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


4th Marine Corps District Relief and Appointment Ceremony

The sergeants major under 4th Marine Corps District (4MCD) present Sgt. Maj. Kenneth Kuss, center, the outgoing sergeant major of 4MCD, with going...


Recruiting Station Raleigh May Pool Function

Poolees with U.S. Marine Corps Recruiting Station Raleigh participate in an Initial Strength Test (IST) during an All State Pool Function in Raleigh,...


2nd Marine Aircraft Wing Takes on the Kentucky Derby Festival

The 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing preforms at the Kentucky Derby Festival Marathon and Pegasus Parade in Louisville, Kentucky, April 29-30, 2023. The...


Becoming Officers: Mini-OCS

Marines and candidates with Officer Selection Team (OST) Roanoke ascend a hill during a formation hike as part of the Mini-Officer Candidate School...


4MCD Educators Workshop

An educator repels down the repel tower during Educators Workshop at Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, S.C., March 1, 2023.  The purpose of...


Recruiting Station Cleveland Annual Pool Function

U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Davonte Perry, a drill instructor with Echo Company, 2nd Recruit Training Battalion, Recruit Training Regiment, demonstrates...


4MCD Educators Workshop

U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Justin Fleming, center, and Sgt. Kayla Reyes, left, drill instructors at Marine Corps Recruit Depot (MCRD) Parris Island,...


It's Made Me Who I Am: NROTC Scholarship

U.S. Marine Capt. Thomas Brown, the executive officer of Recruiting Station Raleigh, talks of his experience going through the Naval Reserve Officer...

4th Marine Corps District Leaders

Commanding Officer
4th Marine Corps District

Colonel Timothy R. Dremann

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Sergeant Major
4th Marine Corps District

Sergeant Major Anthony L. Lappe is a native of Algona, Iowa.  He joined the Marine Corps on 15 April

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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.

54 M Avenue, Suite 9, New Cumberland, PA 17070

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

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