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NEW YORK --  Sgt. Dakota Meyer, the first living Marine to be awarded the Medal of Honor for actions since Vietnam, asked the construction workers he met to sign his hard hat during a tour of the Freedom Tower Sept. 21. Meyer spoke at a ceremony at the National September 11 Memorial & Museum before touring the Freedom Tower. During his speech he told the audience of mostly veterans, firefighters, police and construction workers, "people have been calling me a hero a lot lately, but you are the real heroes... If this is what being a hero feels like, you can have it." For more information, visit www.dakotameyer.com. (Official Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Randall A. Clinton / RELEASED)
NEW YORK --  Sgt. Dakota Meyer, the first living Marine to be awarded the Medal of Honor for actions since Vietnam, wrote "For those who gave all. Semper Fi Dakota Meyer, USMC" on a beam in the Freedom Tower, Sept. 21. Meyer spoke at a ceremony at the National September 11 Memorial & Museum before touring the Freedom Tower. During his speech told he the audience of mostly veterans, firefighters, police and construction workers, "people have been calling me a hero a lot lately, but you are the real heroes... If this is what being a hero feels like, you can have it." For more information, visit www.dakotameyer.com. (Official Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Randall A. Clinton / RELEASED)
NEW YORK --  Sgt. Dakota Meyer, the first living Marine to be awarded the Medal of Honor for actions since Vietnam, signs a beam at the top of the Freedom Tower, Sept. 21.  Meyer spoke at a ceremony at the National September 11 Memorial & Museum before touring the Freedom Tower. During his speech he told the audience of mostly veterans, firefighters, police and construction workers, "people have been calling me a hero a lot lately, but you are the real heroes... If this is what being a hero feels like, you can have it." For more information, visit www.dakotameyer.com. (Official Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Randall A. Clinton / RELEASED)
NEW YORK --  Sgt. Dakota Meyer, the first living Marine to be awarded the Medal of Honor for actions since Vietnam, receives a sculpted USMC made from recovered World Trade Center steel, Sept. 21. Meyer spoke at a ceremony at the National September 11 Memorial & Museum before touring the Freedom Tower. During his speech he told the audience of mostly veterans, firefighters, police and construction workers, "people have been calling me a hero a lot lately, but you are the real heros... If this is what being a hero feels like, you can have it."(Official Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Randall A. Clinton / RELEASED)
Medal of Honor recipient Sgt. Dakota Meyer visits the Ground Zero Memorial in New York Sept. 21, 2011. Meyer is the first 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.
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. --  Sgt. Dakota Meyer, stands on the field while his Medal of Honor citation is read during a television time out in the New York Jets vs Jacksonville Jaguars game, at Metlife Stadium, here, Sept 18. 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. Meyer recently announced a campaign to He has also issued a "Challenge to America" to match his efforts and raise an additional $1 million to "Honor Marines by Educating their Children."  This challenge allows Americans to help wounded Marines from all conflicts, especially the past 10 years, and forever change their lives by investing in a Marine student's future. For more information visit, www.dakotameyer.com.  (Official Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Randall A. Clinton / RELEASED)
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. --  Sgt. Dakota Meyer, stands on the field while his Medal of Honor citation is read during a television time out in the New York Jets vs Jacksonville Jaguars game, at Metlife Stadium, here, Sept 18. 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. Meyer recently announced a campaign to He has also issued a "Challenge to America" to match his efforts and raise an additional $1 million to "Honor Marines by Educating their Children."  This challenge allows Americans to help wounded Marines from all conflicts, especially the past 10 years, and forever change their lives by investing in a Marine student's future. For more information visit, www.dakotameyer.com.  (Official Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Randall A. Clinton / RELEASED)
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. --  Sgt. Dakota Meyer, stands on the field while his Medal of Honor citation is read during a television time out in the New York Jets vs Jacksonville Jaguars game, at Metlife Stadium, here, Sept 18. 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. Meyer recently announced a campaign to He has also issued a "Challenge to America" to match his efforts and raise an additional $1 million to "Honor Marines by Educating their Children."  This challenge allows Americans to help wounded Marines from all conflicts, especially the past 10 years, and forever change their lives by investing in a Marine student's future. For more information visit, www.dakotameyer.com.  (Official Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Randall A. Clinton / RELEASED)
The crew of USS New York man the rails and present honors to the Ground Zero site, here, Sept. 8, as the ship arrives in Manhattan. The amphibious transport dock ship USS New York's crew will participate in numerous events throughout the city honoring the victims and responders from the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. Onboard are, family members of victims and first responders from 9/11, along with the crew and Marines from 3rd Battalion, 9th Marine Regiment, based in Camp Lejeune, N.C. The ship was built with 7.5 tons of steel recovered from Ground Zero. The ship is scheduled to be pier side in Manhattan Sept. 8-9 and will anchor in the Hudson River Sept. 10-12. On Sept. 11, the USS New York will move from its anchorage in the Hudson River to a location within sight of the World Trade Center.
