Marine Executive Association

I’m proud to be a member of the Marine Executive Association ~Cpl. Beddoe The Marine Executive Association is Marines helping Marines during transition, carrying on the Marine tradition “Taking Care of Our Own.” MEA members network their marketplace knowledge; contacts; job locations; and personal experience to assist the transitioning Marine penetrate the civilian marketplace. Using – > Read More

CPL P letter to POTUS

Via Corporal Kevin P. Thanks to overwhelming support, I have decided to release this. I wrote a letter to the President! Tell me what you guys think: “January 25, 2012 The Honorable Mr. Barack Obama The White House 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW Washington, DC 20500 Dear Mr. President, My name is Kevin. I am twenty – > Read More

Operation: Care and Comfort

“Historically, Americans have shown their support to our Troops serving in times of war in many ways. By writing letters, mailing care packages, welcome home events, or by showing support for a deployed service member or Veteran’s family, Americans have opened up their hearts, homes, and wallets to show that they support those who serve. – > Read More

Brother To Brother Day

A day of reconnection for all Veteran’s and Active Duty personnel. You’ve got this Cpl’s support Marine!! See the FACEBOOK Page. Semper Fi!

Bands For Arms: Handmade Bracelets

I received a tweet from @yettajoooones on Twitter giving me a heads up on a really neat organization building bracelets from old military clothing. [@usmc81 Must check out @BandsForArms [: Such an awesome/unique thing!] I checked them out and was really impressed with what they have done. I believe their bracelets could be the next – > Read More

Cpl. Gary Miller and Toy for Tots

An incredible Toys for Tots story from the childhood and life of my good friend Cpl. Gary Miller.

Dog Tags For Kids

Help us send dog tags to troops in Iraq, Kuwait, and Afghanistan so they can send them to their kids back home! This is a grassroots effort to show our support for the troops and their families. We tried to think of something we could send Dad or Mom that they could easily send back – > Read More