Black Iron Marine Remembered


Any man or woman who raises their right hand and takes an oath to the Constitution of the United States of America is special.  They and their families are the ones who keep this country safe.  Those that choose to join the military in a time of war, like the ones we have been fighting for over a decade, are put into an even higher class.  Enlisting in an organization like the United States Marine Corps, and then asking to be put into infantry, is a sense of duty and bravery that I will never understand.  You are volunteering to go straight to the hell that is Helmand Province, and have no idea what could be waiting there for you.  As if this sense of duty isn’t enough, there is one more class of families that take patriotism above and beyond.  They don’t even know they are doing it until…

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About Sylvia Van Peebles

Sylvia Van Peebles currently lives in the Temecula Valley of Southern California and has a passion for writing. Sylvia has a broad range of experience that allows her to write on many different topics.
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