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Recruiting Station New York

1st Marine Corps District

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Sgt. Maj. Curtis Rice motivates the enlistees of Marine Corps Recruiting Station New York during the Sergeant Major’s Cup at Jones Beach, N.Y., Saturday, June 13, 2015. The cup is an annual event that pits the enlistees of 14 recruiting substation of New York City and Long Island against each other in physical competitions. Rice is the sergeant major for RS New York.
Sergeant Major's Cup 2015
Sgt. Maj. Curtis Rice motivates the enlistees of Marine Corps Recruiting Station New York during the Sergeant Major’s Cup at Jones Beach, N.Y., Saturday, June 13, 2015. The cup is an annual event that pits the enlistees of 14 recruiting substation of New York City and Long Island against each other in physical competitions. Rice is the sergeant major for RS New York.
Sgt. Kenny Chang marches the boys of Boys’ State New York Program at the State University of New York, Morrisville, N.Y., Tuesday, June 30, 2015. Boys' State is a weeklong program consisting of approximately 1,100 high school male juniors who come together to make a faux government body with other males throughout New York state.
Boys' State New York Program 2015
Sgt. Kenny Chang marches the boys of Boys’ State New York Program at the State University of New York, Morrisville, N.Y., Tuesday, June 30, 2015. Boys' State is a weeklong program consisting of approximately 1,100 high school male juniors who come together to make a faux government body with other males throughout New York state.
Enlistees of Marine Corps Recruiting Station New York rope pull a military Humvee during the Sergeant Major’s Cup at Jones Beach, N.Y., Saturday, June 13, 2015. The cup is an annual event that pits the enlistees of 14 recruiting substation of New York City and Long Island against each other in physical competitions.
Sergeant Major's Cup 2015
Enlistees of Marine Corps Recruiting Station New York rope pull a military Humvee during the Sergeant Major’s Cup at Jones Beach, N.Y., Saturday, June 13, 2015. The cup is an annual event that pits the enlistees of 14 recruiting substation of New York City and Long Island against each other in physical competitions.
Enlistees of Marine Corps Recruiting Station New York compete in Tug-o-War during the Sergeant Major’s Cup at Jones Beach, N.Y., Saturday, June 13, 2015. The cup is an annual event that pits the enlistees of 14 recruiting substation of New York City and Long Island against each other in physical competitions.
Sergeant Major's Cup 2015
Enlistees of Marine Corps Recruiting Station New York compete in Tug-o-War during the Sergeant Major’s Cup at Jones Beach, N.Y., Saturday, June 13, 2015. The cup is an annual event that pits the enlistees of 14 recruiting substation of New York City and Long Island against each other in physical competitions.
Sgt. Marco Velarde acts out answering media questions in the press conference room prior to the Military Softball Classic at Citi Field, New York, N.Y., Thursday, June 11, 2015. Marines, Sailors, Soldiers, Airmen and Coast Guardsmen came out to the first Military Softball Classic to have some fun with family and friends as well as with other military branches. Velarde is a recruiter with Recruiting Station New York and is a native of Los Angeles, Calif.
Marine, Coast Guard Team win NY Mets’ First Military Softball Competition
Sgt. Marco Velarde acts out answering media questions in the press conference room prior to the Military Softball Classic at Citi Field, New York, N.Y., Thursday, June 11, 2015. Marines, Sailors, Soldiers, Airmen and Coast Guardsmen came out to the first Military Softball Classic to have some fun with family and friends as well as with other military branches. Velarde is a recruiter with Recruiting Station New York and is a native of Los Angeles, Calif.
The Marines from Marine Corps Recruiting Substation Brooklyn pose for a photo with three of the original Montford Point Marines. Numerous Montford Point Marines spoke to the Marines of Recruiting Station New York about their experiences at the Bethpage Community Park Feb. 27. The Montford Point Marines fought two wars, one abroad and one at home. While they fought for freedom overseas, they returned home to a nation that was separate and unequal. Breaking through racial barriers, they transformed the face of the Marine Corps.
Montford Point Marines
The Marines from Marine Corps Recruiting Substation Brooklyn pose for a photo with three of the original Montford Point Marines. Numerous Montford Point Marines spoke to the Marines of Recruiting Station New York about their experiences at the Bethpage Community Park Feb. 27. The Montford Point Marines fought two wars, one abroad and one at home. While they fought for freedom overseas, they returned home to a nation that was separate and unequal. Breaking through racial barriers, they transformed the face of the Marine Corps.
