Recruiting Station Albany

 

Recruiting Station Albany

1st Marine Corps District

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Marines with Recruiting Station Albany, NY, motivate athletes of the Troy High School football team through a circuit course at the school’s football field in Troy, NY, Tuesday, July 21, 2015. The circuit course was the concluding exercise in a leadership seminar the Marines conducted for the football team.
Troy High School Leadership Seminar
Marines with Recruiting Station Albany, NY, motivate athletes of the Troy High School football team through a circuit course at the school’s football field in Troy, NY, Tuesday, July 21, 2015. The circuit course was the concluding exercise in a leadership seminar the Marines conducted for the football team.
Marines with Recruiting Station Albany, NY, motivate athletes of the Troy High School football team through a circuit course at the school’s football field in Troy, NY, Tuesday, July 21, 2015. The circuit course was the concluding exercise in a leadership seminar the Marines conducted for the football team.
Troy High School Leadership Seminar
Marines with Recruiting Station Albany, NY, motivate athletes of the Troy High School football team through a circuit course at the school’s football field in Troy, NY, Tuesday, July 21, 2015. The circuit course was the concluding exercise in a leadership seminar the Marines conducted for the football team.
Marines with Recruiting Station Albany, NY, motivate athletes of the Troy High School football team through a circuit course at the school’s football field in Troy, NY, Tuesday, July 21, 2015. The circuit course was the concluding exercise in a leadership seminar the Marines conducted for the football team.
Troy High School Leadership Seminar
Marines with Recruiting Station Albany, NY, motivate athletes of the Troy High School football team through a circuit course at the school’s football field in Troy, NY, Tuesday, July 21, 2015. The circuit course was the concluding exercise in a leadership seminar the Marines conducted for the football team.
Joshua Laramie (second to the left) receives his Naval Reserve Officers’ Training Corps scholarship worth $180,000 before an approximate crowd of 5,000 at Joseph L. Bruno Stadium in Troy, NY, Saturday, July 4th, 2015. Laramie is a sophomore enrolled in Ohio State University, native of Bethlehem, NY, and an aspiring Marine Corps F-35B Lightning II or AV-8B Harrier II pilot.
OSU Buckeye, Scholar, Aspiring Marine – Joshua Laramie
Joshua Laramie (second to the left) receives his Naval Reserve Officers’ Training Corps scholarship worth $180,000 before an approximate crowd of 5,000 at Joseph L. Bruno Stadium in Troy, NY, Saturday, July 4th, 2015. Laramie is a sophomore enrolled in Ohio State University, native of Bethlehem, NY, and an aspiring Marine Corps F-35B Lightning II or AV-8B Harrier II pilot.
Gunnery Sgt. Anderson Olmos (center), SNCOIC of RSS Peekskill, received a Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal from Maj. Gen. Mark A. Brilakis (left), the Commanding General of Marine Corps Recruiting Command, Aug. 26, 2014. Olmos was identified for recognition by RS Albany's Commanding Officer, Maj. Mastin M. Robeson.
For Exemplary Service
Gunnery Sgt. Anderson Olmos (center), SNCOIC of RSS Peekskill, received a Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal from Maj. Gen. Mark A. Brilakis (left), the Commanding General of Marine Corps Recruiting Command, Aug. 26, 2014. Olmos was identified for recognition by RS Albany's Commanding Officer, Maj. Mastin M. Robeson.
Michael Landry (center) was presented a check at the start of the Aug. 21, 2014 game between the Tri-City Valleycats and the Vermont Lake Monsters, for being awarded an NROTC scholarship from Recruiting Station Albany. Also on hand for the presentation were Capt. Luis Murillo (left), RS Albany executive officer, and Maj. Mastin M. Robeson Jr., RS Albany commanding officer, as well as Landry's parents and the Valleycats mascot.
Valleycats NROTC Scholarship Presentation
Michael Landry (center) was presented a check at the start of the Aug. 21, 2014 game between the Tri-City Valleycats and the Vermont Lake Monsters, for being awarded an NROTC scholarship from Recruiting Station Albany. Also on hand for the presentation were Capt. Luis Murillo (left), RS Albany executive officer, and Maj. Mastin M. Robeson Jr., RS Albany commanding officer, as well as Landry's parents and the Valleycats mascot.
