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NEW YORK -- Lt. Col. Richard Bordonaro, 6th Communication Battalion, commanding officer, and Sgt. Maj. George Sanchez, salute the graveof Lt. Col. Franklin Wharton's grave. The Marines placed a wreath to pay tribute to Wharton on the 237th Birthday of the Marine Corps, Nov. 10, 2012.  Wharton was the 3rd Commandant of the Marine Corps. He served from 1798 to 1818 and was the first Commandant to occupy the Commandant's House, Marine Barracks, Washington. He was born in Philadelphia, and now rests at Trinity Church a few blocks away from Wall Street in Manhattan. (Marine Corps production by Sgt. Randall A. Clinton / RELEASED)
NEW YORK -- Lt. Col. Richard Bordonaro, 6th Communication Battalion, commanding officer, and Sgt. Maj. George Sanchez, salute the graveof Lt. Col. Franklin Wharton's grave. The Marines placed a wreath to pay tribute to Wharton on the 237th Birthday of the Marine Corps, Nov. 10, 2012.  Wharton was the 3rd Commandant of the Marine Corps. He served from 1798 to 1818 and was the first Commandant to occupy the Commandant's House, Marine Barracks, Washington. He was born in Philadelphia, and now rests at Trinity Church a few blocks away from Wall Street in Manhattan. (Marine Corps production by Sgt. Randall A. Clinton / RELEASED)
NEW YORK -- Lt. Col. Richard Bordonaro, 6th Communication Battalion, commanding officer, takes a moment of silence in front of Lt. Col. Franklin Wharton's grave. Bordonaro and his Marines placed a wreath to pay tribute to Wharton on the 237th Birthday of the Marine Corps, Nov. 10, 2012.  Wharton was the 3rd Commandant of the Marine Corps. He served from 1798 to 1818 and was the first Commandant to occupy the Commandant's House, Marine Barracks, Washington. He was born in Philadelphia, and now rests at Trinity Church a few blocks away from Wall Street in Manhattan. (Marine Corps production by Sgt. Randall A. Clinton / RELEASED)
NEW YORK -- Marines from 6th Communications Battalion, in Brooklyn, N.Y., provided toys from Toys for Tots donations to children  displaced by Hurricane Sandy, Nov. 2, at Franklin Delano Roosevelt High School. Each year the Marines from 6th Communications Battalion receives hundreds of thousands of toy donations from New Yorkers. The Toys for Tots program helps less fortunate children throughout the United States experience the joy of Christmas. (Official Marine Corps courtesy photo / RELEASED)
NEW YORK -- Marines from 6th Communications Battalion, in Brooklyn, N.Y., provided toys from Toys for Tots donations to children  displaced by Hurricane Sandy, Nov. 2, at Franklin Delano Roosevelt High School. Each year the Marines from 6th Communications Battalion receives hundreds of thousands of toy donations from New Yorkers. The Toys for Tots program helps less fortunate children throughout the United States experience the joy of Christmas. (Official Marine Corps courtesy photo / RELEASED)
NEW YORK -- Marines from 6th Communications Battalion, in Brooklyn, N.Y., provided toys from Toys for Tots donations to children  displaced by Hurricane Sandy, Nov. 2, at Franklin Delano Roosevelt High School. Each year the Marines from 6th Communications Battalion receives hundreds of thousands of toy donations from New Yorkers. The Toys for Tots program helps less fortunate children throughout the United States experience the joy of Christmas. (Official Marine Corps courtesy photo / RELEASED)
NEW YORK -- Marines from 6th Communications Battalion, in Brooklyn, N.Y., provided toys from Toys for Tots donations to children  displaced by Hurricane Sandy, Nov. 2, at Franklin Delano Roosevelt High School. Each year the Marines from 6th Communications Battalion receives hundreds of thousands of toy donations from New Yorkers. The Toys for Tots program helps less fortunate children throughout the United States experience the joy of Christmas. (Official Marine Corps courtesy photo / RELEASED)
NEW YORK -- Marines ran the New York City Tunnel to Towers Run, Sept. 30. United States Military Academy at West Point cadets and FDNY firefighters lined the final stretch of the run. The run is in support of the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation, which works to build homes for injured troops and provide scholarships to the children of fallen service members and firefighters. Siller was an off-duty New York City firefighter who headed back to the city to help after the attacks on 9/11. When he reached as far as car traffic would allow he strapped his 65-lbs of gear on ran through the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel to join his fellow firefighters. The 5km run retraces his steps to the base of the World Trade Center. Siller died while helping with the rescue effort. (Official Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Randall Clinton)
NEW YORK -- Marines chant cadence as they run through the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel during the the New York City Tunnel to Towers Run, Sept. 30. United States Military Academy at West Point cadets and FDNY firefighters lined the final stretch of the run. The run is in support of the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation, which works to build homes for injured troops and provide scholarships to the children of fallen service members and firefighters. Siller was an off-duty New York City firefighter who headed back to the city to help after the attacks on 9/11. When he reached as far as car traffic would allow he strapped his 65-lbs of gear on ran through the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel to join his fellow firefighters. The 5km run retraces his steps to the base of the World Trade Center. Siller died while helping with the rescue effort. (Official Marine Corps photo by Master Sgt. Matthew Butler)
NEW YORK -- Marines ran the New York City Tunnel to Towers Run, Sept. 30. United States Military Academy at West Point cadets and FDNY firefighters lined the final stretch of the run. The run is in support of the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation, which works to build homes for injured troops and provide scholarships to the children of fallen service members and firefighters. Siller was an off-duty New York City firefighter who headed back to the city to help after the attacks on 9/11. When he reached as far as car traffic would allow he strapped his 65-lbs of gear on ran through the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel to join his fellow firefighters. The 5km run retraces his steps to the base of the World Trade Center. Siller died while helping with the rescue effort. (Official Marine Corps photo by Master Sgt. Matthew Butler)
