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Sergeant Major Brad Kasal Retires

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May 18, 2018
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It is the end of an era. Sergeant Major Bradley Kasal whom you know from his heroic exploits in the Marine Corps as told by our very own Grunt Style 1st Sergeant, is retiring from the Marine Corps today. Take note ladies and gentlemen from the civilian world and the military world as well, this is a historic day.Time spares no man, but look upon this occasion and remember it well for the history books may not. For his action in the city under siege, Fallujah, Bradley Kasal was awarded the Navy Cross for his heroic actions which included smoking a terrorist asshole, while getting wounded in both legs, while being shot at having grenades thrown at him and other wounded Marines. Still not out of the fight, then 1st Sgt. Kasal rolled on top of his Marines to protect them from the grenade blasts. Then refused treatment 'till his Marines had been taken care of. Leadership.There was a time when Dan Daly, Chesty Puller, and Smedley Butler were all in the Marine Corps together, kicking ass, and looking back, we see these men as mythical heroes in our beloved Marine Corps lore. Make no mistake, men like Cliff Wooldridge, James Mattis, Dakota Meyer, Brian Chontosh and Bradley Kasal will all be remembered much in the same way by our fraternity of warfighters. We who served during this period walked alongside heroes, many who did not come back, but a few who did.

Bradley Kasal

Sergeant Major Bradley Kasal, thank you for your years of dedicated service to our country, and our Corps. May you enjoy the ever living shit out of your retirement. You have certainly earned that and then some by our reckoning. You have done a great service to your Marines and this country and we know you'd do it all again.Fair winds and following seas, may your beer always be cold, your knife sharp and your weapon loaded. Semper Fidelis Sergeant Major.

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