—General Douglas MacArthur
The men and women of the United States Armed Forces make sacrifices that are nearly impossible to comprehend. Though each branch deserves immense respect, the Marine Corp is steeped in such honor, loyalty, and tradition, it rises to the top for special consideration. Assembled in 1775 with the original purpose of guarding naval boats during the American Revolution, this branch has since extended its services to provide helicopter transport for the President aboard “Marine One”, and to coordinate with other military branches in the development of tactics, technique, and equipment.
Corporal Scovill of the Marine Corp shares the challenges of being far from home during inclement weather and appreciation of Grabber Warmers. “I would like to extend a huge thank you from the Marines of 3/5. I pass your Warmers out to the Marines when we go out on patrols and they put them in their boots. It helps a lot since it still gets chilly at night. We cannot thank you enough for all that you do for us. We are proud to serve our country. People like you make us proud to do this. Your thoughtfulness and kindness is beyond anything we can expect from anyone. Thank you.”
Currently standing as the largest Marine force in the world, the United States Marine Corp are trained from day one to be prepared for anything, including extreme weather. They are the elite branch of the United States Military and renowned worldwide.