Gabbrielle Cecil, a native of Spencer, Ohio, enlisted as a United States Marine after turning down her acceptance to Harvard University. Michael Bell, left, executive officer of Marine Corps Recruiting Station Frederick, and Staff Sgt.
Cecil says that she is proud of her decision and is ready to start the next chapter in her career as a United States Marine.“I have no regrets for joining the Marines at all,” said Cecil. Jhosue Escate, recruiter for Marine Corps Recruiting Sub-station Alexandria, RS Frederick, presented the scholarship to the Alexandria, Virginia, native, which will cover the cost of tuition, books, and a small living stipend.
Recruits at Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, South Carolina, are expected to pass two different land navigation training events: one during the day and one at night. Hinton is the only coach to receive the award from Marine Corps Recruiting Station Charleston, which covers much of Tennessee, West Virginia, Virginia, Ohio and Kentucky.
The future Marines also known as poolees got a taste of an important skill which military members must learn in order to be better prepared for Marine Corps Recruit Training. Landers, a native of Marietta, Georgia, is the Deputy Comptroller with 4th Marine Corps District. It is earned by a coach who models the Marine Corps leadership values of honor, courage, and commitment.
This is the final step before basic training and confirms their duty to defend the constitution and obey orders given by officers appointed over them.
Marine Corps Poolees with Marine Corps Recruiting Sub-Stations North and South Columbus stand on the ice during an Oath of Enlistment ceremony at the Columbus Blue Jackets game Jan. The Oath of Enlistment pledge is made by each enlisted member of the Armed Forces. Nagy is from Conneaut, Ohio, and will graduate from Conneaut High School in June.
Rhoades Conference Center at Forsyth Tech Community College at Winston-Salem, North Carolina, May 8, 2017. Lewis, 22, from Stafford, Va., has always had a passion for leadership and will follow her father and younger sister into the Corps.
Rubio/Released)Candidate Elaine Lewis, president of the Gamma Phi Beta Sorority at Virginia Tech, will graduate May 12, 2017, and commission as a Marine Corps second lieutenant May 13, 2017, at the Virginia Tech War Memorial. Rogers reported to Marine Combat Training on April 17 where he will learn basic infantry tactics and skills. Hinton is the only coach to receive the award from Marine Corps Recruiting Station Charleston, which covers much of Tennessee, West Virginia, Virginia, Ohio and Kentucky.
Jeremy Fredrichsdorf (left) receives the Commandant of the Marine Corps Trophy from Brig. Fredrichsdorf performed as the top candidate out of a class of more than 200 at the U. Marine Corps Officer Candidate School based on evaluations on academic performance, physical fitness and leadership. “I think it was the best decision I made for my life at this point in time.” (Courtesy Photo) Grace Marinaro is presented her invitation to the exclusive Battles Won Academy during Bishop O’ Connell High School’s awards ceremony in Arlington, Virginia, May 31, 2017. Anthony Kirby/Released)Bishop O’ Connell High School senior, Cameron Cairnie, middle, receives a 0,000 Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps Marine Option Scholarship during a senior awards ceremony in Arlington, Virginia, May 31, 2017. Marinaro, from Mc Lean, Virginia, was one of 96 high school students from across the nation who was selected as a 2017 Semper Fidelis All-American. Michael Bell, left, executive officer of Marine Corps Recruiting Station Frederick, and Staff Sgt. Johnson/Released)Chillicothe High School head football coach Ron Hinton was awarded the 2017 Semper Fi Coach's award by U. Marines with Recruiting Sub-Station Circleville Feb. 7, 2017, during halftime of the Chillicothe Cavaliers boys' varsity basketball game. The poolee’s reaffirmed their commitment to joining the Marine Corps and earning the title Marine before a military appreciation game. Marine Corps Major Shawn Meier, Recruiting Station Cleveland Commanding Officer, leads Marine Corps poolees through the Oath-of-Enlistment before a Canton Charge basketball game March 3, 2017 in Canton, Ohio.