Four of the original Montford Point Marines spoke to the Marines of Recruiting Station New York about their experiences at the Bethpage Community Park Feb. 27. The Montford Point Marines fought two wars, one abroad and one at home. While they fought for freedom overseas, they returned home to a nation that was separate and unequal. Breaking through racial barriers, they transformed the face of the Marine Corps.
Montford Point Marines
Four of the original Montford Point Marines spoke to the Marines of Recruiting Station New York about their experiences at the Bethpage Community Park Feb. 27. The Montford Point Marines fought two wars, one abroad and one at home. While they fought for freedom overseas, they returned home to a nation that was separate and unequal. Breaking through racial barriers, they transformed the face of the Marine Corps.
Staff Sgt. Luis Parreno, staff noncommissioned officer-in-charge of Marine Corps Recruiting Substation Ridgewood, speaks with educators from his area of operations about military options during a post-secondary education planning conference with Children First Network 201 at Brooklyn Technical High School on Dec. 11.
Post-secondary education planning conference
Staff Sgt. Luis Parreno, staff noncommissioned officer-in-charge of Marine Corps Recruiting Substation Ridgewood, speaks with educators from his area of operations about military options during a post-secondary education planning conference with Children First Network 201 at Brooklyn Technical High School on Dec. 11.
(From left to right) Dr. Jeffery Woodberry, principal of Half Hollow Hills East High School, Rob Mora, a participant in last year's Inaugural Dan Daly Cup, and Staff Sgt. Henry Zapata, recruiter with Recruiting Substation Lindenhurst, pose for a photo with the Dan Daly Cup trophy. The cup will be showcased in each of the schools of the players from the winning team, Team Valor. It will be located at Half Hollow Hill East High School until Jan. 5.
Dan Daly Cup showcased at Half Hollow Hills East High School
(From left to right) Dr. Jeffery Woodberry, principal of Half Hollow Hills East High School, Rob Mora, a participant in last year's Inaugural Dan Daly Cup, and Staff Sgt. Henry Zapata, recruiter with Recruiting Substation Lindenhurst, pose for a photo with the Dan Daly Cup trophy. The cup will be showcased in each of the schools of the players from the winning team, Team Valor. It will be located at Half Hollow Hill East High School until Jan. 5.
Austin Pinto, a senior at Connetquot High School, is presented the Dan Daly Cup trophy by Sgt. Eric Tirado, recruiter at Marine Corps Recruiting Substation Smithtown, at Connetquot High School Nov.18. Pinto represented his school in the Inaugural Dan Daly Cup all-star lacrosse game in June 2014. The trophy will be displayed in the high school from Nov. 18 until Dec. 1.
Connetquot High School presented Dan Daly Cup
Austin Pinto, a senior at Connetquot High School, is presented the Dan Daly Cup trophy by Sgt. Eric Tirado, recruiter at Marine Corps Recruiting Substation Smithtown, at Connetquot High School Nov.18. Pinto represented his school in the Inaugural Dan Daly Cup all-star lacrosse game in June 2014. The trophy will be displayed in the high school from Nov. 18 until Dec. 1.
(From left to right) Staff Sgt. Loc Le, a recruiter with Marine Corps Recruiting Station New York, 
Danny Dowsett, a senior at Eastport South Manor High School, and Cpl. Kristin Moreno, Marketing a Public Affairs Representative for RS New York, pose for a photo with the Dan Daly Cup trophy Dec. 1 before it is placed on display in the high school. Dowsett represented his school in the Inaugural Dan Daly Cup all-star lacrosse game in June 2014. The trophy will be displayed in the school until Dec. 15.
Eastport South Manor High School presented Dan Daly Cup
(From left to right) Staff Sgt. Loc Le, a recruiter with Marine Corps Recruiting Station New York, Danny Dowsett, a senior at Eastport South Manor High School, and Cpl. Kristin Moreno, Marketing a Public Affairs Representative for RS New York, pose for a photo with the Dan Daly Cup trophy Dec. 1 before it is placed on display in the high school. Dowsett represented his school in the Inaugural Dan Daly Cup all-star lacrosse game in June 2014. The trophy will be displayed in the school until Dec. 15.
