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Col Scott Loch, Commanding Officer of Marine Corps Activity Guam speaks during the John Gerber Memorial 5 k run, commemorating health and the physical fitness of the island.
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Brigadier General Richard L. Simcock, II, Deputy Commander, US Marine Corps Forces Pacific, left, shakes hands with Corporal German Trevizo, of Marine Corps Activity Guam during his visit aboard U.S. Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station Guam, April 3, 2013.  BGen. Simcock visited the island during a tour of the Pacific forces and to see more of the realignment in the region.
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Brigadier General Richard L. Simcock, II, Deputy Commander, US Marine Corps Forces Pacific, speaks to assembled personnel of Marine Corps Activity Guam about the importance of mission-readiness aboard the island during his visit aboard U.S. Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station Guam, April 3, 2013.  BGen. Simcock visited the island during a tour of the Pacific forces and to see more of the realignment in the region.
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Marine Corps Activity Guam poses for a group picture with the Marine Corps Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps, Okkodo High School, Dededo, Guam, March 20, 2013. The Okkodo HS is the only school on Guam to support the Marine Corps JROTC program, and supports the Marine presence on Guam in the form of ceremonies and other events.
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Colonel Scott Loch, Marine Corps Activity Guam Commanding Officer, far left, hands a framed plaque in appreciation to the principal, Faye Flores, center, Master Sgt. Larry McNair, middle right, and Chief Warrant Officer 4 Ernest Turner, far right, of Marine Corps Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps for the dedication their participants have shown in actions recognized by the Commandant for outstanding performance, Okkodo High School, Dededo, Guam, March 20, 2013. The Okkodo HS is the only school on Guam to support the Marine Corps JROTC program, and supports the Marine presence on Guam in the form of ceremonies and other events.
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Colonel Scott Loch, Marine Corps Activity Guam Commanding Officer, speaks to Marine Corps Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps about the dedication they've shown in actions recognized by the Commandant for outstanding performance, Okkodo High School, Dededo, Guam, March 20, 2013. The Okkodo HS is the only school on Guam to support the Marine Corps JROTC program, and supports the Marine presence on Guam in the form of ceremonies and other events.
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Marines with 3rd Battalion, 6th Marine Regiment conduct dry fire reaction drills to sharpen skills during Guahan Shield 2013 aboard US Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station Guam, March 4, 2013. Exercise Guahan Shield 2013 encompasses more than 300 personnel from the Combat Logistics Detachment 39, 9th Engineering Support Battalion, 3rd Marine Logistics Group, and the infantry’s Lima Company, 3rd Battalion, 6th Marine Regiment, and will participate in training that continues until May.
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Gunnery Sergeant Jaime Hernandez with Marine Corps Activity Guam, center left, judges an unarmed drill team from the George Washington High School Army Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps during the finals for the annual Multiple School Unit Guam Drill Competition held at the George Washington High School, Guam, March 2, 2013. The Annual Multiple School Unit Guam Drill Competition is the first step towards the National JROTC competitions for local Guam high schools.
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Master Sergeant Pauline Franklin, Senior Enlisted Advisor, center, gets her new rank pinned on by her daughters and husband during her promotion ceremony at the Asan beach, Guam, March 1, 2013. The promotion from Gunnery Sgt. to Master Sgt. Pauline Franklin took place at the historical landmark of Asan beach, important to the Marine Corps as a landing and successive victory during World War II, on the first of March.
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Major General Kessler, Commander of Marine Corps Installations Command and ADC I&L (Facilities), right, speaks with Marine Officers of Marine Corps Activity Guam at their headquarters aboard U.S. Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station Guam during his visit 27 Feb, 2013.  Kessler's visit was part of a tour of Guam with his Air Force counterpart, Maj. Gen. Timothy Byers, The Civil Engineer, Headquarters U.S. Air Force, regarding issues associated with the Defense Policy Review Initiative.
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