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The Way Forward’: Life lessons learned from a Marine and Navy SEAL | Military Times

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 Two soldiers from some of the most intense battles in America’s post-9/11 wars, a Marine and a Navy SEAL, share moments from their life before, during, and after battle in “The Way Forward”: Life Lessons Learned from a Marine and a Navy SEAL.

The two men, one a multi-high profile combat tour Navy SEAL veteran who served on missions that were later turned into feature films, and the other a Marine sniper who got the Medal of Honor, offer lessons alongside those colorful tales. Dakota Meyer, 34, joined the Marine Corps in 2006 and served two tours of duty, the first in Afghanistan and the second in Iraq. Robert O’Neill, 46, joined the Navy in 1996 and completed BUD/S class 208 at the Basic Underwater Demolition School.O’Neill would participate in numerous combat missions and win two Silver Star Medals and four Bronze Star Medals.

Source: https://www.militarytimes.com/off-duty/2022/09/20/the-way-forward-lessons-learned-from-a-marine-and-navy-seal/



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