Philippines 2008, BBQ organized between the MEU/ 3/1 and the Philippine Marines at the end of (I forget the name) training thingy. (Hey, I was just a computer tech, I don’t remember the names of all the operations.) Worst two-ish weeks of not bathing, ever. On the upside, do to a minor heat injury I spent most of the time on nightwatch.
Marine Sgt. Andrew Reid, 341st Training Squadron instructor at Lackland AFB, Texas, places Lance Cpl. William H. Crouse IV’s placard on the memorial wall. Crouse was one of six working dog handlers who were killed in action and honored during the ceremony. (U.S. Air Force photo/Robbin Cresswell)
U.S. Marine Cpl. Miroslav Kazimir stands up with the help of his wife Marcela while visiting a grave at the National Cemetery on Memorial Day on May 28, 2012 in Arlington, Virginia. He had come to visit the grave of Marine Sgt. Sean Callahan who died in an IED attack in Afghanistan in April, 2011, the same attack that severely damaged both of Zazimir’s legs. He is currently undergoing long-term therapy at the military hospital in Bethesda, MD. (John Moore/Getty Images)
Mostly because I’m bored…but a little bit because I saw the second gif and couldn’t think of a better situation to apply it to.
When we met our Platoon Staff (Sergeant Instructors) at Pickup
how sleep deprivation made us act
How we felt when we graduated
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Scarily accurate. He has a perfect facial expression for literally every situation. I take no credit for the gifs.
Uniting A Nation by United States Marine Corps Official Page Sgt. Julie Nicholson, Female Engagement Team leader, Marine Headquarters Group, I Marine Expeditionary Force, shakes hands with an Afghan child during a mission in Helmand Province, Afghanistan. Nicholson’s team conducts searches of Afghan women and children and gains information from the women who are not permitted to interact with men outside of their families.
(U.S Army photo by Sgt. Frank Thompson) http://flic.kr/p/cvGfM5