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The Law Office of Keith Owen Campbell would like to wish every Marine a proud safe and happy 244th birthday! ESOBUE 10 NOVEMBER 2019 A MESSAGE FROM THE COMMANDANT OF THE MARINE CORPS The more Marise hne anund the better ke i This year, the Marine Corps celebrates 244 years of warfighting excellence and uncommon valor. United States Marines define the world's image of elite warrior-citizens. We take great pride in the legacy built by those who came before us and in carrying that legacy into the future. Capabilities, battlefields, and adversaries change, and Marines continue to adapt to every challenge prepared to fight and win wherever and whenever our Nation calls. What does not change is the Marine spirit- a warrior spirit rooted in our core values. Gral Clark uS. Amy Theres a mindst of leibity and daptabdey that coeses with us We dent mind hardhip We doe mind somebody saying Go in and do this nasty o whatever the job is, we can do it Tha why the nation has a Marine Corps Generl Jumes F Amos The strength ofour Corps is our Marines, Our success depends on all Marines embodying the values in which our Corps was founded; it requires leveraging the talents and ingenuity of every Marine to strengthen our Corps. Since 1775, courageous Marines have answered the call to fight for freedom and shaped our reputation as the most feared fighting force the world has seen. Marines from each generation approached every battle with a lethal combination of versatility, perseverance, and adaptability the world have the that has allowed us to prevail in any clime and place. Throughout the 244-year history of the Marine Corps, our Nation has required Marines to adapt capabilities and fighting the lowest morals of styles to defeat adversaries in all domains. The Marines who took any goupof animals to the seas with naval counterparts to combat the Barbary Pirates Ihave ever seen solidified our role as a naval expeditionary force-in-readiness. Thank God foe the World War I saw Marines fighting sustained land campaigns and returning from those battles to immediately begin redesigning Roosevel how to go to war. Those innovations laid the foundation for the amphibious landings of World War II. Conmbat operations in Korea and Vietnam brought harsh climates and unforgiving terrains that again forced Marines to adapt and overcome. In The Marines hae sees around deanest bodes, the fthiest minds, the highet morak, and Unied States Marine Corpa o cannot esaggerate bout the Marines They are coevinced to the point of aroganor that they ane the most ferocious fighters on cth and the amaing thing about i is that they ane Father Kvin Keaney Is MarDw Chaplain Korcan War Iraq and Afghanistan, urban battlefields and counterinsurgency tactics demanded innovations in warfighting strategies and capabilities. Today, we find ourselves once again facing new and evolving threats in different operational environments. Like our predecessors, we will move forward with the lessons learned from past conflicts while redesigning the force and innovating for future conflict with any adversary who dares to fight Marines, congratulations on 244 years of excellence. Like the wonder if they have first birthday message published by 13th Commandant General made a derence to John Lejeune in 1921, this message serves as a reminder of te world bet the the legacy we are charged with upholding. Today is our day to that peblem celebrate our heritage and to honor the sacrifices of those who Presdent Ronald fought before us. It is also a day to recommit ourselves to our core values and resolutely pursue the strength of character the defines United States Marines. And it is a day to look toward future battlefields, to prepare to uphold the distinguished warfighting legacy of our predecessors wherever our Nation calls Sone people e a estire ime and Marines don't have Reagan Happy Birthday, Marines! Some of he most inportase lessoes aot wysel thers and dealing with hardship were gloaned wile I was in the Marine Corps. Inow strfre le purnue y ientses with the same tenacity and didigence shat was and is repaired ofal Marives as they scek to acomplah their goalic combat professional or persenl lan hoestly say that being a Marine is the achewment of which am proudest in my le is wih thut pride that I salate my ellow Marines past, proent and future and wish them ala sfe and Mappy 244h irhday PS. Good ige, Chesty wherever you are David H. Berger General, US. Marine Corps Commandant of the Marine Corps 8 LEATHERNECK/NOVEMBER 2019 www.mca-marines.org/leatherneck Proud to be a