NEW YORK -- Marines ran the New York City Tunnel to Towers Run, Sept. 30. United States Military Academy at West Point cadets and FDNY firefighters lined the final stretch of the run. The run is in support of the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation, which works to build homes for injured troops and provide scholarships to the children of fallen service members and firefighters. Siller was an off-duty New York City firefighter who headed back to the city to help after the attacks on 9/11. When he reached as far as car traffic would allow he strapped his 65-lbs of gear on ran through the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel to join his fellow firefighters. The 5km run retraces his steps to the base of the World Trade Center. Siller died while helping with the rescue effort. (Official Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Randall Clinton)
NEW YORK -- A cadet sprints to front of the formation while carrying an American Flag during the New York City Tunnel to Towers Run, Sept. 30.  United States Military Academy at West Point cadets and FDNY firefighters lined the final stretch of the run. The run is in support of the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation, which works to build homes for injured troops and provide scholarships to the children of fallen service members and firefighters. Siller was an off-duty New York City firefighter who headed back to the city to help after the attacks on 9/11. When he reached as far as car traffic would allow he strapped his 65-lbs of gear on ran through the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel to join his fellow firefighters. The 5km run retraces his steps to the base of the World Trade Center. Siller died while helping with the rescue effort. (Official Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Randall Clinton)
NEW YORK -- Wounded warriors and supporters ran in the New York City Tunnel to Towers Run, Sept. 30 to raise awareness for their causes.  United States Military Academy at West Point cadets and FDNY firefighters lined the final stretch of the run. The run is in support of the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation, which works to build homes for injured troops and provide scholarships to the children of fallen service members and firefighters. Siller was an off-duty New York City firefighter who headed back to the city to help after the attacks on 9/11. When he reached as far as car traffic would allow he strapped his 65-lbs of gear on ran through the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel to join his fellow firefighters. The 5km run retraces his steps to the base of the World Trade Center. Siller died while helping with the rescue effort. (Official Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Randall Clinton)
NEW YORK -- Marines ran the New York City Tunnel to Towers Run, Sept. 30. United States Military Academy at West Point cadets and FDNY firefighters lined the final stretch of the run. The run is in support of the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation, which works to build homes for injured troops and provide scholarships to the children of fallen service members and firefighters. Siller was an off-duty New York City firefighter who headed back to the city to help after the attacks on 9/11. When he reached as far as car traffic would allow he strapped his 65-lbs of gear on ran through the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel to join his fellow firefighters. The 5km run retraces his steps to the base of the World Trade Center. Siller died while helping with the rescue effort.
NEW YORK -- Wounded warriors and supporters ran in the New York City Tunnel to Towers Run, Sept. 30 to raise awareness for their causes.  United States Military Academy at West Point cadets and FDNY firefighters lined the final stretch of the run. The run is in support of the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation, which works to build homes for injured troops and provide scholarships to the children of fallen service members and firefighters. Siller was an off-duty New York City firefighter who headed back to the city to help after the attacks on 9/11. When he reached as far as car traffic would allow he strapped his 65-lbs of gear on ran through the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel to join his fellow firefighters. The 5km run retraces his steps to the base of the World Trade Center. Siller died while helping with the rescue effort. (Official Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Randall Clinton)
Randall’s Island, NEW YORK – Firefighter and instructor with the New York City Fire Department, Dave Raynor, sets up the rope systems for the Marines to do high angle rescue training later in the morning. Raynor has been with FDNY for more than 28 years and continuously conducts advanced rope training across the country.
Randall’s Island, NEW YORK – A firefighter and instructor with the New York City Fire Department explains to Sergeant Daniel Barbadillo, an extraction Marine with Initial Response Force “B,” how he will repel down two stories to rescue a “stranded victim” from a ledge and get them safely to the ground. The FDNY has been involved in training the Mariens and sailors of CBIRF since 1997, when Chief Raymond Downey helped expand CBIRF’s technical rescue platform.
RandallÕs Island, NEW YORK Ð Firefighter and instructor with the New York City Fire Department, Dave Raynor, sets up the rope systems for the Marines to do high angle rescue training later in the morning. Raynor has been with FDNY for more than 28 years and continuously conducts advanced rope training across the country.
Randall’s Island, NEW YORK –Sergeant Daniel Barbadillo, an extraction Marine with Initial Response Force “B,”  prepares to repel down two stories to rescue a “stranded victim” from a ledge and get them safely to the ground. The FDNY has been involved in training the Mariens and sailors of CBIRF since 1997, when Chief Raymond Downey helped expand CBIRF’s technical rescue platform.
NEW YORK -- Gunnery Sgt. Stephanie  Borges, a Rock Island, Ill., native, walks the runway during the "Strut: the fashionable mom" fashion show during Fashion Week NYC, Sept. 10. Borges is the aviation supply chief for Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 49 and is the mother of four. The show featured ladies who are both business leaders and mothers. (Official Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Randall A. Clinton)