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U.S. Ambassador Campbell with Marshallese youth who enlisted this year into the U.S. Military



Eight Marshallese Enlist  in U.S. Military (September 12, 2011): As reported from the U.S. Embassy (Majuro) several officials from the Honolulu Military Entrance Processing Station (MEPS) visited Majuro this week to process and induct eight Marshallese into the U.S. Army. Four men and four women enlisted after successfully completing all screening and testing required to join. The new recruits, all high school graduates, come from Majuro and Ebeye as well as from the outer islands of Jaluit and Wotje. They will travel to Honolulu to begin their training in March 2012.
 U.S. Ambassador Campbell with this Marshallese youth who enlisted this year into the U.S. Military (September 12, 2011)
U.S. Ambassador Campbell with
this Marshallese youth who
enlisted  this year into the
U.S. Military (09/12/11)