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Chad Weese

Not only do I commend Michael Stokes on his eye for men, but I also think his showcasing of marines is both admirable and, in many ways, necessary.

We see images of war and hostility on television, the internet, and other sources, but we are so far removed from it that it hardly seems real - that is until something happens to someone close to us that brings the point home.

By showcases those that were there on the front-lines and survived the horrors physically and mentally/emotionally, it helps open the eyes of those of us that, otherwise would shrug and do something else.

These men are gorgeous, brave, and committed, but they're still men that deserve to be recognized for their contributions... and sacrifices.

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