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William “Bill” Taylor, Program Executive Officer Land Systems and a member of the Senior Executive Service, speaks to the audience during a Change of Leadership ceremony June 21 aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia. Taylor—who has served as the Marine Corps’ only PEO since 2007—relinquished his duties after being selected as the next assistant deputy commandant for Sustainment for Marine Corps Aviation. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Monique Randolph) - William “Bill” Taylor, Program Executive Officer Land Systems and a member of the Senior Executive Service, speaks to the audience during a Change of Leadership ceremony June 21 aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia. Taylor—who has served as the Marine Corps’ only PEO since 2007—relinquished his duties after being selected as the next assistant deputy commandant for Sustainment for Marine Corps Aviation. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Monique Randolph)

Bill Jones (center), project officer for Combat Equipment Support Systems at Marine Corps Systems Command, welcomes attendees June 7 to the funeral for Serina Vine, a World War II veteran who passed away May 21. Because Vine had no known next of kin, Jones and two other MCSC employees came together to organize her funeral, complete with full military honors. More than 200 people attended the ceremony at Quantico National Cemetery in Triangle, Virginia, thanks to the efforts of the MCSC members. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Mathuel Browne) - Bill Jones (center), project officer for Combat Equipment Support Systems at Marine Corps Systems Command, welcomes attendees June 7 to the funeral for Serina Vine, a World War II veteran who passed away May 21. Because Vine had no known next of kin, Jones and two other MCSC employees came together to organize her funeral, complete with full military honors. More than 200 people attended the ceremony at Quantico National Cemetery in Triangle, Virginia, thanks to the efforts of the MCSC members. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Mathuel Browne)

Sgt. Maj. Fletcher Pearson (center) prepares to pass the noncommissioned officer sword to Brig. Gen. Joseph Shrader (left), commander of Marine Corps Systems Command, during a Relief and Appointment ceremony June 1 aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia. Pearson, who retired after 30 years in the Marine Corps, relinquished responsibility as the command’s senior enlisted leader to Sgt. Maj. Gary Smith (right). (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Monique Randolph) - Sgt. Maj. Fletcher Pearson (center) prepares to pass the noncommissioned officer sword to Brig. Gen. Joseph Shrader (left), commander of Marine Corps Systems Command, during a Relief and Appointment ceremony June 1 aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia. Pearson, who retired after 30 years in the Marine Corps, relinquished responsibility as the command’s senior enlisted leader to Sgt. Maj. Gary Smith (right). (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Monique Randolph)

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