4th Marine Corps District
Marine Corps Recruiting Command
New Cumberland, Pennsylvania


Great American Rivalry Game

U.S. Marine recruiters with Recruiting Station Cleveland, attend a Great American Rivalry Series game, Grosse Pointe North versus Grosse Point South,...


Military Entrance Processing Station Lansing

U.S. Marine Corps GySgt. James Hopper, a Military Entrance Processing Station Liason with Recruiting Station Lansing and Poolee Deborah...


It's What We Do As Marines

U.S. Marine Staff Sgt. Raul Martinez, the staff non-commissioned officer in charge of Recruiting Substation Central Michigan, helped the victims of a...


Great American Rivalry Series Game

Students from Grosse Pointe South High School take a photo with U.S. Marine Corps Staff Sgt. Danta Coffey, a recruiter with Recruiting Station...


Nashville Spartan Event 2022

U.S. Marines and "Spartans" climb an obstacle during the Nashville Spartan Event Weekend in Lebanon, Tennessee, Oct. 16, 2022. The Marine Corps...


RS Cleveland Poolee Defeats Cancer, Ships to MCRD PI

U.S. Marine Corps, Rct. Raphael Younan, a new recruit at Marine Corps Recruit Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, S.C., tells his story about...


Drew Kostic Memorial 5K Osprey Display

U.S. Marines with Recruiting Station Lansing and Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron 365 give tours of a MV-22 Osprey at the Drew Kostic Memorial 5K...


The United States Marine Corps Battle Color Detachment at Cary High School

The United States Marine Corps Battle Color Detachment performed at Cary High School in Cary, North Carolina, August 1, 2022. The Battle Color...

4th Marine Corps District Leaders

Commanding Officer
4th Marine Corps District

A native of Springfield, VA, Col Jason Borovies has experience with both the FMF and Supporting

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Sergeant Major
4th Marine Corps District

Sergeant Major Kenneth L. Kuss enlisted in the Marine Corps in Kentucky and attended recruit

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First activated as the 4th Reserve District in Philadelphia in September of 1937, the District was re-designated as the 4th Marine Corps Reserve District.  The District retained that title until January 1964 when it became the 4th Marine Corps Recruiting District.  The District Headquarters moved to its present location in New Cumberland, PA in July of 1995.  The District covers 10 states and Washington D.C., has 600 recruiters and is responsible for recruiting 6,000 new Marines each year.

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Marketing and Communication Office
(717) 836-0805

4th Marine Corps District Voting Officer
(717) 836-0758

Equal Opportunities Representative 

GySgt Paul S. Minai


O: 717-836-0754

C: 858-245-1951



4th Marine Corps District