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2nd Lt. Olaolu Ogunyemi commissioned at Grambling State University

Olaolu Ogunyemi listens for his name to be called to receive his degree during his college graduation commencement ceremony at Grambling State University Dec. 14, 2012. Ogunyemi graduated with honors and is the first Marine Corps officer to be commissioned from Grambling State in more than three decades. Maj. Gen. Ronald Bailey, commanding general of 1st Marine Division, administered the oath of office.



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This work, 2nd Lt. Olaolu Ogunyemi commissioned at Grambling State University [Image 2 of 6], by Sgt Scott Schmidt, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:12.14.2012

Date Posted:12.15.2012 07:14

Photo ID:801963

VIRIN:121214-M-CT639-081

Resolution:2304x3456

Size:2.56 MB

Location:GRAMBLING, LA., LA, US

Hometown:GRAMBLING, LA, US

Hometown:RUSTON, LA, US

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