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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The United States Military Academy’s West Point Band performed at halftime during the New York Jets vs New Englad Patriots military appreciation game, Nov. 13. Marines, Sailors, Coast Guardsmen, Airmen and Soldiers unfurled an American Flag across the field during a pre-game ceremony as part of the Jets’ celebration of veterans. (Official Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Randall A. Clinton / RELEASED)
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The United States Military Academy’s West Point Band performed at halftime during the New York Jets vs New Englad Patriots military appreciation game, Nov. 13. Marines, Sailors, Coast Guardsmen, Airmen and Soldiers unfurled an American Flag across the field during a pre-game ceremony as part of the Jets’ celebration of veterans. (Official Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Randall A. Clinton / RELEASED)
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The United States Military Academy’s West Point Band performed at halftime during the New York Jets vs New Englad Patriots military appreciation game, Nov. 13. Marines, Sailors, Coast Guardsmen, Airmen and Soldiers unfurled an American Flag across the field during a pre-game ceremony as part of the Jets’ celebration of veterans. (Official Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Caleb Gomez / RELEASED)
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Marines wave back to a cheering crowd after a pregame ceremony before the  the New York Jets vs New England Patriots game, Nov. 13. The West Point Band performed at half time and 100 service members presented the large flag during the National Anthem. (Official Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Randall A. Clinton / RELEASED)
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Marines wave back to a cheering crowd after a pregame ceremony before the  the New York Jets vs New England Patriots game, Nov. 13. The West Point Band performed at half time and 100 service members presented the large flag during the National Anthem. (Official Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Caleb Gomez / RELEASED)
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Marines, Sailors, Coast Guardsmen, Airmen and Soldiers unfurled an American Flag across the field during a pre-game ceremony before the New York Jets vs New England Patriots game, Nov. 13. The West Point Band performed at half time and 100 service members presented the large flag during the National Anthem. (Official Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Randall A. Clinton / RELEASED)
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Marines wave back to a cheering crowd after a pregame ceremony before the  the New York Jets vs New England Patriots game, Nov. 13. The West Point Band performed at half time and 100 service members presented the large flag during the National Anthem. (Official Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Caleb Gomez / RELEASED)
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Marines wave back to a cheering crowd after a pregame ceremony before the  the New York Jets vs New England Patriots game, Nov. 13. The West Point Band performed at half time and 100 service members presented the large flag during the National Anthem. (Official Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Caleb Gomez / RELEASED)
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Marines wave back to a cheering crowd after a pregame ceremony before the  the New York Jets vs New England Patriots game, Nov. 13. The West Point Band performed at half time and 100 service members presented the large flag during the National Anthem. (Official Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Caleb Gomez / RELEASED)
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Marines, Sailors, Coast Guardsmen, Airmen and Soldiers unfurled an American Flag across the field during a pre-game ceremony before the New York Jets vs New England Patriots game, Nov. 13. The West Point Band performed at half time and 100 service members presented the large flag during the National Anthem. (Official Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Randall A. Clinton / RELEASED)
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- A Marine holds a portion of a large American Flag prior to an on-field ceremony before the he New York Jets vs New England Patriots game, Nov. 13. The West Point Band performed at half time and 100 service members presented the large flag during the National Anthem. (Official Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Randall A. Clinton / RELEASED)
NEW YORK --  Montford Point Marine Association Marine veterans marched behind 200 current generation Marines in the annual New York Veterans Day parade, here, Nov. 11. This year marks the 92st Anniversary of The New York City Veterans Day Parade. The parade is hosted by the United War Veterans Council, Inc. on behalf of the City of New York. It is the oldest and largest of its kind in the nation. Since November 11, 1919, the parade has provided an opportunity for Americans and International visitors to honor those who have served in the nation’s largest city. Sgt. Dakota Meyer, the recently awarded Marine Medal of Honor recipient, rode in the parade. Major Gen. Melvin Spiese, Deputy Commanding General, I Marine Expeditionary Force, represented the Marine Corps as one of the reviewing officials of the parade. Montford Point was the segregated training grounds for all black Marines from 1942 until 1949, while all white recruits attended boot camp in Parris Island, S.C. or San Diego, Calif. (Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Randall A. Clinton / RELEASED)
NEW YORK -- Marines from 6th Communications Battalion, Marine Forces Reserve, march past a child saluting them in the annual New York Veterans Day parade, here, Nov. 11. This year marks the 92st Anniversary of The New York City Veterans Day Parade. The parade is hosted by the United War Veterans Council, Inc. on behalf of the City of New York. It is the oldest and largest of its kind in the nation. Since November 11, 1919, the parade has provided an opportunity for Americans and International visitors to honor those who have served in the nation’s largest city. Sgt. Dakota Meyer, the recently awarded Marine Medal of Honor recipient, rode in the parade. Major Gen. Melvin Spiese, Deputy Commanding General, I Marine Expeditionary Force, represented the Marine Corps as one of the reviewing officials of the parade. (Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Randall A. Clinton / RELEASED)