Marine Corps Recruiting Substation Flatbush Marines pose for a photo with a couple of their family members during Recruiting Station New York's annual Family Day Aug. 30. This year's family day was held on Army Garrison Fort Hamilton in Brooklyn, N.Y.
Marine Corps Recruiting Substation Flatbush Marines pose for a photo with a couple of their family members during Recruiting Station New York's annual Family Day Aug. 30. This year's family day was held on Army Garrison Fort Hamilton in Brooklyn, N.Y.
Sgt. Maj. Rufino Mendez Jr. was retired after 30 years of service during a retirement and relief and appointment ceremony aboard the USS Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum in Manhattan Aug. 22.
Sgt. Maj. Rufino Mendez Jr. was retired after 30 years of service during a retirement and relief and appointment ceremony aboard the USS Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum in Manhattan Aug. 22.
Sgt. John Cosh receives a Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal from the Marine Corps Recruiting Command Commanding General, Maj. Gen. Mark A. Brilakis, during his visit to Recruiting Substation Smithtown June 25.
Sgt. John Cosh receives a Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal from the Marine Corps Recruiting Command Commanding General, Maj. Gen. Mark A. Brilakis, during his visit to Recruiting Substation Smithtown June 25.
Sgt. Jose Flores, recruiter at Recruiting Substation Patchogue, receives a Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal from Gen. James F. Amos, Commandant of the Marine Corps, during a visit to Recruiting Station New York June 13.
Sgt. Jose Flores, recruiter at Recruiting Substation Patchogue, receives a Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal from Gen. James F. Amos, Commandant of the Marine Corps, during a visit to Recruiting Station New York June 13.
Sgt. Julio Chicas, staff noncommissioned officer-in-charge of Recruiting Substation Jamaica, receives a Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal from Gen. James F. Amos, Commandant of the Marine Corps, during a visit to Recruiting Station New York June 13.
Sgt. Julio Chicas, staff noncommissioned officer-in-charge of Recruiting Substation Jamaica, receives a Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal from Gen. James F. Amos, Commandant of the Marine Corps, during a visit to Recruiting Station New York June 13.
A team Valor and team Virtue player sprint down the field in the inaugural Dan Daly Cup all-star lacrosse game at Glen Cove High School June 21. The Cup showcased some of Long Island's top high school junior lacrosse players.
Dan Daly Cup all-star lacrosse game
A team Valor and team Virtue player sprint down the field in the inaugural Dan Daly Cup all-star lacrosse game at Glen Cove High School June 21. The Cup showcased some of Long Island's top high school junior lacrosse players.
Glen Cove - Team Valor holds up the championship trophy after winning the game against team Virtue at the Inaugural Dan Daly Cup on June 21. The Dan Daly Cup is an all-star lacrosse game in honor of two time Medal of Honor recipient SgtMaj. Dan Daly. Recruiting Station New York partnered up with the city of Glen Cove and the New York Lizards to organize the game. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Caleb Gomez)
Inaugural Dan Daly Cup
Glen Cove - Team Valor holds up the championship trophy after winning the game against team Virtue at the Inaugural Dan Daly Cup on June 21. The Dan Daly Cup is an all-star lacrosse game in honor of two time Medal of Honor recipient SgtMaj. Dan Daly. Recruiting Station New York partnered up with the city of Glen Cove and the New York Lizards to organize the game. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Caleb Gomez)
The players competed in the Marine Corps Combat Fitness Test during the second day of training camp for the inaugural Dan Daly Cup at Mitchel Athletic Complex in Uniondale, N.Y., June 17. Following the CFT, they participated in a leadership seminar conducted by the Marine Corps and then drills with the coaches and New York Lizards. The Dan Daly Cup will take place at Glen Cove High School in Glen Cove, N.Y., at noon June 21. The Cup will showcase some of the top lacrosse players from across Long Island.
