234th Marine Corps Birthday

By Julie CurrenNovember 10, 2009

MAJ Tom Favor  performs the long-honored tradition of the Marine Corps Birthday Cake Cutting Ceremony.
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As is customary, the first piece of cake was presented to Mr. Philip Stotelmyer (right), the oldest Marine present, as a sign of respect and admiration for his honorable and faithful service to the Marine Corps.
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The Marines of JFHQ-NCR celebrate the 234th Birthday of the United States Marine Corps.
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Brig. Gen. Horst meets with Sgt. Lonnie Fullen, the youngest Marine present at the celebration.  Capt. Adam Hoffman (left) cuts the birthday cake.
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