U.S. Marine Corps photo by Major Bradley Gordon/Released 120102-M-6016G-001.jpg
Jan 2, 2012
Like Constantine, Joan of Arc, Richard the Lion-hearted and many armies before them, the 2nd Marine Division (Forward) carries it’s shield into battle in the form of Cmdr. Christopher Fronk, the division chaplain. As the Monaca, PA., native crosses over the desert that is Helmand province in a UH-1Y Huey, affectionately known this day as the “Holy Helo,” armed for potential insurgent activity along the route, Fronk spends time reflecting on those Marines he will minister to throughout the day.
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