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Marines train during drill weekend

U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Sgt. Gregory Stanek, a Reserve staff section leader with Detachment 3, Maintenance Company Logistics Battalion 453, demonstrates maneuvers with a Marine Corps’ drill and ceremonial sword for a group of a Youngstown Marine Corps Reservists stationed here, June 26, 2014. The non-commissioned officer sword tradition dates back to 1859. The Marines were here for a drill weekend. U.S. Air Force photo/Eric M. White.

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