BioI'm 13. Yeah, I'm a girl. My names Connie. It's always been my biggest dream so serve for our country
, I used to want to be in the army on the legit battlefield. Now I dream of being in the Marines. I'm not just a dreamer, in taking actions for what I want. Next year in high school I'm joining R.O.T.C.
This summer as I turn 14 I'm attending a boot camp.
Oh and by the way, I hate sexist people who think I can't achieve my dreams simply because I'm a chick. News flash dudes, plenty of te amazing people who do awzzummm stuff for our country are chicks. So get over yourselfs and get with the times.
Describe the positive impact the Marine Corps has made on you.
Haven't been there yet. But from the Marines I've seen visiting home, they have a respect about them. You can see knowledge and kindness in their eyes. Courage. From veterans I see courage. I see the battle they all went through. The fact that they would do anything for the U.S.A. As would I. They make me proud to call myself an American.
What makes you proud of the United States Marine Corps?
Te U.S. Marine Corps save lives every day. You guys make our country a seriouslly better place. So dudes, keep up the good work. Nothing makes me more proud when I see a U.S. Marine in uniform, home to visit their family's. I love you guys with everything. One day, I'll be right there with you :)
What is a piece of advice you have for recruits, new Marines, or members of the Marine Corps family?
Idk haven't been there yet. Will be soon.