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It takes lots of shoe leather and phone calls to meet the Marine Corps' recruiting goal, but good commercials, such as "Diamond" and "The Climb", that challenge a young recruit's psyche, ease the task.
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Colonel Peck, a 1970 Naval Academy graduate, was the Deputy Director of Public Affairs, at HQMC. In 1992-93, he served as the spokesman for Operation Restore Hope in Somalia. He is the co-owner of Bolder Voices, Inc., a multi-media communication company.
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