1st Marine Corps District

 

1st Marine Corps District

Eastern Recruiting Region

605 Stewart Ave, Garden City, NY 11530
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Cpl. James Ritcheson (left) and Sgt. Joseph Ritcheson (right) pose for a picture during 1st Marine Corps District’s 239th Marine Corps Birthday Celebration, Nov. 9, 2014, at the Cradle of Aviation Museum. Joseph is an information systems management technician with U.S. Central Command. Joseph is an administrative specialist with 1st Marine Corps District.
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Cpl. James Ritcheson (left) and Sgt. Joseph Ritcheson (center) pose for a picture together as Boy Scouts. The twins would eventually enlist in the United States Marine Corps. Joseph is an information systems management technician with U.S. Central Command. Joseph is an administrative specialist with 1st Marine Corps District.
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JERSEY CITY, New Jersey – Sgt. Sergio Castro poses with four of his poolees from Ferris High School in Jersey City, New Jersey, Jan. 21. Poolees are men and women that have decided to take the oath to become an Untied States Marine but that have yet to attend Marine Corps Recruit Training and earn the title of ‘Marine.’ Castro is a canvassing recruiter with Marine Corps Recruiting Substation Elizabeth and is responsible for finding young men and women interested in serving their country.
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Jack Cadigan, center with plaque, stands with Antoine Walker, Capt. Zachary Johnson, Sgt. Keily Warren, and Stephen Cannella after receiving the Sports Illustrated High School Athlete of the Month award during half time of a varsity basketball game, Jan. 20. Cadigan's father, a cardiologist, found that Jack had a threatening heart abnormality when they were volunteering at a clinic St. Tock, Haiti last August. and Jack underwent surgery upon return to the U.S. Later, Jack heard of a Haitian orphan who had the same heart condition and, after many obstacles, brought her to the States for a life-saving operation. Cadigan is a Medfield High School senior and varsity basketball player. Walker is a former Boston Celtics basketball player. Johnson is the executive officer of Recruiting Station Portsmouth, N.H.; Warren is a canvassing recruiter for Recruiting Substation Framingham. Cannella is an assistant managing editor for Sports Illustrated.
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Sgt. Michael Godjikian stands with Pvt. Pavlo Sinkevych at a recruiting table setup during a Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps drill competition at Quincy High School, Quincy, Massachusetts, Dec. 20. Sinkevych was Godjikian’s first enlistment contract written as a recruiter. During Godjikian’s short time as a recruiter, he has already set himself apart from his peers by being a standout Marine ambassador in his schools and community. Godjikian has won recruiter of the month, recruiter of the quarter and is currently nominated for recruiter of the year. Godjikian is a recruiter for Recruiting Substation North Boston.
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Sgt. Michael Godjikian inspects the uniform of an Air Force Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps cadet during a JROTC Drill Competition at Beverly High School in Beverly, Massachusetts, Nov. 15. During Godjikian’s short time as a recruiter, he has already set himself apart from his peers by being a standout Marine ambassador in his schools and community. Godjikian has won recruiter of the month, recruiter of the quarter and is currently nominated for recruiter of the year. Godjikian is a recruiter for Recruiting Substation North Boston.
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A local emergency medical technician attempt the Marine Corps Pull Up Challenge during the 2015 Spaudling Hoophall Classic. The Marines of Recruiting Station Springfield were in attendance to show support of the local community and young athletes in Springfield Massachusetts, Jan. 15. The Marine Corps takes every opportunity to celebrate student’s excellence in physical fitness, discipline, and commitment.
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Players in the 14th Annual Spaulding Hoophall Classic begin their game in hopes of being the top high school in Massachusetts. The event brought together the top 52 teams to compete at Springfield, Massachusetts, Jan. 15. The 52 team tournament will run through Jan. 19 and will conclude with a championship game.
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Steve Ray,the head coach of Pittsfield High School, watches his team preform during the 2015 Spauling Hoophall Classic. The event brought together the top 52 teams to compete at Springfield, Massachusetts, Jan.15. The United States Marine Corps began sponsoring the event on Nov. 12, 2014 as a way to give back to the community by instilling motivation in the attendees and athletes. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Elizabeth Thurston/Released)
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Anthony Jones of Pittsfield High School is awarded the player of the game during the 2015 Spaudling Hoophall Classic. Hoophall Classic brought together the top 52 teams to compete at Springfield, Mass., Jan. 15, 2015.
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Gunnery Sergeant Christian Arellano, Musical Technical Assistant, 12th Marine Corps District, enlightens high school musicians on musical opportunities in the Marine Corps during the 2015 Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl, here today. Bands from Colony High School in Ontario, Calif., and Arroyo in El Monte, Calif., competed in a battle of the bands during halftime.
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Melissa Chan, Clarinet Section Leader, Colony High School Marching Band, speaks with fellow musician before winning the Battle of the Bands at the 2015 Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl. The bowl honors players who demonstrate the Marine Corps' commitment to developing quality citizens and reinforces core values of honor, courage and commitment on and off the field.
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Chief Warrant Officer 2 Tony Irene rides the Zamboni during a Pittsburgh Penguins home game on Jan. 31 at the Console Center. The Zamboni rides are done during the intermission of each period of hockey games(Courtesy Photo).
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Chief Warrant Office 3 Jeremiah Elsbury (right) and Chief Warrant Officer 2 Tony Irene (left)were selected to ride the Zamboni during a Pittsburgh Penguins home game on Jan. 31 at the Console Center. The Pittsburgh Penguins and ATI, through their Military Appreciation Program, recognized Elsbury and Irene by giving them an opportunity to ride on one of the ATI Zambonis and receive a warm welcome on the scoreboard. The Zamboni rides are done during the intermission of each period of the hockey games(Courtesy Photo).
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Chief Warrant Office 3 Jeremiah Elsbury, an operations officer with Marine Corps Recruting Command, appeared on the scoreboard during his ride on the Zamboni during a Pittsburgh Penguins home game on Jan. 31 at the Console Center (Courtesy Photo).
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New York City—A student athlete tests his skills at an Indoor Simulated Marksmanship Trainer during the 2014 Marine Corps Holiday Classic at the New Balance Track and Field Center, Dec. 29, 2014. The Holiday Classic allowed the recruiters to educate students about the Marine Corps and its commitment to physical fitness.
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