The Marine Corps-Law Enforcement Foundation aids the families of Marines who were slain in Iraq and Afghanistan by presenting their children with scholarship bonds to help pay for college. The organization recently produced a video to honor the organization’s founder, Pete Haas, and to educate the public on MCLEF’s mission and impact. The video was produced by Bitter Jester Creative and Pratt Marketing, and I had the opportunity to edit the project. It incorporates speeches by widows and Marines from the Chicago Chapter’s annual fundraising dinners, and will be shown as part of an exhibit at the National Museum of the Marine Corps, outside of Washington DC. This is truly a moving tale of how the Corps looks after its own, and finds hope and camaraderie in the face of tragedy.

Zum ende der stunde habe sich der lehrer mit seinem stuhl quer vor die klassent├╝r gesetzt