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Photo Gallery: Super Bowl party for 500 Marines in Newport Beach

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Marines from Camp Pendleton cheer as they watch the Super Bowl at Sunday’s all-day party at American Legion Post 291 in Newport Beach.

 (Photo by Jeff Antenore)
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Retired Marine Phil Gorman of Corona, a Rams fan, chats with active-duty Camp Pendleton Marine Sgt. Casey Walker, a Patriots fan, as they watch the Super Bowl on Sunday during a party at American Legion Post 291 in Newport Beach.

 (Photo by Jeff Antenore)
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Corona del Mar residents Julie and Gary Crisp, owners of Costa Mesa-based Crisp Imaging, hold a raffle for $10,000 in cash and prizes during the Super Bowl party they threw Sunday in Newport Beach for active-duty and retired military members.

 (Photo by Jeff Antenore)
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Active-duty Camp Pendleton Marines and retired military members watch the Super Bowl during an all-day party Sunday at Newport Beach’s American Legion Post 291.

 (Photo by Jeff Antenore)
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Emcee Manny Montanez, second from right, an Army veteran and Purple Heart recipient, presents a cash prize to Shane Summers, an active-duty Camp Pendleton Marine, during a halftime raffle at Sunday’s Super Bowl viewing party presented by Gary and Julie Crisp at American Legion Post 291 in Newport Beach.

 (Photo by Jeff Antenore)
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Newport Beach Mayor Diane Dixon welcomes active and retired military members to Sunday’s Super Bowl party at American Legion Post 291.

 (Photo by Jeff Antenore)
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Marine Cpl. Brent Murphy shows the New England Patriots helmet signed by quarterback Tom Brady that he won in a raffle during Sunday’s Super Bowl viewing party at American Legion Post 291 in Newport Beach.

 (Photo by Jeff Antenore)
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Marine Sgt. Kyle Checketts gets a massage from Jennifer Delarosa from A Few Good Hands during a Super Bowl party Sunday at American Legion Post 291 in Newport Beach.

 (Photo by Jeff Antenore)
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Marine Lance Cpls. Vince Apopaca, left, and Jeff Rude are on the edge of their seats as they watch a pivotal play in the Super Bowl during a viewing party Sunday at American Legion Post 291 in Newport Beach.

 (Photo by Jeff Antenore)
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Marines from Camp Pendleton, including one wearing a New England Patriots jersey with the number of quarterback Tom Brady, watch the Patriots’ Super Bowl victory Sunday during an all-day party at Newport Beach’s American Legion Post 291.

 (Photo by Jeff Antenore)
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