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

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)

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)

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)

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)

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)

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)

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)

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)

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)

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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