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Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center

"Marine Air Ground Task Force Training Command"

Twentynine Palms, California
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Cpl. Arthur E. Krenzel III, field radio operator, 3rd Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion, salutes Capt. Kelvin Chew, communications officer, S-6, 3rd Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion, during his meritorious promotion ceremony at the Communications Building of 3rd LAR, Aug. 15, 2014.
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Capt. Kelvin Chew, communications officer, S-6, 3rd Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion, hands Sgt. Arthur E. Krenzel III, field radio operator, 3rd LAR, his promotion warrant during his meritorious promotion ceremony at the Communications Building of 3rd LAR, Aug. 15, 2014.
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Sgt. Arthur E. Krenzel III, field radio operator, 3rd Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion, expresses his gratitude to his shop and his eagerness to contribute to the section as a sergeant of Marines during his meritorious promotion ceremony at the Communications Building of 3rd LAR, Aug. 15, 2014.
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Master Sgt. Michael W. Wilson, communications chief, 3rd Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion, and Capt. Kelvin Chew, communications officer, S-6, 3rd LAR, pin Sgt. Arthur E. Krenzel III, field radio operator, 3rd LAR, during his meritorious promotion ceremony at the Communications Building of 3rd LAR, Aug. 15, 2014.
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Cpl. Arthur E. Krenzel III, field radio operator, 3rd Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion, stands at attention in front of other communications Marines in his section during the reading of his promotion warrant as part of the meritorious promotion ceremony at the Communications Building of 3rd LAR, Aug. 15, 2014.
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Cpl. Arthur E. Krenzel III, field radio operator, 3rd Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion, salutes Capt. Kelvin Chew, communications officer, S-6, 3rd Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion, during his meritorious promotion ceremony at the Communications Building of 3rd LAR, Aug. 15, 2014.
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Combat Center children showcase their outfits donated by American Friends of our Armed Forces during a fashion show at the Main Exchange Aug. 15, 2014. The back to school week was well received by families that attended. (Official Marine Corps Photo by Cpl. Kathryn Seiler/Released)
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Combat Center families enjoyed the pool party at the Training Tank, Aug. 13, 2014. The children took turns maneuvering through the obstacle course. (Official Marine Corps Photo by Cpl. Kathryn Seiler/Released)
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Combat center families Back to School pool party at the Training Tank, Aug. 13, 2014. The children enjoyed activities at the pool, including water bikes and an inflatable obstacle course. (Official Marine Corps Photo by Cpl. Kathryn Seiler/Released)
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At 52-years-old Hoke accomplished a 296 Combat Fitness Test score with no prior military experience. She has totaled 20 years of federal service with 16 of those being aboard the Combat Center.
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Arrowheads on display at the Combat Center Archaeology and Paleontology Curation Center range from 10,000 years old on the left, to 100 years old on the right. Next to them is a milling slab and hand stone that inhabitants of the installation's Deadman Lake area used to grind things like mesquite beans. (Official Marine Corps photo by Kelly O'Sullivan/Released)
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Vertebrae, teeth and the long bone of a long-extinct prehistoric horse rest in a display case at the Combat Center Archaeology and Paleontology Curation Center. The display includes information about the species and computerized renderings of what they would have looked like. (Official Marine Corps photo by Kelly O'Sullivan/Released)
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This 2.75-million-year-old hind foot and portion of the shell of a giant tortoise known as Hesperotestudo,  on display at the Archaeology and Paleontology Curation Center, was found in the Combat Center's Gypsum Ridge Training Area in 1998. (Official Marine Corps photo by Kelly O'Sullivan)
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D'Anne Albers, a cultural resource specialist who has worked at the Combat Center Archaeology and Paleontology Curation Center since 2010, shows off the prehistoric horses display. Above a case holding one of the extinct animal's vertebrae, teeth and long bone is a sign showing what the creatures looked like and their range. (Official Marine Corps photo by Kelly O'Sullivan/Released)
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The new display room at the Combat Center Archaeology and Paleontology Curation Center features artifacts collected from sites throughout the installation, with items dating from modern times to as far back as 2.75 million years. (Official Marine Corps photo by Kelly O'Sullivan/Released)
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D'Anne Albers, a cultural resource specialist who has worked at the Combat Center Archaeology and Paleontology Curation Center since 2010, checks out one of the Ethnobotanical Gardens at the facility. (Official Marine Corps photo by Kelly O'Sullivan/Released)
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