Toys for Tots Drop Spot NAV The Law Office of Keith Owen Campbell would like to wish every Marine a proud safe and happy 244th birthday! ESOBUE 10 NOVEMBER 2019 A MESSAGE FROM THE COMMANDANT OF THE MARINE CORPS The more Marise hne anund the better ke i This year, the Marine Corps celebrates 244 years of warfighting excellence and uncommon valor. United States Marines define the world's image of elite warrior-citizens. We take great pride in the legacy built by those who came before us and in carrying that legacy into the future. Capabilities, battlefields, and adversaries change, and Marines continue to adapt to every challenge prepared to fight and win wherever and whenever our Nation calls. What does not change is the Marine spirit- a warrior spirit rooted in our core values. Gral Clark uS. Amy Theres a mindst of leibity and daptabdey that coeses with us We dent mind hardhip We doe mind somebody saying Go in and do this nasty o whatever the job is, we can do it Tha why the nation has a Marine Corps Generl Jumes F Amos The strength ofour Corps is our Marines, Our success depends on all Marines embodying the values in which our Corps was founded; it requires leveraging the talents and ingenuity of every Marine to strengthen our Corps. Since 1775, courageous Marines have answered the call to fight for freedom and shaped our reputation as the most feared fighting force the world has seen. Marines from each generation approached every battle with a lethal combination of versatility, perseverance, and adaptability the world have the that has allowed us to prevail in any clime and place. Throughout the 244-year history of the Marine Corps, our Nation has required Marines to adapt capabilities and fighting the lowest morals of styles to defeat adversaries in all domains. The Marines who took any goupof animals to the seas with naval counterparts to combat the Barbary Pirates Ihave ever seen solidified our role as a naval expeditionary force-in-readiness. Thank God foe the World War I saw Marines fighting sustained land campaigns and returning from those battles to immediately begin redesigning Roosevel how to go to war. Those innovations laid the foundation for the amphibious landings of World War II. Conmbat operations in Korea and Vietnam brought harsh climates and unforgiving terrains that again forced Marines to adapt and overcome. In The Marines hae sees around deanest bodes, the fthiest minds, the highet morak, and Unied States Marine Corpa o cannot esaggerate bout the Marines They are coevinced to the point of aroganor that they ane the most ferocious fighters on cth and the amaing thing about i is that they ane Father Kvin Keaney Is MarDw Chaplain Korcan War Iraq and Afghanistan, urban battlefields and counterinsurgency tactics demanded innovations in warfighting strategies and capabilities. Today, we find ourselves once again facing new and evolving threats in different operational environments. Like our predecessors, we will move forward with the lessons learned from past conflicts while redesigning the force and innovating for future conflict with any adversary who dares to fight Marines, congratulations on 244 years of excellence. Like the wonder if they have first birthday message published by 13th Commandant General made a derence to John Lejeune in 1921, this message serves as a reminder of te world bet the the legacy we are charged with upholding. Today is our day to that peblem celebrate our heritage and to honor the sacrifices of those who Presdent Ronald fought before us. It is also a day to recommit ourselves to our core values and resolutely pursue the strength of character the defines United States Marines. And it is a day to look toward future battlefields, to prepare to uphold the distinguished warfighting legacy of our predecessors wherever our Nation calls Sone people e a estire ime and Marines don't have Reagan Happy Birthday, Marines! Some of he most inportase lessoes aot wysel thers and dealing with hardship were gloaned wile I was in the Marine Corps. Inow strfre le purnue y ientses with the same tenacity and didigence shat was and is repaired ofal Marives as they scek to acomplah their goalic combat professional or persenl lan hoestly say that being a Marine is the achewment of which am proudest in my le is wih thut pride that I salate my ellow Marines past, proent and future and wish them ala sfe and Mappy 244h irhday PS. Good ige, Chesty wherever you are David H. Berger General, US. Marine Corps Commandant of the Marine Corps 8 LEATHERNECK/NOVEMBER 2019 www.mca-marines.org/leatherneck Proud to be a Toys for Tots Drop Spot NAV