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Recruiting Station Portland

100 SW Main St, Suite 600, Portland, Ore. 97204
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Local Oregon counselors, coaches and educators rush through the bayonet assault course clad in Marine Corps utilities, kevlar bearing rubber rifles a part of the 2015 Educators Workshop.
Educators Rush the Bayonet Assault Course
Local Oregon counselors, coaches and educators rush through the bayonet assault course clad in Marine Corps utilities, kevlar bearing rubber rifles a part of the 2015 Educators Workshop.
Marines and Educators with Recruiting Station Portland pose with an F-18 Hornet at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, during the 2015 Educators Workshop. These teachers, coaches and counselors got to experience some of the physical challenges of Marine Corps basic training and talk to Marines operating in their occupational specialty. The educators saw many of the installation's services provided to the Marines including the Education Center, Moral Welfare Recreation Center and Chow Hall.
RS PRT Educators Workshop 2015
Marines and Educators with Recruiting Station Portland pose with an F-18 Hornet at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, during the 2015 Educators Workshop. These teachers, coaches and counselors got to experience some of the physical challenges of Marine Corps basic training and talk to Marines operating in their occupational specialty. The educators saw many of the installation's services provided to the Marines including the Education Center, Moral Welfare Recreation Center and Chow Hall.
U.S. Marines from 12th Marine Corps District, Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego and Marines from Recruiting Sub Station Beaverton, Recruiting Station Portland, set-up in full force at the Oregon International Airshow, July 18. The Oregon International Airshow is Oregon's premier airshow, and is attended by hundrededs of Oregonian families from the Portland metro area. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Tyler C. Vernaza/released)
Marine Recruiters at the Oregon International Airshow
U.S. Marines from 12th Marine Corps District, Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego and Marines from Recruiting Sub Station Beaverton, Recruiting Station Portland, set-up in full force at the Oregon International Airshow, July 18. The Oregon International Airshow is Oregon's premier airshow, and is attended by hundrededs of Oregonian families from the Portland metro area. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Tyler C. Vernaza/released)
U.S. Marines from 12th Marine Corps District, Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego and Marines from Recruiting Sub Station Beaverton, Recruiting Station Portland, set-up in full force at the Oregon International Airshow, July 18. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Tyler C. Vernaza/released)
Marines at the Oregon International Airshow
U.S. Marines from 12th Marine Corps District, Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego and Marines from Recruiting Sub Station Beaverton, Recruiting Station Portland, set-up in full force at the Oregon International Airshow, July 18. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Tyler C. Vernaza/released)
U.S. Marine Corps Maj. Joel C. Schumacher, off going commanding officer, Recruiting Station Portland (RS PRT), passes the Marine Corps Colors to Maj. Brooks W. Boehlert, oncoming commanding officer, RS PRT, to signify the change of command for RS PRT at 6th Engineer Support Battalion, June 19. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Tyler C. Vernaza / released)
Recruiting Station Portland Change of Command
U.S. Marine Corps Maj. Joel C. Schumacher, off going commanding officer, Recruiting Station Portland (RS PRT), passes the Marine Corps Colors to Maj. Brooks W. Boehlert, oncoming commanding officer, RS PRT, to signify the change of command for RS PRT at 6th Engineer Support Battalion, June 19. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Tyler C. Vernaza / released)
Maj. Joel C. Schumacher, off-going commanding officer, Recruiting Station Portland (RS PRT) speaks to the Marines of RS PRT at Warriors Night June 18. Warriors Night is an annual tradition for RS PRT that allows Marines to come together and build camaraderie and strengthen the Marine Corps team. Maj. Schumacher thanked the Marines for their hard work and dedication to the recruiting mission over the years and said he was honored to have been their CO. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Tyler C. Vernaza / released)
Recruiting Station Portland Warriors Night
Maj. Joel C. Schumacher, off-going commanding officer, Recruiting Station Portland (RS PRT) speaks to the Marines of RS PRT at Warriors Night June 18. Warriors Night is an annual tradition for RS PRT that allows Marines to come together and build camaraderie and strengthen the Marine Corps team. Maj. Schumacher thanked the Marines for their hard work and dedication to the recruiting mission over the years and said he was honored to have been their CO. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Tyler C. Vernaza / released)
Zachary Dupee, recipient of the prestigious Naval Reserve Officers' Training Corps Scholarship, enjoys a moment with his family and his recruiter after being presented the award, June 2. Zachary is an avid outdoorsman and spends the majority of his time hunting, fishing and hiking. He plans to attend Oregon State University before receiving his commission as a second lieutenant in the United States Marine Corps. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Sgt. Tyler C. Vernaza / released)
Local Oregon Student receives Marine Corps Scholarship
