Recruiting Station Oklahoma City
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9th Marine Corps District
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

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Educators' Workshop April 2023

Educators from Recruiting Station (RS) Chicago, RS Des Moines, RS Kansas City and RS Oklahoma City, experience the one-week long Educators' Workshop...

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Physical Fitness Training

Permanent Contact Station (PCS) Shawnee poolees conduct physical training in Shawnee, OK, Dec. 29, 2022. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Esgar Rojas)

Recruiting Station Oklahoma City Leaders

Commanding Officer
Commanding Officer, Recruiting Station Oklahoma City

Major Gravelle reported to Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, South Carolina and graduated on

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Sergeant Major
Sergeant Major, Recruiting Station Oklahoma City

Sergeant Major Coffey was born on July 26, 1982, in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.  He enlisted in the

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The mission of Marine Corps Recruiting Station Oklahoma City is to supervise and administer the enlisted and officer procurement programs of the Regular and Reserve establishment and to perform such other tasks as may be directed by the Commandant of the Marine Corps.

301 NW 6TH ST SUITE 211
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK 73102

Executive Officer
Capt Joshua Rogers
405-306-1925

Operations Pool Program Specialist
SSgt Cody Gill
405-609-8754

Recruiter Instructor
MSgt Shawn Freeman
316-655-7471

Assistant Recruiter Instructor
GySgt Mark Haycraft
870-847-1531

Administration Chief
SSgt Conner Reeder
405-609-8771

Administration Clerk
Sgt Blanca Parra-Peralta
405-609-8766

Logistics & Supply Chief
GySgt Jose Escamilla
405-609-8769

Logistics & Supply Clerk
Sgt Tania Palmer
405-609-8769

Operations Clerk
Cpl Jerry Day
405-609-8758

Marketing & Communications
Sgt Lennon Dregoiw
405-609-8765

Officer Selection Station Norman
Capt. Robert Posadas
305 W Main St
Norman, OK 73069
Office: (405) 447-4809
Cell: (405) 306-7645

RSS Claremore
2030 S HWY 66
Claremore, OK 
(918) 341-1350 

RSS Fort Smith
177 Central Mall
Fort Smith, AR 
(479) 452-6001

RSS Midwest City
7201 SE 29th St
Midwest City, OK 
(405) 733-1117

RSS Oklahoma City North
4130 NW Expressway, Suite 100
Oklahoma City, OK 
(405) 842-6332

RSS Oklahoma City South
9208 S Western Ave, Suite C
Oklahoma City, OK 
(405) 378 0801

RSS Tulsa East
2410 W Kenosha St, Suite 113
Broken Arrow, OK
(918) 282-9793

RSS Tulsa South
8210 E Regal CT
Tulsa, OK 
(918) 250-5234

RSS Wichita North
7348 W 21st St, Suite 126A
Wichita, KS
(316) 943-5985

RSS Wichita South
8122 E Central
Wichita, KS
(316) 682-3174

PCS Bartlesville
2350 SE Washington Blvd
Bartlesville, OK
(918) 333-3968

PCS McAlester
520 S George Nigh EXPWY, Suite 100
McAlester, OK
(918) 423-2113

PCS Russellville
2752 E Parkway, Suite 3
Russellville, AR
(479) 968-2989

PCS Shawnee
1619 N Harrison St
Shawnee, OK
(405) 275-5846

PCS Norman
3625 W Main St, Suite 105
Norman, OK
(405) 360-2655

PCS Enid
2213 W Willow Rd
Enid, OK
(580) 237-4327

PCS Lawton
200 C Ave, Suite 95
Lawton, OK
(580) 353-5388

PCS Weatherford
300 N State St
Weatherford, OK
(580) 774-7929

PCS Stillwater
518 S Washington St
Stillwater, OK
(918) 682-3378

PCS Muskogee
501 N Main St
Muskogee, OK
(405) 624-0397

PCS Garden City
1811 E Mary St
Garden City, KS
(620) 271-9538

PCS Dodge City
1701 N 14th St, Suite H
Dodge City, KS
(620) 227-8751

Grow Where You’re Planted

19 Nov 2017 | Sgt. Marcela Diazdeleon 9th Marine Corps District

Shyness. 

That’s what Staff Sgt. Robert Atherton said when he was asked what the most difficult challenge he had to overcome during his first year of recruiting duty.

“I’ve been around Marines so much and I like how the Marine Corps operates so coming to recruiting duty was a different beast,” he said.

Atherton was awarded the Rookie Recruiter of the Year for Recruiting Station Oklahoma City for Fiscal Year 2017.  During this time, Atherton enlisted 21 men and women while, and sent 10  to recruit training to become Marines.

“I give credit to SSgt [Michael] Dougherty who taught me everything I know,” said Atherton. “I’m thankful that he saw my potential and taught me how to overcome my fear by forcing me to practice talking to people.  It all helped me to eventually improve.” 

During his first year, Atherton wrote two contracts on four separate months and three contracts on three separate months.  He helped Recruiting Substation Claremore successfully achieve mission accomplishment, and became the assisted staff noncommissioned officer in charge. 

Soon after, he became the RSS Claremore SNCOIC due to his drive, passion, and his wanting to help his fellow recruiters succeed. 

“Recruiting is the most challenging and the most rewarding job I have done,” Atherton said. “When opportunities arise, take them and above all, grow where you’re planted.”


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