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Marines from Charlie Co., Fleet Anti-terrorism Security Team, U.S. Marine Corps Security Forces Regiment finish a 5K run/Walk event as part of the Marine Corps Community Services 2018 Resource and Health Fair near Naval Support Activity Hampton Roads, Sept. 21. Marines were joined by other service members and their families to help promote physical fitness and healthy lifestyle. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Chris Jones/Released)
Service member and their families from the Hampton Roads, Va. area participate in the Marine Corps Community Services 2018 Resource and Health Fair Run/Walk 5K near Naval Support Activity Hampton Roads, Sept. 21. Participants enjoyed food, music, and prizes during the event. Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Chris Jones/Released)
Marines from U.S. Marine Corps Forces Command prepare for  the Marine Corps Community Services 2018 Resource and Health Fair Run/Walk 5K near Naval Support Activity Hampton Roads, Sept. 21. Participants enjoyed food, music, and prizes during the event. Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Chris Jones/Released)
Brig. Gen. Michael S. Cederholm, Deputy Commander, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Command, speaks before veterans of the Battle of the Chosin Reservoir and their families during a reunion in Norfolk, Va., Sept. 8. Cederholm thanked them for their service and assured them the Marines who follow in their footsteps carry on the same values today. 'The Chosin Few' gather together annually to pay respects to their fallen brothers and to share stories of their experiences during the Korean War. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Chris Jones/Released)
Brig. Gen. Michael S. Cederholm, Deputy Commander, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Command, speaks before veterans of the Battle of the Chosin Reservoir and their families during a reunion in Norfolk, Va., Sept. 8. Cederholm thanked them for their service and assured them the Marines who follow in their footsteps carry on the same values today. 'The Chosin Few' gather together annually to pay respects to their fallen brothers and to share stories of their experiences during the Korean War. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Chris Jones/Released)
Brig. Gen. Michael S. Cederholm, Deputy Commander, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Command, speaks before veterans of the Battle of the Chosin Reservoir and their families during a reunion in Norfolk, Va., Sept. 8. Cederholm thanked them for their service and assured them the Marines who follow in their footsteps carry on the same values today. 'The Chosin Few' gather together annually to pay respects to their fallen brothers and to share stories of their experiences during the Korean War. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Chris Jones/Released)
Raymond Miller, who served as a Sgt. in the 1st Marine Division during the Battle of Chosin Reservoir, joined his fellow Marines and families at the Sheraton Norfolk Waterside Hotel, Norfolk, Va., Aug. 7, for a memorial service to pay tribute to those who passed during the Korean War.  The Marines who survived, along with soldiers and sailors are known as the Chosin Few. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photos by Chris Jones/Released)
U.S. Marine Corps veterans from the Battle of Chosin Reservoir, and their family members gather at the Sheraton Norfolk Waterside Hotel, Norfolk, Va., for a memorial service to pay tribute to those who passed during the Korean War. The Marines who survived, along with soldiers and sailors are known as the Chosin Few. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photos by Chris Jones/Released)
Raymond Miller, who served as a Sgt. in the 1st Marine Division during the Battle of Chosin Reservoir, joined his fellow Marines and families at the Sheraton Norfolk Waterside Hotel, Norfolk, Va., Aug. 7, for a memorial service to pay tribute to those who passed during the Korean War.  The Marines who survived, along with soldiers and sailors are known as the Chosin Few. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photos by Chris Jones/Released)
U.S. Marine Corps veterans from the Battle of Chosin Reservoir, and their family members gather at the Sheraton Norfolk Waterside Hotel, Norfolk, Va., for a memorial service to pay tribute to those who passed during the Korean War. The Marines who survived, along with soldiers and sailors are known as the Chosin Few. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photos by Chris Jones/Released)
Lt.Gen. Mark A. Brilakis, Commander, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Command, and Brig. Gen. William H. Seely III, Director, Office of U.S. Marine Corps Communication, provide service members the Marine Corps’ diversity vision and commitment to strengthening the sea services by recruiting, developing and retaining talent from all cultures and backgrounds.  Brilakis and Seely facilitated discussions at the National Naval Officers Association Annual Symposium in Portsmouth, Va., on Aug. 9. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Garett Burns/Released)
Lt.Gen. Mark A. Brilakis, Commander, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Command, and Brig. Gen. William H. Seely III, Director, Office of U.S. Marine Corps Communication, provide service members the Marine Corps’ diversity vision and commitment to strengthening the sea services by recruiting, developing and retaining talent from all cultures and backgrounds.  Brilakis and Seely facilitated discussions at the National Naval Officers Association Annual Symposium in Portsmouth, Va., on Aug. 9. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Garett Burns/Released)
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Brig. Gen. Eric. E. Austin, Deputy Commander, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Command, was frocked by Lt. Gen. Mark A. Brilakis, Commander, MARFORCOM, at a promotion ceremony at MARFORCOM headquarters, Naval Support Activity Hampton Roads, Va., May 23. The frocking ceremony, a Naval tradition dating back to 1802, was attended by family, friends and service members from near and far.
Brig. Gen. Eric. E. Austin, Deputy Commander, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Command, was frocked by Lt. Gen. Mark A. Brilakis, Commander, MARFORCOM, at a promotion ceremony at MARFORCOM headquarters, Naval Support Activity Hampton Roads, Va., May 23. The frocking ceremony, a Naval tradition dating back to 1802, was attended by family, friends and service members from near and far.