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Interview with 3 Former US Marines, the Boyle brothers

Uploaded by Julian Crowther on 07 Apr 2015 in Radnor

Former U.S. Marines and brothers Chuck, Dan, and Ish Boyle reflect on the sacrifices their parents made in order for them to have more opportunities growing up and understand the importance of family. They also reflect on their time serving in the Marine Corps and how freedom, opportunity, and equality played an important role during their time in the Middle East.



Shannon Miles posted 2016-09-15 2:09pm

Very inspirational! We need to continue to support our Military Veterans who sacrifice and serve for our freedom. Thank you for your service and sharing your story.

Shellie Shultz posted 2015-09-14 2:24pm

The Boyle brothers are an inspiration to us all. I admire their selflessness for serving our country and their family values for standing up and defending those who are in need.

Andrea Harmon posted 2015-09-14 12:31pm

I really enjoyed listening to their story and appreciate their service to our great country. It was so nice to hear the positive impact our soldiers have had on the people Iraq & Afghanistan.

Mark Lincoln posted 2015-09-11 12:13pm

My father is a former marine, we lost him this year on April 7th after a long battle with pneumonia. My dad perpetuated leadership - he taught me that leadership requires sacrifice. It is the act of servant hood which makes great leaders. I sure miss his insight. I did appreciate the 3 marines stories of leadership and life. Brings back memories, sad and happy tears.

Bill Swarner posted 2015-09-11 12:10pm

This is a timely and inspirational message, especially today, on 9/11. As a member of the Patriot Guard Riders, I frequently see heroes who have come back from the sandbox, and families of those who made the ultimate sacrifice.

One thing that most have in common, including the Boyle brothers, is that they talk of others being heroes, not themselves. They remember others sacrifices much more than their own. That is evident throughout the clip, and is refreshing in this day where so many feel they are "entitled" to something, that America "owes" them something, rather than what they owe the heroes who make our way of life possible.

It is also refreshing to hear about the positive impact our soldiers have on the people of Iraq and Afghanistan, building schools and protecting the innocents, though the "mainstream" media focuses on "atrocities" instead.

Lincoln cannot honor our veterans and military enough!


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