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“The President’s Own”

United States Marine Band

Lieutenant Colonel Jason K. Fettig, Director
Marine Band Photo Gallery
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On July 2, 2014, baritone vocalist Master Sgt. Kevin Bennear and trumpet player Staff Sgt. Amy McCabe performed for an Honor Flight from Chicago at the World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Master Sgt. Kristin duBois/released)
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On July 2, 2014, baritone vocalist Master Sgt. Kevin Bennear and trumpet player Staff Sgt. Amy McCabe performed for an Honor Flight from Chicago at the World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Master Sgt. Kristin duBois/released)
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On July 2, 2014, baritone vocalist Master Sgt. Kevin Bennear and trumpet player Staff Sgt. Amy McCabe performed for an Honor Flight from Chicago at the World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Master Sgt. Kristin duBois/released)
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On July 2, 2014, baritone vocalist Master Sgt. Kevin Bennear and trumpet player Staff Sgt. Amy McCabe performed for an Honor Flight from Chicago at the World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Master Sgt. Kristin duBois/released)
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The Marine Band performs Summer Fare concerts at the U.S. Capitol at 8 p.m., Wednesdays and certain Thursdays in June, July, and August. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Gunnery Sgt. Amanda Simmons/released)
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On June 26, 2014, the Marine Band conducted a Drum Major relief and appointment ceremony, officiated by Director Col. Michael J. Colburn in the John Philip Sousa Band Hall at Marine Barracks Washington, D.C. Drum Major Master Gunnery Sgt. William L. Browne was relieved by Gunnery Sgt. Duane F. King (pictured), making him the 40th Drum Major of “The President’s Own.” Immediately following the ceremony, Browne retired after 25 years in the Marine Corps. His retirement ceremony was officiated by the 35th Commandant of the Marine Corps, General James F. Amos.
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On June 26, 2014, the Marine Band conducted a Drum Major relief and appointment ceremony, officiated by Director Col. Michael J. Colburn. Drum Major Master Gunnery Sgt. William L. Browne was relieved by Gunnery Sgt. Duane F. King, making him the 40th Drum Major of “The President’s Own.” Immediately following the ceremony, Browne retired after 25 years in the Marine Corps. His retirement ceremony was officiated by the 35th Commandant of the Marine Corps, General James F. Amos. Drum Major Browne conducted a final piece, Percy Grainger's "Harkstow Grange" from Lincolnshire Posey.
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On June 26, 2014, the Marine Band conducted a Drum Major relief and appointment ceremony, officiated by Director Col. Michael J. Colburn. Drum Major Master Gunnery Sgt. William L. Browne was relieved by Gunnery Sgt. Duane F. King, making him the 40th Drum Major of “The President’s Own.” Immediately following the ceremony, Browne retired after 25 years in the Marine Corps. His retirement ceremony was officiated by the 35th Commandant of the Marine Corps, General James F. Amos.
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On June 26, 2014, the Marine Band conducted a Drum Major relief and appointment ceremony, officiated by Director Col. Michael J. Colburn in the John Philip Sousa Band Hall at Marine Barracks Washington, D.C. Drum Major Master Gunnery Sgt. William L. Browne (pictured) was relieved by Gunnery Sgt. Duane F. King, making him the 40th Drum Major of “The President’s Own.” Immediately following the ceremony, Browne retired after 25 years in the Marine Corps. His retirement ceremony was officiated by the 35th Commandant of the Marine Corps, General James F. Amos.
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On June 26, 2014, the Marine Band conducted a Drum Major relief and appointment ceremony, officiated by Director Col. Michael J. Colburn in the John Philip Sousa Band Hall at Marine Barracks Washington, D.C. Drum Major Master Gunnery Sgt. William L. Browne was relieved by Gunnery Sgt. Duane F. King, making him the 40th Drum Major of “The President’s Own.” Immediately following the ceremony, Browne retired after 25 years in the Marine Corps. His retirement ceremony was officiated by the 35th Commandant of the Marine Corps, General James F. Amos.
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On June 26, 2014, the Marine Band conducted a Drum Major relief and appointment ceremony, officiated by Director Col. Michael J. Colburn in the John Philip Sousa Band Hall at Marine Barracks Washington, D.C. Drum Major Master Gunnery Sgt. William L. Browne was relieved by Gunnery Sgt. Duane F. King, making him the 40th Drum Major of “The President’s Own.” Immediately following the ceremony, Browne retired after 25 years in the Marine Corps. His retirement ceremony was officiated by the 35th Commandant of the Marine Corps, General James F. Amos. Drum Major Browne stands at attention for The Marines' Hymn with his wife Shawna, a former Marine.
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On June 26, 2014, the Marine Band conducted a Drum Major relief and appointment ceremony, officiated by Director Col. Michael J. Colburn in the John Philip Sousa Band Hall at Marine Barracks Washington, D.C. Drum Major Master Gunnery Sgt. William L. Browne was relieved by Gunnery Sgt. Duane F. King, making him the 40th Drum Major of “The President’s Own.” Immediately following the ceremony, Browne retired after 25 years in the Marine Corps. His retirement ceremony was officiated by the 35th Commandant of the Marine Corps, General James F. Amos.
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On June 26, 2014, the Marine Band conducted a Drum Major relief and appointment ceremony, officiated by Director Col. Michael J. Colburn in the John Philip Sousa Band Hall at Marine Barracks Washington, D.C. Drum Major Master Gunnery Sgt. William L. Browne was relieved by Gunnery Sgt. Duane F. King, making him the 40th Drum Major of “The President’s Own.” Immediately following the ceremony, Browne retired after 25 years in the Marine Corps. His retirement ceremony was officiated by the 35th Commandant of the Marine Corps, General James F. Amos.
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On June 25, 2014, the Marine Band, led by Gunnery Sgt. Duane King, and Marines from Marine Barracks Washington, D.C., laid to rest Lt. Gen. Ernest C. Cheatham, Jr., USMC (Ret.) at Quantico National Cemetery in Triangle, Va. In addition to his many assignments, he served as a platoon commander in Japan and Korea and battalion commanding officer for the 1st Marine Division in Vietnam, where he earned the Navy Cross and the Legion of Merit with Combat “V.” He also served as the Executive Officer, Marine Barracks, Washington, D.C.; Commanding Officer, 4th Marines; Director, Facilities and Services Division at Headquarters Marine Corps; Commanding General, Landing Force Training Command Atlantic, 4th Marine Amphibious Brigade; Deputy Chief of Staff, Plans, Policy, Joint Exercises for the Commander in Chief Atlantic Command/Commander in Chief Atlantic Fleet; Commanding General, I Marine Amphibious Force/Commanding General, 1st Marine Division; and Deputy Chief of Staff for Manpower, Headquarters Marine Corps. 

