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When I first saw this picture, I thought that the man carrying the children was their father. Now I realize that he was not related to them by blood, but by nationality. He is an American. They are American children. He is not their father, he is their protector. He’s a United States Marine.”

When I first saw this picture, I thought that the man carrying the children was their father. Now I realize that he was not related to them by blood, but by nationality. He is an American. They are American children. He is not their father, he is their protector. He’s a United States Marine.”

words can't even describe.  This happens. You just have to believe the wind moves at these moments.

words can't even describe. This happens. You just have to believe the wind moves at these moments.

Maybe our little one will be a Marine like daddy...who knows :) - Post Jobs, Tell Others and Become a Sponsor at www.HireAVeteran.com

Maybe our little one will be a Marine like daddy...who knows :) - Post Jobs, Tell Others and Become a Sponsor at www.HireAVeteran.com

A Marine Gets the Last Laugh and Writes His Own Obituary. Walter George Bruhl Jr, a Korean War Vet wrote, jested: “Walt was preceded in death by his tonsils and adenoids in 1935, a spinal disc in 1975, a large piece of his thyroid gland in 1988 and his prostate on March 27th 2000,” he wrote. See article for more.

A Marine Gets the Last Laugh and Writes His Own Obituary. Walter George Bruhl Jr, a Korean War Vet wrote, jested: “Walt was preceded in death by his tonsils and adenoids in 1935, a spinal disc in 1975, a large piece of his thyroid gland in 1988 and his prostate on March 27th 2000,” he wrote. See article for more.

Meet the wonderful "Wings Over Wendy's" crew: For the past ten years, a group of military veterans have met each Monday morning to share a bite to eat and swap war stories at a Los Angeles-area Wendy’s fast-food restaurant. Initially starting with just two veterans — both airmen who served in World War II — the “Wings Over Wendy’s” (WOW) crew has grown to include more than 100 veterans from all branches of the Armed Forces.

Meet the Wonderful “Wings Over Wendy’s” Crew

Meet the wonderful "Wings Over Wendy's" crew: For the past ten years, a group of military veterans have met each Monday morning to share a bite to eat and swap war stories at a Los Angeles-area Wendy’s fast-food restaurant. Initially starting with just two veterans — both airmen who served in World War II — the “Wings Over Wendy’s” (WOW) crew has grown to include more than 100 veterans from all branches of the Armed Forces.

Cpl. Christopher B Farias is congratulated by MG Bailey, 1st MarDiv, after a ceremony May 18. Farias received the Navy Cross for bravery for actions in Afghanistan. Farias and his squad were struck by a 73-mm recoilless rifle & received fire from 3 enemy positions. Farias received a concussion and was wounded but exposed himself on a rooftop to direct fire, allowing others to be evacuated. Farias remained in the fight until an airstrike ended the engagement.   by Cpl Novotny, USMC

Cpl. Christopher B Farias is congratulated by MG Bailey, 1st MarDiv, after a ceremony May 18. Farias received the Navy Cross for bravery for actions in Afghanistan. Farias and his squad were struck by a 73-mm recoilless rifle & received fire from 3 enemy positions. Farias received a concussion and was wounded but exposed himself on a rooftop to direct fire, allowing others to be evacuated. Farias remained in the fight until an airstrike ended the engagement. by Cpl Novotny, USMC

Not all wounds are visible. Marine overcomes traumatic brian injury to succeed at the 2013 Warrior Games.

Not all wounds are visible. Marine overcomes traumatic brian injury to succeed at the 2013 Warrior Games.

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