Lt. Sarah Ballard is a flight surgeon for the United States Navy. During her previous deployment to Iraq and current tour in Afghanistan, she has earned infinite gratitude and respect from United States Marines.

Sarah Ballard is a flight surgeon in the U. During her previous deployment to Iraq and current tour in Afghanistan, she has earned infinite gratitude and respect of the United States Marines. We salute you Lt.

It would be a bad idea! ~ RADICAL Rational American's Defending Individual Choice And Liberty

Don't fuck with someone who is willing to die in combat. It would be a bad idea! ~ RADICAL Rational American's Defending Individual Choice And Liberty

The Last Stand of Fox Company: A True Story of U.S. Marines in Combat  by Bob Drury, Tom Clavin

During the Korean War, 234 heroic marines from Fox Company, First Division, held off a force of Chinese soldiers in subzero weather to secure the Toktong Pass. This is their story.

Yes, I am a United States Marine. After graduating boot camp in '05, our son served 7 overseas tours in his first 8 years, in support of Operations Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom.

Yes, I am a United States Marine. After Boot Camp graduation in our son served 7 overseas combat tours within his first 8 years of service to Afghanistan, Iraq & Qatar. He currently serves as Airframes Division Officer, MAW.

Marines in Combat | 1st Reconnaissance Battalion | Afghanistan

A couple of Marines firing upon a target in Afghanistan. While one has a fairly modified the other has an interesting, rarely seen rifle nowadays. He has the USMC DMR.

Some of us wear a uniform and combat boots on the streets of our neighborhoods....Fighting evil here at home...Be safe, sisters!

"This is a shout out to our brothers known as sisters by so many other pages. Military Minds Inc supports our females who serve our nations with honour and Combat Action Female Veterans.

‘I’m too stubborn to die’: One Marine’s proud, painful recovery after losing his legs in combat http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/checkpoint/wp/2014/06/05/im-too-stubborn-to-die-one-marines-proud-painful-recovery-after-losing-his-legs-in-combat/

‘I’m too stubborn to die’: One Marine’s proud, painful recovery after losing his legs in combat

Michael Egan, USMC 'I'm too stubborn to die': One Marine's proud, painful recovery after losing his legs in combat

U.S. Marines pose on top of enemy pillbox on Iwo Jima with a captured Japanese flag.

Marines pose on top of enemy pillbox on Iwo Jima with a captured Japanese flag.

1945-Marines in combat on southern Okinawa. A .30-caliber light machine gun lays down fire support for an infantry attack. These automatic weapons were crucial elements in the rifle company's operations.

1945 – Marines in combat on southern Okinawa. A light machine gun lays down fire support for an infantry attack. These automatic weapons were crucial elements in the rifle company's operations

We the U.S. Marines in this organization are organized in Berserkir Hirðir (Units) in line with ancestral Norse traditions. Our capabilities as fighters are good enough that we are able to protect our clients and their assets very effectively, and lethally, as required.     All without the use of mushrooms. Because traditionally men were always capable of reaching exceptional feats in combat. It was part of their DNA.     With pussification of modern society, however, headed by feminism and…

We the U.S. Marines in this organization are organized in Berserkir Hirðir (Units) in line with ancestral Norse traditions. Our capabilities as fighters are good enough that we are able to protect our clients and their assets very effectively, and lethally, as required. All without the use of mushrooms. Because traditionally men were always capable of reaching exceptional feats in combat. It was part of their DNA. With pussification of modern society, however, headed by feminism and…

Dale Adam Dye (Class of '81) (born October 8, 1944) is an American actor, presenter, businessman, and retired U.S. Marine captain who served in combat during the Vietnam War. Dye is what is known in military parlance as a "mustang", i.e., someone who began as an enlisted service member and earned their commission after enlistment, in Dye's case rising all the way from Private to Captain.

Here’s how Hollywood legend Dale Dye earned the Bronze Star for heroism in Vietnam

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