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Marine Corps Commandant Gen. James F. Amos pays his respects during the military tribute to Gen. Carl Epting Mundy, Jr., the 30th Commandant of the Marine Corps, at the Marine Corps War Memorial in Arlington, Va. Amos is joined by Gen. Mundy's sons, Brig. Gen. Carl Mundy, III, and Col. Timothy Mundy, who both followed in their father's footsteps becoming commissioned officers in the United States Marine Corps.
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U.S. Marine Corps Cpl. Parnell Sararana, New Horizons Civil Affairs Detachment, standing left, signs to students while U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Jon Espinoza, New Horizons civil engineer, seated center, reads April 4, 2014, at the Stella Maris School Belize Academy for the Deaf in Belize City, Belize. Sararana started learning sign language approximately six years ago to communicate with a family member who is deaf. Spending the day with the students while deployed in support of New Horizons Belize 2014 was the first time Sararana has been able to apply his signing skills while in uniform.
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Cpl. Kyle Carpenter speaks to Marines during lunch at Bobo Chow Hall in Quantico, Va., on Nov. 8, 2013. Sgt. Dakota Meyer, a Medal of Honor recipient, and Cpl. Kyle Carpenter, a Purple Heart recipient, traveled to different units and barracks in the National Capital Region to speak with and motivate junior Marines. Meyer will be the guest of honor for the Commandant's Birthday Ball on Nov. 9, 2013. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Pfc. Eric T. Keenan/Released)
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Sgt. Dakota Meyer and Cpl. Kyle Carpenter pose for a photo with Marines at 8th and I Marine Barracks, Washington, Nov. 8, 2013. Meyer, a Medal of Honor recipient, and Cpl. Kyle Carpenter, a Purple Heart recipient, traveled to different units and barracks in the National Capital Region to speak with and motivate junior Marines. Meyer will be the guest of honor for the Commandant's Birthday Ball on Nov. 9, 2013. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Pfc. Eric T. Keenan/Released)
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Sgt. Dakota Meyer and Cpl. Kyle Carpenter wait to meet with Marines at the Marine Barracks in Washington, Nov. 8, 2013. Meyer, a Medal of Honor recipient, and Cpl. Kyle Carpenter, a Purple Heart recipient, traveled to different units and barracks in the National Capital Region to speak with and motivate junior Marines. Meyer will be the guest of honor for the Commandant's Birthday Ball on Nov. 9, 2013. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Pfc. Eric T. Keenan/Released)
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A Marine with 8th and I holds Sgt. Dakota Meyer's Medal of Honor during a speech at the Marine Barracks in Washington, Nov. 8, 2013. Meyer, a Medal of Honor recipient, and Cpl. Kyle Carpenter, a Purple Heart recipient, traveled to different units and barracks in the National Capital Region to speak with and motivate junior Marines. Meyer will be the guest of honor for the Commandant's Birthday Ball on Nov. 9, 2013. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Pfc. Eric T. Keenan/Released)
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Sgt. Dakota Meyer and Cpl. Kyle Carpenter stand in front of a plaque describing the events for which Meyer received the Medal of Honor on a trail at Officer Candidate School in Quantico, Va., Nov. 8, 2013. Meyer, a Medal of Honor recipient, and Cpl. Kyle Carpenter, a Purple Heart recipient, traveled to different units and barracks in the National Capital Region to speak with and motivate junior Marines. Meyer will be the guest of honor for the Commandant's Birthday Ball on Nov. 9, 2013. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Pfc. Eric T. Keenan/Released)
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Sgt. Dakota Meyer and Cpl. Kyle Carpenter stand in front of a plaque describing the events for which Meyer received the Medal of Honor on a trail at Officer Candidate School in Quantico, Va., Nov. 8, 2013. Meyer, a Medal of Honor recipient, and Cpl. Kyle Carpenter, a Purple Heart recipient, traveled to different units and barracks in the National Capital Region to speak with and motivate junior Marines. Meyer will be the guest of honor for the Commandant's Birthday Ball on Nov. 9, 2013. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Pfc. Eric T. Keenan/Released)
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Sgt. Dakota Meyer speaks with Marines at Officer Candidate School during lunch at the Bobo Chow Hall in Quantico, Va., Nov. 8, 2013. Meyer, a Medal of Honor recipient, and Cpl. Kyle Carpenter, a Purple Heart recipient, traveled to different units and barracks in the National Capital Region to speak with and motivate junior Marines. Meyer will be the guest of honor for the Commandant's Birthday Ball on Nov. 9, 2013. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Pfc. Eric T. Keenan/Released)
