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Recruiting Station San Diego

12th Marine Corps District

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SAN DIEGO - Sgt. Tyler Van Dam, a saxophonist and a Moore Park, Calif., native, performs at Point Loma High School Jan. 27 in San Diego during a Marine Band San Diego jazz combo high school tour Jan. 26 through 30. The musical combo is touring high schools throughout Marne Corps Recruiting Station San Diego’s area of operation and teaching students about Marine Corps musician enlistment opportunities. Each performance lasts approximately two hours and encompasses a variety of song styles including original pieces by the musicians. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Erica Kirsop/Released)
Marine jazz combo swings into Point Loma HS
SAN DIEGO - Sgt. Tyler Van Dam, a saxophonist and a Moore Park, Calif., native, performs at Point Loma High School Jan. 27 in San Diego during a Marine Band San Diego jazz combo high school tour Jan. 26 through 30. The musical combo is touring high schools throughout Marne Corps Recruiting Station San Diego’s area of operation and teaching students about Marine Corps musician enlistment opportunities. Each performance lasts approximately two hours and encompasses a variety of song styles including original pieces by the musicians. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Erica Kirsop/Released)
SAN DIEGO -  Sgt. Tyler Van Dam, a saxophonist and a Moore Park, Calif., native, performs at Point Loma High School Jan. 27 in San Diego during a
Marine Band San Diego jazz combo high school tour Jan. 26 through 30. The musical combo is touring high schools throughout Marne Corps Recruiting
Station San Diego's area of operation and teaching students about Marine Corps musician enlistment opportunities. Each performance lasts
approximately two hours and encompasses a variety of song styles including original pieces by the musicians.(U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Kirsop/Released)
Marine jazz combo swings into Point Loma HS
SAN DIEGO - Sgt. Tyler Van Dam, a saxophonist and a Moore Park, Calif., native, performs at Point Loma High School Jan. 27 in San Diego during a Marine Band San Diego jazz combo high school tour Jan. 26 through 30. The musical combo is touring high schools throughout Marne Corps Recruiting Station San Diego's area of operation and teaching students about Marine Corps musician enlistment opportunities. Each performance lasts approximately two hours and encompasses a variety of song styles including original pieces by the musicians.(U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Kirsop/Released)
Kyle Hoppe, offensive center for Chaparral High School receives his Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl jersey from Maj. Brian Donlon, commanding officer of Marine Corps Recruiting Station San Diego in the weight room in front of his fellow football players at Chaparral High School, Nov. 13, 2014. Hoppe is among approximately 100 student athletes from across the nation selected to participate in the game at the StubHub Center in Carson, Calif., Jan. 4, 2015.
Chaparral High School center selected for Marines' 2015 Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl
Kyle Hoppe, offensive center for Chaparral High School receives his Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl jersey from Maj. Brian Donlon, commanding officer of Marine Corps Recruiting Station San Diego in the weight room in front of his fellow football players at Chaparral High School, Nov. 13, 2014. Hoppe is among approximately 100 student athletes from across the nation selected to participate in the game at the StubHub Center in Carson, Calif., Jan. 4, 2015.
University of California Riverside and San Bernardino soccer players partnered with Marine Officer Selection Office Riverside for a leadership reaction course aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Calif., Feb. 1. A leadership reaction course is a 10-stall obstacle event that forces individuals to work as a team while testing their leadership ability.
UCR, UCSB partners with Marines for leadership reaction course
University of California Riverside and San Bernardino soccer players partnered with Marine Officer Selection Office Riverside for a leadership reaction course aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Calif., Feb. 1. A leadership reaction course is a 10-stall obstacle event that forces individuals to work as a team while testing their leadership ability.
A soccer player from the University of California Riverside attempts to cross a chain bridge during a leadership reaction course aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Feb. 1. Leadership reaction courses are Marine Corps obstacle courses cosisting of 10 stalls that cannot be accomplished without teamwork and strong leadership. The Riverside Officer Selection Officer partnered with UCR and UCSB to have their female soccer players attend the team building event.
UCR, UCSB soccer players take on LRC
A soccer player from the University of California Riverside attempts to cross a chain bridge during a leadership reaction course aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Feb. 1. Leadership reaction courses are Marine Corps obstacle courses cosisting of 10 stalls that cannot be accomplished without teamwork and strong leadership. The Riverside Officer Selection Officer partnered with UCR and UCSB to have their female soccer players attend the team building event.
Sgt. Reed, a recruiter with Recruiting Sub Station Palm Desert, explains different Marine Corps enlistment programs during a Toys for Tots event in Palm Desert, Calif., Dec. 8, 2014.
