US Marines Silent Drill
Marsha Gillis 6/14/2015
They carried themselves proudly, as they entered the center of the football stadium dressed in their red, white, and blue uniforms.
Their bright white hats made them stand out with perfect form. They were each highly trained to perform, which is a passion of theirs, and to be able to be among a crowd so large made it an exciting day for them. Nothing could have made the stadium cheer louder than this large group of United States Marine Corps Silent Drill Platoon performing at the halftime show. They were honored to perform at the Houston Texans and Cleveland Browns game halftime show. Entering the spacious Reliant Stadium was a perfect place to be for them that day, as they were able to be around such an ecstatic crowd, on a perfect day, enjoying the skills they trained so hardly for.
As people gazed their way, they felt blessed to be in a free country where they could enjoy cheering for these things like football, because without men and women like those in the Marines, it would never be the same. Remembering them compels us all to be grateful, and to keep them in prayer. They sacrifice so much.