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1st Marine Corps District

Eastern Recruiting Region

605 Stewart Ave, Garden City, NY 11530
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GySgt Luke Penniman and Future Marine Kason Smith are interviewed at the FOX 29 Salutes the Troops event on September 26, 2014.
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WEST SPRINGFIELD, Mass.— Gunnery Sgt. David  Wilson, Drum Major for Parris Island Marine Band,  leads during the evening parade at the Big Eastern States Exposition, Sept. 27. Marine Musicians perform an average of 250 times each year. Performances range from military ceremonies to public concerts like the Big E.
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WEST SPRINGFIELD, Mass.—Marines with Marine Corps Band Parris Island rise for a standing ovation following their performance at the Big Eastern States Exposition, Sept. 27. Marine Musicians perform an average of 250 times each year. Performances range from military ceremonies to public concerts like the Big E.
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WEST SPRINGFIELD, Mass.— Chief Warrant Officer 2 Stephen Giove, the Officer in Charge and director of the Parris Island Marine Corps Band, sings a tune during the Marine Band performance at the Big Eastern States Exposition, Sept. 27. Marine Musicians perform an average of 250 times each year. Performances range from military ceremonies to public concerts like the Big E.
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WEST SPRINGFIELD, Mass.— CWO2 Stephen Giove, the Officer in Charge and director of the Parris Island Marine Corps Band, conducts the Marine Band performance at the Big Eastern States Exposition, Sept. 27. Marine Musicians perform an average of 250 times each year. Marine Musicians perform an average of 250 times a year. Performances range from military ceremonies to public concerts like the Big E.
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WEST SPRINGFIELD, Mass.—Lance Cpl. Jonathan Dower, a native of Decatur, Texas, and a percussionist with Marine Corps Band Parris Island , performs during the Marine Band performance at the Big Eastern States Exposition, Sept. 27. Marine Musicians perform an average of 250 times each year. Performances range from military ceremonies to public concerts like the Big E.
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WEST SPRINGFIELD, Mass.— Chief Warrant Officer 2 Stephen Giove, the Officer in Charge and director of the Parris Island Marine Corps Band, sings a tune during the Marine Band performance at the Big Eastern States Exposition, Sept. 27. Marine Musicians perform an average of 250 times each year. Performances range from military ceremonies to public concerts like the Big E.
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WEST SPRINGFIELD, Mass.—Cpl. Steven Farley, horn player for the Marine Corps Band Parris Island, performs during the Marine Band performance at the Big Eastern States Exposition, Sept. 27. Marine Musicians perform an average of 250 times each year. Performances range from military ceremonies to public concerts like the Big E.
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Irfan Siddiqui, a 28-year-old Marine veteran, poses for a photo on the University of Massachusetts Amherst campus Sept. 5. Siddiqui is a former Staff Sergeant in the Marines who is using his Post 9/11 GI Bill to obtain a bachelor’s degree in biochemistry. He is also currently working to gain a commission as a Marine Corps Officer.
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NEW YORK—Staff Sgt. Jesse Costa, (left) a native of Swansea, Mass., and 1st Marine Corps District’s club manager, stands with Executive Chef Barret Beyer, Coast Guard veteran and participant on the show Hell’s Kitchen, Sept. 18. Costa is on the path to becoming the only chef in his military occupational specialty. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Brandon Thomas)
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NEW YORK—Staff Sgt. Jesse Costa, 1st Marine Corps District’s club manager, prepares white chocolate rosetta balls for frying, Sept. 18. The rosetta balls are one of the six dishes prepared by the chefs during the special event at Club Space NYC. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Brandon Thomas)
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NEW YORK—Staff Sgt. Jesse Costa, (center) 1st Marine Corps District’s club manager, alongside other chefs prepares dishes at Club Space NYC, Sept. 18. Costa is on the path to becoming the only Chef in his military occupational specialty. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Brandon Thomas)
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NEW YORK—Staff Sgt. Jesse Costa, (center) 1st Marine Corps District’s club manager, alongside other chefs prepares dishes at Club Space NYC, Sept. 18. Costa is on the path to becoming the only chef in his military occupational specialty. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Brandon Thomas)
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NEW YORK CITY—Staff Sgt. Jesse Costa, 1st Marine Corps District’s Club Manager, alongside other chefs prepares the dishes for Club Space NYC, Sept. 18. Costa is on the path to becoming the only chef in his military occupational specialty. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Brandon Thomas)
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NEW YORK—Executive Chef Barret Beyer (right), native of Patchogue, N.Y., Coast Guard veteran and participant on the show Hell’s Kitchen,  gives Staff Sgt. Jesse Costa, 1st Marine Corps District’s Club Manager, cooking tips at Club Space NYC,  Sept. 18. Costa is on the path to becoming the only chef in his military occupational specialty. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Brandon Thomas)
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GARDEN CITY, N.Y.—Staff Sgt. Jesse Costa, 1st Marine Corps District’s club manager, receives the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal from Brig. Gen. Terry Williams, commanding general of Eastern Recruiting Region,  Sept. 15, at the 1st MCD headquarters. Costa is on the path to becoming the only chef in his military occupational specialty. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Brandon Thomas)
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