RSS Palm Desert Marines work up a sweat for Toys for Tots
Sgt. Reed, a recruiter with Recruiting Sub Station Palm Desert, explains different Marine Corps enlistment programs during a Toys for Tots event in Palm Desert, Calif., Dec. 8, 2014.
Maj. Brian Donlon, the commanding officer of Recruiting Station San Diego, briefs Officer candidates before a leadership reaction course aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Calif., Feb. 1.
Athletes take on LRC with OSO N
Maj. Brian Donlon, the commanding officer of Recruiting Station San Diego, briefs Officer candidates before a leadership reaction course aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Calif., Feb. 1.
Pfc. Ramsey Borja, left, a Marine on recruiter’s assistance with Marine Corps Recruiting Sub Station Clairemont counts pull-up repetitions during the ASA 2013High School Tour at Serra High School in San Diego, Dec. 6. Marines partnered with ASA Entertainment, a traveling actions sports demonstration team, to present a pull-up and flexed-arm hang challenge at various high schools Dec. 2 through 13.
RS San Diego recruiters drop in on ASA 2013 High School Tour
Pfc. Ramsey Borja, left, a Marine on recruiter’s assistance with Marine Corps Recruiting Sub Station Clairemont counts pull-up repetitions during the ASA 2013High School Tour at Serra High School in San Diego, Dec. 6. Marines partnered with ASA Entertainment, a traveling actions sports demonstration team, to present a pull-up and flexed-arm hang challenge at various high schools Dec. 2 through 13.
From left, Sgt. Christopher Murphy, Sgt. Eddie Quezada and Pfc. Ramsey Borja watch an action sports demonstration from a Marine Corps booth during the ASA 2013 High School Tour at Serra High School in San Diego, Dec. 6. Marine Corps Recruiting Station San Diego Marines partnered with ASA Entertainment for their tobacco free and anti-bullying campaign Dec. 2 through 13. While extreme sports performers spoke on healthy life style choices the recruiters tested students physical fitness levels with pull-up and flexed-arm hang challenges.
RS San Diego recruiters drop in on ASA 2013 High School Tour
From left, Sgt. Christopher Murphy, Sgt. Eddie Quezada and Pfc. Ramsey Borja watch an action sports demonstration from a Marine Corps booth during the ASA 2013 High School Tour at Serra High School in San Diego, Dec. 6. Marine Corps Recruiting Station San Diego Marines partnered with ASA Entertainment for their tobacco free and anti-bullying campaign Dec. 2 through 13. While extreme sports performers spoke on healthy life style choices the recruiters tested students physical fitness levels with pull-up and flexed-arm hang challenges.
Marines with Marine Corps Recruiting Sub Station Clairemont count pull-up repetitions during the ASA 2013 High School Tour at Serra High School in San Diego, Dec. 6. Marine Corps Recruiting Station San Diego partnered with ASA Entertainment, a traveling actions sports demonstration team, to present a pull-up and flexed-arm hang challenge at various high schools Dec. 2 through 13.
RS San Diego recruiters drop in on ASA 2013 High School Tour
Marines with Marine Corps Recruiting Sub Station Clairemont count pull-up repetitions during the ASA 2013 High School Tour at Serra High School in San Diego, Dec. 6. Marine Corps Recruiting Station San Diego partnered with ASA Entertainment, a traveling actions sports demonstration team, to present a pull-up and flexed-arm hang challenge at various high schools Dec. 2 through 13.
Staff Sgt. Pablo Rojas, right, a recruiter with Recruiting Sub Station National City, explains to students how to fill out the pull-up challenge application during the ASA 2013 High School Tour at Montgomery High School in San Diego, Dec. 5. Marines partnered with ASA Entertainment, a traveling actions sports demonstration team, to present a pull-up and flexed-arm hang challenge at various high schools Dec. 2 through 13.
RS San Diego recruiters drop in on ASA 2013 High School Tour
Staff Sgt. Pablo Rojas, right, a recruiter with Recruiting Sub Station National City, explains to students how to fill out the pull-up challenge application during the ASA 2013 High School Tour at Montgomery High School in San Diego, Dec. 5. Marines partnered with ASA Entertainment, a traveling actions sports demonstration team, to present a pull-up and flexed-arm hang challenge at various high schools Dec. 2 through 13.
Maj. Brian Donlon, left, the commanding officer of Recruiting Station San Diego, and Staff Sgt. Jeffery Schoebal, right, a recruiter from Recruiting Sub Station North Las Vegas, present Nick Gates, center, with a jersey for the 2014 Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl moments before the kick-off of a football game at Bishop Gorman High School in Las Vegas, Nev., Nov. 15. Gates is one of three players from the RS San Diego area participating in the SFAAB. He will be playing the position of wide receiver for the West Coast team, Jan. 5, 2014 at the StubHub Center in Los Angeles.
