Monday, October 24, 2016

GCF: Marine Inspection


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GCF: Marine Inspection

As a Marine Captain stationed in Okinawa, Japan, I was accompanying
the assistant commandant on his inspection of the troops.

To break the silence, the general would ask some of the Marines
standing at attention which outfit they were serving with. Ramrod
straight, each would respond, "Marine Air Group 36, sir," or "Second
Marine Division, General."

But near the end of the inspection, when the general asked a young
private, "Which outfit are you in?"

The young Marine replied, "Dress blues, sir, with medals!"

----------- Today's saying or thought -------------------------

When I see lovers' names carved in a tree, I don't think it's cute.
I just find it strange how many people have knives on a date.


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