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1st Marine Corps District

Eastern Recruiting Region

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PHILADELPHIA— From left to right SSgt. David S. Arendt Jr., retired Col. Tom Manion, and 1st Lt. Bryce Lee Saddoris take the floor as honorary guests during the National Wrestling Coaches Association in Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. 1, 2014. Some wrestlers in the National Duels are currently U.S. Marines competing to be the highest-ranking wrestler in the division
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PHILADELPHIA— Wrestlers at the National Wrestling Coaches Association compete before the honorary coaches are announced in Philadelphia, Nov. 1, 2014.The Division I National Duals is held annually with the best wrestlers from all over the country.
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PHILADELPHIA—,Sgt. Nelson Andrade with Recruiting Station Harrisburg attends the National Wrestling Coaches Association in the hopes of spreading more information to attendees about the Marine Corps in Philadelphia, Nov. 1, 2014. Andrade and other Marines were on hand at the event to show support to the participants and answer questions about the Marine Corps.
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NEW YORK—Cpl. Teodoro Elizondo III, right, eats a piece of ceremonial cake during the Marine Corps birthday celebration at the Council of Foreign Relations Nov. 6 as Col. Stephen Liszewski  and Gui Wyser-Pratte look on. “Doing it here was important because there are a lot of civilians here and they never get to see anything like this so they get to be exposed to it and kind of understand what goes on in the Marine Corps,” said Col. Stephen Liszewski, the U.S. Marine Corps military fellow to the Council on Foreign Relations. Elizondo was the youngest Marine present at the event and Wyser-Pratte was the oldest Marine present.
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NEW YORK— Col. Stephen Liszewski  presents a piece of cake to Gui Wyser-Pratte, the oldest Marine present, during the Marine Corps birthday celebration with the Council of Foreign Relations Nov. 6. “Tradition and ceremony are important to whom we are and that’s how we instill our timeless virtues from one generation to the next,” said Liszweski, the U.S. Marine Corps military fellow to the Council on Foreign Relations.
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NEW YORK—Col. Stephen Liszewski, the U.S. Marine Corps military fellow to the Council on Foreign Relations, speaks to guests during the Marine Corps birthday celebration at the CFR New York Office Nov. 6. “The Council of Foreign Relations is a think tank based in New York City that focuses on foreign policy and national security issues,” said Liszewski.
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NEW YORK—Marines from the 1st Marine Corps District march with the colors during the Marine Corps birthday celebration at the Council on Foreign Relations Nov. 6. “This was pretty much a summarization of what Marine Corps birthday balls are like,” said Sgt. Malik King, a Hempstead, N.Y. native of and 1st Marine Corps District color sergeant.
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NEW YORK— Col. Stephen Liszewski cuts a piece of cake for the oldest and youngest Marines present during the Marine Corps birthday celebration at the Council of Foreign Relations Nov. 6. “Today, we’re observing a tradition that the Marines celebrate every year regardless of where they are in any fox hole or garrison setting, in any clime or place,” said Gui Wyser-Pratte, the oldest Marine present. Liszewski is the the U.S. Marine Corps military fellow to the Council on Foreign Relations. Cpl. Teodoro Elizondo III, right, was the youngest Marine present.
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NEW YORK-- Max Boot speaks during a Marine Corps birthday celebration with the Council on Foreign Relations, Nov. 6. “I think one of the great strengths of the Marine Corps is its sense of history and this is a great way to bring this sense of history home,” said Boot author  and the event’s guest speaker.
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Gunnery Sgt. Nelson Roman, the supply chief for Marine Corps Recruiting Station New Jersey, belts some Marine Corps cadence for the Cedar Creek High School football team during a leadership seminar aboard Naval Weapons Station Earle in Colts Neck, N.J., Aug. 1, 2014.
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Capt. Zachary Smith, the executive officer of Marine Corps Recruiting Station New Jersey, speaks to the Red Bank Regional High School football team following a leadership seminar in Red Bank, N.J., Aug. 18, 2014.
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Maj. John F. Campbell, the commanding officer of Marine Corps Recruiting Station New Jersey, leads the Summit High School football team for a hike during a leadership seminar aboard Naval Weapons Station Earle in Colts Neck, N.J., Aug. 14, 2014.
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Sgt. Anton Arifaj presents Alex Russell, a Williamstown High School senior football player, with his certificate of entry into the Marine Corps Delayed Entry Program in front of his team in Williamstown, N.J., Oct. 7, 2014.
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Sgt. Sergio Castro recognizes St. Peter's Preparatory School senior football player Jordan Fox prior to the game vs Union City for being selected to play in the the 2015 Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl game, Oct. 25, 2014. Fox is accompanied by his father Daniel (left) and his mother Donnette (right). Fox was selected for his athletic ability, academic prowess, and commitment to the community. The game features 100 of the best student-athletes across the country and will be played at The StubHub Center in Carson, Calif., on Jan. 4, 2015. It will be aired on Fox Sports 1 at 9 p.m. EST. For more information go to semperfidelisfootball.com.
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Kyle Shurmur, a senior quarterback at La Salle College High School, was selected for the 2015 Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl, which will be played on Sunday, January 4, 2015 at the StubHub Center in Carson, CA and will feature the nation's brightest and best high school football players. Kyle is one of 45 players chosen to represent the East Coast in the East-West showdown which is sponsored by the United States Marine Corps and will be broadcasted live on Fox Sports 1.
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WYNDMOOR, Pa. - Gunnery Sgt. Luke Penniman, staff noncommissioned officer
with Recruiting Substation Tun Tavern, Kyle Shurmur, star quarterback from
La Salle College High School and his mother, Jennifer, pose for a photo
after Kyle was presented his official Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl
jersey, Oct. 27. Kyle, with a commitment to Vanderbilt, will be playing with
dozens of other outstanding high school football players from across the
country in the SFAAB on Jan. 4th at the StubHub Center in Carson, Calif.
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