NCO and Marine of the Quarter Recognized

The Marine Corps Association & Foundation recognized the recipients of the Noncommissioned Officer & Marine of the 4th Quarter during an awards ceremony at Camp Pendleton Feb. 8.

The Marine Corps Association & Foundation recognized the recipients of the Noncommissioned Officer & Marine of the 4th Quarter during an awards ceremony at Camp Pendleton Feb. 8.

Sgt Dalton Miller was recognized as the Noncommissioned Officer of the Quarter and LCpl Razul Ware was selected as Marine of the Quarter for Marine Corps Installations West, Camp Pendleton. Both are stationed at Marine Corps Air Station, Camp Pendleton.

Cpl Jaclyn Michelson was recognized as the Noncommissioned Officer of the Quarter and LCpl James Foster was selected as Marine of the Quarter for Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendleton. Both are stationed at the Camp Pendleton Security Battalion.

“By their respective selection, they demonstrated a degree of professionalism a cut above Marines of their rank and experience,” said MSgt Terrence Seymour. “This professional attitude not only surfaced in their military bearing, but also in every aspect of their lives to include academic performance. Each has worked long hours to include many off-duty hours to further their education levels and better themselves as Marines.”

Miller and Michelson were awarded a complimentary MCA&F membership, a certificate of achievement, a congratulatory letter and the “Gate of Fire” book from the Commandant of the Marine Corps Reading List.

Ware and Foster were awarded a complimentary MCA&F membership, a certificate of achievement, a congratulatory letter and the “Art of War” book from the Commandant of the Marine Corps Reading List.


MCA&F West Coast Area Representative SgtMaj Frank Pulley, USMC (Ret) congratulates Cpl Jaclyn Michelson, the Noncommissioned Officer of the Quarter of Camp Pendleton Security Battalion.

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