NEW YORK -- Marines from 6th Communications Battalion, Marine Forces Reserve, marched in the annual New York Veterans Day parade, here, Nov. 11. This year marks the 92st Anniversary of The New York City Veterans Day Parade. The parade is hosted by the United War Veterans Council, Inc. on behalf of the City of New York. It is the oldest and largest of its kind in the nation. Since November 11, 1919, the parade has provided an opportunity for Americans and International visitors to honor those who have served in the nation’s largest city. Sgt. Dakota Meyer, the recently awarded Marine Medal of Honor recipient, rode in the parade. Major Gen. Melvin Spiese, Deputy Commanding General, I Marine Expeditionary Force, represented the Marine Corps as one of the reviewing officials of the parade. (Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Randall A. Clinton / RELEASED)
NEW YORK -- Marines from 6th Communications Battalion, Marine Forces Reserve, marched in the annual New York Veterans Day parade, here, Nov. 11. This year marks the 92st Anniversary of The New York City Veterans Day Parade. The parade is hosted by the United War Veterans Council, Inc. on behalf of the City of New York. It is the oldest and largest of its kind in the nation. Since November 11, 1919, the parade has provided an opportunity for Americans and International visitors to honor those who have served in the nation’s largest city. Sgt. Dakota Meyer, the recently awarded Marine Medal of Honor recipient, rode in the parade. Major Gen. Melvin Spiese, Deputy Commanding General, I Marine Expeditionary Force, represented the Marine Corps as one of the reviewing officials of the parade. (Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Randall A. Clinton / RELEASED)
NEW YORK -- Marines from 6th Communications Battalion, Marine Forces Reserve, marched in the annual New York Veterans Day parade, here, Nov. 11. This year marks the 92st Anniversary of The New York City Veterans Day Parade. The parade is hosted by the United War Veterans Council, Inc. on behalf of the City of New York. It is the oldest and largest of its kind in the nation. Since November 11, 1919, the parade has provided an opportunity for Americans and International visitors to honor those who have served in the nation’s largest city. Sgt. Dakota Meyer, the recently awarded Marine Medal of Honor recipient, rode in the parade. Major Gen. Melvin Spiese, Deputy Commanding General, I Marine Expeditionary Force, represented the Marine Corps as one of the reviewing officials of the parade. (Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Randall A. Clinton / RELEASED)
NEW YORK -- Marines from 6th Communications Battalion, Marine Forces Reserve, marched in the annual New York Veterans Day parade, here, Nov. 11. This year marks the 92st Anniversary of The New York City Veterans Day Parade. The parade is hosted by the United War Veterans Council, Inc. on behalf of the City of New York. It is the oldest and largest of its kind in the nation. Since November 11, 1919, the parade has provided an opportunity for Americans and International visitors to honor those who have served in the nation’s largest city. Sgt. Dakota Meyer, the recently awarded Marine Medal of Honor recipient, rode in the parade. Major Gen. Melvin Spiese, Deputy Commanding General, I Marine Expeditionary Force, represented the Marine Corps as one of the reviewing officials of the parade. (Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Randall A. Clinton / RELEASED)
NEW YORK -- Marines from 2nd Battalion, 25 Marine Regiment, Marine Forces Reserve, carried a Toys For Tots banner in the annual New York Veterans Day parade, here, Nov. 11. This year marks the 92st Anniversary of The New York City Veterans Day Parade. The parade is hosted by the United War Veterans Council, Inc. on behalf of the City of New York. It is the oldest and largest of its kind in the nation. Since November 11, 1919, the parade has provided an opportunity for Americans and International visitors to honor those who have served in the nation’s largest city. Sgt. Dakota Meyer, the recently awarded Marine Medal of Honor recipient, rode in the parade. Major Gen. Melvin Spiese, Deputy Commanding General, I Marine Expeditionary Force, represented the Marine Corps as one of the reviewing officials of the parade. The Toys For Tots program collects unopened toys each Christmas season for less fortunate children, see http://www.toysfortots.org/ for more information. (Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Randall A. Clinton / RELEASED)
NEW YORK -- Sgt. Dakota Meyer, the most recent Medal of Honor recipient, participated in the 92st Anniversary of The New York City Veterans Day Parade, here, Nov. 11. Meyer is the only living Marine to be awarded the Medal of Honor for actions since Vietnam. In 2009, he made multiple trips into an intense firefight to try and save members of his team. The parade is hosted by the United War Veterans Council, Inc. on behalf of the City of New York. It is the oldest and largest of its kind in the nation. Since November 11, 1919, the parade has provided an opportunity for Americans and International visitors to honor those who have served in the nation’s largest city. Major Gen. Melvin Spiese, Deputy Commanding General, I Marine Expeditionary Force, represented the Marine Corps as one of the reviewing officials of the parade. (Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Randall A. Clinton / RELEASED)
NEW YORK -- Marine veteran, Cpl. Aaron Mankin, participated in the 92st Anniversary of The New York City Veterans Day Parade, here, Nov. 11. Makin was  On May 11th, 2005, he was wounded when the 26-ton amphibious assault vehicle he was traveling in rolled over an improvised explosive device and was propelled 10 feet in the air. He has undergone more than 60 surgeries and acts as a spokemen for wounded service members. The parade is hosted by the United War Veterans Council, Inc. on behalf of the City of New York. It is the oldest and largest of its kind in the nation. Since November 11, 1919, the parade has provided an opportunity for Americans and International visitors to honor those who have served in the nation’s largest city. Sgt. Dakota Meyer, the recently awarded Marine Medal of Honor recipient, rode in the parade. Major Gen. Melvin Spiese, Deputy Commanding General, I Marine Expeditionary Force, represented the Marine Corps as one of the reviewing officials of the parade. (Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Randall A. Clinton / RELEASED)