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Sgt. Wayne S. Gallagher, Western Division Team, receives the Lauchheimer plaque during the 2014 Marine Corps Match Championships Award Ceremony aboard the Weapons Training Battalion gymnasium at Stone Bay, April 18. Eighty-four competitors competed in the championships in three different categories. The individual rifle match, the individual pistol match and the team rifle and pistol match. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Alicia R. Leaders)
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Sgt. Richard N. West, a drill instructor from Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, S.C., and Capt. Stanley C. Wisniewski, Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, S.C., shooting team officer in charge, Eastern Division Team, fire the National Match M1911 .45 caliber service pistol one-handed, during the team pistol match portion of the 2014 Marine Corps Match Championships, April 16, aboard the Weapons Training Battalion ranges at Stone Bay. Eighty-four competitors competed in the championships in three different categories. The individual rifle match, the individual pistol match and the team rifle and pistol match. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Alicia R. Leaders)
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Cpl. Gerald B. Guerra, air support net operator with Marine Air Support Squadron 3, 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing, Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, Calif., earns rifle and pistol medals during the 2014 Marine Corps Match Championships Award Ceremony aboard the Weapons Training Battalion gymnasium at Stone Bay, April 18. Eighty-four competitors competed in the championships in three different categories. The individual rifle match, the individual pistol match and the team rifle and pistol match. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Alicia R. Leaders)
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Sgt. Richard N. West, a drill instructor from Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, S.C., receives a medal from Col. James W. Clark, deputy commander of Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune and guest speaker, during the 2014 Marine Corps Match Championships Award Ceremony aboard the Weapons Training Battalion gymnasium at Stone Bay, April 18. Eighty-four competitors competed in the championships in three different categories. The individual rifle match, the individual pistol match and the team rifle and pistol match. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Alicia R. Leaders)
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Capt. Stanley C. Wisniewski, Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, S.C., shooting team officer in charge, Eastern Division Team, fires the National Match M1911 .45 caliber service pistol one-handed, during the pistol team match portion of the 2014 Marine Corps Match Championships, April 16, aboard the Weapons Training Battalion ranges at Stone Bay. Eighty-four competitors competed in the championships in three different categories. The individual rifle match, the individual pistol match and the team rifle and pistol match. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Alicia R. Leaders)
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Lance Cpl. Branden A. Debolt, a TOW gunner with 1st Tank Battalion, 1st Marine Division, Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms, Calif., Western Division Team, fires the National Match M1911 .45 caliber service pistol during the individual pistol portion of the 2014 Marine Corps Championships from April 14-16 aboard the Weapons Training Battalion ranges at Stone Bay. The individual pistol match is shot at the 25-yard line and 50-yard line, and must be shot one-handed. Debolt is one of 84 competitors, and they competed in three different categories. The individual rifle match, the individual pistol match and the team rifle and pistol match. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Alicia R. Leaders/Released)
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Sgt. Richard N. West, a drill instructor from Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, S.C., Eastern Division Team, fires the National Match M1911 .45 caliber service pistol one-handed, with his other hand placed in the pocket for stability, during the individual pistol portion of the 2014 Marine Corps Match Championships from April 14-16 aboard the Weapons Training Battalion ranges at Stone Bay. The individual pistol match is shot at the 25-yard line and 50-yard line, and must be shot one-handed, and the other hand can be placed in the pocket for stability. West is one of 84 competitors, and they competed in three different categories. The individual rifle match, the individual pistol match and the team rifle and pistol match. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Alicia R. Leaders/Released)
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(From left to right) Capt. Andrew D. Blackwell, assistant disbursing officer with Combat Logistics Regiment 37, 3rd Marine Logistics Group, Camp Foster, Japan, watches rounds go down range as Gunnery Sgt. Barry A. Worster, motor transportation chief with 3rd Combat Assault Battalion, 3rd Marine Division, Marine Corps Base Okinawa, Japan, and Sgt. Juan A. Quintero, correction specialist with Headquarters Service Battalion, MCB Camp Butler, and Chief Warrant Officer 3 Scott W. Richards, corrections officer with Headquarters Service Battalion, Marine Corps Base Camp Butler, Far East Division Team, fire rounds with the National Match M16A4 service rifle with iron sights on the 600-yard line during the team rifle match portion of the 2014 Marine Corps Match Championships, April 16, aboard the Weapons Training Battalion ranges at Stone Bay. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Alicia R. Leaders/Released)
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Cpl. Austin J. Kirby, an Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting technician with Marine Wing Support Detachment, Marine Corps Air Station Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii, Pacific Division Team, stands in preparation for moving to the sitting position upon firing the National Match M16A4 service rifle with iron sights at the 300-yard line rapid fire during the individual rifle portion of the 2014 Marine Corps Match Championships from April 14-16 aboard the Weapons Training Battalion ranges at Stone Bay. Kirby is one of 84 competitors, and they competed in three different categories. The individual rifle match, the individual pistol match and the team rifle and pistol match. The individual rifle match and team match are shot from the 200-yard line, 300-yard line and 600-yard line. The match rifle weighs approximately 17 pounds, with a stainless steel barrel with both weighted hand guards and butt stock. During competition marksmanship, competitors are supplied with unique shooting jackets and non-slip leather rifle slings that provide additional stability, and long-distance scouting scopes to sight shots at distances more than 600 yards. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Alicia R. Leaders/Released)
