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I spent 4 years of my life serving my country as a proud member of the U.S. Marine Corps. My service in the Corps has had a lasting affect on my life. I am grateful for the strength and character I developed in the Corps. I was fortunate not to be in any combat operations but the Marines especially Boot Camp were extremely difficult, there is no doubt that I am a better person as a result of my service.

                                                   

   I have created this little space on the web to honor the proud tradition of the Marine Corps and share my thoughts on military service.

I found my bride while stationed in Camp Pendleton, CA. and met her while attending Church and now have been married for over 35 years and have 3 very beautiful daughters and now 4 wonderful grandchildren. 

   I have made many lifelong friends in the Corps we have a sacred bond that cannot be broken. The character and integrity of the friends I      have made in the Corps is incomparable. I am fortunate to share many good times with my friends and family.
This is why I value my country and I served with a grateful heart.

   Semper Fi!

   Sgt. Eddy D. Winchester                                                                   

                                                         
                                                      Color Guard, In case you can't figure it out I'm the 1st Marine on left :-)                 


  
                   On Okinawa with an M-60 Machine Gun 1975                              Standing next to my Trans Am at Camp Pendleton, CA 1976
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