Posted November 05, 2018 09:15:25 The last time I visited the Naval Academy was as a student, so I was a bit overwhelmed by the sheer number of students at the academy.
But my biggest takeaway from that visit was the fact that the military is full of talented young men and women who are dedicated to the same goals I am.
I can’t emphasize enough that the United States is full-of-talented people, with a great amount of promise and potential.
That said, I know that I’m not alone.
I was fortunate enough to meet and befriend many of these talented individuals.
They are just as deserving of my respect and admiration as any of the hundreds of thousands of young men, women and children who serve this country.
That’s why I feel so privileged to be the first Marine Corps officer to visit the academy and to offer this opinion.
I believe it is imperative that every Marine is afforded the opportunity to make the most of their military service.
I have seen firsthand the value of a good education, and that’s why this is a good opportunity for young Marines to find and pursue a lifelong commitment to serving their country.
So let’s talk about why I have chosen to serve in the Navy.
As a Navy officer, I am fortunate to serve under a great leader who understands and values my service to this country, my military service, and my love for the military.
When I first joined the Navy, I was given the opportunity as a recruit to choose from the three-star general’s corps.
I chose to serve with a three-stars, and I have served with every one of the three stars.
While this was a great opportunity to meet my future commanders, I also had the opportunity and honor of meeting the great men and men of the Navy that I will be serving with in the future.
In all honesty, this is my chance to do something that will truly help me serve my country.
The Navy has a tremendous amount of respect for me and a great respect for the service of our military, and so I know it is a very difficult decision to make.
But the Navy is a military that has always had the same philosophy of service, honor and loyalty to its veterans.
We do not tolerate dishonesty, and we take pride in our military tradition.
So, it is my duty to serve my Country, and while I may not be able to join them at the moment, I will continue to be a Marine.
I understand that the Navy and the Marine Corps are a very different profession and they have many different philosophies and goals, but I am not a fan of a one-size-fits-all approach to our military.
That is not how I would like the military to function.
And while I can only speak for myself, I can say that the service and the values I have learned over my years of service have been very positive experiences.
As I look at the future, I have a great deal of confidence in the service members of the U.S. military and their leadership.
I know the service member I am serving is a loyal and dedicated member of his or her unit and a proud member of the United Nation’s armed forces.
I would also like to say that I have no plans to retire from the Navy anytime soon.
That doesn’t mean I won’t have some fun while I’m there, but this is what I do for a living.
In the last three years, I’ve had the honor of serving in both the United Nations and the United Kingdom, and this is the greatest military and civilian job I have ever had the privilege of serving.
As the United State and the world move closer to the nuclear-free goal of a global nuclear-armed order, the future of our nation depends on the ability of our leaders and our military to defend our homeland.
The United States Navy has served our country well, and it will continue doing so until our leaders are able to lead our country to peace and prosperity.
I want to thank the men and the women of the Naval Special Warfare Team for their service and their dedication to our nation and to their fellow Americans.
I also want to express my gratitude to the United Navy Command for its service and its leadership in this mission.
I am truly honored to serve alongside you.
I will work hard to serve our nation in a responsible and professional manner and to keep the American people safe and secure.