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Marine Corps Reserve Major Chad Lennon speaks about his decision to join the Marine Corps and his service in both the active and reserve components of the Marine Corps, as well as his decision to attend law school. In 2010, Major Lennon deployed to Afghanistan, receiving the Purple Heart and Navy/Marine Corps Achievement Medal for his service to our country. Major Lennon then earned his Doctor of Law degree from the Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center, where he currently serves as Director of the Veterans and Servicemembers’ Rights’ Clinic.
Major Lennon encourages individuals interested in the military to research the four branches and speaks about the close connection among members of the military and the significance arising from service to others and country.
As an advisor to the Bob Feller Act of Valor Award Foundation and a community athlete for the Semper Fi Fund, an organization assisting injured veterans in all branches of the armed forces, Major Lennon became a Guinness World Record holder in the summer of 2019. His effort to earn the fastest one mile time pulling a 400 pound chain raised over $6,000 for the Semper Fi Fund.
Hear Major Lennon discuss the the Marine Corps slogan Semper Fi…Always Faithful.
Listen to the episode wherever you find podcasts, or on our website: http://www.actofvaloraward.org/american-valor-podcast/
Today we are highlighting two Marines on the American Valor podcast. On episodes three and four, Gunnery Sergeant Johnathan Rose and Lieutenant General George Flynn speak about their experiences in the Marine Corps. Johnathan shares his continuing support for veteran causes after being injured in combat, as well as his time as a Congressional Fellow. Lieutenant General Flynn speaks to the importance of leadership and how the Marine Corps manages risk and uncertainty. Thank you to Gunnery Sergeant Rose and Lieutenant General Flynn for your service!