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1st Marine Corps District

Eastern Recruiting Region

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Maj. John M. Hunt takes the organization colors from Sgt, Maj. Adam E. Fraser, recruiting station sergeant major, during the Change of Command ceremony at Heinz Field, June 13. Hunt would go on to pass the colors to the incoming commanding officer symbolizing the relinquishing of command.
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Major Frank P. Mease Jr graduated from Bellefonte Area High School, Bellefonte, PA in 1991.  After graduation, he attended boot camp at Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island and subsequently reported to Infantry Training Battalion at Camp Geiger, NC.  
In June 1992, Major Mease reported to the Presidential Helicopter Squadron (HMX-1).  During his tour, he served as team leader and squad leader and was meritoriously promoted to Corporal.
In April 1996, Major Mease reported to Military Police Company, 2D Force Service Support Group.  During his tour with MP Company he served as squad leader and platoon sergeant and deployed to Norway and Estonia. 
In July 1998, Major Mease reported to Drill Instructor School at Parris Island, SC.  During his tour, he served as Drill Instructor, Senior Drill Instructor, Series Chief Drill Instructor and Company Gunnery Sergeant for Company I, 3rd Recruit Training Battalion.  While on duty at Parris Island he completed an Associate Degree through Park University.  
In December 2001, Major Mease was selected for the Meritorious Commissioning Program and attended Officer Candidates School in January 2002.  He was commissioned in March 2002 and reported to The Basic School and Infantry Officers Course in Quantico, VA. 
In March 2003, Major Mease reported to 1st Battalion, 6th Marine Regiment in Camp Lejeune, NC.  From March 2003 through May 2006, he deployed to Afghanistan where he participated in Operation Mountain Storm and Fallujah, Iraq where he participated in Operation Iraqi Freedom.  During his tour he served as rifle platoon commander, weapons platoon commander, 81mm mortar platoon commander, mobile assault platoon commander and assistant operations officer.
In May 2006, Major Mease reported to Officer Candidates School.  From May 2006 through August 2009, he served as tactics officer, staff platoon commander, company executive officer and assistant operations officer.  During this tour, he also completed his Baccalaurea
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NEW YORK CITY – Commandant of the Marine Corps Gen. James F. Amos shakes hands with Sgt. Pedro J. Marrerocruz, the Marine aide to the commandant of the Marine Corps, after a reenlistment ceremony in Times Square, N.Y. June 13. Marrerocruz has served in the Marine Corps for seven years and has reenlisted for three more years. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Daniel E. Valle).
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Joseph Rutledge, a resident of Middletown, R.I., and recent graduate of Middletown High School, is one of this year’s Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps Scholarship Program, Marine Corps Option, recipients. Capt. Thomas Abbott, the Executive Officer of Marine Corps Recruiting Station Springfield, Mass., presented Rutledge with a $150,000 scholarship during a high school awards ceremony June 11, 2014, at the school. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Richard Blumenstein.)
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Poolees compete in a tug-o-war match at the annual Sergeant Major's Cup field meet June 7 at Jones Beach in Wantagh, N.Y.
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Sgt. Ivan Livia, recruiter at Recruiting Substation Ridgewood, runs next to a poolee during the water jug relay at the annual Sergeant Major's Cup field meet at Jones Beach in Wantagh, N.Y., June 7.
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Poolees from each recruiting substation compete in a pull-up competition at the annual Sergeant Major's Cup field meet at Jones Beach in Wantagh, N.Y., June 7.
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Poolees compete in a tug-o-war match at the annual Sergeant Major's Cup field meet June 7 at Jones Beach in Wantagh, N.Y.
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HAVERHILL, Mass. – Sgt. Bryan G. Lett, the marketing and public affairs specialist for Marine Corps Recruiting Station Portsmouth, speaks to the 2014 graduating class of Haverhill High School June 4.  Lett congratulated the graduates on their accomplishment and wished them good luck on their future endeavors. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Daniel E. Valle)
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Michael Johnson, a resident of Tolland, Conn., and recent graduate of Tolland High School, is one of this year’s Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps Scholarship Program, Marine Corps Option, recipients. Capt. Thomas Abbott, the Executive Officer of Marine Corps Recruiting Station Springfield, Mass., presented Johnson with a $150,000 scholarship during a high school awards ceremony June 3, 2014, at the school. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Richard Blumenstein.)
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Maj. Alexander E. Gilbert, the assistant logistics officer with 1st Marine Corps District, salutes as the national anthem is played during his retirement ceremony May 30. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Capt. Timothy Irish).
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Private First Class Tony R. Fantoli, a 19-year-old Windham, Connecticut, native, poses for a photo inside the Putnam Recruiting Office May 22, 2014. Fantoli graduated boot camp March 19, and is currently working on recruiters’ assistance awaiting the start of his military occupational school. (Official Marine Corps Photo by Sgt. Richard Blumenstein)
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Private First Class Tony R. Fantoli, a 19-year-old Windham, Connecticut, native, poses for a photo inside the Putnam Recruiting Office May 22, 2014. Fantoli graduated boot camp March 19, and is currently working on recruiters’ assistance awaiting the start of his military occupational school. (Official Marine Corps Photo by Sgt. Richard Blumenstein)
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First Lieutenant David Leapheart, a native from Midland, Mich., speaks to the attendees, faculty and his fellow graduates as the student speaker, of which he was nominated for by his peers, during the New York University School of Law Convocation at Madison Square Garden on 22 May. Leapheart was commissioned as a second lieutentant in the Marine Corps after completing ten weeks of rigorous training at Officer Candidate School in Quantico, Va., just weeks before he began studying law at NYU. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt Caleb Gomez)
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First Lieutenant David Leapheart, a native from Midland, Mich., speaks to the attendees, faculty and his fellow graduates as the student speaker, of which he was nominated for by his peers, during the New York University School of Law Convocation at Madison Square Garden on 22 May. Leapheart was commissioned as a second lieutentant in the Marine Corps after completing ten weeks of rigorous training at Officer Candidate School in Quantico, Va., just weeks before he began studying law at NYU. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt Caleb Gomez)
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NEW YORK— Boy scouts execute lunges during a physical fitness session ran by U.S. Sailors, U.S. Marines and the U.S. Coast Guard in Bowling Green park, May 23.  The Boy Scout’s PT is one of many community relations events that took place during Fleet week New York City 2014. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Brandon Thomas)
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