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Former Marine recruitment officer promoted to master sergeant

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A FORMER Marine Corps  recruiter on Saipan, Gunnery Sgt. Rodney Deleon Guerrero, has been promoted to master sergeant.

Deleon Guerrero is currently assigned to Marine Corps Installations West at Camp Pendleton, California.

Prior to that, he said he spent one year and six months with Security and Emergency Services Battalion for which he received a Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal.

 

Gunnery Sgt. Rodney Deleon Guerrero with a family member during his promotion to the rank of master sergeant.

 

Newly promoted Master Sergeant Rodney Deleon Guerrero with family and friends.  Contributed photos

He was the Marine recruiting station officer on Saipan from 2015 to 2018.

"My goal has always been to promote the Marine Corps for its positive attributes and career enhancing opportunities,” he said. “I hope more of our CNMI youth will take advantage of this opportunity and set a career path for themselves and for their families as a United States Marine."

He noted that Marines Chris Reyes and Evan Belcher, both from the CNMI, were also promoted to the rank of corporal this month.

Deleon Guerrero said he is looking forward to a life of retirement sometime after 2023.

He is hoping to move back to Saipan to continue to motivate the youth to seek self-improvement and become productive members of society.

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