Second day of Dan Daly Cup training camp encourages perseverance, leadership
The players competed in the Marine Corps Combat Fitness Test during the second day of training camp for the inaugural Dan Daly Cup at Mitchel Athletic Complex in Uniondale, N.Y., June 17. Following the CFT, they participated in a leadership seminar conducted by the Marine Corps and then drills with the coaches and New York Lizards. The Dan Daly Cup will take place at Glen Cove High School in Glen Cove, N.Y., at noon June 21. The Cup will showcase some of the top lacrosse players from across Long Island.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
A group photo is taken with homeowner Cathy Gaffney, a native of Staten Island, Caleb Porter, a native of Staten Island and member of the AmeriCorps Habitat for Humanity, NYC, and service-members that assisted in the repairing of Cathy's house which was hit by Hurricane Sandy in 2012. "It’s amazing the work that they have done for me, I feel so lucky and so blessed, I wish there was a way I could repay them," stated Cathy, "I will never forget the faces of the service-members that gave up their time to help me and my husband, repair the damages caused by the storm." The service-members volunteered their time during Fleet Week NYC, to help in just one of many of the events that will be going on throughout the week in the greater NYC area. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Caleb Gomez)
Nassau County Girl Scouts
GARDEN CITY, N.Y. - Marines from the 1st Marine Corps District, Recruiting Station New York and 2nd Battalion, 25th Marine Regiment speak to Nassau County Girl Scouts May 1 at the 1MCD headquarters. The Girl Scouts donated and helped load cookies for the Marines. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Brandon Thomas).
Sgt. Marco Velarde, a Marine recruiter at Recruiting Substation Smithtown, Recruiting Station New York, holds the corner of the flag during an unfurling at the New York Mets season opener game against the Washington Nationals at Citi Field March 31.
New York Mets season opener at Citi Field
Sgt. Marco Velarde, a Marine recruiter at Recruiting Substation Smithtown, Recruiting Station New York, holds the corner of the flag during an unfurling at the New York Mets season opener game against the Washington Nationals at Citi Field March 31.
Assistant Commandant of the Marine Corps, Gen. John M. Paxton Jr., speaks to Col. J. J. Dill, the commanding officer of 1st Marine Corps District, and Maj. Robert M. Jones, the CO of Recruiting Station New York, during his visit to Officer Selection Office Manhattan on March 21.  With Dill and Jones are Sgt. Maj. Charlie Mendez, RS NYK sergeant major, and Master Gunnery Sgt. Theodore J. Grell, 1MCD contact team chief.
Assistant Commandant of the Marine Corps visits 1MCD
Assistant Commandant of the Marine Corps, Gen. John M. Paxton Jr., speaks to Col. J. J. Dill, the commanding officer of 1st Marine Corps District, and Maj. Robert M. Jones, the CO of Recruiting Station New York, during his visit to Officer Selection Office Manhattan on March 21. With Dill and Jones are Sgt. Maj. Charlie Mendez, RS NYK sergeant major, and Master Gunnery Sgt. Theodore J. Grell, 1MCD contact team chief.
SYOSSET, N.Y. - A. J. Belloco, a music student at Syosset High School, plays with the Marine Corps Jazz Ensemble on March 3 at Syosset High School.  The Marine Corps Jazz Ensemble is performing at several high schools and universities in the Greater New York City and Boston areas with exceptional music programs to promote the Corps’ Musician Enlistment Option Program.  (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Brandon Thomas).
Marine Corps Jazz Ensemble performs at Syosset High School
SYOSSET, N.Y. - A. J. Belloco, a music student at Syosset High School, plays with the Marine Corps Jazz Ensemble on March 3 at Syosset High School. The Marine Corps Jazz Ensemble is performing at several high schools and universities in the Greater New York City and Boston areas with exceptional music programs to promote the Corps’ Musician Enlistment Option Program. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Brandon Thomas).
NEW YORK - Michael Mossman, director of music at Queens College, is presented a picture signed by the members of the Marine Corps Jazz Ensemble on March 5 at Queens College’s Aaron Copland School of Music.  The Marine Corps Jazz Ensemble is touring the 1st Marine Corps District’s area of operations to spread knowledge of the Marine Corps’ Musician Enlistment Option Program.  (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Brandon Thomas).
NEW YORK - Michael Mossman, director of music at Queens College, is presented a picture signed by the members of the Marine Corps Jazz Ensemble on March 5 at Queens College’s Aaron Copland School of Music. The Marine Corps Jazz Ensemble is touring the 1st Marine Corps District’s area of operations to spread knowledge of the Marine Corps’ Musician Enlistment Option Program. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Brandon Thomas).
NEW YORK - Sgt. Rasheem Thomas poses for a photo with Joe Kinkade, the man he rescued after the Harlem gas leak explosion March 12, at the Marine Corps - Law Enforcement Foundation Annual Gala at the Waldorf Astoria on March 20. This was the first time Thomas has seen Kinkade since the incident.  (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Kristin E. Moreno).