Albany Marines Welcome New Commanding Officer
Watervliet, N.Y. – June 19, 2014 -- Maj. Mastin M. Robeson, Jr., takes command of Marine Corps Recruiting Station Albany from outgoing commanding officer Maj. Matthew T. Milburn, as RS Sergeant Major, Sgt. Maj. John D. Calhoun salutes. (Marine Corps Photo by Staff Sgt. Josh H. Hauser)
Sergeant Maj. John D. Calhoun, Recruiting Station Albany Sergeant Major, assumes responsibility as the command's senior enlisted advisor from RS Albany Commanding Officer, Maj. Matthew T. Milburn, during a Relief and Appointment ceremony Jan. 31 at Watervliet, N.Y.
RS Albany Welcomes New Senior Enlisted
Sergeant Maj. John D. Calhoun, Recruiting Station Albany Sergeant Major, assumes responsibility as the command's senior enlisted advisor from RS Albany Commanding Officer, Maj. Matthew T. Milburn, during a Relief and Appointment ceremony Jan. 31 at Watervliet, N.Y.
MORRISVILLE, NY, (June 24, 2013)— Sergeant Adam T. Leyendecker, the marketing and public affairs Marine at Recruiting Station Buffalo, NY, leads his group of boys in a set of push-ups during the annual New York American Legion Boy's State at the State University of New York, Morrisville, June 24, 2013.
Leyendecker, a 26-year-old native of Rochester, Minn., also attended Boy's State in 2012. 
Boy's State is a week-long civics and government camp for incoming high school seniors sponsored by the American Legion designed to give participants a better understanding of American governance and introduce them to the Marine Corps. 
Marines from RS Albany, RS New York, and RS Buffalo, volunteer their time to assist the American Legion during Boy's State each year. The Marines teach their boys basic drill and ceremony, physical fitness, and Marine Corps ethics. (Official Marine Corps Photo by Sgt Timothy T. Parish)(RELEASED)
MORRISVILLE, NY, (June 24, 2013)— Sergeant Adam T. Leyendecker, the marketing and public affairs Marine at Recruiting Station Buffalo, NY, leads his group of boys in a set of push-ups during the annual New York American Legion Boy's State at the State University of New York, Morrisville, June 24, 2013. Leyendecker, a 26-year-old native of Rochester, Minn., also attended Boy's State in 2012. Boy's State is a week-long civics and government camp for incoming high school seniors sponsored by the American Legion designed to give participants a better understanding of American governance and introduce them to the Marine Corps. Marines from RS Albany, RS New York, and RS Buffalo, volunteer their time to assist the American Legion during Boy's State each year. The Marines teach their boys basic drill and ceremony, physical fitness, and Marine Corps ethics. (Official Marine Corps Photo by Sgt Timothy T. Parish)(RELEASED)
MORRISVILLE, NY, (June 24, 2013)—Cpl Richard Marko III, a recruiter at Recruiting Substation Utica, NY, leads his formation of boys at the annual New York American Legion Boy's State at the State University of New York, Morrisville, June 24, 2013.
Marko, a native of Newport, NY and 2009 graduate of West Canada High School, is a 2008 Boy's State alum. After attending Boy's State, Marko decided to enlist in the Marine Corps Reserves, forgoing an ROTC scholarship for a stint in the Marines as an aircraft maintenance administration specialist. 
Boy's State is a week-long civics and government camp for incoming high school seniors sponsored by the American Legion designed to give participants a better understanding of American governance and introduce them to the Marine Corps. 
