Their final stand and sacrifice all took place in a matter of seconds.
18 years after the invasion of Iraq, a Marine looks back on his role in the whirlwind march to Baghdad.
Yes this is real.
"The more people who are familiar with the training, the more lives we can save."
"We’re expecting Murry to be out for only eight to 10 weeks, compared to years with previous techniques."
“If you want this, you will have to compete for this slot all over again.”
“[Leaders] don’t give a shit. They flat-out saw she was suicidal and needed help … They left a Marine behind."
This time of year marks the anniversary of one of the most storied battles in recent Marine Corps history: the … Continued
On November 7, 2020, Marines with Guard Company responded to an accident at the corner of 9th & I Streets … Continued
"We carried the disbelief and anger like a boulder chained around our necks."
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