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Marine Corps Veteran takes oath of office as a police officer

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  City councillors voted 9-0 to swear in a Marine Corps veteran as a police officer during Monday’s City Council meeting at City Hall.

  Police Officer Daniel Armstrong took an oath of office offered by City Clerk Sergio Cornelio. His friend and fellow Marine, Adam Ivancic, who served with him in South Korea and the Philippines, pinned his badge.

  “I’m really excited and grateful for the opportunity to serve,” Armstrong said. “I look forward to interacting with community members.”

  He lives in Acton but plans to move to Everett. Armstrong graduated from the West Boylston Police Academy and earned a degree in criminology at St. Michael’s College in Vermont.

Shown from left to right: Police Chief Steven Mazzie, newly sworn in Police Officer Daniel Armstrong and his friend, Adam Ivancic, who pinned his badge.
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City Clerk Sergio Cornelio swore in Police Officer Daniel Armstrong.
Adam Ivancic pinned his fellow Marine, Police Officer Daniel Armstrong, on Monday at City Hall.
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Police Officer Daniel Armstrong (at right) was accompanied by his friend, Adam Ivancic.
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Shown from left to right: Councillor-at-Large John Hanlon, Ward 6 Councillor Alfred Lattanzi, Ward 3 Councillor Darren Costa, Ward 1 Councillor Wayne Matewsky, City Council President/Councillor-at-Large Michael Marchese, newly sworn in Police Officer Daniel Armstrong, his friend Adam Ivancic, Police Chief Steven Mazzie, Councillor-at-Large Richard Dell Isola, Councillor-at-Large Irene Cardillo, Ward 2 Councillor Stephanie Martins and Ward 5 Councillor Vivian Nguyen during Monday’s council meeting.

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