Marines from RS Albany, RS New York, and RS Buffalo, volunteer their time to assist the American Legion during Boy's State each year. The Marines teach their boys basic drill and ceremony, physical fitness, and Marine Corps ethics. (Official Marine Corps Photo by Sgt Timothy T. Parish)(RELEASED)
MORRISVILLE, NY, (June 24, 2013)—Cpl Richard Marko III, a recruiter at Recruiting Substation Utica, NY, leads his formation of boys at the annual New York American Legion Boy's State at the State University of New York, Morrisville, June 24, 2013. Marko, a native of Newport, NY and 2009 graduate of West Canada High School, is a 2008 Boy's State alum. After attending Boy's State, Marko decided to enlist in the Marine Corps Reserves, forgoing an ROTC scholarship for a stint in the Marines as an aircraft maintenance administration specialist. Boy's State is a week-long civics and government camp for incoming high school seniors sponsored by the American Legion designed to give participants a better understanding of American governance and introduce them to the Marine Corps. Marines from RS Albany, RS New York, and RS Buffalo, volunteer their time to assist the American Legion during Boy's State each year. The Marines teach their boys basic drill and ceremony, physical fitness, and Marine Corps ethics. (Official Marine Corps Photo by Sgt Timothy T. Parish)(RELEASED)
MORRISVILLE, NY, (June 24, 2013)—Cpl Richard Marko III, a recruiter at Recruiting Substation Utica, NY, leads his formation of boys at the annual New York American Legion Boy's State at the State University of New York, Morrisville, June 24, 2013.
Marko, a native of Newport, NY and 2009 graduate of West Canada High School, is a 2008 Boy's State alum. After attending Boy's State, Marko decided to enlist in the Marine Corps Reserves, forgoing an ROTC scholarship for a stint in the Marines as an aircraft maintenance administration specialist.  
Boy's State is a week-long civics and government camp for incoming high school seniors sponsored by the American Legion designed to give participants a better understanding of American governance and introduce them to the Marine Corps. 
Marines from RS Albany, RS New York, and RS Buffalo, volunteer their time to assist the American Legion during Boy's State each year. The Marines teach their boys basic drill and ceremony, physical fitness, and Marine Corps ethics. (Official Marine Corps Photo by Sgt Timothy T. Parish)(RELEASED)
MORRISVILLE, NY, (June 24, 2013)—Cpl Richard Marko III, a recruiter at Recruiting Substation Utica, NY, leads his formation of boys at the annual New York American Legion Boy's State at the State University of New York, Morrisville, June 24, 2013. Marko, a native of Newport, NY and 2009 graduate of West Canada High School, is a 2008 Boy's State alum. After attending Boy's State, Marko decided to enlist in the Marine Corps Reserves, forgoing an ROTC scholarship for a stint in the Marines as an aircraft maintenance administration specialist. Boy's State is a week-long civics and government camp for incoming high school seniors sponsored by the American Legion designed to give participants a better understanding of American governance and introduce them to the Marine Corps. Marines from RS Albany, RS New York, and RS Buffalo, volunteer their time to assist the American Legion during Boy's State each year. The Marines teach their boys basic drill and ceremony, physical fitness, and Marine Corps ethics. (Official Marine Corps Photo by Sgt Timothy T. Parish)(RELEASED)
MORRISVILLE, NY, (June 28, 2013)—Cpl Richard Marko III, a recruiter at Recruiting Substation Utica, NY, speaks to a group of boys about life in the Marine Corps at the annual New York American Legion Boy's State at the State University of New York, Morrisville, June 28, 2013. 
Marko, a native of Newport, NY and 2009 graduate of West Canada High School, is a 2008 Boy's State alum. After attending Boy's State, Marko decided to enlist in the Marine Corps Reserves, forgoing an ROTC scholarship for a stint in the Marines as an aircraft maintenance administration specialist.
Boy's State is a week-long civics and government camp for incoming high school seniors sponsored by the American Legion designed to give participants a better understanding of American governance and introduce them to the Marine Corps. 
