1st Marine Corps District

 

1st Marine Corps District

Eastern Recruiting Region

605 Stewart Ave, Garden City, NY 11530
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New York City—A student athlete prepares to take off before a race during the 2014 Marine Corps Holiday Classic at the New Balance Track and Field Center, Dec. 29. The Marine Corps brought together student athletes from all around to compete and show their commitment to their sport. More than 83 high schools in the tri-state area participated in the event.
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New York City—Student athletes compete during a pull-up challenge during the 2014 Marine Corps Holiday Classic at the New Balance Track and Field Center, Dec. 29, 2014. This year’s event was the 15th Annual Marine Corps Holiday Classic. More than 83 high schools in the tri-state area participated in the event.
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New York City- A Marine Corps tractor trailer carrying an Indoor Simulated Marksmanship Trainer is staged outside of the New Balance Track and Field Center during the 2014 Marine Corps Holiday Classic, Dec. 29, 2014.  The Marine Corps hosts many events that bring together young men and women who value discipline, hard work, and physical fitness.
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New York City—A student athlete stretches preceding his event during the 2014 Marine Corps Holiday Classic at the New Balance Track and Field Center, Dec. 29. This year’s event was the 15th Annual Marine Corps Holiday Classic. More than 83 high schools in the tri-state area participated in the event.
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New York City-- Maj. Robert Jones, commanding officer of Recruiting Station New York, speaks to coaches attending the 2014 Marine Corps Holiday Classic held at the New Balance Track and Field Center, Dec 29, 2014. Jones spoke to high school coaches about the Marine Corps’ Educators Workshop, a program for educators to experience Marine Recruit Training and learn about leadership traits.
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New York City—Incentive items yet to be earned by student athletes attending the 2014 Marine Corps Holiday Classic are staged on a table for those who are willing and able to complete the pull-up challenge. The Marine Corps hosts many events that bring together young men and women who value discipline, hard work, and physical fitness.
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Gunnery Sgt. Jason MacLeod, staff noncommissioned officer-in-charge of Recruiting Substation Boston, congratulates a member of the Lynn English High School Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps drill team, Lynn, Massachusetts, for her completion of a drill knock-out event during the JROTC drill competition at Quincy High School, Quincy, Mass., Dec. 20. RSS Boston is part of Recruiting Station Portsmouth, 1st Marine Corps District.
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Kate Marshall (center left), a York High School sophomore and Varsity soccer and lacrosse player, holds her Sports Illustrated “High School Athlete of the Month” alongside her family; Chris Stone, managing editor of SI; Capt. Zachary Johnson, executive officer of Marine Corps Recruiting Station Portsmouth; and Sgt. Daniel Siniscalchi, recruiter with Recruiting Substation Dover, during half-time of a basketball game, Dec. 18. The high school athlete award program is hosted by the United States Marine Corps and presented to Marshall by Marines of Recruiting Station Portsmouth, N.H. Marshall was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis only eight months after birth, a disease that hardens mucus in the chest and leads to troubled breathing and infection. Marshall requires daily treatment for her condition, yet drives herself to live a normal life and uses sports as a therapeutic outlet.
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Retired Marine Corps Maj. Donald Moore speaks to cadets before the parade begins Dec. 17. “Our main focus isn’t to have cadets enlist into the military our focus is to teach leadership and to create better citizens,” said Moore, the head Naval Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps instructor at Freeport High School.
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Lt. Col. Maxx Godsey speaks to students, parents and the board of education members Dec. 17 during Freeport High School’s Naval Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps Annual inspection. “I was really there to give support and promote these kinds of training programs that really instill the military virtues that we’re looking for such as honor courage and commitment.” Godsey is the 1st Marine Corps District executive officer.
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Lt. Col. Maxx Godsey inspects a Naval Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps cadet Dec. 17 during Freeport High School’s NJROTC Annual inspection. “I can see it (Leadership) in everything the cadets do,” said Godsey, the 1st Marine Corps District executive officer.
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Miya Henson is inspected by Lt. Col. Maxx Godsey Dec. 17 during Freeport High School’s NJROTC Annual inspection. “This program really promotes discipline and leadership and I’d recommend it to every student,” said Henson, Freeport High School’s NJROTC program executive officer and Freeport, New York, native. Godsey is the 1st Marine Corps District executive officer.
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Nicholas Mclean, center, is inspected by Lt. Col. Maxx Godsey Dec. 17 during Freeport High School’s Naval Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps Annual inspection. “This is like our super bowl,” said Mclean, the commanding officer of NJROTC and a Freeport, New York, native. “We all get to come together in our uniforms and show our community what we’re about.” Godsey is the 1st Marine Corps District executive officer.
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Hunter Wilbraham, a senior at St. Augistine Preparatory School, receives a certificate for earning the NROTC-Marine Option Scholarship from Capt. Zachary Smith, at St. Augustine Preparatory School in Richlands, N.J., Dec. 19, 2014.
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Staff Sgt. Eric Kyne practices in William H. Hall High School’s auditorium while waiting to talk to music students Dec. 18. Kyne was a student at the high school and part of its prestigious Jazz Program. Kyne played in the auditorium throughout his years at the school. Kyne is a Marine musician and recruiter with Marine Recruiting Substation Hartford. (Official Marine Corps Photo by Sgt. Richard Blumenstein)
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Staff Sgt. Eric Kyne walks around the auditorium inside of the Artists Collective in Hartford, Connecticut, Dec. 18. Kyne played in the auditorium throughout his childhood while he was a student there. Kyne is a Marine musician and recruiter with Marine Recruiting Substation Hartford. (Official Marine Corps Photo by Sgt. Richard Blumenstein)
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