Semper Fi Fund goes to bat for wounded Marines

By John Reilly For The Patriot Ledger – Posted Sep 22, 2010 @ 04:02 PM, Last update Sep 23, 2010 @ 11:43 AM Quincy, MA – “On the evening of Feb. 23, 2005, seven miles southwest of Fallujah, Marine Staff Sgt. Ian LeJeune of Brentwood, N.H., was awakened by a large explosion.

A Staten Island salute to American hero Brendan Marrocco

By Carol Ann Benanti / Staten Island Live – August 25, 2010, 5:53 AM Staten Island, NY – “The evening brimmed with pride and patriotism, camaraderie and community spirit and it all blended together so well Saturday evening at the St. George Theatre, where “CSI: New York” actors, Gary Sinise — and The Lt. Dan…

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Bovington Marine goes on the run to help injured comrades

By Lucy Pearce/Daily Echo – 1:00pm Tuesday 7th September 2010 Bovington, England – “A Bovington-based Royal Marine inspired by Forrest Gump will take part in a coast-to-coast run across America to raise money for injured comrades.” Download PDF | Read Online

Team Semper Fi – Starts Triathlon as Individuals, Finishes as a Team

By: Jennifer McMahon (Team Semper Fi Assistant) – August 8, 2010 Santa Cruz, CA – Like any triathlon, the Santa Cruz Sprint Triathlon is an individual sport. Team Semper Fi recently competed in this triathlon which consisted of a 750 yard swim, 12 mile bike ride and a 5K run.

Runners Come to Hobart to Honor a Fallen Marine

By WBAY TV ABC Channel 2 – August 18, 2010, 2:12 PM Hobart, WI – “More than a thousand runners joined about 200 marines for the 5-th annual Jerabek Challenge in Hobart. The event is held in honor of PrivateFirst Class Ryan Jerabek, who died in Iraq six years ago.” Download PDF | Read Online

Fifth annual Jerabek Challenge in Hobart a race to remember

By Paul Srubas / Greenbay Press Gazette – August 15, 2010 Hobart, WI – “At least 1,100 people took off running and walking Saturday, all for the competition, the fun and in memory of a young man and running enthusiast who was killed in Iraq.” Download PDF | Read Online