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Five Marines from 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, were recognized by the local community for their recent achievements during the Kailua Chamber of Commerce’s general membership meeting at the Mid Pacific Country Club in Kailua, Hawaii, May 18, 2011. The Marines were honored as part of the statewide military appreciation month. Honorees from left to right include Sgt. Jorge Diaz, a squad leader with Kilo Company, 3/3, from Baltimore; Sgt. Kenney Clark, a squad leader with India Company, 3/3, from Rushville, Ill.; Cpl. Raymond P. Weeks, an intelligence specialist with Headquarters and Service Company, 3/3, from Miami; Staff Sgt. Justin Johnson, a motor transport mechanic with 3/3, from East Liverpool, Ohio; and Gunnery Sgt. Alan King, intelligence chief, 3/3, from Newport, Wash.
110518-M-0000C-002.jpg Photo By: Cpl. Reece E. Lodder

May 18, 2011
Five Marines from 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, were recognized by the local community for their recent achievements during the Kailua Chamber of Commerce’s general membership meeting at the Mid Pacific Country Club in Kailua, Hawaii, May 18, 2011. The Marines were honored as part of the statewide military appreciation month. Honorees from left to right include Sgt. Jorge Diaz, a squad leader with Kilo Company, 3/3, from Baltimore; Sgt. Kenney Clark, a squad leader with India Company, 3/3, from Rushville, Ill.; Cpl. Raymond P. Weeks, an intelligence specialist with Headquarters and Service Company, 3/3, from Miami; Staff Sgt. Justin Johnson, a motor transport mechanic with 3/3, from East Liverpool, Ohio; and Gunnery Sgt. Alan King, intelligence chief, 3/3, from Newport, Wash.


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