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Eight U.S. veterans who fought in the Battle of Iwo Jima pose for a photo March 19 during the annual Reunion of Honor ceremony. This year's ceremony commemorated the 69th anniversary of the battle on Iwo To, formerly known as Iwo Jima, Japan. "My hope is that both sides will continue to support and join the annual Joint Reunion of Honor," said retired Lt. Gen. Lawrence F. Snowden, "so that the families of those who served here will have the opportunity to honor their loved ones for their service to their nations and the opportunity to express their continuing love to those who paid the supreme price of giving their lives here." (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Jose D. Lujano/Released)
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Gen. James F. Amos, commandant of the Marine Corps, gives a speech March 19 during the annual Reunion of Honor ceremony. This year's ceremony commemorated the 69th anniversary of the battle on Iwo To, formerly known as Iwo Jima, Japan. "Whether you came here today from America or Japan," said Amos, "we find similarities in the warriors that that met on this battlefield 69 years ago. The same virtues of honor, discipline and devotion were embodied by all. Their iconic 'Uncommon Valor' became legendary in history books, and created ethos that has transcended generations." (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Jose D. Lujano/Released)
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Kurt Tong, left, retired Lt. Gen. Lawrence F. Snowden, middle, and Gen. James F. Amos, commandant of the Marine Corps, pay respects at the Reunion of Honor memorial March 19 during the annual Reunion of Honor ceremony. This year's ceremony commemorated the 69th anniversary of the battle on Iwo To, formerly known as Iwo Jima, Japan. "When I founded the Joint Reunion of Honor in 1995, it was my intention that it was for that year only," said Snowden, the oldest surviving U.S. Marine of the battle. "It was such a success that we have been doing it each year since." Tong is Deputy Chief of Mission, U.S. Embassy.
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Service members with the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force Central Band and Marines with the III Marine Expeditionary Force Band play together March 19 during the annual Reunion of Honor ceremony. This year's ceremony commemorated the 69th anniversary of the battle on Iwo To, formerly known as Iwo Jima, Japan. The bands performed both Japanese and U.S. traditional songs, including both countries' national anthems, "Kimigayo" and "Star Spangled Banner." (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Jose D. Lujano/Released)
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Japanese distinguished visitors lay a wreath March 19 during the annual Reunion of Honor ceremony. This year's ceremony commemorated the 69th anniversary of the battle on Iwo To, formerly known as Iwo Jima, Japan. In addition to honoring the sacrifices of those who fought in the Battle of Iwo Jima, the Reunion of Honor symbolized the continuous efforts between Japan and the U.S. in strengthening a relationship dedicated to peace and prosperity, according to Ichiro Aisawa, a member of the House of Representatives of Japan and the president of Parliamentary League for Iwo Jima. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Jose D. Lujano/Released)
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Prior to the opening ceremony, Owen Agenbroad, a Marine veteran and combat message runner during the Battle of Iwo Jima, presents a shadow box to Yoshikau Higuichi March 19 during the annual Reunion of Honor ceremony. The shadow box contained a sharpening stone, Japanese straight-edge razor, razor case, tin cup and identification tags. Agenbroad found these items in a destroyed gun emplacement during the battle and wanted to return them to Higuichi, the son of the fallen Japanese solider they originally belonged to. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Jose D. Lujano/Released)
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U.S. Army veteran Edward Mervich, left, tells Anne Swenson about his experiences fighting in the Battle of Iwo Jima March 19 during the annual Reunion of Honor ceremony. This year's ceremony commemorated the 69th anniversary of the battle on Iwo To, formerly known as Iwo Jima, Japan. On the ground where one of the most brutal battles of World War II took place, Japanese and U.S. allies came together to honor and remember the sacrifices of the gallant men who fought for their countries more than 69 years ago.
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