Sgt. Brandt Kinder, avionics technician with Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron (HMH) 361, takes values he's learned from years of competing in BMX and applies them to his Marine Corps career by becoming a leader and a role model to the younger generation of BMX riders. Kinder has won several events at a local, state, regional and national level, and joined the Marine Corps in 2014.
Taken: 12.06.2016 | Video by Lance Cpl. Harley Robinson
Marines and Sailors may face a variety of ailments during their careers: post-traumatic stress, sprains, stress-fractures, and broken bones; but one of the most devastating conditions is cancer. Cancer is a debilitating and life-threatening disease that not only affects the patient but also emotionally impacts the family and friends of the individual. While cancer is difficult to deal with, it is not impossible to cope with. People like Drs. Wayne A. Beach and David Dozier of San Diego State University take this to heart. Beach and Dozier have developed a seminar that helps people, including Marines and Sailors of I Marine Expeditionary Force, broach the subject of how to cope with a loved one going through cancer. The seminar was...
11.18.2016 | MARINE CORPS BASE CAMP PENDLETON, CA, US | Story by Pvt. Robert Bliss