He left a boy and returned a man

Katie Hinderer | 01 February 2012
But the most significant changes to me are the ones that aren’t noticeable with the human eye. He left for boot camp a boy and returned a man.

Giving your life to your country

Katie Hinderer | 09 November 2011
At the beginning of November, the dynamic of my family changed significantly. My 19-year-old brother left for boot camp with the hopes of surviving the three-month intense training process and come out a Marine. The few, the proud, the Marines.
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