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U.S. Marines with Fleet Marine Force, Atlantic, Marine Forces Command, Marine Forces Northern Command, and their respective Headquarters and Service Battalion (HQSVCBN), compete in a tug-o-war competition during a regional field meet at Captain Slade Cutter Park, Virginia, August 5, 2022. Marines, across various units competed head-to-head in pugil sticks, ground fighting, PVC pipe construction, flag football, resupply runs, rowing, kickball, and tug-o-war in order to win the command trophy. FMFLANT, MARFORCOM, MARFOR NORTHCOM holds field meets regularly to sustain camaraderie and healthy work relations. - U.S. Marines with Fleet Marine Force, Atlantic, Marine Forces Command, Marine Forces Northern Command, and their respective Headquarters and Service Battalion (HQSVCBN), compete in a tug-o-war competition during a regional field meet at Captain Slade Cutter Park, Virginia, August 5, 2022. Marines, across various units competed head-to-head in pugil sticks, ground fighting, PVC pipe construction, flag football, resupply runs, rowing, kickball, and tug-o-war in order to win the command trophy. FMFLANT, MARFORCOM, MARFOR NORTHCOM holds field meets regularly to sustain camaraderie and healthy work relations.

U.S. Marine Corps Gunnery Sgt. Michael D. Watts, mess chief, with 2nd Battalion 2nd Marine Division, and Kayla Shaffer, a student at Johnson and Wales University, compete in a cooking competition during Marine Week in Charlotte, N.C., Sept. 7, 2018. Marines, local chefs and students from Johnson and Wales University participate in a culinary competition using items from meals ready to eat during Marine Week Charlotte. Marine Week Charlotte is an opportunity for the people of the greater Charlotte area to meet Marines and learn about the Marine Corps’ history, traditions and value to the nation. - U.S. Marine Corps Gunnery Sgt. Michael D. Watts, mess chief, with 2nd Battalion 2nd Marine Division, and Kayla Shaffer, a student at Johnson and Wales University, compete in a cooking competition during Marine Week in Charlotte, N.C., Sept. 7, 2018. Marines, local chefs and students from Johnson and Wales University participate in a culinary competition using items from meals ready to eat during Marine Week Charlotte. Marine Week Charlotte is an opportunity for the people of the greater Charlotte area to meet Marines and learn about the Marine Corps’ history, traditions and value to the nation.

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