Cpl. Joshua B. Leuthold

August 2007
Sea Power;Aug2007, Vol. 50 Issue 8, p80
The article discusses the author's experience of being a U.S. marine trainee. He states that being a member in the Marine Corps has given him chance to do a lot of incredible things. He also shares that his frightening moments was when he was eliminated in parade field, which he felt that he let the platoon down. He added that after his training, he wanted to go to Marine Corps Special Operations Command and be into the sniper platoon.


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