Marines from RS Albany, RS New York, and RS Buffalo, volunteer their time to assist the American Legion during Boy's State each year. The Marines teach their boys basic drill and ceremony, physical fitness, and Marine Corps ethics. (Official Marine Corps Photo by Sgt Timothy T. Parish)(RELEASED)
MORRISVILLE, NY, (June 28, 2013)—Cpl Richard Marko III, a recruiter at Recruiting Substation Utica, NY, speaks to a group of boys about life in the Marine Corps at the annual New York American Legion Boy's State at the State University of New York, Morrisville, June 28, 2013. Marko, a native of Newport, NY and 2009 graduate of West Canada High School, is a 2008 Boy's State alum. After attending Boy's State, Marko decided to enlist in the Marine Corps Reserves, forgoing an ROTC scholarship for a stint in the Marines as an aircraft maintenance administration specialist. Boy's State is a week-long civics and government camp for incoming high school seniors sponsored by the American Legion designed to give participants a better understanding of American governance and introduce them to the Marine Corps. Marines from RS Albany, RS New York, and RS Buffalo, volunteer their time to assist the American Legion during Boy's State each year. The Marines teach their boys basic drill and ceremony, physical fitness, and Marine Corps ethics. (Official Marine Corps Photo by Sgt Timothy T. Parish)(RELEASED)
MORRISVILLE, NY, (June 28, 2013)— Sergeant Adam T. Leyendecker, the marketing and public affairs Marine at Recruiting Station Buffalo, NY, spends a few minutes with his group of boys before the graduation ceremony during the annual New York American Legion Boy's State at the State University of New York, Morrisville, June 28, 2013.
Leyendecker, a 26-year-old native of Rochester, Minn., also attended Boy's State in 2012. 
Boy's State is a week-long civics and government camp for incoming high school seniors sponsored by the American Legion designed to give participants a better understanding of American governance and introduce them to the Marine Corps. 
Marines from RS Albany, RS New York, and RS Buffalo, volunteer their time to assist the American Legion during Boy's State each year. The Marines teach their boys basic drill and ceremony, physical fitness, and Marine Corps ethics. (Official Marine Corps Photo by Sgt Timothy T. Parish)(RELEASED)
MORRISVILLE, NY, (June 28, 2013)— Sergeant Adam T. Leyendecker, the marketing and public affairs Marine at Recruiting Station Buffalo, NY, spends a few minutes with his group of boys before the graduation ceremony during the annual New York American Legion Boy's State at the State University of New York, Morrisville, June 28, 2013. Leyendecker, a 26-year-old native of Rochester, Minn., also attended Boy's State in 2012. Boy's State is a week-long civics and government camp for incoming high school seniors sponsored by the American Legion designed to give participants a better understanding of American governance and introduce them to the Marine Corps. Marines from RS Albany, RS New York, and RS Buffalo, volunteer their time to assist the American Legion during Boy's State each year. The Marines teach their boys basic drill and ceremony, physical fitness, and Marine Corps ethics. (Official Marine Corps Photo by Sgt Timothy T. Parish)(RELEASED)
MORRISVILLE, NY, (June 28, 2013)—Cpl Richard Marko III, a recruiter at Recruiting Substation Utica, NY, poses for a picture during the annual New York American Legion Boy's State at the State University of New York, Morrisville, June 28, 2013. Marko, a native of Newport, NY and 2009 graduate of West Canada High School, is a 2008 Boy's State alum. After attending Boy's State, Marko decided to enlist in the Marine Corps Reserves, forgoing an ROTC scholarship for a stint in the Marines as an aircraft maintenance administration specialist.
Boy's State is a week-long civics and government camp for incoming high school seniors sponsored by the American Legion designed to give participants a better understanding of American governance and introduce them to the Marine Corps. 
Marines from RS Albany, RS New York, and RS Buffalo, volunteer their time to assist the American Legion during Boy's State each year. The Marines teach their boys basic drill and ceremony, physical fitness, and Marine Corps ethics. (Official Marine Corps Photo by Sgt Timothy T. Parish)(RELEASED)
MORRISVILLE, NY, (June 28, 2013)—Cpl Richard Marko III, a recruiter at Recruiting Substation Utica, NY, poses for a picture during the annual New York American Legion Boy's State at the State University of New York, Morrisville, June 28, 2013. Marko, a native of Newport, NY and 2009 graduate of West Canada High School, is a 2008 Boy's State alum. After attending Boy's State, Marko decided to enlist in the Marine Corps Reserves, forgoing an ROTC scholarship for a stint in the Marines as an aircraft maintenance administration specialist. Boy's State is a week-long civics and government camp for incoming high school seniors sponsored by the American Legion designed to give participants a better understanding of American governance and introduce them to the Marine Corps. Marines from RS Albany, RS New York, and RS Buffalo, volunteer their time to assist the American Legion during Boy's State each year. The Marines teach their boys basic drill and ceremony, physical fitness, and Marine Corps ethics. (Official Marine Corps Photo by Sgt Timothy T. Parish)(RELEASED)
MORRISVILLE, NY, (June 28, 2013)—Cpl Richard Marko III, a recruiter at Recruiting Substation Utica, NY, reviews his formation of boys for proper cover and alignment at the annual New York American Legion Boy's State at the State University of New York, Morrisville, June 28, 2013.
