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Lance Cpl. Markevis J. Seth, a native of Wilmington, Del., receives a Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal from Brig. Gen. Michael G. Dana, the commanding general for 2nd Marine Logistics Group (Forward), during a ceremony aboard Camp Leatherneck, Afghanistan, Dec. 30. In addition to assisting with the handling and processing of more than 3 million pounds of mail, Seth took on the additional responsibility of ensuring more than 3,000 shipping containers were prepared for transportation to outlaying forward operating bases. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Justin J. Shemanski) - Lance Cpl. Markevis J. Seth, a native of Wilmington, Del., receives a Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal from Brig. Gen. Michael G. Dana, the commanding general for 2nd Marine Logistics Group (Forward), during a ceremony aboard Camp Leatherneck, Afghanistan, Dec. 30. In addition to assisting with the handling and processing of more than 3 million pounds of mail, Seth took on the additional responsibility of ensuring more than 3,000 shipping containers were prepared for transportation to outlaying forward operating bases. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Justin J. Shemanski)

Richard M. Johnson (far right), who served the Department of Defense for 53 years, sits next to his family during his retirement ceremony Dec. 9, 2011, aboard Camp Lejeune, N.C. Johnson, a Savannah, Ga., native, started his service to the DoD by serving in the Marine Corps. He enlisted in 1953 and retired 22 years later. He was then hired by the DoD Civil Service Camp Lejeune and worked at base maintenance, the commissary and the Camp Lejeune Naval Hospital. In 1993, he was hired to work at the Ammunition Supply Point, where he finished out his career. - Richard M. Johnson (far right), who served the Department of Defense for 53 years, sits next to his family during his retirement ceremony Dec. 9, 2011, aboard Camp Lejeune, N.C. Johnson, a Savannah, Ga., native, started his service to the DoD by serving in the Marine Corps. He enlisted in 1953 and retired 22 years later. He was then hired by the DoD Civil Service Camp Lejeune and worked at base maintenance, the commissary and the Camp Lejeune Naval Hospital. In 1993, he was hired to work at the Ammunition Supply Point, where he finished out his career.

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