1st Marine Corps District

 

1st Marine Corps District

Eastern Recruiting Region

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2nd Lt. Patrick Poorbaugh is congratulated by Brig. Gen. Terry Williams, center, Juan Garcia, right, and Peter Awn during his commissioning ceremony at 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. Williams administered the oath of office and is the Eastern Recruiting Region and Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island commanding general. Garcia is the Assistant Secretary of The Navy. Awn is the Columbia University School of General Studies Dean.
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WHITE PLAINS, New York- Thomas Roach (right), and Col. James Iulo (left), place a reef in honor of veterans past and present at the Soldiers  and Sailors Monument, May 24.  “I think it’s a wonderful opportunity for us to stop, pause and remember all the many men and women who gave their life to preserve freedom and to remember all those who are currently putting their lives at risk so that we can live in this wonderful country,” said Roach, Mayor of White Plains, New York. Col. Iulo is the 1st Marine Corps District commanding officer and grand marshall for the 2015 White Plain Memorial Day Parade.
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Poolees from Recruiting Substation Waterbury compete in a tug-of-war competition during the 2015 Annual Field Meet, at Dufresne Recreational Park, May 16. Approximately 465 newly enlisted men and women from across New England, to include; Western Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island, attended the event. The annual Marine Corps event is designed to challenge the Poolees’ physical fitness through various competitions and tests of endurance to ensure that they are prepared for the rigors of Marine Corps recruit training. (Official Marine Corps Photo by Staff Sgt. Richard Blumenstein)
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Michael Amado, a Providence, Rhode Island  native, preforms pull-ups during the 2015 Annual Field Meet, at Dufresne Recreational Park, May 16. Approximately 465 newly enlisted men and women from across New England, to include; Western Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island, attended the event. The annual Marine Corps event is designed to challenge the Poolees’ physical fitness through various competitions and tests of endurance to ensure that they are prepared for the rigors of Marine Corps recruit training.  Amado, 26, is a Poolee, person currently enrolled in the Marines Delayed Entry Program, and graduate of Hope High School in Rhode Island. (Official Marine Corps Photo by Staff Sgt. Richard Blumenstein)
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Sgt. Cornelius Davis, a drill instructor and Chicago, Illinois native, teaches Poolees about drill during the 2015 Annual Field Meet, at Dufresne Recreational Park, May 16. Approximately 465 newly enlisted men and women from across New England, to include; Western Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island, attended the event. The annual Marine Corps event is designed to challenge the Poolees’ physical fitness through various competitions and tests of endurance to ensure that they are prepared for the rigors of Marine Corps recruit training. (Official Marine Corps Photo by Staff Sgt. Richard Blumenstein)
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Daniel Gagliardi, a Bristol, Connecticut native, performs ammo can lifts as part of a relay race during the 2015 Annual Field Meet, at Dufresne Recreational Park, May 16. Approximately 465 newly enlisted men and women from across New England, to include; Western Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island, attended the event. The annual Marine Corps event is designed to challenge the Poolees’ physical fitness through various competitions and tests of endurance to ensure that they are prepared for the rigors of Marine Corps recruit training. Gagliardi, 18, is a Poolee, person currently enrolled in the Marines Delayed Entry Program, and graduate of Bristol Central High School in Connecticut. (Official Marine Corps Photo by Staff Sgt. Richard Blumenstein)
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Sgt. Victor Sierra, a drill instructor and Covina, California native, teaches Poolees drill commands during the 2015 Annual Field Meet, at Dufresne Recreational Park, May 16. Approximately 465 newly enlisted men and women from across New England, to include; Western Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island, attended the event. The annual Marine Corps event is designed to challenge the Poolees’ physical fitness through various competitions and tests of endurance to ensure that they are prepared for the rigors of Marine Corps recruit training. (Official Marine Corps Photo by Staff Sgt. Richard Blumenstein)
