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Headquarters Recruiting Command

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Sgt. Julio Chicas, staff noncommissioned officer-in-charge of Recruiting Substation Jamaica, receives a Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal from Gen. James F. Amos, Commandant of the Marine Corps, during a visit to Recruiting Station New York June 13.
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Sgt. Jose Flores, recruiter at Recruiting Substation Patchogue, receives a Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal from Gen. James F. Amos, Commandant of the Marine Corps, during a visit to Recruiting Station New York June 13.
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A team Valor and team Virtue player sprint down the field in the inaugural Dan Daly Cup all-star lacrosse game at Glen Cove High School June 21. The Cup showcased some of Long Island's top high school junior lacrosse players.
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Courtesy photo by the National Physique Committee
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ERIAL, N.J.— Sgt. Anton Arifaj, a canvassing recruiter with Recruiting Station New Jersey,  presents Adonis Jennings with a certificate recognizing Jennings for his selection and participation in the 2014 Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl June 20, at Timber Creek High School, N.J. The Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl brings selected players together with U.S. Marines and football coaches to develop skills not only important to football, but throughout life, such as leadership, self-confidence and teamwork. (U.S. Marines Corps photo by Sgt. Samuel Nasso)
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GLEN COVE, N.Y. -- Team Valor faces off against team Virtue in the Inaugural Dan Daly Cup at Glen Cove High School’s  Maiden Field, June 21. The Dan Daly Cup is a lacrosse game thrown in honor of Sgt. Maj. Dan Daly, a recipient of two Medals of Honor, in his home town of Glen Cove. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Brandon Thomas)
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Glen Cove - Team Valor holds up the championship trophy after winning the game against team Virtue at the Inaugural Dan Daly Cup on June 21. The Dan Daly Cup is an all-star lacrosse game in honor of two time Medal of Honor recipient SgtMaj. Dan Daly. Recruiting Station New York partnered up with the city of Glen Cove and the New York Lizards to organize the game. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Caleb Gomez)
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GLEN COVE, N.Y. -- Team Valor wins the Inaugural Dan Daly Cup at Glen Cove High School’s Maiden Field, June 21. The Dan Daly Cup is a lacrosse game thrown in honor of Sgt. Maj. Dan Daly, a recipient of two Medals of Honor, in his home town of Glen Cove. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Brandon Thomas)
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Major Mastin M. Robeson, Jr was born in Fort Belvoir, VA.  He was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in May 2003 after graduating with a Business Administration degree from The Citadel.  
Following graduation from The Basic School, the Infantry Officer Course and the Light Armored Reconnaissance Leader’s Course, Second Lieutenant Robeson was assigned to 2d Marine Division in Camp Lejeune, North Carolina.  From 2004 until 2007, he served in 2d Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion as a platoon commander, company executive officer and company commander, and deployed twice to Al Anbar Province in support of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM (OIF).
Upon return from his second OIF deployment in 2007, Captain Robeson transferred to The Basic School in Quantico, Virginia where he served for one year as a Warfighting Instructor, followed by two years as Infantry Officer Course Instructor. 
Completing Expeditionary Warfare School in 2011, Captain Robeson assumed command of Company I, 3d Battalion, 6th Marines and deployed to Marjah, Afghanistan in support of Operation ENDURING FREEDOM (OEF).  In 2012, he deployed once more to OEF, this time as the Officer-In-Charge of the Security Force Assistance Advisor Team to the Afghan National Army’s infantry battalions operating in northern Helmand Province.  
Returning from OEF in 2013, Major Robeson served in the 2d Marine Division G3 as the Assistant Future Operations Officer.  He remained in this billet until assuming command of Recruiting Station, Albany, New York in June 2014.
Major Robeson’s personal decorations include the Bronze Star, the Purple Heart, the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal with 2 Gold Stars in lieu of third award, the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal with Combat Distinguishing Device and the Combat Action Ribbon.