Zachary Dupee, recipient of the prestigious Naval Reserve Officers' Training Corps Scholarship, enjoys a moment with his family and his recruiter after being presented the award, June 2. Zachary is an avid outdoorsman and spends the majority of his time hunting, fishing and hiking. He plans to attend Oregon State University before receiving his commission as a second lieutenant in the United States Marine Corps. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Sgt. Tyler C. Vernaza / released)
BARROW, Alaska – Sergeant Oscar Garcia, a Marine recruiter for Fairbanks, Alaska, stands by two Bowhead Whale Skulls and the “Welcome to Barrow” sign, written in native Inupiaq, a local language spoken by the Inupiat people who live in this arctic tundra, at the top of the world. Garcia is one of the few Marines on recruiting duty in Alaska, the largest state in the United States with an area of 663,268 square miles. One of only six Marine recruiters in Alaska, Garcia often travels to Barrow in recruiting efforts tasked with recruiting intelligent, qualified applicants in the least populated and largest recruiting area of operations – a testament to the diversity of the Marine Corps’ mission and the vastness of its duties.  (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Capt Sean Smith-Kearon)
Any Clime and Place
BARROW, Alaska – Sergeant Oscar Garcia, a Marine recruiter for Fairbanks, Alaska, stands by two Bowhead Whale Skulls and the “Welcome to Barrow” sign, written in native Inupiaq, a local language spoken by the Inupiat people who live in this arctic tundra, at the top of the world. Garcia is one of the few Marines on recruiting duty in Alaska, the largest state in the United States with an area of 663,268 square miles. One of only six Marine recruiters in Alaska, Garcia often travels to Barrow in recruiting efforts tasked with recruiting intelligent, qualified applicants in the least populated and largest recruiting area of operations – a testament to the diversity of the Marine Corps’ mission and the vastness of its duties. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Capt Sean Smith-Kearon)
Portland athlete accepts spot on Semper Fi All American Bowl West Team
Blake Brandel, offensive lineman for the Central Catholic High School Rams, accepts his Semper Fidelis All American Bowl jersey with his parents Tanya and Scott Brandel along with head coach Steve Tyne during halftime of Central Catholic’s playoff game Nov. 7. Blake distinguished himself as a smart, well-rounded student athlete who maintains a grade point average of 3.5, and enjoys art and singing.
Rodeo attendees watch in awe as a participant attempts pull-ups during a Marine Corps pull-up challenge at the St. Paul Rodeo, St. Paul, Ore., July 3. The rodeo was a five day event full of bull rides, horse races and other competitions celebrating Independence Day. Participants receive Marine Corps gear for pull-ups successfully completed.
St. Paul Rodeo Pull-up Challenge
Rodeo attendees watch in awe as a participant attempts pull-ups during a Marine Corps pull-up challenge at the St. Paul Rodeo, St. Paul, Ore., July 3. The rodeo was a five day event full of bull rides, horse races and other competitions celebrating Independence Day. Participants receive Marine Corps gear for pull-ups successfully completed.
Pfc. Joseph Loseke, honor graduate for India Company, and a Beaverton, Ore., native stands with recruiter Sgt. Nicholas Weber (left) and senior drill instructor Sgt. Cory Hye (right) after graduation at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego, Aug. 16. Loseke was chosen as the company honor graduate because of his leadership skills, 1st class physical fitness test, 1st class combat fitness test and expert rifle score
Beaverton native Company Honor Graduate
Pfc. Joseph Loseke, honor graduate for India Company, and a Beaverton, Ore., native stands with recruiter Sgt. Nicholas Weber (left) and senior drill instructor Sgt. Cory Hye (right) after graduation at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego, Aug. 16. Loseke was chosen as the company honor graduate because of his leadership skills, 1st class physical fitness test, 1st class combat fitness test and expert rifle score
Gabrielle Neilan, Miss Oregon USA, takes a photo with Marines from Recruiting Station Portland, 12th Marine Corps District, during a Marine Corps pull-up challenge at Oregon Jamboree Music Festival in Sweet Home, Ore., Aug., 2. Participants receive Marine Corps gear for pull-ups successfully completed.
Sweet Home Jamboree pull-up challenge
Gabrielle Neilan, Miss Oregon USA, takes a photo with Marines from Recruiting Station Portland, 12th Marine Corps District, during a Marine Corps pull-up challenge at Oregon Jamboree Music Festival in Sweet Home, Ore., Aug., 2. Participants receive Marine Corps gear for pull-ups successfully completed.
Sgt. Maj. Robert Sites, sergeant major for Recruiting Station Portland, talks to the poolees with Recruiting Sub Station Gresham and RSS Oregon City after running during the Relay for Life Oregon City at Clackamas Community College, Oregon City, Ore., June 29. The Pooles ran a mile and a half followed by max set of pull-ups and crunches.
Relay for Life Pool Function
Sgt. Maj. Robert Sites, sergeant major for Recruiting Station Portland, talks to the poolees with Recruiting Sub Station Gresham and RSS Oregon City after running during the Relay for Life Oregon City at Clackamas Community College, Oregon City, Ore., June 29. The Pooles ran a mile and a half followed by max set of pull-ups and crunches.
Rodeo attendees watch in awe as a participant attempts pull-ups during a Marine Corps pull-up challenge at the St. Paul Rodeo, St. Paul, Ore., July 4. The rodeo was a five day event full of bull rides, horse races and other competitions celebrating Independence Day. Participants receive Marine Corps gear for pull-ups successfully completed.