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Sgt. Cornelius Davis, a drill instructor and Chicago, Illinois native, launches Poolees with a verbal command while teaching them drill during the 2015 Annual Field Meet, at Dufresne Recreational Park, May 16. Approximately 465 newly enlisted men and women from across New England, to include; Western Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island, attended the event. The annual Marine Corps event is designed to challenge the Poolees’ physical fitness through various competitions and tests of endurance to ensure that they are prepared for the rigors of Marine Corps recruit training. (Official Marine Corps Photo by Staff Sgt. Richard Blumenstein)
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Ana Vidal, a and Danbury, Connecticut native, preforms sit-ups during the 2015 Annual Field Meet, at Dufresne Recreational Park, May 16. Approximately 465 newly enlisted men and women from across New England, to include; Western Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island, attended the event. The annual Marine Corps event is designed to challenge the Poolees’ physical fitness through various competitions and tests of endurance to ensure that they are prepared for the rigors of Marine Corps recruit training. Vidal, 19, is a Poolee, person currently enrolled in the Marines Delayed Entry Program, and graduate of Danbury High School in Connecticut. (Official Marine Corps Photo by Staff Sgt. Richard Blumenstein)
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Sgt. Jonathan Simeon, a recruiter with Recruiting Substation Bridgeport, marks the number of pull-ups performed by a Poolee during the 2015 Annual Field Meet, at Dufresne Recreational Park, May 16. Approximately 465 newly enlisted men and women from across New England, to include; Western Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island, attended the event. The annual Marine Corps event is designed to challenge the Poolees’ physical fitness through various competitions and tests of endurance to ensure that they are prepared for the rigors of Marine Corps recruit training. (Official Marine Corps Photo by Staff Sgt. Richard Blumenstein)
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Johnathan Constantin, a Waterbury, Connecticut native, participates in a Marine Corps Martial Arts Program demonstration during the 2015 Annual Field Meet, at Dufresne Recreational Park, May 16. Approximately 465 newly enlisted men and women from across New England, to include; Western Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island, attended the event. The annual Marine Corps event is designed to challenge the Poolees’ physical fitness through various competitions and tests of endurance to ensure that they are prepared for the rigors of Marine Corps recruit training. Constantin, 18, is a Poolee, person currently enrolled in the Marines Delayed Entry Program, and graduate of John F. Kennedy High School in Connecticut. (Official Marine Corps Photo by Staff Sgt. Richard Blumenstein)
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Sgt. Jessica Brewer hugs a Girl Scout 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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Nathan (right) and Michael (left)  Wilson graduated recruit training on May 8 at Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, South Carolina. Michael was scheduled to ship off to recruit training March 23, 2015, but instead he shipped off early on February 9. “Staff Sgt. Rondini (Marine in charge of Recruiting Substation York) called me and said ‘Hey we have a slot open and, if you want to leave next Monday,’” said Michael.  “It was a little jolt and it became real, real fast.”
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Nathan (right) and Michael (left)  Wilson graduated recruit training on May 8 at Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, South Carolina, stand outside the Recruiting Substation York office where their journey to earn the title Marine began more than a year ago. Nathan departed for recruit training almost a month before Michael, but due to being hospitalized with pneumonia, he ended up in the same company and graduating on the same day.
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Staff Sgt. Khanh H. Nguyen, supply chief for Recruiting Station New Jersey, teaches a few dozen poolees how to properly stand at attention during the 2015 Annual Pool Function aboard Naval Weapons Station Earle in Colts Neck, N.J., May 16, 2015.
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Sergeants Travis Colson and Daniel Siniscalchi fold the national flag during a flag presentation ceremony as part of the city of Sanford, New Hampshire's World War II Veteran Memorial Day at the Sanford High School memorial gymnasium, May 14. The event honored the 51 WWII Sanford natives who fell in battle, and the flag the Marines presented was to the family of one of those soldiers. Colson is the staff noncommissioned officer-in-chargeof Recruiting Substation Dover, NH, and Siniscalchi is a canvassing recruiter for RSS Dover.
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