The Corps activated three such battalions last month. Each is made up of roughly 500 military police officers and dozens of dogs. The Marine Corps has had police battalions off and on since World War II but they were primarily focused on providing security, such as accompanying fuel convoys or guarding generals on visits to dangerous areas, said Maj. Jan Durham, commander of the 1st Law Enforcement Battalion at Camp Pendleton.
Jul 22, 2012
American excellence must be restored with Sacred honor, courage and justice. We have three options ahead of us:
1. We can let the people responsible for the destruction of our country go free in an effort to start fresh.2. We can engage in vigilante justice.3. We can put them on trial.
Option number 1 is the easy way out. But then I remember Pastor Bonhoeffer’s words:
Silence in the face of evil is itself evil: God will not hold us guiltless. Not to speak is to speak. Not to act is to act.