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Noble to honor thy brothers

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Submitted by Leah (United States), Oct 27, 2006 at 13:13

its noble to honor thy brothers yet to not honor them means to not honor yourself . your fallen marine brothers is part of you you are a marine and so are they SEMPER FI... i adopted 10 boys out of the marines as brothers. im a 17 yr old female wanting to go into the service as bad as anything. i would lose my life on the front lines and be happy. so to honor thy brother is to honor thyself

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