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Col. Alphonso Trimble, commanding officer, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, served as the keynote speaker for the seventh annual Memorial Day Ceremony at Albany Technical College, May 24.  The ceremony was held in the Kirkland Conference Center and attended by faculty, staff, students and members of the local community.
Col. Alphonso Trimble, commanding officer, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, served as the keynote speaker for the seventh annual Memorial Day Ceremony at Albany Technical College, May 24.  The ceremony was held in the Kirkland Conference Center and attended by faculty, staff, students and members of the local community.
Col. Alphonso Trimble, commanding officer, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, served as the keynote speaker for the seventh annual Memorial Day Ceremony at Albany Technical College, May 24.  The ceremony was held in the Kirkland Conference Center and attended by faculty, staff, students and members of the local community.
Col. Alphonso Trimble, commanding officer, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, served as the keynote speaker for the seventh annual Memorial Day Ceremony at Albany Technical College, May 24.  The ceremony was held in the Kirkland Conference Center and attended by faculty, staff, students and members of the local community.
Col. Alphonso Trimble, commanding officer, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, served as the keynote speaker for the seventh annual Memorial Day Ceremony at Albany Technical College, May 24.  The ceremony was held in the Kirkland Conference Center and attended by faculty, staff, students and members of the local community.
Brig. Gen. Joseph F. Shrader, commanding general, Marine Corps Logistics Command, stands at attention in front of Lt. Gen. Charles G. Chiarotti, deputy commandant, Installations and Logistics, Headquarters Marine Corps, while MARCORLGOCOM's Sgt. Maj. Michael Rowan reads Shrader's promotion warrant. 

Shrader was promoted to the rank of major general during a ceremony held May 8 at the MARCORLOGCOM Headquarters aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Ga.
For three straight weeks, several Marines aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany put their combat fighting skills to the test to secure the highest belt level in the U.S. Marine Corps Martial Arts Program. Out of 21 Marines who signed up for the gut-wrenching MCMAP training, 15 graduated with advanced belts, April 29. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
For three straight weeks, several Marines aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany put their combat fighting skills to the test to secure the highest belt level in the U.S. Marine Corps Martial Arts Program. Out of 21 Marines who signed up for the gut-wrenching MCMAP training, 15 graduated with advanced belts, April 29. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
For three straight weeks, several Marines aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany put their combat fighting skills to the test to secure the highest belt level in the U.S. Marine Corps Martial Arts Program. Out of 21 Marines who signed up for the gut-wrenching MCMAP training, 15 graduated with advanced belts, April 29. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
For three straight weeks, several Marines aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany put their combat fighting skills to the test to secure the highest belt level in the U.S. Marine Corps Martial Arts Program. Out of 21 Marines who signed up for the gut-wrenching MCMAP training, 15 graduated with advanced belts, April 29. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
For three straight weeks, several Marines aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany put their combat fighting skills to the test to secure the highest belt level in the U.S. Marine Corps Martial Arts Program. Out of 21 Marines who signed up for the gut-wrenching MCMAP training, 15 graduated with advanced belts, April 29. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
For three straight weeks, several Marines aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany put their combat fighting skills to the test to secure the highest belt level in the U.S. Marine Corps Martial Arts Program. Out of 21 Marines who signed up for the gut-wrenching MCMAP training, 15 graduated with advanced belts, April 29. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
For three straight weeks, several Marines aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany put their combat fighting skills to the test to secure the highest belt level in the U.S. Marine Corps Martial Arts Program. Out of 21 Marines who signed up for the gut-wrenching MCMAP training, 15 graduated with advanced belts, April 29. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
For three straight weeks, several Marines aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany put their combat fighting skills to the test to secure the highest belt level in the U.S. Marine Corps Martial Arts Program. Out of 21 Marines who signed up for the gut-wrenching MCMAP training, 15 graduated with advanced belts, April 29. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
For three straight weeks, several Marines aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany put their combat fighting skills to the test to secure the highest belt level in the U.S. Marine Corps Martial Arts Program. Out of 21 Marines who signed up for the gut-wrenching MCMAP training, 15 graduated with advanced belts, April 29. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
For three straight weeks, several Marines aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany put their combat fighting skills to the test to secure the highest belt level in the U.S. Marine Corps Martial Arts Program. Out of 21 Marines who signed up for the gut-wrenching MCMAP training, 15 graduated with advanced belts, April 29. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
For three straight weeks, several Marines aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany put their combat fighting skills to the test to secure the highest belt level in the U.S. Marine Corps Martial Arts Program. Out of 21 Marines who signed up for the gut-wrenching MCMAP training, 15 graduated with advanced belts, April 29. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
For three straight weeks, several Marines aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany put their combat fighting skills to the test to secure the highest belt level in the U.S. Marine Corps Martial Arts Program. Out of 21 Marines who signed up for the gut-wrenching MCMAP training, 15 graduated with advanced belts, April 29. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
For three straight weeks, several Marines aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany put their combat fighting skills to the test to secure the highest belt level in the U.S. Marine Corps Martial Arts Program. Out of 21 Marines who signed up for the gut-wrenching MCMAP training, 15 graduated with advanced belts, April 29. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)
For three straight weeks, several Marines aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany put their combat fighting skills to the test to secure the highest belt level in the U.S. Marine Corps Martial Arts Program. Out of 21 Marines who signed up for the gut-wrenching MCMAP training, 15 graduated with advanced belts, April 29. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Re-Essa Buckels)