The Quick Burn: A Naturally Beautiful Blending Of Burning Man And Marine Logistic Expeditionary Tactics

I recall clearly when I first saw the shadow of doubt in his eyes as I stopped another attempt from him to explain the obvious advantages to loading trucks the way he wanted me to, using language from AutoCad that frankly made my brain stop and wait impatiently for him to pause.

“Look, you gave me a budget, yes? And I am within budget, yes? Then since I am in charge will you please let me do it the way I know how?” Same objectives, only mine was filtered through Marine Corps Training that I could not translate into Millennial.

Got fired for that. We do judge books by the cover. Could be the exact same thing we are saying, the fact that he couldn’t be sure of it, meant I was falling and he couldn’t chance that.

Ah! Much better! See Project Manager, an example in real life of what I was doing. Be a little more understand of us aged Burner Marines on future projects, yes?

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The U.S. Marine Corps Wants Anti-Ship Weapons for Island-Warfare Here’s Why That’s A Big Deal

Marines always explore different methods to accomplish goals with the goals of getting the most effective impact with the least amount of treasure, equipment, and lives.

Since World World II, when the Marines had to learn how to engage in island warfare from scratch, the Corps has been seeking better answers to their questions of how to minimize costs. So what’s happening now? Read on, then come back for more Marine News.

From Discover on Google https://nationalinterest.org/blog/buzz/us-marine-corps-wants-anti-ship-weapons-island-warfare-heres-why-thats-big-deal-46552

San Leandro League Hall at the Veterans Memorial Building Re-Opens After 5 Years In Repair

After five long years under roof and ceiling repairs by Alameda County, Marine Corps League LFR Det 919 has their League Hall back!

Marines were overjoyed to have their hall back after a long banishment to a side room within the Veterans Building.

Commented Commandant Ron Saunders, “It’s good to be back!”

The Detachment took the occasion to celebrate World War Two Veteran and detachment Chaplain, Sgt Raul Valles 95th Birthday!

Happy Birthday Youngblood!