third Marine from Alpha Company, 1ST Battalion, 8th Marines, by using the two-man carry. This is part of their training in first-aid during Operation CAX-1-2-82

CPL R. Osuna models the present day Marine Corps flight uniform at the 206th Marine Corps birthday ball

CPL J. J. Blair wears the Marine Corps uniform from the Vietnam Era at the 206th Marine Corps birthday ball

Lance CPL. Regina Martin, a plane captain with Marine Light Attack Squadron 223 (VMA-223), checks the condition of her aircraft

Lance CPL. E. Hanson Quantico, Va....LT. GEN. Frank E. Petersen, left, and LT. GEN. William R. Etnyre, salute at the change of command ceremony in which Petersen retires. Of the two parts into which Petersen's command is split, Brig. GEN. Gail M. Reals as

Lance CPL. E.S. Hansen Quantico, Va....A KC-130 Hercules aircraft takes off during a demonstration for Airshow '88. OFFICIAL U.S. MARINE CORPS PHOTO (RELEASED)

Lance CPL. Polston Quantico, Va....Marines fire 60mm guns in honor of LT. GEN. Frank E. Petersen Jr. and Brig. GEN. Gail M. Reals during a change of command ceremony in which Reals assumes command of Marine Corps Base, Quantico, upon Petersen's retirement

Lance CPL. E.S. Hansen Quantico, Va....Brig. GEN. Gail M. Reals prepares to review the troops during a change of command ceremony in which she assumes command of Marine Corps Base, Quantico, upon the retirement of LT. GEN. Frank E. Petersen Jr. OFFICIAL U

Lance CPL. Thompson Quantico, Va....An AV-8B Harrier aircraft performs a fly-over during Airshow '88. OFFICIAL U.S. MARINE CORPS PHOTO (RELEASED)

Lance CPL. E. Hanson Quantico, Va....GEN. Alfred M. Gray, Marine Corps commandant, left, LT. GEN. Frank E. Petersen, center, and LT. GEN. William R. Etnyre at the change of command ceremony in which Petersen retires. Of the two parts into which Petersen's

Lance CPL. E. Hanson Quantico, Va....LT. GEN. Frank E. Petersen, center, and LT. GEN. William R. Etnyre, left, listen to GEN. Alfred M. Gray, Marine Corps commandant, speak at the change of command ceremony in which Petersen retires. Of the two parts into

CPL. Haynes Quantico, Va....Ordnance explodes during a simulated napalm delivery for Airshow '88. OFFICIAL U.S. MARINE CORPS PHOTO (RELEASED)

Lance CPL. E.S. Hansen Quantico, Va....Brig. GEN. Gail M. Reals is awarded the Legion of Merit by LT. GEN. Frank E. Petersen Jr. during a change of command ceremony in which she assumes command of Marine Corps Base, Quantico, upon Petersen's retirement. O

Lance CPL. E.S. Hansen Quantico, Va....Non-commissioned officers watch a change of command ceremony during which Brig. GEN. Gail M. Reals assumes command of Marine Corps Base, Quantico, upon the retirement of LT. GEN. Frank E. Petersen Jr. OFFICIAL U.S. M

CPL. Edward D. Kniery Quantico, Va....Albert Reidinger, a veteran of World War I, receives the Victory Medal on his 90th birthday from LT. GEN. David M. Twomey, commanding general, Marine Corps Development and Educational Center. OFFICIAL U.S. MARINE CORP

Lance CPL. E.S. Hansen Quantico, Va....An F/A-18 Hornet aircraft performs a fly-over during Airshow '88. OFFICIAL U.S. MARINE CORPS PHOTO (RELEASED)

Lance CPL. E. Hanson Quantico, Va....LT. GEN. John I. Hudson, deputy chief of staff for manpower, talks with a civilian at the change of command ceremony in which LT. GEN. Frank E. Petersen retires. Of the two parts into which Petersen's command is split,

Lance CPL. E.S. Hansen Quantico, Va....A C-130 Hercules aircraft performs a fly-over during Airshow '88. OFFICIAL U.S. MARINE CORPS PHOTO (RELEASED)

Lance CPL. E. Hanson Quantico, Va....LT. GEN. Frank E. Petersen, right, and LT. GEN. William R. Etnyre, stand at attention at the change of command ceremony in which Petersen retires. Of the two parts into which Petersen's command is split, Brig. GEN. Gai

Lance CPL. E.S. Hansen Quantico, Va....Brig. GEN. Gail M. Reals is interviewed by the media following a change of command ceremony during which she assumed command of Marine Corps Base, Quantico, upon the retirement of LT. GEN. Frank E. Petersen Jr. OFFIC

Lance CPL. E.S. Hansen Quantico, Va....Brig. GEN. Gail M. Reals autographs a program following a change of command ceremony in which she assumed command of Marine Corps Base, Quantico, upon the retirement of LT. GEN. Frank E. Petersen Jr. OFFICIAL U.S. MA

Lance CPL. E. Hanson Quantico, Va....Retiring LT. GEN. Frank E. Petersen, left, watches as its new commander, LT. GEN. William R. Etnyre, holds the command flag of the Marine Corps Combat Development Command, at the change of command ceremony. Brig. GEN

Lance CPL. Hanson Quantico, Va....LT. GEN. Frank E. Petersen Jr. receives the colors which he will pass on to LT. GEN. William R. Etnyre during the change of command ceremony. Etnyre is assuming command of the Marine Corps Combat Development Command upon

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