2010 Photo Galleries

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

Navy Times; November 1994

TVYM at Veterans Day Parade.jpg
Tying down last minute flags.JPG
Veterans Day Parade Tank.JPG
Veterans Day Parade Track Vehicle.JPG
Veterans Day parade, Charlie Co, 4th Tanks.JPG
Veterans Day parade, Color Guard, Charlie Co, 4th Tanks.JPG
Color Guard, Charlie Co, 4th Tanks.JPG
Charlie Co platoon, 4th Tanks.jpg
Bobby Lee truck with Det members.jpg
Bob Lee's Truck, Veterans Day Parade.JPG
Barbara ZElston rides with Gem State YM.JPG
Doc saluting, Bob & Arnie getting ready for parade.jpg
Enoch enjoying the parade.JPG
Gem State Young Marines behind the Sea Cadets.JPG
Gem State Young Marines marching by.JPG
Gem State Young Marines with their 6by.JPG
Giant flag carried by Kuna football, Veterans Day Parade.JPG
Here comes more of our Det members.JPG
Ken Johnson saluting, background Ralph and Rich.jpg
Ken Johnson with his truck and our Det members.JPG
Original MC Jeep leads MCL Group.jpg
Our Ladies from Idaho Women Vets.jpg
Parade just starting off.JPG
TVD Young Marine Color Guard.JPG
TVD Young Marines with Walt Modler.JPG
TVD, Marine Corps League riding by.JPG
TVYM at Veterans Day Parade.jpg
Tying down last minute flags.JPG
Veterans Day Parade Tank.JPG
Veterans Day Parade Track Vehicle.JPG
Veterans Day parade, Charlie Co, 4th Tanks.JPG
Veterans Day parade, Color Guard, Charlie Co, 4th Tanks.JPG
Color Guard, Charlie Co, 4th Tanks.JPG
Charlie Co platoon, 4th Tanks.jpg
Bobby Lee truck with Det members.jpg
Bob Lee's Truck, Veterans Day Parade.JPG
Barbara ZElston rides with Gem State YM.JPG
Doc saluting, Bob & Arnie getting ready for parade.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