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Marine Barracks Washington, D.C.

8th & I

"Oldest Post of the Corps"
Meet our Pennsylvania Marines
Pfc. Jarrod Crawford McDonald, Penn. Job Title: Marcher Crawford joined the Marine Corps to challenge himself. He enjoys the sense of belonging and brotherhood with his fellow Marines. During the Evening Parade, Crawford can be found marching in 1st Platoon, A Co. (Official Marine Corps graphic by Cpl. Chi Nguyen/Released)
Lance Cpl. Kelvin Contreras Philadelphia, Pa. Job Title: Information Tech. Division Specialist, H&S Co. Contreras joined the Marine Corps for the education opportunities, to learn leadership skills and to be able to do unique things. He enjoys being able to assist Marines with technical difficulties throughout the Barracks and learning new things from his experiences. Contreras can be found distributing radios to Marines during hosting briefs prior to a parade. (Official Marine Corps graphic by Cpl. Chi Nguyen/Released)
Cpl. Brandon Peplinski Erie, Pa. Job Title: 1st Squad Leader, #2 rifle inspector Peplinski joined the Marine Corps to be part of the part of the Silent Drill Platoon and better himself. What he enjoys most is the brotherhood bond he shares his fellow Marines. (Official Marine Corps graphic by Cpl. Chi Nguyen/Released)
Staff Sgt. Daniel Robert Philadelphia, Pa. Job Title: Platoon Sergeant Roberts joined the Marine Corps because he wanted to do his part on the war on terror and to become a better man upon his retirement. What he enjoys most is the brotherhood and bond created while serving. (Official Marine Corps graphic by Cpl. Chi Nguyen/Released)
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