Sgt. Davis reminded me that Marines are part of something greater than themselves and that we are not alone.
Over time I realized that resilience was not a stain-repellent. Just because you can take something doesn’t mean you should have to.
Had I been shot in the kneecap and collected compensation for loss of full use of my leg, I would feel less guilty about compensation.
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Defense attorneys alleged unlawful command influence, that Marines denied the defendant due process. Judge described Corps’ behavior as “a step too far.”
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The thieves stole nearly $460,000. Then the Treasury awarded them another five-year contract, despite IG audits revealing alleged fraud and mismanagement.
A revered infantry officer was fired after a “credible” investigation of domestic violence. Marine generals forced a military spokesman to cover it up.
“Kelly told the human stories of soldiers, sailors, airmen, Marines, and families who were suffering, so we as a nation would not, and could not, forget.”
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