Marko, a native of Newport, NY and 2009 graduate of West Canada High School, is a 2008 Boy's State alum. After attending Boy's State, Marko decided to enlist in the Marine Corps Reserves, forgoing an ROTC scholarship for a stint in the Marines as an aircraft maintenance administration specialist.
Boy's State is a week-long civics and government camp for incoming high school seniors sponsored by the American Legion designed to give participants a better understanding of American governance and introduce them to the Marine Corps. 
Marines from RS Albany, RS New York, and RS Buffalo, volunteer their time to assist the American Legion during Boy's State each year. The Marines teach their boys basic drill and ceremony, physical fitness, and Marine Corps ethics. (Official Marine Corps Photo by Sgt Timothy T. Parish)(RELEASED)
MORRISVILLE, NY, (June 28, 2013)—Cpl Richard Marko III, a recruiter at Recruiting Substation Utica, NY, reviews his formation of boys for proper cover and alignment at the annual New York American Legion Boy's State at the State University of New York, Morrisville, June 28, 2013. Marko, a native of Newport, NY and 2009 graduate of West Canada High School, is a 2008 Boy's State alum. After attending Boy's State, Marko decided to enlist in the Marine Corps Reserves, forgoing an ROTC scholarship for a stint in the Marines as an aircraft maintenance administration specialist. Boy's State is a week-long civics and government camp for incoming high school seniors sponsored by the American Legion designed to give participants a better understanding of American governance and introduce them to the Marine Corps. Marines from RS Albany, RS New York, and RS Buffalo, volunteer their time to assist the American Legion during Boy's State each year. The Marines teach their boys basic drill and ceremony, physical fitness, and Marine Corps ethics. (Official Marine Corps Photo by Sgt Timothy T. Parish)(RELEASED)
MALTA, NY, (May 17, 2013)—Lance Cpl Taylor Janis, an infantryman with Company E, 4th Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion, based in Syracuse, NY, watches a race with 8-year-old Matthew Sleight at the Albany Saratoga Speedway, May 17, 2013. Janis, a native of Ballston Spa, NY, was being honored by the Speedway for his actions to help save the lives of several children, including Matthew Sleight, injured during a car accident in Amsterdam, NY, in March 2013. (Official Marine Corps Photo by Sgt Timothy T. Parish)(RELEASED)
MALTA, NY, (May 17, 2013)—Lance Cpl Taylor Janis, an infantryman with Company E, 4th Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion, based in Syracuse, NY, stands trackside at the Albany Saratoga Speedway, May 17, 2013. Janis, a native of Ballston Spa, NY, was being honored by the Speedway for his actions to help save the lives of several children injured during a car accident in Amsterdam, NY, in March 2013. (Official Marine Corps Photo by Sgt Timothy T. Parish)(RELEASED)
MALTA, NY, (May 17, 2013)—Lance Cpl Taylor Janis, an infantryman with Company E, 4th Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion, based in Syracuse, NY, poses for pictures with 8-year-old Matthew Sleight at the Albany Saratoga Speedway, May 17, 2013. Janis, a native of Ballston Spa, NY, was being honored by the Speedway for his actions to help save the lives of several children, including Matthew Sleight, injured during a car accident in Amsterdam, NY, in March 2013. (Official Marine Corps Photo by Sgt Timothy T. Parish)(RELEASED)
MALTA, NY, (May 17, 2013)—Lance Cpl Taylor Janis, an infantryman with Company E, 4th Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion, based in Syracuse, NY, stands trackside with his parents, James and Mary Jo, at the Albany Saratoga Speedway, May 17, 2013. Janis, a native of Ballston Spa, NY, was being honored by the Speedway for his actions to help save the lives of several children injured during a car accident in Amsterdam, NY, in March 2013. (Official Marine Corps Photo by Sgt Timothy T. Parish)(RELEASED)
MALTA, NY, (May 17, 2013)—Marines assigned to Company E, 4th Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion, based in Syracuse, NY, stand on the racetrack at the Albany Saratoga Speedway before the playing of the National Anthem, May 17, 2013. Lance Cpl Taylor Janis (right) stands with 1st Sgt Lashaun L. Benjamin (left) and Maj Jared A. Laurin (center). Janis, a native of Ballston Spa, NY, was honored by the Speedway for his actions to help save the lives of several children injured during a car accident in Amsterdam, NY, in March 2013. (Official Marine Corps Photo by Sgt Timothy T. Parish)(RELEASED)
Colonel Laura Little, commanding officer, Marine Corps Network Operations and Security Center , speaks to students at Maine-Endwell High School during a visit for the 7th annual Maine-Endwell School District's Graduate of Distinction Ceremony, April 27, 2012.  
