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Category Archives: Marines
From Marines Magazine Article By Cpl. Colby Brown Sgt. Nathan Foersch sights in on something suspicious during a security patrol here, Sept. 30. Foersch, a native of San Diego, is the squad leader of 3rd Squad, 4th Platoon, Alpha Company, … Continue reading
This fits into the “What’s your excuse?” files.
Credit goes to Marines magazine for this article. Article By Cpl. Jacob D. Osborne A common event in strongman competitions, the tire flip, is one unconventional workout that will truly take every muscle in your body to complete. But it … Continue reading
I think it is time for a Monday theme day. Let’s try this one for a while and see how it goes. To kick this off we have a story that has been floating around for a few years that … Continue reading
Ah, time for a little clip from The Gunny.
When I first started getting interested in history I gravitated toward the stories of World War II. Watching Victory at Sea, The World at War, and so on. As I grew into my teens and started to really have to … Continue reading
Faith. Trust. Loyalty. It is something that is earned, and has a different meaning for those that have earned that EGA, than it’s meaning to the rest of America.
I think it has been a while since I posted any gratuitous Marine Corps footage. Here’s a little Force Recon action for you….
A little bit of a different view into the Marine Corps Ball. No commentary from me, draw your own conclusions from this one.