See America, one person CAN make a difference and do great things.This warrior put her motivation to use and not only changed a school but changed life for a deployed warrior. There IS hope for America.Time for a C-Gar!
As I sit back in America, enjoying a nice cigar and jack I look around and watch people and shake my head. So many people take for granted for what we have in the US. So many think expect the luxuries we have here. Forget the nice things like electricity and fresh water but no many demand all of the additional luxuries we have that so many do not. Yet, they forget so quickly who paid that price to go and keep evil away from America.
Military working dogs are heroes. Many see them here and there, many may think ooohhh nice doggy but trust me this dog is a weapon, sensor, friend and yes, warrior. There have been to many deployments where I see working dogs saving lives and right beside their fellow Marines. Who doesn’t like dogs? Really C’mon people, ok maybe those lil fuzzy white dogs with bows in their hair but have you ever seen one of those spoil an IED? Nope. Never will you hear a dog in Afghanistan called “sniffels” get the command to search a building………um no. We had numerous dogs working with us. It’s too often these warriors don’t get the fame they deserve. Time for a C-Gar
Regimental Combat Team 7, commanded by Col. Austin Renforth, will redeploy to Twentynine Palms, Calif., after more than 10 months downrange, Renforth said. The unit oversaw Marine ground combat operations across Helmand province, where Marine forces have based the majority of their operations in Afghanistan since 2008.
It's not what you do when you get knocked down, it's what you do right after you get up - Motto Monday
Just in case you were “distracted” it’s good that you visit One Marine’s View among other kick ass MilBlogs to get the word and todays NSN (No Shit News) is that there are a shit ton of Marines, 900ish Soldiers and a bunch of F16s still sitting in Jordan following Exercise Eager Lion.