This is our little guy, Henry. He is 2 months old and the sweetest baby! His dad served as a Staff Sergeant in the Marine Corps from '90-'99. Our 14 year old is also currently a recruit with Young Marines. I also attached a picture of my 5 year old in her sister's Marines shirt. Our kids like "playing Marines" and we strive to instill in them the values of the Corps. Ooorah!
Dear fellow Jarheads,
Here with my granddaughters Morgan (age 5, on left) and Madison (age 4) in their Grunt cheerleader outfits you recently sent me. They indeed will make beautiful WMs in about 16 years.
Got my 2/1 shirt today from Sgt Grit Marine Specialties. Thanks for another great product Sgt Grit and Staff. Semper Fi!
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This is my 7 yr old grandson. I bought him a set of digital camo. He looks good in the uniform… he looks and acts like a Marine. I didn't tell him to stand that way for the picture. That a typical Marine Corps stance. He also has a set of dress blues.
Here are some photos of my Granddaughter Ella, maybe you know the sweatshirt and the LBD… it cracks me up; a USMC sweatshirt & a pink tutu. The LBD… she is all girl.
Semper Fi, from the land of the great white north… today was 3 degrees and we have very little snow. Tonight… -15 degrees.
after lookijng at a picture of you wearing a blue jacket taken in 1949 and seeing your years of service were 1948-1968 I have to ask were you ever a D.I. at MCRD Sandiego? I went though bootcamp summer of 58 (Plt 151 and had a Senior D.I. by the name of Santiago . was he by chance you?
Merry Christmas to you and all of your troops there in Oklahoma City and I hope you all have a Happy, safe and healthy New Year. The pics are of two of my granddaughters, Meghan and Kelly on Christmas day sporting some of your wear. They were both thrilled at old grandpa's choices too.
We wanted to share our MANCAVE with you. We are addicted to your products for obvious reasons.
Nicole Baptiste-Patterson and SSGT Darian Patterson
Here is how I used one of your coins. Most tombstones (called Memorial Stones today) tell you little or nothing about the person. I wanted anyone doing genealogy on me or my family to know that I made three accomplishment in my life. When I die, people will know that I am currently still a Marine assigned to guarding the streets of Heaven. They will know that I was a Chiropractor. And I was pilot.
Love my plates. Only a Marine understands…. Semper Fi!
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