If you think that a Navy Corpsman is a "supporting role" for the Marines you again are wrong. Here's a fact for you: The military job, including grunts, that has the MOST posthumously awarded Medal Of Honor's is the Navy Corpsman saving the lives of Marines on the battlefield. FACT. But I guess I imagined those fermale Corpsman working with me on the battlefield. It must have been the heat.
Ah, & so they didnt actually pick up a weapon & charge the enemy, like I been saying.
but instead, brought the combat personnel, i.e. men-folk, cookies & milk during battle intermissions..
Pick up a weapon and charge enemy fortifications? !?! That hasn't happened since the frigging civil war, well maybe hamburger hill or the likes in Vietnam but really? Modern combat is nothing like past conflicts especially if youre gonna compare them to theaters of conflict in WWII. Yes I come from a long long line of military service (I'm the first son who hasn't enlisted) but yeah know what everyone in my family told me to do. "DO NOT subject yourself to that horror!" May the people who CHOOSE to serve be honored and watched over for their families!