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The Law Office of Keith Owen Campbell would like to wish every Marine a proud, safe and happy 245th birthday! THE ARIME CO 10 NOVEMBER 2020 A MESSAGE FROM THE COMMANDANT OF THE MARINE CORPS The more Marines Ifthere were a watchword for 2020, the shortlist would certainly include Ihne around, the change, uncertainty, and 'adaptation. This new dynamic and uncertain better ike i environment has impacted how we recruit and train Marines, deploy aboard ship. and even how we honor our Corps' hallowed traditions. But A Amy adapting to change and uncertainty is nothing new for Marines. It is what we have done for 245 years and what is expected of us as the Nation's force- inreadiness. Where others see challenges, Marines see opportunities. We don't take a knee. We will always be ready to answer the nation's call, no matter the crisis. General Clark. Theres a minduet of flexiblity and adaptablity that oomes with un. We dent mind remain constant-oar core values Honor, Courage. and Commitment. hardship. We dont mind somebody saying Nation is least ready" It's honor that gives us an uncompromising sense of Go in and do this naty personal integrity and accountability; courage that allows us to face any jo Whatever the job circumstance with an ironclad resolve to do what's right:and commitment is, we can de il. Thats that binds us together as a family and drives us toward excellence. And why the nation has a Marine Corps" General James E. Amos In a world of seemingly relentless change and uncertainty, some things These values are at the very heart of our ability to be, "most ready when the while our core values might never change, the way we give life to them The Marines requires constant vigilance. This year's national conversations about race remind us that we must all do better to embody our service's values. Commemorating the 245th birthday of our Corps offers us a chance to reflect on our history. We who serve today stand upon the shoulders fahiest minds, the of giants. While this year's many challenges are significant and unique, highet morake, and they are not unprecedented, and it is important to remember that our Nation and Corps have endured difficult times in our past, This year. for example, marks the 75th anniversary of brutal battles in the Pacific, when soldiers of the sea defined the term "uncommon valor" on the black sands Thank God for the have seen around the world have the deanest bodies, the the lowest morals of any groupof animals Thave ever seen of Iwo lima: the 70th anniversary of bitter fighting at Inchon and Chosin Linited Sates Reservoir: 55 years since Marines landed at Da Nang: and a decade since Marine Gorpal" our struggle with the Taliban in the Helmand River Valley. We remember Beanor Rooievet the service and sacrifice of all Marines, and honor the legacy passed down oe cannet eggerat through generations. Our continuing obligation is to honor their legacy about the Marines They sey are coevinced to the point of arsoganor, that they are the et ferocious fighters on carth and the amaing thing about it our current force modernization and innovation efforts, As has been the is that they an Father Kevin Kenes I MarDiv Chaplain, Korean War by making meaningful contributions to what they started. From the past, we draw strength, pride, and a responsibility to carry on the warfighting heritage our predecessors built. We must also recognize our tradition of continuous adaptation-one that should inspire case in the past, today's threats require us to fight as a cohesive team, and our ability to succeed will depend on the Honor, Courage, and Commitment of cach individual Marine. From recruiting individuals of great intelligence, strength, spirit, and diversity, to evolving how we train, educate, and mentor Marines throuaghout their careers, we remain Sone poople bve an dedicated to developing the world's finest warfighters, guided by our core values. entine lidetine and wonder if they have made a diflerence to In a year of significant change and uncertainty. I am reminded of the workt. bet the the words of American novelist, John Dos Passos, "In times of change Marines don't have and danger when there is a quicksand of fear under men's reasoning, a that poblem sense of continuity with generations gone before can stretch like a lifeline across the scary present.. Never forget, what you do today becomes Reagan the foundation for the generations of Marines that will follow. There is no challenge we cannot overcome, together, by holding fast to our core values. Happy 245th Birthday Marines. Semper Fidelis. President Ronald Happy Birthday, Marines! Some of she most important lessons about myself others and dealing wish handship were gloaned while I was in the Marine Corpa. I now strive lo purae y a with the sme tenity and dligence that was and is reguired of all dient I can honestly say that being a Marine is the achirwment of which lam proudest in my le. Ir a with that pride that I salate y low Mares, part, proent and future and wish them al a safe and Happy 24sch irchday. David H. Berger General, U.S. Marine Corps Commandant of the Marine Corps PS. Good night, Chestry wherever you are. 8 LEATHERNECK / NOVEMBER 2020 www.mca-marines.org/leatherneck Proud to be