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U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Brandon Tyler Hatmaker, a musician with the Marine Forces Reserve Band, Marine Forces Reserve, tours his hometown of...
U.S. Marine Corps Staff Sgt. Corbin Messner, left, a recruiter with Recruiting Station Columbus, 4th Marine Cops District and Sgt. Daron Reed, right,...
U.S. Marine Corps Pvt. Juan Miranda (left), U.S. Marine Corps Pvt. Owen Sandoval (right), Marines in the Command Recruiting Program, and U.S. Marine...
U.S. Marine Corps Col. Timothy Dremann, middle, passes the colors to Col. Richard Robinson III, right, during the change of command ceremony at 4th...
Marines with the Silent Drill Platoon execute their drill sequence during a performance at Cary High School, North Carolina, July 31, 2023. The...
U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Blake Inlow, a recruiter with Recruiting Station Nashville, monitors pull-ups during the Music City Grand Prix in Nashville,...
Colonel Robinson was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant on 08 August 2000 as part of the Platoon
Sergeant Major Anthony L. Lappe is a native of Algona, Iowa. He joined the Marine Corps on 15 April
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.
54 M Avenue, Suite 9, New Cumberland, PA 17070
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4th Marine Corps District Voting Officer
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GySgt Paul S. Minai