1st Marine Corps District

 

1st Marine Corps District

Eastern Recruiting Region

605 Stewart Ave, Garden City, NY 11530
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Marine makes a difference through physical fitness and mentorship September 10, 2015 — John Quincy Adams said, “If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.” Enlisting in the Marine Corps changed the life of Gunnery Sgt. Eugene R. Bryant, operations chief, Recruiting Station Pittsburgh, who continues to develop his leadership through his passions, mentoring and physical fitness. MORE
Travel and Adventure August 28, 2015 — Sgt. George English has seen the world, now he wants to give the next generation of young men and women from his home state the opportunity to do the same.The 25-year-old, Brockton, Massachusetts native enlisted on a whim in 2007. English had just graduated from Brockton High School when he decided to visit his father in Cape Coral, Florida. His MORE
Second generation immigrant takes the challenge, becomes Marine to serve his country July 16, 2015 — “It was hard for us, being from another country,” said Ewa Perkowski, a polish immigrant. “I didn’t know anything about the Marines. My husband was in the Polish Army, but it was mandatory service. I never thought that he would join the military at all. Even though I wasn’t always a citizen, he was born here. This was always his country.” MORE
OSU Buckeye, Scholar, Aspiring Marine – Joshua Laramie July 14, 2015 — Recognition is always on Joshua Laramie’s backburner. As he received his Naval Reserve Officers’ Training Corps scholarship worth $180,000, before acrowd of about 5,000 people at Joseph L. Bruno Stadium in Troy, New York, July 4th, 2015, his focus remained on the true prize. MORE
Returning quality citizens: Bethel, Connecticut, native first student veteran to earn degree with honors from Western Connecticut State University June 2, 2015 — The Marine Corps is known for doing three things: Making Marines, winning our nations battles and returning quality citizens. Bill Felmer is every bit the quality citizen the Marine Corps promised it would make him. He recently became the first student veteran to complete Western Connecticut State University’s Honors Program while obtaining a bachelor’s degree in political science. MORE

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