a Toys for Tots Drop Spot! The Law Office of Keith Owen Campbell would like to wish every Marine a proud, safe and happy 245th birthday! THE ARIME CO 10 NOVEMBER 2020 A MESSAGE FROM THE COMMANDANT OF THE MARINE CORPS The more Marines Ifthere were a watchword for 2020, the shortlist would certainly include Ihne around, the change, uncertainty, and 'adaptation. This new dynamic and uncertain better ike i environment has impacted how we recruit and train Marines, deploy aboard ship. and even how we honor our Corps' hallowed traditions. But A Amy adapting to change and uncertainty is nothing new for Marines. It is what we have done for 245 years and what is expected of us as the Nation's force- inreadiness. Where others see challenges, Marines see opportunities. We don't take a knee. We will always be ready to answer the nation's call, no matter the crisis. General Clark. Theres a minduet of flexiblity and adaptablity that oomes with un. We dent mind remain constant-oar core values Honor, Courage. and Commitment. hardship. We dont mind somebody saying Nation is least ready" It's honor that gives us an uncompromising sense of Go in and do this naty personal integrity and accountability; courage that allows us to face any jo Whatever the job circumstance with an ironclad resolve to do what's right:and commitment is, we can de il. Thats that binds us together as a family and drives us toward excellence. And why the nation has a Marine Corps" General James E. Amos In a world of seemingly relentless change and uncertainty, some things These values are at the very heart of our ability to be, "most ready when the while our core values might never change, the way we give life to them The Marines requires constant vigilance. This year's national conversations about race remind us that we must all do better to embody our service's values. Commemorating the 245th birthday of our Corps offers us a chance to reflect on our history. We who serve today stand upon the shoulders fahiest minds, the of giants. While this year's many challenges are significant and unique, highet morake, and they are not unprecedented, and it is important to remember that our Nation and Corps have endured difficult times in our past, This year. for example, marks the 75th anniversary of brutal battles in the Pacific, when soldiers of the sea defined the term "uncommon valor" on the black sands Thank God for the have seen around the world have the deanest bodies, the the lowest morals of any groupof animals Thave ever seen of Iwo lima: the 70th anniversary of bitter fighting at Inchon and Chosin Linited Sates Reservoir: 55 years since Marines landed at Da Nang: and a decade since Marine Gorpal" our struggle with the Taliban in the Helmand River Valley. We remember Beanor Rooievet the service and sacrifice of all Marines, and honor the legacy passed down oe cannet eggerat through generations. Our continuing obligation is to honor their legacy about the Marines They sey are coevinced to the point of arsoganor, that they are the et ferocious fighters on carth and the amaing thing about it our current force modernization and innovation efforts, As has been the is that they an Father Kevin Kenes I MarDiv Chaplain, Korean War by making meaningful contributions to what they started. From the past, we draw strength, pride, and a responsibility to carry on the warfighting heritage our predecessors built. We must also recognize our tradition of continuous adaptation-one that should inspire case in the past, today's threats require us to fight as a cohesive team, and our ability to succeed will depend on the Honor, Courage, and Commitment of cach individual Marine. From recruiting individuals of great intelligence, strength, spirit, and diversity, to evolving how we train, educate, and mentor Marines throuaghout their careers, we remain Sone poople bve an dedicated to developing the world's finest warfighters, guided by our core values. entine lidetine and wonder if they have made a diflerence to In a year of significant change and uncertainty. I am reminded of the workt. bet the the words of American novelist, John Dos Passos, "In times of change Marines don't have and danger when there is a quicksand of fear under men's reasoning, a that poblem sense of continuity with generations gone before can stretch like a lifeline across the scary present.. Never forget, what you do today becomes Reagan the foundation for the generations of Marines that will follow. There is no challenge we cannot overcome, together, by holding fast to our core values. Happy 245th Birthday Marines. Semper Fidelis. President Ronald Happy Birthday, Marines! Some of she most important lessons about myself others and dealing wish handship were gloaned while I was in the Marine Corpa. I now strive lo purae y a with the sme tenity and dligence that was and is reguired of all dient I can honestly say that being a Marine is the achirwment of which lam proudest in my le. Ir a with that pride that I salate y low Mares, part, proent and future and wish them al a safe and Happy 24sch irchday. David H. Berger General, U.S. Marine Corps Commandant of the Marine Corps PS. Good night, Chestry wherever you are. 8 LEATHERNECK / NOVEMBER 2020 www.mca-marines.org/leatherneck Proud to be a Toys for Tots Drop Spot!