2010 Photo Galleries

“Marines know how to use their bayonets. Army bayonets may as well be paper-weights.”

Navy Times; November 1994

Officers Art-Rich-Arnie-Don Preparing to celebrate the235th Marine Corps Birthday.JPG
MC Birthday at ISVH 2010 1.jpg
MC Birthday at ISVH 2010 2.jpg
MC Birthday at ISVH 2010 3.jpg
MC Birthday at ISVH 2010 4.jpg
MC Birthday at ISVH 2010 5.jpg
Nov 10 Lining up for the Marine Corps cake.JPG
Nov 10, 2010_ Celebrating Marine Corps birthday at ISVH.JPG
Nov 10,2010_ Lisa and Art serving cake.JPG
Nov10, 2010_ Another former Marine enjoying Marine Corps birthday cake.JPG
Nov10, 2010_ Arnie Strawn, DetCmdt, serving cake.JPG
Nov10, 2010_ Celebrating Marine Corps birthday.JPG
Nov10, 2010_ DetCmdt, Arnie assistancing oldest Marine cutting cake.JPG
Nov10, 2010_ Happy Birthday Marine Corps.JPG
Nov10, 2010_ Happy Marine Corps Birthday.JPG
Nov10, 2010_ ISVH (2).JPG
Nov10, 2010_ ISVH.JPG
Nov10, 2010_ Marine Corps Birthday at ISVH.JPG
Nov10, 2010_ Marine Corps birthday being celebrated at the ISVH.JPG
Nov10, 2010_ Past Cmdt (L) Rich Erickson and (C) Arnie Strawn current Cmdt.JPG
Nov10, 2010_ Ralph Elston serving cake.JPG
Nov10, 2010_ Ralph serving MC Birthday cake.JPG
Nov10, 2010_From L_serving cake,Bobby Lee, Lisa Edens and Art Kilton.JPG
Nov10, 2010_ISVH.JPG
Nov10,2010_ MCBirthday celebration at ISVH.JPG
Nov10,2010_ Oldest Marine recieving first cake.JPG
Nov10,2010_ Veterans during lunch hour.JPG
Officers Art-Rich-Arnie-Don Preparing to celebrate the235th Marine Corps Birthday.JPG
MC Birthday at ISVH 2010 1.jpg
MC Birthday at ISVH 2010 2.jpg
MC Birthday at ISVH 2010 3.jpg
MC Birthday at ISVH 2010 4.jpg
MC Birthday at ISVH 2010 5.jpg
Nov 10 Lining up for the Marine Corps cake.JPG
Nov 10, 2010_ Celebrating Marine Corps birthday at ISVH.JPG
Nov 10,2010_ Lisa and Art serving cake.JPG
Nov10, 2010_ Another former Marine enjoying Marine Corps birthday cake.JPG
Nov10, 2010_ Arnie Strawn, DetCmdt, serving cake.JPG
Nov10, 2010_ Celebrating Marine Corps birthday.JPG


“They told (us) to open up the Embassy, or “we’ll blow you away.” And then they looked up and saw the Marines on the roof with these really big guns, and they said in Somali, “Igaralli ahow,” which means “Excuse me, I didn’t mean it, my mistake”.”

Karen Aquilar, in the U.S. Embassy; Mogadishu, Somalia, 1991