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Thread: Sum It Up
03-26-08, 06:04 PM #61
03-26-08, 06:08 PM #62
It is the privilege to serve in a culture that values Honor, Courage, and Commitment.
03-26-08, 06:53 PM #63
There are some who will never understand our culture and our ethos. For them, there are alternatives.... We call them the "sister" services. Please keep your bearing and know that although many aspire to be Marines, many cannot. Even within our ranks, there are those that have not embraced fundamental concepts such as honor, loyalty and commitment. In time, as it has always been in our Corps' history, these individuals will be seen for their shortcomings and most certainly, will not have a page in the history books that is the legacy of our Corps.
Straight-shooter, Marine Corps Recruiter! (Retired)
03-26-08, 07:09 PM #64Originally Posted by Sixguns
03-26-08, 07:23 PM #65
my future way of life.
03-26-08, 07:30 PM #66
Free Food,,,,,,, Woo Hoo!!!
03-26-08, 08:03 PM #67
That food is not free. haha
03-26-08, 08:05 PM #68Originally Posted by cfranco89
03-26-08, 08:14 PM #69
I never opened my wallet for all I could eat,,,,, free enough. My roof was free, my hot water was free [when I could get it}, Don't remember paying a sewer tax, or a garbage bill, or an elect bill. When I say free, bear with me, 'cause I've got nothing but lovin free now.
03-26-08, 08:18 PM #70Originally Posted by sparkie
03-26-08, 09:16 PM #71
The United States Marine Corp is an oppurtunity to serve my country while being part of the largest and most honorable fraternity on the face of the earth.
03-26-08, 09:52 PM #72
Originally Posted by JJA1990
03-26-08, 09:57 PM #73
03-26-08, 09:58 PM #74
The Marine Corps is the most elite fraternity of men and women who live by honor, courage, and committment, to serve as protectors, liberators, and warriors.
03-26-08, 09:58 PM #75Originally Posted by Marine84
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