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In November the Marine Corps bid farewell to their commandant, Gen. James T. Conway, and welcomed Gen. James F. Amos, the first naval aviator to take charge as the senior Marine. As the Corps moves further into the 21st century, Marines are facilitating the progression of Afghans helping Afghans through the Day Laborer Program, making their villages safe by fighting off the Taliban and clearings the path for a chance of a brighter future in Helmand province.

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  • Causeytracey002

    missing my son… so wishes he was home .. but i know he is safe and god is watching over him..

  • Gemini1001

    I want to see Maj Gen Richard Millls

  • Judy

    Hey you guys, these are terrific pictures! I’m trying to catch a glimpse of the Corpsman. Can you take some of them or is there a page with pics just for them?? God Bless you all! Its because of you the BRAVE, that keep us, the home of the FREE!
    Just a mother wanting to see her youngest boy.