“Get Off My Bus!”

It is late August, 2011, as I write this missive, but it is as though I am scribing it through a fog of the past, from 35 years ago. Strange, I know. Though it’s difficult to accept, it was 35 years ago that I stepped off a bus at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot, one unnoticed step for mankind, but one giant step for me. It was a step that changed my life and I’d like to spend a column …


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One comment on ““Get Off My Bus!”

  1. Kelli Witmer on said:

    Once a Marine, Always A Marine … is a fantastic story and I can’t wait until the 2nd part of the story. In one of our parks, we are creating an outdoor area that details American history, with an emphasis on the Constitution and the military branches. It’s always great to read a personal account of military service. Thank you, Mr. Gaddo, for your service.

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