184 – My Military Story – Swim Qual

184 – My Military Story – Swim Qual

I continue my military story with #184 which is about swim qualification in the Marine Corps. Knowing how to swim is kind of important for any Marine. Also, one can’t graduate boot without passing a basic water qualification. I am not the best swimmer and treading water for four minutes seemed like an eternity. I just had to make slow, easy movements and keep breathing. Sounds simple enough, but panic is a laughing bastard when I let it take over my mind. If you are planning on joining the Marine Corps take some swimming lessons. It is only a week out of boot camp, but like range an important part of being a Green Amphibious Monster.


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166 – My Military Story – The Gas Chamber

166 – My Military Story – The Gas Chamber

It has been as while so I wanted to to tell another part of my time in the military. The Gas Chamber to me was the worst part of boot camp.. Don’t know why I feel that way I just do.

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Check out Frost Call this org setups up VA Game Night for Veterans. They have an event Friday, September 27th at the Jamaica Plain VA.

Heidrea For Heroes is having their 2nd Annual Harvest Day Brunch on October 12, 10 AM – 3 PM. The event is at Franklin Elks Lodge #2136
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