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Thank You For Your Service in the Marine Corps

Many Marines come to the Reserve after serving on Active Duty, as the Reserve gives them an outlet to continue serving while pursuing a civilian career or furthering their education. After 20 Years of Faithful Service, MSgt Rodney Cain transferred out of active duty into the reserves. These are the certificates for his service.

Certificate of transfer from Active Duty in the United States Marine Corps to the Reserves - Master Sergent Rodney Cain.

Certificate of transfer from Active Duty in the United States Marine Corps to the Reserves - Master Sergent Rodney Cain. GGA Image ID # 137477774c

Transfer from Active Duty to Reserves

United States Marine Corps

MASTER SERGEANT RODNEY CAIN

was transferred this date from the U. S. Marine Corps to the Fleet Marine Corps Reserve after 20 years of Honorable and Faithful Active Service.

1 AUGUST 1996
Washington, DC

/s/ C. C. (Charles Chandler) Krulak

Commandant of the Marine Corps

Certificate of Appreciation for Service in the Armed Forces of the United States - Master Sergeant Rodney Cain, USMC.

Certificate of Appreciation for Service in the Armed Forces of the United States - Master Sergeant Rodney Cain, USMC. GGA Image ID # 13749a6944

CERTIFICATE OF APPRECIATION

FOR SERVICE IN THE ARMED FORCES OF THE UNITED STATES

MASTER SERGEANT RODNEY CAIN, USMC

I extend to you my personal thanks and the sincere appreciation of our nation for your honorable service. You helped to maintain the security of the United States of America with a devotion to duty that is in keeping with the proud tradition of our Armed Forces.

I honor your service and respect the commitment and loyalty you displayed over the years.

My best wishes to you for happiness and success in the future.

/s/ Bill Clinton

Commander in Chief

Seal of the President of the United States

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