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Rich Croll, a Toledo, Ohio, native, talks to Lance Cpl. Lee Brophy, with 2nd Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion, based at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, N.C., while holding a M230B machine gun at Voinovich Park in Cleveland June 15 during Marine Week Cleveland which ends June 17. Various displays showcasing Marine Corps equipment, aircraft and technology are available for viewing at Gateway Plaza and Voinovich Park. More than 750 Marines are participating in Marine Week to commemorate the city's support for the military and celebrate community, country and Corps. - Rich Croll, a Toledo, Ohio, native, talks to Lance Cpl. Lee Brophy, with 2nd Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion, based at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, N.C., while holding a M230B machine gun at Voinovich Park in Cleveland June 15 during Marine Week Cleveland which ends June 17. Various displays showcasing Marine Corps equipment, aircraft and technology are available for viewing at Gateway Plaza and Voinovich Park. More than 750 Marines are participating in Marine Week to commemorate the city's support for the military and celebrate community, country and Corps.

Lt. Gen. Steven A. Hummer, commander of Marine Forces Reserve and Marine Forces North, and Sandra Mandez-Ruiz, a Gold Star family member, listen to the playing of taps at a wreath laying ceremony at traveling Vietnam War Memorial Wall at Voinovich Park here June 12. Voinovich Park is one of the sites of displays available for public during the Marine Week Cleveland. Along with the wall, Marine Corps vehicles, aircraft and equipment will be available for viewing at Public Square, Voinovich Park, Gateway Plaza and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Marine Week Cleveland celebrates community, country and the Corps. More than 750 Marines journeyed to Cleveland for the event, which runs through June 17. Ohio has more than 9,000 active and reserve Marines, making it one of the top-five producers of Marines. - Lt. Gen. Steven A. Hummer, commander of Marine Forces Reserve and Marine Forces North, and Sandra Mandez-Ruiz, a Gold Star family member, listen to the playing of taps at a wreath laying ceremony at traveling Vietnam War Memorial Wall at Voinovich Park here June 12. Voinovich Park is one of the sites of displays available for public during the Marine Week Cleveland. Along with the wall, Marine Corps vehicles, aircraft and equipment will be available for viewing at Public Square, Voinovich Park, Gateway Plaza and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Marine Week Cleveland celebrates community, country and the Corps. More than 750 Marines journeyed to Cleveland for the event, which runs through June 17. Ohio has more than 9,000 active and reserve Marines, making it one of the top-five producers of Marines.

Lt. Col. Michael P. Hubbard, inspector instructor with 3rd Battalion, 25th Marine Regiment, Cleveland Mayor Frank G. Jackson, right, and Brook Park Mayor Mark Elliott, far right, along with three Vietnam veterans, observe the presentation of colors at the opening of the Proclamation Ceremony for Marine Week Cleveland June 11, 2012. During the ceremony, Lt. Gen. Steven A. Hummer, commander of Marine Forces Reserve and Marine Forces North, expressed the Marine Corps' excitement about bringing the Corps to life for the people of Cleveland. 'Marine Week is our opportunity to bring the Corps to her people, to connect with communities across the country and thank Americans for their unwavering support while demonstrating why the Marine Corps is America's expeditionary force in readiness.' - Lt. Col. Michael P. Hubbard, inspector instructor with 3rd Battalion, 25th Marine Regiment, Cleveland Mayor Frank G. Jackson, right, and Brook Park Mayor Mark Elliott, far right, along with three Vietnam veterans, observe the presentation of colors at the opening of the Proclamation Ceremony for Marine Week Cleveland June 11, 2012. During the ceremony, Lt. Gen. Steven A. Hummer, commander of Marine Forces Reserve and Marine Forces North, expressed the Marine Corps' excitement about bringing the Corps to life for the people of Cleveland. 'Marine Week is our opportunity to bring the Corps to her people, to connect with communities across the country and thank Americans for their unwavering support while demonstrating why the Marine Corps is America's expeditionary force in readiness.'