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    • Not One Drop

      Not One Drop

      Video by Lance Cpl. Bernadette Wildes   |   III Marine Expeditionary Force   |   10.05.2017

      U.S. Marines with III Marine Expeditionary Force talk about the dangers of drunk driving. NCOs remind their peers of the importance of “Not One Drop If You’re Driving.” Marines featured: Sgt. Evan Williams, supply administrative specialist, MTACS – 18, 1st Marine Aircraft Wing Cpl. Jordan White, water supply technician, 3rd Medical Battalion, 3rd Marine Logistics Group Sgt. Michael......
      Hometown: Houston, TX

    • Navy hosts Student Leadership, Latina Day Sessions during HESTEC 2017

      Navy hosts Student Leadership, Latina Day Sessions during HESTEC 2017

      Story by Burrell Parmer   |   Navy Recruiting Command   |   10.04.2017

      “Changing the world through STEM” is the theme of the 2017 Hispanic Engineering, Science, and Technology (HESTEC) Week held on the campus of the University of Texas-Rio Grande Valley (UTRGV), Oct. 2 - 7. Sailors and support personnel of Navy Recruiting District San Antonio, Navy City Outreach Southwest Region, and the Navy's Diversity Office participated in Student Leadership Day and......
      Hometown: Houston, TX

    • Navy hosts Latina Day Sessions at HESTEC 2017

      Navy hosts Latina Day Sessions at HESTEC 2017

      Photo by Burrell Parmer   |   Navy Recruiting Command   |   10.04.2017

      EDINBURG, Texas - (Oct. 4, 2017) Houston native, Lt. Cmdr. Diana Tran-Yu, Navy City Outreach Southwest Region officer, Navy Recruiting Command, along with recruiters assigned to Navy Recruiting District San Antonio, discusses grassroots perspectives on opportunities, benefits, and careers in the Navy to students during Latina Day at the 2017 Hispanic Engineering, Science and Technology Week......
      Hometown: Houston, TX

    • U.S. Army South Change of Command

      U.S. Army South Change of Command

      Video by Sgt. Jeremy Odom   |   U.S. Army South   |   10.04.2017

      Another great day for the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) and the U.S. Army as U.S. Army South changes command between MG Clarence K.K. Chinn and MG Mark R. Stammer. ADM Kurt W. Tidd commander of U.S. Southern Command (SOUTHCOM) is the reviewing officer. The ceremony took place Oct 3rd on Joint Base San Antonio - Ft. Sam Houston, Texas....
      Hometown: Houston, TX

    • Marines participate in New York Photo Exhibition

      Marines participate in New York Photo Exhibition

      Story by Sgt. Bryan Nygaard   |   Marine Corps Recruiting Command   |   10.04.2017

      During the month of September, I had the privilege of representing the U.S. Marine Corps at Photoville, a photography exhibition hosted under the Brooklyn Bridge in the Dumbo neighborhood. Going on its sixth year, it is considered by the New York Times to be New York’s premier photo festival. Over the course of two weeks, thousands of people visited the exhibition, which was set up in a......
      Hometown: Houston, TX

    • Marines participate in New York Photo Exhibition

      Marines participate in New York Photo Exhibition

      Photo by Cpl. Aaron Patterson   |   Marine Corps Recruiting Command   |   10.04.2017

      Marine photojournalists Sgt. John Martinez, Sgt. Bryan Nygaard, Staff Sgt. Alfred Lopez, and Staff Sgt. Alicia Leaders stand inside their photo display at Photoville in Brooklyn, New York, September 21, 2017. Photoville is an annual a photography exhibition hosted under the Brooklyn Bridge in the Dumbo neighborhood. The Marine Corps participated in the exhibition for the first time by showing......
      Hometown: Houston, TX

    • Changing the World through STEM, America’s Navy attends HESTEC

      Changing the World through STEM, America’s Navy attends HESTEC

      Story by Burrell Parmer   |   Navy Recruiting Command   |   10.03.2017

      “Changing the world through STEM” is the theme of the 2017 Hispanic Engineering, Science, and Technology (HESTEC) Week held on the campus of the University of Texas-Rio Grande Valley (UTRGV), Oct. 2 - 7....
      Hometown: Houston, TX

    • Changing the World through STEM, America’s Navy attends HESTEC

      Changing the World through STEM, America’s Navy attends HESTEC

      Photo by Burrell Parmer   |   Navy Recruiting Command   |   10.03.2017

      EDINBURG, Texas (Oct. 2, 2017) Houston native, Capt. Thomas Herzig, commanding officer, Naval Medical Research Unit San Antonio, speaks on the importance of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) within the Navy during the 2017 Hispanic Engineering, Science and Technology Week’s (HESTEC) STEM Literacy Panel held on the campus of the University of Texas-Rio Grande Valley. ......
      Hometown: Houston, TX