First City Rifle Corps, Explorer Post 124

Military Explorer Post 124 One of the original Military outfits for teens to turn them into men or women. We Build Leaders!

Mission: The First City Rifle Corps produces competent small unit leaders who are confident in their abilities to lead and overcome any and all obstacles to accomplish any mission. The FCRC promotes the instruction and training of the youth to improve and develop their knowledge of the American military and aid in the choice of, or rejection, of a military career. Necessarily included is the development of the attributes of responsibility, punctuality and courtesy undeniably valuable to adult life in every career and vocation.

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First City Rifle Corps, Explorer Post 124

“I worked on my weaknesses and made them my strengths.” Sydney Leroux Dwyer

“I worked on my weaknesses and made them my strengths.” Sydney Leroux Dwyer

First City Rifle Corps, Explorer Post 124

First City Rifle Corps: Preparing future leaders for tomorrow.

First City Rifle Corps: Preparing future leaders for tomorrow.

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First City Rifle Corps, Explorer Post 124

No better way to spend an April day than training...

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Rifleman Parks uses a map to determine his location while participating in a compass course. Navigation with a map and compass is an important skill taught at FCRC. Rifleman will be able to navigate to a specific point, within ten meters, during day or night conditions.

James Abrego will be buried on Wednesday, June 6th, at 2:02 PM. He will be interred at Riverside National Cemetery, 22495 Van Buren Boulevard, Riverside, CA 92518, station area #9. Following the burial, there will be a gathering at a local VFW for food and beverages. Exact location to be determined.

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Click here to support James Abrego Family fund organized by Gabe Nava

It is with a heavy heart that we announce the passing of FCRC alumni and US Army veteran, James Abrego. On Thursday, May 24, 2018, James suffered a stroke, which caused injuries he later succumbed to. He was taken off of life support on Saturday, May 26. He is survived by his wife, Eunice, and daughter, Penelope.
James was well loved, had a good heart, and was full of determination. He did not quit. He strived for success and to take care of his family. There was a very large showing of support at the hospital by his friends, former coworkers, and FCRC brothers. Eunice thanks FCRC members for their support.
If you wish to help the Abrego family in this trying time, use the link below to donate to a GoFundMe set up for his family.
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gofundme.com On Thursday, May 24, 2018, James suffered a medical emergency leaving his family in immediate need of assistance. At the moment there are not many details available but wanted to get the ball rolling to support his daughter and wife during this difficult time.

The First City Rifle Corps is saddened to announce alumni Marine LtCol Adam Collier has passed away this week. His service will be held this Friday at Brother's Westwood Village Memorial Park and Mortuary 1218 Glendon Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90024. The viewing will begin at 1200 and then the service will commence at 1300. There may be a luncheon afterward.

New Rifleman participate in their first 10k "Ruck." Just because it's Holiday "break" does not mean you can skip Physical Fitness. Get outside and be active.

Happy New Year! New changes and Uniform will be coming soon. We resume our regularly scheduled meetings starting January 9th. If you're a motivated youth that has graduated the 8th grade and are between the ages of 14-18 yrs old. Are of good moral standing and character...message us to drop in for a orientation.

During weapons familiarization training, a rifleman engages targets from varying distances. Training like this instills the fundamentals of marksmanship, as well as discipline and safety. Riflemen are held to highest standards of firearm safety.

Riflemen, after completing classes on land navigation, particulate in a compass "Star course" to validate skills learned in the classroom.

Riflemen under the cover of darkness learn to plot 8 digits grid coordinates to prepare for their upcoming Land Nav evaluation.

LCDR Robert Feely will be laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery on July 5th 2017 at 3pm. For those that wish to attend please message for further details.

You only live twice:
Once when you are born
And once when you look death in the face. - Ian Fleming
This past weekend Rifleman utilizing Swiss Seats rappelled off of a 30ft face at Stoney Point Park.

"Experience teaches only the teachable." - Aldous Huxley
Riflemen and FCRC Staff teaching Army Reservists how to tie a "Swiss Seat" prior to conducting Rappelling training at Stoney Point, CA

"Pain is the greatest teacher." #tbt 2012 Recondo team receiving instruction from a tabbed FCRC alumni in Close Quarters Battle. #rememberthegoodtimes

Orientation meeting for youth and Parents tonight May 30th at 1830 (630pm) Fire station 87 10124 Balboa Blvd, North Hills, CA 91344 Parking is available next door in the shopping center. We will be in the Community Room in the back and look forward to meeting parents as well as committed and motivated youth that are looking to challenge themselves. If you have any questions feel free to message us.

[05/09/17]   Unless otherwise directed Col Feely graveside service at Arlington National Cemetery on 7-5-17 at 3 p.m. We await the final confirmation but we are sure this date and time are set.

Riflemen reload and communicate while conducting an ambush as an OpFor unit.

Riflemen set up cots for a brief rest, before rising early, to play Opfor (Opposing Force) for an Army Reserve Unit.

[04/19/17]   This Saturday April 22nd at 1100hrs will be a memorial service for LTC Feely at 11071 Columbus Ave
Mission Hills, California 91345. LTC Feely in lieu of flowers requested donations to First City Rifle Corps. Checks can be made out to FCRC Post 124, Mailed to FCRC c/o Neldy Herman, PO Bx 5077, Sherman Oaks, CA. 91413.

"From one thing, know ten thousand things"- Miyamoto Musashi
Riflemen learning how to zero their rifles in the prone supported position during this month's field training.

"A day spent outside is never wasted."

"Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country." - John F. Kennedy

[04/06/17]   To All Alumni of the First City Rifle Corps, It is my sad duty to announce the LTC Robert Feely Passed Away on the morning of March 30th 2017. He died in his sleep. LTC Feely's Memorial will be held on the 22 APR at 11:00 AM at the Utter McKinley S.F. Mission Mortuary -LTC Terry Lee

Rifleman plot routes and coordinates in preparation for their Day Land Navigation Training.

[01/10/17]   Reminder: Today is our first meeting of 2017 in the community room at Fire Station 87. We hope to see you there 1830.

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A Learning for Life program that offers young men and women between the ages of 16 to 18 the opportunity to experience military training while guiding them to be better citizens

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Tuesday 09:00 - 21:00
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