Marine, New York City native rescues man after deadly gas explosion
NEW YORK - Sgt. Rasheem Thomas poses for a photo with Joe Kinkade, the man he rescued after the Harlem gas leak explosion March 12, at the Marine Corps - Law Enforcement Foundation Annual Gala at the Waldorf Astoria on March 20. This was the first time Thomas has seen Kinkade since the incident. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Kristin E. Moreno).
Educators from across Long Island and NYC pose for a photo with Sgt. Maj. Rufino Mendez, Recruiting Station New York Sergeant Major, before departing Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island at the conclusion of an Educators Workshop held Dec. 10-13. The workshop gives educators the opportunity to see Marine Corps recruit training firsthand and learn about the numerous opportunities available to young men and women joining the Marine Corps.
Educators from across Long Island and NYC pose for a photo with Sgt. Maj. Rufino Mendez, Recruiting Station New York Sergeant Major, before departing Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island at the conclusion of an Educators Workshop held Dec. 10-13. The workshop gives educators the opportunity to see Marine Corps recruit training firsthand and learn about the numerous opportunities available to young men and women joining the Marine Corps.
Marines from Recruiting Station New York run in a formation lead by the RS Commanding Officer, Maj. Robert M. Jones, Jr., during the Tunnel to Towers run in Manhattan Sept. 29.  Tunnel to Towers, a 5-kilometer run, is held annually in honor of firefighter Stephen Siller.  Siller, who ran to the World Trade Center through the Battery Tunnel with all his gear on during the attacks on 9/11, ultimately lost his life during his attempt to save others.  (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Kristin Moreno).
Marines from Recruiting Station New York run in a formation lead by the RS Commanding Officer, Maj. Robert M. Jones, Jr., during the Tunnel to Towers run in Manhattan Sept. 29. Tunnel to Towers, a 5-kilometer run, is held annually in honor of firefighter Stephen Siller. Siller, who ran to the World Trade Center through the Battery Tunnel with all his gear on during the attacks on 9/11, ultimately lost his life during his attempt to save others. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Kristin Moreno).
Marines from Recruiting Station New York  run in a formation lead by the RS Commanding Officer, Maj. Robert M. Jones, Jr., during the Tunnel to Towers run in Manhattan Sept. 29.  Tunnel to Towers, a 5-kilometer run, is held annually in honor of firefighter Stephen Siller.  Siller, who ran to the World Trade Center through the Battery Tunnel with all his gear on during the attacks on 9/11, ultimately lost his life during his attempt to save others.  (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Kristin Moreno).
Marines from Recruiting Station New York run in a formation lead by the RS Commanding Officer, Maj. Robert M. Jones, Jr., during the Tunnel to Towers run in Manhattan Sept. 29. Tunnel to Towers, a 5-kilometer run, is held annually in honor of firefighter Stephen Siller. Siller, who ran to the World Trade Center through the Battery Tunnel with all his gear on during the attacks on 9/11, ultimately lost his life during his attempt to save others. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Kristin Moreno).
Marines from Recruiting Station New York prepare to run in a formation lead by the RS COmmanding Officer, Maj. Robert M. Jones, Jr., during the Tunnel to Towers run from Brooklyn to Manhattan Sept. 29.  Tunnel to Towers, a 5-kilometer run, is held annually in honor of firefighter Stephen Siller.  Siller, who ran to the World Trade Center through the Battery Tunnel with all his gear on during the attacks on 9/11, ultimately lost his life during his attempt to save others.  (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Kristin Moreno).
Marines from Recruiting Station New York prepare to run in a formation lead by the RS COmmanding Officer, Maj. Robert M. Jones, Jr., during the Tunnel to Towers run from Brooklyn to Manhattan Sept. 29. Tunnel to Towers, a 5-kilometer run, is held annually in honor of firefighter Stephen Siller. Siller, who ran to the World Trade Center through the Battery Tunnel with all his gear on during the attacks on 9/11, ultimately lost his life during his attempt to save others. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Kristin Moreno).
Marines of Marine Corps Recruiting Station New York pose for a group photo during training at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst in New Jersey May 31. During the training, the Marines completed the obstacle and confidence course, followed by a mess night in the evening.
Recruiting Station New York
Marines of Marine Corps Recruiting Station New York pose for a group photo during training at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst in New Jersey May 31. During the training, the Marines completed the obstacle and confidence course, followed by a mess night in the evening.