Little was honored for her professional success since graduating from Maine-Endwell High School in 1982, including her career as a Marine Corps Officer since commissioning as a second lieutenant in 1986.
Colonel Laura Little, commanding officer, Marine Corps Network Operations and Security Center , speaks to students at Maine-Endwell High School during a visit for the 7th annual Maine-Endwell School District's Graduate of Distinction Ceremony, April 27, 2012. Little was honored for her professional success since graduating from Maine-Endwell High School in 1982, including her career as a Marine Corps Officer since commissioning as a second lieutenant in 1986.
Colonel D.G. Goulet, commanding officer, 1st Marine Corps District, congratulates Maj. Daniel M. Whitley for exceptional service as commanding officer of Recruiting Station Albany during a change of command ceremony, June 10. Whitley relinquished command to Maj. Matthew T. Milburn, marking the end of Whitley's three-year tenure at the helm of RS Albany.
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OSU Buckeye, Scholar, Aspiring Marine – Joshua Laramie July 14, 2015 — Recognition is always on Joshua Laramie’s backburner. As he received his Naval Reserve Officers’ Training Corps scholarship worth $180,000, before acrowd of about 5,000 people at Joseph L. Bruno Stadium in Troy, New York, July 4th, 2015, his focus remained on the true prize. MORE
Albany Marines welcome new commanding officer June 23, 2014 — WATERVLIET, NY (June 19, 2014) – Marine Corps Recruiting Station Albany is welcoming its new commanding officer, after a change of command ceremony at the Watervliet Arsenal today. Major Mastin M. Robeson, Jr., a native of Fort Belvoir, Va., took the reins from outgoing commanding officer, Maj. Matthew T. Milburn.Robeson, who comes to Albany from MORE
Binghamton current, future Marines run to remember fallen April 1, 2014 — BINGHAMTON, N.Y. - The Marines and poolees of Recruiting Substation Binghamton, Recruiting Station Albany are helping keep the memory of a fallen Marine alive. MORE
Marine nabs holiday scrooge in Albany December 19, 2013 — ALBANY, N.Y. – Marine Private First Class Noah J. McKnight is being hailed for his role in helping stop a shoplifter at Colonie Center Mall Dec. 19. MORE
Marines, American Legion partner to instill discipline, mentor New York boys July 18, 2013 — July 2, 2013 -- STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK MORRISVILLE, N.Y. -- The annual American Legion Boy’s State of New York gathers around 1,200 promising young men each year at the State University of New York, Morrisville, to learn about the basics of American governance and civic responsibility.Each year, Marines from across New York -all members of MORE
Maine-Endwell High School Graduate Honored For Service As Marine June 7, 2013 — ENDWELL, N.Y., (April 27, 2012) – New York State’s Maine-Endwell School District honored several of their alumni recently at their 7th annual Graduate of Distinction ceremony, including the commander of the Marine Corps Network Operations and Security Center (MCNOSC). MORE

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