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By bullet.catcher
I have never experienced something like this in my life. I have dealt with some of my young Marines and their problems several times throughout my career and I was fortunate to be able to take care of them with the many resources available. But having to jump into action while the attempt was committed is something entirely different. I can’t help but think how different the outcome would’ve been had I not been there to answer her cry.

I want to thank Jimmy and Phong for their assistance. Without them the current would’ve made it impossible for us to reach any type of safety.

I hope she fully recovers and comes to realize that she is loved more than she thinks.
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By Yaklash
I would like to think that any of us would do the same. I know I would. None the less, way to go Mark!!! You and the others who were there stepped up big time. :clap: :clap: :clap:
Yak Dog wrote:She was put in his path, and he answered the call. Great story just goes to show us , we never know what to expect when we go out.
Amen to that...

Awesome job Mark!

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