RS San Diego Marines get ready for game time
Maj. Brian Donlon, left, the commanding officer of Recruiting Station San Diego, and Staff Sgt. Jeffery Schoebal, right, a recruiter from Recruiting Sub Station North Las Vegas, present Nick Gates, center, with a jersey for the 2014 Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl moments before the kick-off of a football game at Bishop Gorman High School in Las Vegas, Nev., Nov. 15. Gates is one of three players from the RS San Diego area participating in the SFAAB. He will be playing the position of wide receiver for the West Coast team, Jan. 5, 2014 at the StubHub Center in Los Angeles.
“Pain is the first stop on the road to victory” is the motto of 2014 Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl.  Three players representing the West Coast team in this competition were presented SFAAB jerseys by the Marines of Recruiting Station San Diego throughout the month of November in preparation for the game taking place Jan. 5, 2014 at the StubHub center in Los Angeles. For more game information visit www.SemperFidelisFootball.com.
RS San Diego Marines get ready for game time
“Pain is the first stop on the road to victory” is the motto of 2014 Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl. Three players representing the West Coast team in this competition were presented SFAAB jerseys by the Marines of Recruiting Station San Diego throughout the month of November in preparation for the game taking place Jan. 5, 2014 at the StubHub center in Los Angeles. For more game information visit www.SemperFidelisFootball.com.
Participants in the 2014 Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl were presented with jerseys, shirts and baseball caps, by the Marines of Recruiting Station San Diego throughout the month of November in preparation for the game taking place Jan. 5, 2014 at the StubHub center in Los Angeles.  For more game information visit www.SemperFidelisFootball.com.
RS San Diego Marines get ready for game time
Participants in the 2014 Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl were presented with jerseys, shirts and baseball caps, by the Marines of Recruiting Station San Diego throughout the month of November in preparation for the game taking place Jan. 5, 2014 at the StubHub center in Los Angeles. For more game information visit www.SemperFidelisFootball.com.
John Olson, a teacher from Liberty High School, Brentwood, Calif. tackles the bayonet assault course while Gunnery Sgt. Jarvis Rodriguez gives him some extra encouragement at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego, CA on July 26. Educators from San Diego and Salt Lake City were also able to take part in various other events such as the Marine Corps Martial Arts Program and 12 Stalls Events.
Educators Workshop RS SLC/SDO 2012
John Olson, a teacher from Liberty High School, Brentwood, Calif. tackles the bayonet assault course while Gunnery Sgt. Jarvis Rodriguez gives him some extra encouragement at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego, CA on July 26. Educators from San Diego and Salt Lake City were also able to take part in various other events such as the Marine Corps Martial Arts Program and 12 Stalls Events.
Rancho Bernardo High School Football team members devise a plan to overcome the obstacle given to them at the 12 Stalls event at Camp Pendleton, CA on Aug. 10. The football team was asked to overcome not only various 12 Stall events, but the obstacle course as well in order to learn leadership abilities and teamwork effort.
Rancho Bernardo HS Team Building Event
Rancho Bernardo High School Football team members devise a plan to overcome the obstacle given to them at the 12 Stalls event at Camp Pendleton, CA on Aug. 10. The football team was asked to overcome not only various 12 Stall events, but the obstacle course as well in order to learn leadership abilities and teamwork effort.
Lance Cpl. Oziel Camacho and his parents are interviewed by Judy Chauncey at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego, CA, on April 20. Camacho was the honor graduate for Fox Company, and just graduated from boot camp. Camacho was recruited out of Mission Viejo, Calif., by Sgt. Jeffrey Jewett Jr.
LCpl Camacho Honor Grad
Lance Cpl. Oziel Camacho and his parents are interviewed by Judy Chauncey at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego, CA, on April 20. Camacho was the honor graduate for Fox Company, and just graduated from boot camp. Camacho was recruited out of Mission Viejo, Calif., by Sgt. Jeffrey Jewett Jr.
Julie Buehler shouts into an fake microphone during the intial receiption at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego. The  sports talk radio host for KXPS-A (TEAM 1010)/Palm Springs midday "BUEHLER'S DAY OFF" arrived June 26 to participate in the week long Educators Workshop.  The workshop introduces visitors to the rigors of recruit training.
Educators Workshop RS SLC/SDO 2012
Julie Buehler shouts into an fake microphone during the intial receiption at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego. The sports talk radio host for KXPS-A (TEAM 1010)/Palm Springs midday "BUEHLER'S DAY OFF" arrived June 26 to participate in the week long Educators Workshop. The workshop introduces visitors to the rigors of recruit training.
Recruiting Station San Diego Leaders

Commanding Officer, Recruiting Station San Diego
Major Brian Donlon
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Sergeant Major, Recruiting Station San Diego
Sergeant Major William C. Carter
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