The crew of USS New York man the rails and present honors to the Ground Zero site, here, Sept. 8, as the ship arrives in Manhattan. The amphibious transport dock ship USS New York's crew will participate in numerous events throughout the city honoring the victims and responders from the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. Onboard are, family members of victims and first responders from 9/11, along with the crew and Marines from 3rd Battalion, 9th Marine Regiment, based in Camp Lejeune, N.C. The ship was built with 7.5 tons of steel recovered from Ground Zero. The ship is scheduled to be pier side in Manhattan Sept. 8-9 and will anchor in the Hudson River Sept. 10-12. On Sept. 11, the USS New York will move from its anchorage in the Hudson River to a location within sight of the World Trade Center.
Staff Sergeant Rico Selbo plays along with the 2nd Marine Air Wing Band in the rain next to New York Vietnam Veterans Memorial here, Sept. 7. Selbo reenlisted in the Marine Corps earlier in the day overlooking the World Trade Center site. On Sept. 11, 2001 the San Antonio-native was 17 years old and reciting his oath of enlistment at a Military Entrance Processing Station in Texas when the twin towers were attacked. Ten years later, the Iraq War veteran Marine clarinetist asked to extend his service in the Marine Corps near Ground Zero. Selbo is a member of the 2nd Marine Air Wing Band stationed at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, N.C. The band is in New York to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11th terrorist attacks.
NEW YORK -- Marines presented the American Flag during the opening ceremony at the US Open Tournament in Arthur Ashe Stadium, Aug. 29. The Marines from 6th Communications Battalion, 4th Marine Logistics Group, Marine Forces Reserve are stationed in Floyd Bennett Field, Brooklyn, New York and unfurl the flag annually for the last tennis major of the year for the Grand Slam. Novak Djokovic and Caroline Wozniacki entered the tournament as the top ranked male and female player. Play was delayed two hours as crews finished clearing debris Hurricane Irene left in its wake along the previous day. (Official Marine Corps photo by John Manley / RELEASED)
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NEW YORK - A Marine with the  24th Marine Expeditionary Unit, bows his head and reflects in the shadow of the Ground Zero construction site,  May 31. Marines with the 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit led a run to Ground Zero. The majority of Marines with the 24th MEU joined the Marine Corps after the attacks of Sept. 11. More than 3,000 Marines, Sailors and Coast Guardsmen in the area participating in community outreach events and equipment demonstrations as part of Fleet Week New York 2011. This is the 27th year New York has hosted the sea services for Fleet Week. (Official Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Michael Petersheim / RELEASED)
NEW YORK - Marines with the 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit led a run to Ground Zero, May 31. The majority of Marines with the 24th MEU joined the Marine Corps after the attacks of Sept. 11. More than 3,000 Marines, Sailors and Coast Guardsmen in the area participating in community outreach events and equipment demonstrations as part of Fleet Week New York 2011. This is the 27th year New York has hosted the sea services for Fleet Week. (Official Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Randall A. Clinton / RELEASED)
NEW YORK - Marines with the  24th Marine Expeditionary Unit, listen to their commander, Col. Frank Donovan, next to the Ground Zero construction site, May 31. Marines with the 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit led a run to Ground Zero. The majority of Marines with the 24th MEU joined the Marine Corps after the attacks of Sept. 11. More than 3,000 Marines, Sailors and Coast Guardsmen in the area participating in community outreach events and equipment demonstrations as part of Fleet Week New York 2011. This is the 27th year New York has hosted the sea services for Fleet Week. (Official Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Karim Delgado / RELEASED)::r::::n::::r::::n::
NEW YORK - A Marine with the  24th Marine Expeditionary Unit, bows his head and reflects in the shadow of the Ground Zero construction site,  May 31. Marines with the 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit led a run to Ground Zero. The majority of Marines with the 24th MEU joined the Marine Corps after the attacks of Sept. 11. More than 3,000 Marines, Sailors and Coast Guardsmen in the area participating in community outreach events and equipment demonstrations as part of Fleet Week New York 2011. This is the 27th year New York has hosted the sea services for Fleet Week. (Official Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Karim Delgado / RELEASED)
Marines with the 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit led a run to Ground Zero, May 31. The majority of Marines with the 24th MEU joined the Marine Corps after the attacks of Sept. 11. More than 3,000 Marines, Sailors and Coast Guardsmen in the area participating in community outreach events and equipment demonstrations as part of Fleet Week New York 2011. This is the 27th year New York has hosted the sea services for Fleet Week.
NEW YORK - Major Gen. Richard Mills, a Huntington, N.Y., native, salutes a Memorial Day wreath laid at the Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument, May 30. More than 3,000 Marines, Sailors and Coast Guardsmen in the area participating in community outreach events and equipment demonstrations as part of Fleet Week New York 2011. This is the 27th year New York has hosted the sea services for Fleet Week. (Official Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Randall A. Clinton / RELEASED)
NEW YORK - Major Gen. Richard Mills, a Huntington, N.Y., native, returns a salute to Harlem Youth Marine Cadets during a Memorial Day wreath laying ceremony at the Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument, May 30. More than 3,000 Marines, Sailors and Coast Guardsmen in the area participating in community outreach events and equipment demonstrations as part of Fleet Week New York 2011. This is the 27th year New York has hosted the sea services for Fleet Week. (Official Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Randall A. Clinton / RELEASED)\