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I'm going to support him with whatever decision he makes, but honestly - the Marines scair me. The boy has a huge heart and the most patriotic of any 18 year old I've ever known, I know being a solder and serving is his dream.
I'm also smart enough to know that the media spins so much and focuses on the negatives, they aren't best friends to any branch of the military, but especially not the Marines.
I'd like to hear from some people who have first hand knowledge.
The Marines scare me, too. But they scare the enemy even more. Heart is a good quality and we like to see that. Mamm, we get our fair share of bad press but it's all part of the job.
Sometime we create our own bad press but again it comes with the territory. Most Marines on active duty couldn't tell you what the press is saying about them, because they're fighting and winning battles, not listening to the media.
I suggest you turn off the TV or change the station. Your son will be fine. My first hand knowledge is it will change his life, forever. It is very unlikely that he'll regret it, I can't say that for the other branches.
But in the Corps he'll be in good hands; trained by the greatest warriors our country has. He will eat three meals a day and he will have unlimited future potential, if and when he decides to get out. Oooh, and one more thing though,,he will not be is a soldier if he joins the Marines.
We are Marines, plain and simple, call us little green amphibious monsters, if you will, but please not soldiers, Mamm.“My Son the Marine” The story “My Son the Marine” Is written by Frank Schueffer.
The reason for this paper is to identify weather or no to author used logos ethos or pathos in the story. “My son, the Marine” is a story written by a father and a son on their experiences as US marines.
However, the story lies more on the experiences of the son and the feelings of the father concerning his son in the marines.
Thank you Brandon, my Son, my Marine. Find this Pin and more on Once a Marine always a Marine* by Carole Musto. Proud Marine Mom I'm not a mother but a proud aunt but lots of this applies to me too. My son my hero on Pinterest | Parris Island, USMC and My Marine See more. The story “My Son the Marine” Is written by Frank Schueffer.
The reason for this paper is to identify weather or no to author used logos ethos or pathos in the story. Sep 25, · My son graduated from Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island on June 3. Wesley became a United States Marine a week before marching across the Peatross Parade Deck on the island - to the delight of the friends and family members who made the trip to experience that transformative moment in his life and an.
Your son can be in college as a Marine Reserve enlisted man, and simultaneously be in the PLC program. The details of PLC used to be that a candidate would do two summers at Marine Corps Base, Quantico, VA (Sophomore, and Junior year summers).