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Posts Tagged ‘Sgt. Kuande Hall’

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    Airborne! Taking a leap for a more capable Corps

    Although today’s combat doesn’t require mass paratrooper jumps to enter the battle, learning how to get from the sky to the enemy by parachuting continues to be a valuable skill for the military, including Marines.  [Read more...]

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    Marines in blue

    “The feeling of flying at high speeds is incredible,” said Marine Capt. Brandon Cordill, number three pilot for the United States Navy Demonstration Squadron in Pensacola, Fla. “Take the scariest roller coaster you have ever  [Read more...]

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    Dedication and Sacrifice

    The Marine Corps is full of extraordinary people who are willing to do whatever it takes in the name of freedom and the ones they love. In 2004, one Marine, Sgt. Kenneth Conde, Jr., demonstrated  [Read more...]

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    To the Finish

    The 36th Marine Corps Marathon wheelchair and hand cycle participants depart from the start line in one of the Nation’s largest group of cycle marathoners.  The 26.2-mile “People’s Marathon” is the final race of the  [Read more...]