1st Marine Corps District

 

1st Marine Corps District

Eastern Recruiting Region

605 Stewart Ave, Garden City, NY 11530
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Hannah DeBalsi, Athlete of the Month from Staples High School, is presented with a plaque by Staff Sergeant Jason Caldwell on behalf of the U.S. Marine Corps and Sports Illustrated,  Jan. 9, 2016 at Staples High School, Westport, Conn. DeBalsi received the award for excellence in cross-country, her desire to give back to her community and her superior performance in her academics.
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Hannah Debalsi, an athlete from Staples High School, is presented with an award as Athlete of the Month on behalf of the Marine Corps and Sports Illustrated in Westport, Conn., Jan. 9, 2016. Debalsi received the award for excellence in cross-country, her desire to give back to her community and her superior performance in her academics.
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Marines with Headquarters and Service Company, 1st Battalion, 25th Marines, fold the colors during the burial of Sam Bernstein at Temple Beth AM, Dec. 30. Bernstein was a former Marine during World War II where he participated in the battle of Iwo Jima, taking some sand home with him. Although leaving the service in 1946, he remained proud of his service and for being a Marine. The Marines of 1/25 volunteered to assist with the funeral.
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Gunnery Sgt. Joshua Roadcap receives a bag of Iwo Jima sand from Howard Bernstein prior to the wake and burial of his father, Sam Bernstein, at Temple Beth AM, Dec. 30. Bernstein was a former Marine during World War II where he participated in the battle of Iwo Jima, taking some sand home with him. Although leaving the service in 1946, he remained proud of his service and for being a Marine. The Marines of Recruiting Substation Brockton, Massachusetts, volunteered to assist with the funeral. Roadcap is the staff noncommissioned officer-in-charge of RSS Brockton.
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Howard Bernstein pours some sand from Iwo Jima on the casket of his father, Sam Bernstein, during his burial, Dec. 30. Bernstein was a former Marine during World War II where he participated in the battle of Iwo Jima, taking some sand home with him. Although leaving the service in 1946, he remained proud of his service and for being a Marine. The Marines of Recruiting Substation Brockton, Massachusetts, volunteered to assist with the funeral.
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Marines with Recruiting Substation Brockton, Massachusetts, salute the casket of Sam Bernstein at Temple Beth AM, Dec. 30. Bernstein was a former Marine during World War II where he participated in the battle of Iwo Jima, taking some sand home with him. Although leaving the service in 1946, he remained proud of his service and for being a Marine. The Marines of RSS Brockton volunteered to assist with the funeral.
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Robert Klare, former Marine staff sergeant and survivor of the attack of Pearl Harbor in World War II, promoted Sgt. Travis Colson to staff sergeant on the anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack, Dec. 7. Klare, a resident of Colson's recruiting area of operation, wanted to promote the Marine to the rank he once was due to the camaraderie that the Marine Corps holds for all Marines, regardless of rank or age. Colson is staff noncommissioned officer-in-charge of Recruiting Substation Dover, New Hampshire.
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Lance Cpl. Lindsey Shephard helps unload toy donations from the trunk of a car during the Marine Toys for Tots drive in Newington, NH, Dec. 4. The drive is a three-day collaborative event between the area’s recruiting and reserve units and local radio stations to collect and deliver toys to the local Toys for Tots warehouse for delivery to families. Shephard is a field wireman with Marine Wing Support Squadron 271, Marine Aircraft Group 14, and is currently on recruiter’s assistance with Recruiting Substation Dover, NH.
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New Marines on recruiters assistance with Recruiting Substation Brockton, Massachusetts, carry the casket of Sam Bernstein, a former Marine who fought on Iwo Jima, into the Temple Beth AM prior to his burial, Dec. 30. Bernstein left the Marine Corps as a corporal following his return from Japan, but never forgot his time in service.
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Marines from the 1st Marine Corps District visit Saint Anne’s School to speak to students about the Marine Corps, Dec. 21, 2015. The school invited the Marines to present them with Christmas stockings as appreciation for their service. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Brandon Thomas)
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Marines from the 1st Marine Corps District pose for a photo with students and staff, Dec. 21, 2015 at Saint Anne’s School. The event gave the children an opportunity to speak to active duty service members face to face. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Brandon Thomas)
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Franklin Square, NY. – Marines from the 1st Marine Corps District pose for a photo with students and staff during a “Toys for Tots” pick up at H. Frank Carey High School, Dec. 10. “Toys for Tots” was founded in 1947 by a Marine Corps Reservist and has been impacting communities nationwide ever since.
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Franklin Square, NY. – Capt. Francisco Pietri, the base operations officer for the 1st Marine Corps District, helps students from H. Frank Carey High School load toys into a truck, Dec. 10. The toys are donations from the seniors of H. Frank Carey High School to kids through the United States Marine Corps Reserve “Toys for Tots” program.
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Franklin Square, NY.--  Marines from the 1st Marine Corps District pose for a photo with students and staff during a “Toys for Tots” pick up at H. Frank Carey High School, Dec. 10. “Toys for Tots” has been around for such a long time and they have done such a great job every year,” said Clarice Tenorio, a senior at H. Frank Carey High School.
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Franklin Square, NY.--  Staff Sgt. Nathan Uttech, a recruiter with Recruiting Station New York, helps students from H. Frank Carey High School load toys into a truck, Dec. 10. The toys are donations from the seniors of H. Frank Carey High School to kids through the United States Marine Corps Reserve “Toys for Tots” program.
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Cpl. Aaron Atwood poses for a photograph holding his French Horn Nov. 5, at Marine Recruiting Station Springfield’s Headquarters. The 27-year-old Danbury, Connecticut-native used his Post 9/11 G.I. Bill to obtain a Bachelor’s of Music Performance Classical French Horn from Western Connecticut State University. Atwood has reenlisted into the Marines so that he can have a career as a full time preforming musician. He will be with the Marine Band stationed in New Orleans, La. (Official Marine Corps photo by Staff Sgt. Richard Blumenstein).
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