Distant Valor By

C.X. Moread 


For Sergeant David Griffin, a "peace-time" Marine, Beirut was the cance to prove himself to the generation of Marines blooded in Vietnam. For Corporal Steven Downs, Beirut was a straggle to separate the sivilian from the warrior, the politics from the military mission. For all the Marines serving in Lebanon, it was another war in a foreign country where the enemy could be anywhere or anyone. 

Distant Valor