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A Navy Landing Craft, Air Cushion rides over a beach carrying a M1 Abrams tank with Company E, 4th Tank Battalion, 4th Marine Division, Marine Forces Reserve, during a simulated ship-to-shore movement as a part of the battalion’s annual training exercise here, July 21, 2014. The two week exercise included live-fire tank and infantry integration as well as amphibious operations which gave the Marines a chance to operate in a simulated ship-to-shore movement. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Codey Underwood)
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An M1 Abrams tank with Company E, 4th Tank Battalion, 4th Marine Division, Marine Forces Reserve, fires a Canister Round out of its 120 millimeter main gun during a live-fire range as a part of the battalion’s annual training exercise here, July 21, 2014. The canister round holds 1,001 large pellets that spread into a large target area when fired; tearing through wood, concrete, metal and anything that would come in between the tank and its target. The two week exercise included live-fire tank and infantry integration as well as amphibious operations which gave the Marines a chance to operate in a simulated ship-to-shore movement. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Codey Underwood)
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A Navy Landing Craft, Air Cushion approaches the beach carrying a M1 Abrams tank with Company E, 4th Tank Battalion, 4th Marine Division, Marine Forces Reserve, as a sailor directs them in during a simulated ship-to-shore movement as a part of the battalion’s annual training exercise here, July 21, 2014. The two week exercise included live-fire tank and infantry integration as well as amphibious operations which gave the Marines a chance to operate in a simulated ship-to-shore movement. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Codey Underwood)
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An M1 Abrams tank with Company E, 4th Tank Battalion, 4th Marine Division, Marine Forces Reserve, disembarks a Navy Landing Craft, Air Cushion during a simulated ship-to-shore movement as a part of the battalion’s annual training exercise here, July 21, 2014. The two week exercise included live-fire tank and infantry integration as well as amphibious operations which gave the Marines a chance to operate in a simulated ship-to-shore movement. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Codey Underwood)
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Marines with 14th Marine Regiment, Marine Forces Reserve, exit an Amphibious Assault Vehicle during a live-fire range as a part of the battalion’s annual training exercise here, July 21, 2014. The two week exercise included live-fire tank and infantry integration as well as amphibious operations which gave the Marines a chance to operate in a simulated ship-to-shore movement. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Codey Underwood)
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Marines with 14th Marine Regiment, Marine Forces Reserve, maneuver through buildings and rough terrain to reach their targets during a live-fire range as a part of the battalion’s annual training exercise here, July 21, 2014. The two week exercise included live-fire tank and infantry integration as well as amphibious operations which gave the Marines a chance to operate in a simulated ship-to-shore movement. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Codey Underwood)
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An M1 Abrams tank with Company E, 4th Tank Battalion, 4th Marine Division, Marine Forces Reserve, fires a mounted .50 caliber machinegun during a live-fire range as part of the battalion’s annual training exercise here, July 21, 2014. The two week exercise included live-fire tank and infantry integration as well as amphibious operations which gave the Marines a chance to operate in a simulated ship-to-shore movement. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Codey Underwood)
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Former Marine Cpl. Joshua Ploetz, makes his way to shore before beaing greeted by a crowd of Marines, sailors, veterans family members  July 25, 2014, as he paddles closer to the end of his 2,575-mile journey down the Mississippi River, in New Orleans, July 25, 2014. Ploetz began his journey to raise awareness for post-traumatic stress May 19, at Lake Itasca Minn.
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Gregg T. Habel, executive director Marine Forces Reserve and Marine Forces North (left), former active-duty Marine Cpl. Joshua Ploetz, a combat veteran (middle) and Lt. Col. Steven Godinho, Marine Forces Reserve Headquarters Battalion commanding officer (right) stand together July 25, 2014 after Ploetz comes ashore at Algiers Point along the Mississippi River. Ploetz paddled nearly 2,575-miles down the Mississippi to raise awareness for post-traumatic stress.
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Marines and sailors from Headquarters, Marine Forces Reserve greet former Marine Cpl. Joshua Ploetz, as he paddles closer to the end of his 2,575-mile journey down the Mississippi River, in New Orleans, July 25, 2014. Ploetz began his journey to raise awareness for post-traumatic stress May 19, at Lake Itasca Minn.
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Full Ensamble, 50 Yardline
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County Fair
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Reliant Center
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Parade March
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Drum Major
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Staff photo by DARWIN WEIGEL
Elmer Mackall, 87, of Prince Frederick received the Congressional Gold Medal, the highest civilian award bestowed by congress, Tuesday at Gray Ray Post 220 of the American Legion in Prince Frederick. Mackall was among the first black Americans to join the Marines and train at Montford Point in North Carolina in preparation for WWII duty for the Guadalcanal Campaign in the South Pacific. Behind him from left is U.S. Marine Lt. Col. David Johnson, his son Ronald Mackall and Azizi Wesmiller of Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski's (D-Md.) office who worked to get Mackall recognized.
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