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Sgt. Richard N. West, a drill instructor from Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, S.C., Eastern Division Team, loads a magazine in preparation for firing the National Match M1911 .45 caliber service pistol during the individual pistol portion of the 2014 Marine Corps Match Championships from April 14-16 aboard the Weapons Training Battalion ranges at Stone Bay. The individual pistol match is shot at the 25-yard line and 50-yard line, and must be shot one-handed. West is one of 84 competitors, and they competed in three different categories. The individual rifle match, the individual pistol match and the team rifle and pistol match. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Alicia R. Leaders/Released)
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Cpl. Austin J. Kirby, an Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting technician with Marine Wing Support Detachment, Marine Corps Air Station Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii, Pacific Division Team, fires the National Match M16A4 service rifle with iron sights at the 300-yard line rapid fire during the individual rifle portion of the 2014 Marine Corps Match Championships from April 14-16 aboard the Weapons Training Battalion ranges at Stone Bay. Kirby is one of 84 competitors, and they competed in three different categories. The individual rifle match, the individual pistol match and the team rifle and pistol match. The individual rifle match and team match are shot from the 200-yard line, 300-yard line and 600-yard line. The match rifle weighs approximately 17 pounds, with a stainless steel barrel with both weighted hand guards and butt stock. During competition marksmanship, competitors are supplied with unique shooting jackets and non-slip leather rifle slings that provide additional stability, and long-distance scouting scopes to sight shots at distances more than 600 yards. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Alicia R. Leaders/Released)
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The National Match M1911 .45 caliber service pistol is used during the individual pistol portion of the 2014 Marine Corps Championships from April 14-16 aboard the Weapons Training Battalion ranges at Stone Bay. The individual pistol match is shot at the 25-yard line and 50-yard line, and must be shot one-handed. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Alicia R. Leaders/Released)
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Sgt. Richard N. West, a drill instructor from Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, S.C., Eastern Division Team, fires the National Match M16A4 service rifle with iron sights at the 200-yard line during the individual rifle portion of the 2014 Marine Corps Championships from April 14-16 aboard the Weapons Training Battalion ranges at Stone Bay. West is one of 84 competitors, and they competed in three different categories. The individual rifle match, the individual pistol match and the team rifle and pistol match. The individual rifle match and team match are shot from the 200-yard line, 300-yard line and 600-yard line. The match rifle weighs approximately 17 pounds, with a stainless steel barrel with both weighted hand guards and butt stock. During competition marksmanship, competitors are supplied with unique shooting jackets and non-slip leather rifle slings that provide additional stability, and long-distance scouting scopes to sight shots at distances more than 600 yards. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Alicia R. Leaders/Released)
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Staff Sgt. Benjamin J. Lacasse, tower staff noncommissioned officer with Headquarters Battalion, Marine Corps Air Station Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii, Pacific Division Team, fires the National Match M16A4 service rifle with iron sights at the 200-yard line during the individual rifle portion of the 2014 Marine Corps Match Championships from April 14-16 aboard the Weapons Training Battalion ranges at Stone Bay. West is one of 84 competitors, and they competed in three different categories. The individual rifle match, the individual pistol match and the team rifle and pistol match. The individual rifle match and team match are shot from the 200-yard line, 300-yard line and 600-yard line. The match rifle weighs approximately 17 pounds, with a stainless steel barrel with both weighted hand guards and butt stock. During competition marksmanship, competitors are supplied with unique shooting jackets and non-slip leather rifle slings that provide additional stability, and long-distance scouting scopes to sight shots at distances more than 600 yards. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Alicia R. Leaders/Released)
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Col. Gregory H. Kitchens, officer in charge and marksmanship training unit and shooting for Marine Corps Forces Reserve Division Team, checks his time before firing the National Match M16A4 service rifle with iron sights at the 200-yard line during the individual rifle portion of the 2014 Marine Corps Championships from April 14-16 aboard the Weapons Training Battalion ranges at Stone Bay. Kitchens is one of 84 competitors, and they competed in three different categories. The individual rifle match, the individual pistol match and the team rifle and pistol match. The individual rifle match and team match are shot from the 200-yard line, 300-yard line and 600-yard line. The match rifle weighs approximately 17 pounds, with a stainless steel barrel with both weighted hand guards and butt stock. During competition marksmanship, competitors are supplied with unique shooting jackets and non-slip leather rifle slings that provide additional stability, and long-distance scouting scopes to sight shots at distances more than 600 yards. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Alicia R. Leaders/Released)
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Welcome-home signs hang in the lobby of the Albert J. Ellis Airport in Jacksonville, N.C., April 20, 2014. Spouses and family members gathered in the airport, waiting to be reunited with their Marines of Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron (HMH) 464, as they returned from a six-month deployment to Okinawa, Japan. Nine Marines were part of the advance party’s return from the six-month deployment. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Alicia R. Leaders/Released)
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