asal’s book detours slightly to discuss an incident involving a terrorist attack on Marines training in Kuwait. Then, it turns to discussing his participation in Operation Iraqi Freedom, including the fighting in An Nasariyah. Then a return to Iraq in 2004 is discussed and he sets the stage for the Battle of Fallujah. The Battle of Fallujah, including Kasal’s heroic actions, is described in detail over several chapters. The Battle is so detailed that you feel as if the events are unfolding around you. On November 13, 2004, where Sergeant Brad Kassel, who today is referred to as Sergeant Major, lead a rescue mission into a heavily fortified position to save a life of many marines. Wounded by seven 7.62x39mm rounds and hit by more than 43 pieces of hot fragments from a grenade while using his body to shield an injured fellow Marine, Kasal never gave up. This story impacted me as it did many others and became an iconic event in Marine Corps and American history. I feel this story relates to me because like Brad Kasal, I push myself to new levels and look out for my fellow marines standing n
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My Men Are My Heroes is the story behind the legendary photo that became a motivation for marines around the world. The book all starts with Kasal’s story. The Brad’s journey began in Afton, Iowa where he grew up. The book then slowly moves into small details about his experience at boot camp. When it comes to his career in the Marine Corps, the book tells much more. The book provides details of how Kasal started out as a Dragon gunner, his experience in Desert Storm, and the details of him being a recruiter in the 1990’s during which he earned two medals.
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