Click on the picture for a remarkable short story of a warrior who continues to inspire. Time for a C-Gar
I can tell you, when you think you have seen it all, your young Marines continue to out do themselves, in combat and garison. Seriously, they know how to do some funny stuff and also how to bring a new level of face palm to the equation too often as well. Regardless, ya got to love em. Time for a C-Gar
How much could a Marine Corps fighter cost? That was probably one of the questions running through 21-year-old Lance Cpl. Howard Foote’s mind as the enlisted flight mechanic climbed into an unarmed A4M Skyhawk in the middle of a July night. Read more here
There are many struggles as you go through life, Arnold, gives you some good pointers above. Time for a C-Gar
“This was the final flight on our deployment. During the final flight, people tend to push the boundaries because the deployment is over. Getting close to the exhaust on launch is a kind of “right of passage” Read more here
I hope you all have a happy a safe New Year! Be safe and be grateful for what you have and strive to be the best in all aspects of your life!
My back is sore,knees hurt, sometimes i dont feel like working out then I saw this warrior in the gym today.
Be grateful for what you have and never let your fears be stronger than your dreams.
Time for a C-Gar
What happens when you feel like a billy bad ass, try to show the world how much "bad assery" you maintain? A bigger bad ass shows up. Read the below story of the SR71 and how it, on one afternoon put several "bad asses" in check. Time for a C-Gar
Ripping across the barren deserts 80,000 feet below us, I could already see the coast of California from the Arizona border. I was, finally, after many humbling months of simulators and study, ahead of the jet. Read more here