1st Marine Corps District

 

1st Marine Corps District

Eastern Recruiting Region

605 Stewart Ave, Garden City, NY 11530
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Bill Felmer poses for a photograph in his office at the Core Fitness Health Club, on May 5. Felmer recently became the first veteran to complete Western Connecticut State University’s Honors Program while obtaining a bachelor’s degree in political science. The 28-year-old Marine veteran is a Bethel, Connecticut native. (Official Marine Corps photo by Staff Sgt. Richard Blumenstein).
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Sgt. Gary Ruiz, canvassing recruiter at Recruiting Substation Essex, motivates more than a hundred football players from the Greater New York and New Jersey areas during the Semper Fi All American Football Camp at Bridgewater-Raritan High School in Bridgewater, N.J., May 31, 2015.
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Sgt. Darrell Buckley, canvassing recruiter at Recruiting Substation Trenton, rips and swims past an offensive lineman during a drill at the Semper Fi All American Football Camp at Bridgewater-Raritan High School in Bridgewater, N.J., May 31, 2015.
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A guard with 1st Marine Corps District checks her score at Mitchel Field Shooting Complex after firing the M9A1 pistol on May 28. “They need to know how to apply deadly force with a weapon when necessary with threats we face on a day-to-day basis,” said Gunnery Sergeant William Neimi, guard chief of 1st Marine Corps District. The guards use the M9A1 pistol, Benelli M104 shotgun, and M16-A4 service rifle as their trained weapons.
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A guard with 1st Marine Corps District checks his score at Mitchel Field Shooting Complex after firing the M9A1 pistol on May 28. “They need to know how to apply deadly force with a weapon when necessary with threats we face on a day-to-day basis,” said Gunnery Sergeant William Neimi, guard chief of 1st Marine Corps District. The guards use the M9A1 pistol, Benelli M104 shotgun, and M16-A4 service rifle as their trained weapons.
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Sergeant Justin Davis describes the workings of a turret-mounted .50 caliber machine gun to a poolee Joan Corporan-Fabian of Recruiting Substation Boston during a port call of the USS Arlington (LPD-24) docked in Boston as part of Fleet Week Boston, March 14. The poolees and guests of RSS Boston toured the ship, vehicles and weapons systems before a Q&A session with Marines of various occupations Davis is an Osprey Crew Chief with the Marine Corps Security Force Regiment out of Quantico, Virginia. RSS Boston is part of Recruiting Station Portsmouth, 1st Marine Corps District.
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Lance Cpl. Justin Bull explains how to properly hold an M16A4 rifle for firing to poolee Tony Huang of Recruiting Substation Boston during a port call of the USS Arlington (LPD-24) docked in Boston as part of Fleet Week Boston, March 14. The poolees and guests of RSS Boston toured the ship, vehicles and weapons systems before a Q&A session with Marines of various occupations. Bull is an infantryman with the Marine Corps Security Force Regiment out of Quantico, Virginia. RSS Boston is part of Recruiting Station Portsmouth, 1st Marine Corps District.
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Lance Cpl. Justin Bull speaks to poolees of Recruiting Substation Boston with infantry contracts during a port call of the USS Arlington (LPD-24) docked in Boston as part of Fleet Week Boston, March 14. The poolees and guests of RSS Boston toured the ship, vehicles and weapons systems before a Q&A session with Marines of various occupations. Bull is an infantryman with the Marine Corps Security Force Regiment out of Quantico, Virginia. RSS Boston is part of Recruiting Station Portsmouth, 1st Marine Corps District.
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Sgt. Jerusa Argueta poses with the Heart of the Hudson Girl Scouts during their tour on USS San Antonio in New York City, May 23. The tour gave the girls opportunity for one-on-one interactions with U.S. female service members during the 2015 Fleet Week.
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Staff Sgt. Patrick Poorbaugh stands poised to take charge as America’s newest Marine second lieutenant and Columbia University graduate during his commissioning ceremony in the Low Memorial Library Rotunda, Columbia University, New York May, 21. Poorbaugh became the first Marine in 40 years to commission from the school. Poorbaugh is a Mackinaw, Ill., native, and graduated with a degree in Political Science from the College of General Studies.
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Brig. Gen. Terry Williams administers the oath of office to Staff Sgt. Patrick Poorbaugh during his commissioning ceremony in the Low Memorial Library Rotunda, Columbia University, New York May, 21. Poorbaugh became the first Marine in 40 years to commission from the school. Poorbaugh is a Mackinaw, Illinois, native, and graduated with a degree in Political Science from the College of General Studies. Williams is commanding general of Eastern Recruiting Region and Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island.
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U.S. Navy Capt. Ted Graske (Ret.) presents the Mameluke or Officer’s Sword to Staff Sgt. Patrick Poorbaugh during his commissioning ceremony at the Low Memorial Library Rotunda, Columbia University, New York City, May, 21. Poorbaugh became the first Marine in 40 years to commission from the school. Graske graduated from Columbia in 1959.
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Peter Awn addresses attendees at the commissioning ceremony of Staff Sergeant Patrick Poorbaugh at the Low Memorial Library Rotunda, Columbia University, New York City, May, 21. Poorbaugh became the first Marine in 40 years to commission from the school. Awn is the Columbia University School of General Studies Dean.
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Staff Sgt. Patrick Poorbaugh stands at attention while his citation is read during his commissioning ceremony at the Low Memorial Library Rotunda, Columbia University, New York City, May, 21. Poorbaugh became the first Marine in 40 years to commission from the school. Poorbaugh is a Mackinaw, Illinois, native, and graduated with a degree in Political Science from the College of General Studies.
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Brig. Gen. Terry Williams gives his remarks to the audience at the commissioning ceremony of Staff Sgt. Patrick Poorbaugh in the Low Memorial Library Rotunda, Columbia University, New York City, May, 21. Poorbaugh became the first Marine in 40 years to commission from the school. Williams administered the oath of office and is the Eastern Recruiting Region and Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island commanding general.
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Assistant Secretary of the Navy Juan Garcia speaks to the crowd at the commissioning ceremony of Staff Sergeant Patrick Poorbaugh at the Low Memorial Library Rotunda, Columbia University, New York City, May, 21. Poorbaugh became the first Marine in 40 years to commission from the school.
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