Corporal Joshua Murray
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Corporal Murray has been involved with public service since he was 15 years old, having been a Keene Fire Explorer.
At the age of 17 he enlisted in the United States Marine Corps through the Delayed Entry Program. In June of 2004 he went to Parris Island, SC for three months of Recruit Training, eventually graduating in September of 2004. In October of the same year he went to Camp Geiger, NC for the School of Infantry, and graduated from there in December of 2004. Corporal Murray was the assigned to the 3rd Battalion, 2ndMarines, 2nd Marine Division, Kilo Company located at Camp Lejeune, NC as an Infantryman. In February of 2005, he was deployed on his first combat trip to Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
During his time in the Marine Corps, he would successfully deploy on three combat tours in Iraq, and make his way to the rank of Corporal. He has receive several Certificate of Commendations for actions that went above and beyond regular duty in support of combat operations, Good Conduct Medal; Navy and Marine Corps Meritorious Service Medal, and the Presidential Unit Citation for unit actions on my first deployment.
After being honorably discharged from the Marine Corps, Corporal Murray obtained his National certification as an EMT-Basic, as well as, a New Hampshire State License. He then worked his way to the rank of Lieutenant.
Corporal Murray is a graduate of the 162nd NH Police Academy. He is the department Quartermaster, Glock Certified Armorer, PepperBall Armorer, QuikClot Instructor, ECSI Instructor, Field Training Officer, EMT, and patrol supervisor.