Tuesday, May 22, 2007

Marine Is Used To Fighting For His Life

Marine Is Used To Fighting For His Life
By Chris Dixon

When asked to assess his state of mind before stepping into a steel cage for a fight, Brian Stann provides a matter-of-fact reply that also stands as a stark warning.

“For me, I think it’s probably different from other mixed martial arts fighters,” said Stann, a 26-year-old first lieutenant in the Marines. “I’m used to a fight that’s for my life.”

In May 2005, Stann and some fellow members of the Third Battalion, Second Marine Division, faced machine guns, suicide bombers, improvised explosive devices and rocket-propelled grenades in a fight to control the area around a bridge along the Euphrates River in Iraq. The battle earned Stann a Silver Star, the military’s third-highest award for heroism.



Anonymous bobcat said...

How come we never see any Democrat heroes?

7:32 AM  
Anonymous cassie said...

Ooooh, I love a man in uniform!

10:57 AM  

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