Sgt. Ronny Muller, a recruiter with Recruiting Substation Lindenhurst, counts a student's pullups at an Enhanced Area Canvassing event at Brentwood High School Oct. 5, 2012. For a pullup to count, the arms must completely lock out in the down position and the chin must be raised above the bar in the up position.
Enhanced Area Canvassing
Sgt. Ronny Muller, a recruiter with Recruiting Substation Lindenhurst, counts a student's pullups at an Enhanced Area Canvassing event at Brentwood High School Oct. 5, 2012. For a pullup to count, the arms must completely lock out in the down position and the chin must be raised above the bar in the up position.
RS New York News
Marines participate in post-secondary education planning conference December 17, 2014 — BROOKLYN, N.Y. - Marines with Marine Corps Recruiting Station New York participated in a post-secondary education planning conference with Children First Network 201 at Brooklyn Technical High School on Dec. 11.CFN 201, which is a NYC Department of Education networking group that specializes in youth development, is comprised of representatives MORE
Staten Island Marine returns to give others same opportunity for military service December 10, 2014 —     One of the things that make the Marine Corps unique is the diversity of the individual Marines. Young men and women join the Marine Corps from all different backgrounds and cultures. Each has their own reason for joining the military, whether it’s to be a part of something larger than themselves, follow a family tradition, get an education or MORE
Commandant presents NAMs during visit June 26, 2014 — The Commandant of the Marine Corps, Gen. James F. Amos, visited Recruiting Station New York on June 13. During his visit, he presented Sgt. Julio Chicas, staff noncommissioned officer-in-charge of Recruiting Substation Jamaica, and Sgt. Jose Flores, recruiter at Recruiting Substation Patchogue with Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medals.Sgt. MORE
Team Valor victorious over Virtue 14-8 in inaugural Dan Daly Cup lacrosse game June 24, 2014 — Team Valor, comprised of some of the top high school junior lacrosse players from Suffolk County, defeated Team Valor, comprised of some of the top high school junior lacrosse players from Nassau County, in the inaugural Dan Daly Cup all-star lacrosse game 14-8 at Glen Cove High School in Glen Cove, N.Y., June 21.The Dan Daly Cup recognized the MORE
Inaugural Dan Daly Cup, Game Day June 24, 2014 — Story By Lance Cpl. Brandon ThomasGLEN COVE, NY. -- The Inaugural Dan Daly Cup took place June21, at Glen Clove High School’s Maiden Field bringing the community and local Marines together in remembrance of a Glen Cove native hero, Sgt. Maj. Dan Daly. Dan Daly is a recipient of two Medals of Honor, the greatest honor given in service to one’s MORE
Marines inspire athletes, remember hometown hero June 23, 2014 — Story By Lance Cpl. Jessica QuezadaGLEN COVE, N.Y. - In honor of a forgotten hero, the City of Glen Cove, New York, will be the site of the Inaugural Dan Daly Cup lacrosse all-star game this Saturday at 12 p.m. The event kicks-off with paying homage to Dan Daly at his memorial in the Glen Cove Monument Park the morning of the game. Following the MORE
Roosevelt, N.Y., Marine receives Congressional Gold Medal June 10, 2013 — ROOSEVELT, N.Y. -- Robert L. Harding, an original Montford Point Marine, was awarded the Congressional Gold Medal at the Brig. Gen. George A. Jones Triangle on May 27.The Congressional Gold Medal is the highest civilian award bestowed by Congress. In November 2011, the president signed into law a bill to award the medal to the Montford Point MORE
Marine boxer strong contender to go pro March 28, 2013 — NEW YORK - Standing a mere 5’6” and weighing in at 132 pounds, don’t judge him by his size. Staff Sgt. Todd Dekinderen, a Pontiac, Mich., native, is a force to be reckoned with. His lean physique and undaunted spirit is a source of intimidation for any experienced fighter. MORE
Basketball player turned Marine embraces both at same time August 29, 2012 — CAMP LEJEUNE, N.C. — For some, basketball may be just another sport, but for others it is more than just a game. Pfc. Eddy D. TineoMateo, an administrative specialist with Combat Logistics Regiment 27, 2nd Marine Logistics Group, has always played the sport he’s now come to know and love. The 19-year-old Staten Island, N.Y., native has had a long MORE

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