St. Paul Rodeo Pull-up Challenge
Rodeo attendees watch in awe as a participant attempts pull-ups during a Marine Corps pull-up challenge at the St. Paul Rodeo, St. Paul, Ore., July 4. The rodeo was a five day event full of bull rides, horse races and other competitions celebrating Independence Day. Participants receive Marine Corps gear for pull-ups successfully completed.
Maj. Joel Schumacher, Commanding Officer for Recruiting Station Portland, talks to the poolees with Recruiting Sub Station Gresham and RSS Oregon City after running during the Relay for Life Oregon City at Clackamas Community College, Oregon City, Ore., June 29. The Pooles ran a mile and a half followed by max set of pull-ups and crunches.
Relay for Life Pool Function
Maj. Joel Schumacher, Commanding Officer for Recruiting Station Portland, talks to the poolees with Recruiting Sub Station Gresham and RSS Oregon City after running during the Relay for Life Oregon City at Clackamas Community College, Oregon City, Ore., June 29. The Pooles ran a mile and a half followed by max set of pull-ups and crunches.
Marines and poolees from Recruiting Station Portland run during the Relay for Life Oregon City at Clackamas Community College, Oregon City, Ore., June 29. The Pooles with Recruiting Sub Station Gresham and RSS Oregon City ran a mile and a half followed by max set of pull-ups and crunches.
Relay for Life Pool Function
Marines and poolees from Recruiting Station Portland run during the Relay for Life Oregon City at Clackamas Community College, Oregon City, Ore., June 29. The Pooles with Recruiting Sub Station Gresham and RSS Oregon City ran a mile and a half followed by max set of pull-ups and crunches.
Pfc. Thomas S. Breiter, Platoon 1073, Company D, 1st Recruit Training Battalion, awaits improvised explosive device training alongside fellow Marines during the crucible at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 12. Breiter chose to enlist into the Marines as military police, the same military occupational specialty as his mother. Breiter explained his choice to choose the Marine Corps over other military branches was highly influenced by his mother and father's service in the Corps.
Oregon Native becomes a Marine
Pfc. Thomas S. Breiter, Platoon 1073, Company D, 1st Recruit Training Battalion, awaits improvised explosive device training alongside fellow Marines during the crucible at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 12. Breiter chose to enlist into the Marines as military police, the same military occupational specialty as his mother. Breiter explained his choice to choose the Marine Corps over other military branches was highly influenced by his mother and father's service in the Corps.
Elida Rodriguez, counselor, Beaverton, Ore., prepares to buddy drag Irada 
Azizova, math teacher, Pasco, Wash., during an educators workshop aboard 
Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego, Calif.  Several educators volunteered to 
participate in the maneuver under fire and ammunition can lift portions of the 
Combat Fitness Test.
Educators Workshop RS POR/SEA
Elida Rodriguez, counselor, Beaverton, Ore., prepares to buddy drag Irada Azizova, math teacher, Pasco, Wash., during an educators workshop aboard Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego, Calif. Several educators volunteered to participate in the maneuver under fire and ammunition can lift portions of the Combat Fitness Test.
Major Heather Cotoia presents poolee William Corrin with his certificate and congratulates him on his successful entrance into the United States Marine Corps at Vancouver, WA on April 28. Poolees from all branches of service were presented with a coin from Brig. Gen. Yoo and a certificate from their branch of service before collectively taking the oath of enlistment.
Poolee Ceremony
Major Heather Cotoia presents poolee William Corrin with his certificate and congratulates him on his successful entrance into the United States Marine Corps at Vancouver, WA on April 28. Poolees from all branches of service were presented with a coin from Brig. Gen. Yoo and a certificate from their branch of service before collectively taking the oath of enlistment.
Brig. Gen. Daniel Yoo shakes the hand of a Marine poolee and gives him a coin at Vancouver, WA on April 28. Poolees from each branch of service were each congratulated and took the oath of enlistment before family and friends.
Poolee Ceremony
Brig. Gen. Daniel Yoo shakes the hand of a Marine poolee and gives him a coin at Vancouver, WA on April 28. Poolees from each branch of service were each congratulated and took the oath of enlistment before family and friends.
Jim Gadberry, football coach, Milwaukie High School, Milwaukie, Ore., takes aim during the bayonet assault course.  Educators donned Kevlar, gloves and Marine Corps Combat Utilities while carrying a rubber rifle, bayonet fixed, to attack the course.
Educators Workshop SEA/POR
Jim Gadberry, football coach, Milwaukie High School, Milwaukie, Ore., takes aim during the bayonet assault course. Educators donned Kevlar, gloves and Marine Corps Combat Utilities while carrying a rubber rifle, bayonet fixed, to attack the course.
Recruiting Station Portland Leaders

Commanding Officer, Recruiting Station Portland
Maj. Brooks W. Boehlert
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Sergeant Major, Recruiting Station Portland
Sergeant Major Dennis Nash
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