Marine Corps Burlap Wreath

Marine Corps Burlap Wreath

thanks Sandy for showing this one to me! I think I'll have to make it now :)Marine Corps Burlap Wreath

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Do not disturb, my marine is home. But he leaves again tomorrow :(

Chesty has arrived at the Marine Barracks in Washington, D.C.! Chesty XIV will become the new mascot of the Marine Corps on March 29, 2013 with the rank of Pfc. However, Chesty must first go through recruit training before earning the title of Marine as well as obedience training before joining the ranks of his 13 [Chesty] predecessors.

Chesty has arrived at the Marine Barracks in Washington, D.C.! Chesty XIV will become the new mascot of the Marine Corps on March 29, 2013 with the rank of Pfc. However, Chesty must first go through recruit training before earning the title of Marine as well as obedience training before joining the ranks of his 13 [Chesty] predecessors.

Humpty Dumpty should have had a combat buddy ... (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Timothy Lenzo/Released)

Humpty Dumpty should have had a combat buddy ... (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Timothy Lenzo/Released)

A chaplain with the 7th Marine Regiment baptizes a Marine at the Camp Ripper Chapel February 23, 2003 during Operation Enduring Freedom. Photo credit: U.S. Marines

A chaplain with the 7th Marine Regiment baptizes a Marine at the Camp Ripper Chapel February 23, 2003 during Operation Enduring Freedom. Photo credit: U.S. Marines

i love seeing those signs all the time <3 YES Camp Lejeune Is the BEST for this.. I never saw many signs in Pendleton. 24 is ALWAYS FULLLLLL of signs.

i love seeing those signs all the time <3 YES Camp Lejeune Is the BEST for this.. I never saw many signs in Pendleton. 24 is ALWAYS FULLLLLL of signs.

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