Major Robeson is married to the former Betsy Blackwell of Dalton, GA and has a daughter, Molly (1).
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Watervliet, N.Y. – June 19, 2014 -- Maj. Mastin M. Robeson, Jr., takes command of Marine Corps Recruiting Station Albany from outgoing commanding officer Maj. Matthew T. Milburn, as RS Sergeant Major, Sgt. Maj. John D. Calhoun salutes. (Marine Corps Photo by Staff Sgt. Josh H. Hauser)
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The players competed in the Marine Corps Combat Fitness Test during the second day of training camp for the inaugural Dan Daly Cup at Mitchel Athletic Complex in Uniondale, N.Y., June 17. Following the CFT, they participated in a leadership seminar conducted by the Marine Corps and then drills with the coaches and New York Lizards. The Dan Daly Cup will take place at Glen Cove High School in Glen Cove, N.Y., at noon June 21. The Cup will showcase some of the top lacrosse players from across Long Island.
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Major Beth-Anne Canero is the Commanding Officer of Marine Recruiting Station Springfield.
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Maj. Scott F. Welch relinquishes command of Marine Corps Recruiting Station Springfield, Mass., to Maj. Beth-Anne Canero, during a change of command ceremony on Westover Air Reserve Base June 18, 2014. Welch is headed to the College of Naval Command and Staff, U.S. Naval War College in Newport, R.I. (Official Marine Corps Photo by Sgt. Richard Blumenstein)
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Maj. John M. Hunt takes the organization colors from Sgt, Maj. Adam E. Fraser, recruiting station sergeant major, during the Change of Command ceremony at Heinz Field, June 13. Hunt would go on to pass the colors to the incoming commanding officer symbolizing the relinquishing of command.
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Major Frank P. Mease Jr graduated from Bellefonte Area High School, Bellefonte, PA in 1991.  After graduation, he attended boot camp at Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island and subsequently reported to Infantry Training Battalion at Camp Geiger, NC.  
In June 1992, Major Mease reported to the Presidential Helicopter Squadron (HMX-1).  During his tour, he served as team leader and squad leader and was meritoriously promoted to Corporal.
In April 1996, Major Mease reported to Military Police Company, 2D Force Service Support Group.  During his tour with MP Company he served as squad leader and platoon sergeant and deployed to Norway and Estonia. 
In July 1998, Major Mease reported to Drill Instructor School at Parris Island, SC.  During his tour, he served as Drill Instructor, Senior Drill Instructor, Series Chief Drill Instructor and Company Gunnery Sergeant for Company I, 3rd Recruit Training Battalion.  While on duty at Parris Island he completed an Associate Degree through Park University.  
In December 2001, Major Mease was selected for the Meritorious Commissioning Program and attended Officer Candidates School in January 2002.  He was commissioned in March 2002 and reported to The Basic School and Infantry Officers Course in Quantico, VA. 
In March 2003, Major Mease reported to 1st Battalion, 6th Marine Regiment in Camp Lejeune, NC.  From March 2003 through May 2006, he deployed to Afghanistan where he participated in Operation Mountain Storm and Fallujah, Iraq where he participated in Operation Iraqi Freedom.  During his tour he served as rifle platoon commander, weapons platoon commander, 81mm mortar platoon commander, mobile assault platoon commander and assistant operations officer.
In May 2006, Major Mease reported to Officer Candidates School.  From May 2006 through August 2009, he served as tactics officer, staff platoon commander, company executive officer and assistant operations officer.  During this tour, he also completed his Baccalaurea
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NEW YORK CITY – Commandant of the Marine Corps Gen. James F. Amos shakes hands with Sgt. Pedro J. Marrerocruz, the Marine aide to the commandant of the Marine Corps, after a reenlistment ceremony in Times Square, N.Y. June 13. Marrerocruz has served in the Marine Corps for seven years and has reenlisted for three more years. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Daniel E. Valle).
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