In June 1954, he left the Marine Corps to play defensive tackle for both the Pittsburgh Steelers and Baltimore Colts. He returned to active duty in March 1955. He is recognized in the Pro-Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio, as the highest-ranking military member to have played professional football. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Master Sgt. Kristin duBois/released)
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On June 25, 2014, the Marine Band, led by Gunnery Sgt. Duane King, and Marines from Marine Barracks Washington, D.C., laid to rest Lt. Gen. Ernest C. Cheatham, Jr., USMC (Ret.) at Quantico National Cemetery in Triangle, Va. In addition to his many assignments, he served as a platoon commander in Japan and Korea and battalion commanding officer for the 1st Marine Division in Vietnam, where he earned the Navy Cross and the Legion of Merit with Combat “V.” He also served as the Executive Officer, Marine Barracks, Washington, D.C.; Commanding Officer, 4th Marines; Director, Facilities and Services Division at Headquarters Marine Corps; Commanding General, Landing Force Training Command Atlantic, 4th Marine Amphibious Brigade; Deputy Chief of Staff, Plans, Policy, Joint Exercises for the Commander in Chief Atlantic Command/Commander in Chief Atlantic Fleet; Commanding General, I Marine Amphibious Force/Commanding General, 1st Marine Division; and Deputy Chief of Staff for Manpower, Headquarters Marine Corps. 

In June 1954, he left the Marine Corps to play defensive tackle for both the Pittsburgh Steelers and Baltimore Colts. He returned to active duty in March 1955. He is recognized in the Pro-Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio, as the highest-ranking military member to have played professional football. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Master Sgt. Kristin duBois/released)
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On June 25, 2014, the Marine Band, led by Gunnery Sgt. Duane King, and Marines from Marine Barracks Washington, D.C., laid to rest Lt. Gen. Ernest C. Cheatham, Jr., USMC (Ret.) at Quantico National Cemetery in Triangle, Va. In addition to his many assignments, he served as a platoon commander in Japan and Korea and battalion commanding officer for the 1st Marine Division in Vietnam, where he earned the Navy Cross and the Legion of Merit with Combat “V.” He also served as the Executive Officer, Marine Barracks, Washington, D.C.; Commanding Officer, 4th Marines; Director, Facilities and Services Division at Headquarters Marine Corps; Commanding General, Landing Force Training Command Atlantic, 4th Marine Amphibious Brigade; Deputy Chief of Staff, Plans, Policy, Joint Exercises for the Commander in Chief Atlantic Command/Commander in Chief Atlantic Fleet; Commanding General, I Marine Amphibious Force/Commanding General, 1st Marine Division; and Deputy Chief of Staff for Manpower, Headquarters Marine Corps. 

In June 1954, he left the Marine Corps to play defensive tackle for both the Pittsburgh Steelers and Baltimore Colts. He returned to active duty in March 1955. He is recognized in the Pro-Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio, as the highest-ranking military member to have played professional football. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Master Sgt. Kristin duBois/released)
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