U.S. Marine Corps Forces Reserve

 

U.S. Marine Corps Forces Reserve

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2000 Opelousas Ave., New Orleans, LA 70114
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Marines of 3rd Civil Affairs Group, Force Headquarters Group, Marine Forces Reserve, listen to a brief while participating in the Army’s 97th Civil Affairs Battalion Mission Readiness Exercise, March 28, 2015. The Marines worked in the counties of Perquimans and Bertie, North Carolina, helping communities by providing their civil affairs expertise in areas such as emergency management and disaster risk reduction. The training also helped Marines prepare for deployment, where they use their civil affairs skills to serve as liaisons and build relationships between the military and host nation governments.
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Marines of 3rd Civil Affairs Group, Forces Headquarters Group, Marine Forces Reserve, posed for a picture as they participated in the Army’s 97th Civil Affairs Battalion Mission Readiness Exercise, March 28, 2015. The exercise took place in the counties 
of Perquimans and Bertie, North Carolina, where the civil affairs groups helped increase proficiency in areas such as emergency management and disaster risk reduction. Along with helping the community, the Marines used the training to hone civil affairs skills that could be used during deployment, including serving as liaisons between military forces and civil authorities.
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Marines from 3rd Civil Affairs Group, Force Headquarters Group, Marine Forces Reserve, pose for a picture while participating in the Army’s 97th Civil Affairs Battalion Mission Readiness Exercise, March 28, 2015. The Marines worked with Perquimans and Bertie county managers to address the needs of the communities while building interoperability with the Army’s civil affairs groups. The training also helped Marines prepare for deployment, where they use their civil affairs skills to serve as liaisons and build a relationship between the military and host nation governments.
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U.S. Marines and soldiers from the Republic of Georgia conduct a squad-patrol and Close Air Support (CAS) familiarity exercise as part of the Georgia Deployment Program- ISAF at the Joint Multinational Readiness Center in Hohenfels, Germany, Feb. 10, 2014. What was formerly known as GDPI has now transitioned to Resolute Support Mission, in which Georgian soldiers and Marines focus on training, advising and assisting Afghan Security forces in ensuring stability and security in the region.
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Lance Cpl. Samantha P. Bowling, administrative clerk with Marine Forces Reserve, sits with retired Marines from the Marine Support Group at Andrea’s Restaurant in New Orleans, April 10, 2016. Young Marines had the opportunity to spend time with Marines who served in WWI and WWII and hear about their experiences in the Corps. Through the ages, Marines young and old, regardless of gender, religion or race, all share a common bond through the eagle, globe and anchor that each wears proudly across their heart.
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Pfc. Steven N. Johnson, maintenance management clerk with Marine Forces Reserve, introduces himself to retired Marines from the Marine Support Group at Andrea’s Restaurant in New Orleans, April 10, 2016. Young Marines had the opportunity to spend time with Marines who served in WWI and WWII and hear about their experiences in the Corps. Through the ages, Marines young and old, regardless of gender, religion or race, all share a common bond through the eagle, globe and anchor that each wears proudly across their heart.
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Lance Cpl. Robert D. Kisow, embarkation clerk with Marine Forces Reserve, sits with retired Marines from the Marine Support Group at Andrea’s Restaurant in New Orleans, April 10, 2016. Young Marines had the opportunity to spend time with Marines who served in WWI and WWII and hear about their experiences in the Corps. Through the ages, Marines young and old, regardless of gender, religion or race, all share a common bond through the eagle, globe and anchor that each wears proudly across their heart.
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Cpl. Gerald E. Burdine, administrative clerk with Marine Forces Reserve, introduces himself to retired Marines from the Marine Support Group at Andrea’s Restaurant in New Orleans, April 10, 2015. Young Marines had the opportunity to spend time with Marines who served in WWI and WWII and hear about their experiences in the Corps. Through the ages, Marines young and old, regardless of gender, religion or race, all share a common bond through the eagle, globe and anchor that each wears proudly across their heart.
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Chief Warrant Officer 3 Bryan Sherlock, officer in charge, leads Marine Corps Band New Orleans during the New Orleans Zephyrs baseball game at Zephyr Field, April 9, 2015.The band opened the night with a repertoire of traditional marches, New Orleans-inspired songs and currently popular songs to entertain the audience before the game began. By playing in different events, the band is able to enhance the connection and relationship between the Marine Corps and the New Orleans community.  (U.S Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Ian Ferro)
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Cpl.’s Carlos Sierra and Marcus Robinson and Lance Cpl. Adam Chandler, members of Marine Corps Band New Orleans, sing and dance during the Bourbon Street Parade song performance at the New Orleans Zephyrs baseball game at Zephyr Field, April 9, 2015. By playing in different events, the band is able to enhance the connection and relationship between the Marine Corps and the New Orleans community. (U.S Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Ian Ferro)
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Gunnery Sgt. Michael J. Maschmeier, enlisted conductor of Marine Corps Band New Orleans, plays the euphonium during the New Orleans Zephyrs baseball game at Zephyr Field, April 9, 2015. Marine Corps Band New Orleans is the seventh Marine Corps Band Maschmeier has played with. By playing in different events, the band is able to enhance the connection and relationship between the Marine Corps and the New Orleans community.  (U.S Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Ian Ferro)
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Marine Corps Band New Orleans performs for the season opener of the New Orleans Zephyrs baseball team at Zephyr Field, April 9, 2015. The band entertained attendees before the game with a wide repertoire of music from traditional marches and New Orleans-inspired songs to currently popular tunes. By playing in different events, the band is able to enhance the connection and relationship between the Marine Corps and the New Orleans community.  (U.S Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Ian Ferro)
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The fiscal year 2016 Reserve Command Screening Board and Reserve Senior Leader Board will convene Aug. 10, 2015 for Reserve component colonels and colonels select. The boards will convene on Aug. 17 for Reserve component lieutenant colonels and lieutenant colonels select. The board will select officers for designated command and Reserve senior leader billets projected to be available between Oct. 1, 2015 and Sept. 30, 2016. (Photo by Cpl. John Suleski)
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Saudi Arabian Marine Corps officers meet  with Cpl. Robert Loeffler, the assistance maintenance chief at Marine Corps Training Center in Tampa, Fla., Dec. 5, 2014. The Saudi Arabian Marine Corps officers visited Marines with 4th AA Bn. to attend a demonstration about the capabilities of amphibian assault vehicles.
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Marine administrative message 160/15 announces the fiscal year 2015 Reserve Career Transition command visits will be conducted from April through July 2015, at designated commands. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Cpl. Jeremy Ware/Released)
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Lt. Col. Mike Corrado, Deputy Assistant Chief of Staff G-3, 4th Marine Division   stands back stage with singer/song writer Toby Keith during ACM Presents: An All-Star Salute To The Troops at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on April 7, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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