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2011 Hokie grad and former hokie student athlete. My little brother finished Marine OCS and was sworn in this morninig in Quantico at the Marine Corps Museum. Thought yall might like it.
This post was edited by PG Hoo 16 months ago
Thank your brother for his service.
This post was edited by Hokie5284 16 months ago
Killer profile pic, thats pretty cool. I am gona show that to my bro tomorow. Hes home on leave til Jan 15th. I must also add that there were also two Cavs that were commissioned today as well. lol. Also there will be a candidate from VT going into the next rotation of OCS at Quantico. In the program they handed out they had everyones college listed (4 year degree is required for OCS) and they listed VT as Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. Thought it was kinda funny how they listed it as that instead of just Virginia Tech.
When it comes to someone serving our country, there is no VT, UVA, UNC, they're just American Heroes to me.
Sounds corny, but people done understand the lifelong sacrifice it is to serve in the military. Nothing but respect for those gentleman.
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University is the official name.
Semper Fi LT
"Some people spend an entire lifetime wondering if they made a difference. Marines don't have that problem" Ronald Regan
Tell him best advice is to find a strong SNCO and let him mold and guide the young LT.
He told me they have had a few classes on that subject to make sure they can get the respect of the men they lead. His contract is for aviation though, which they refer to as a "leadership waiver". lol
This post was edited by Va Marine 16 months ago
Thank him for his service, and may God keep him safe so he can return home.
Please pass on a large congrats and thank you to him. What an honor.
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