American service women and men explain, Why I Got Vaccinated.



“1st Couch Company, step up to your duty. Get vaccinated. Fight for your country.”

She called the people at home sitting around in the living room, “1st Couch Company”, with love and respect. “These people can do what we do, fight for our country.

An adorable Navy nurse, aka Gina, in Guam, she suggested that there are days when standing on guard for America in the dangerous Asian Seas (South China Sea and East China Sea) is a nail-biter.

“I don’t think it is too much for the President to ask. President Biden asked  people at home to “please get vaccinated“. We in the Navy fight to keep people safe in their homes but we don’t do that so that 100 million Americans can, while becoming the enemy from within, by jeopardising the whole country, not stepping up and getting vaccinated,” Gina explained. “I don’t know if I am making this clear but it is how I feel.”

“From the perspective of a military wife,” said Geraldine Frisque, a spokesperson for a global woman’s rights group, “it is nice to be invited to step up and follow through on our duty-bound obligation to fight for our country in any way we can do that, and protect our country from this horrible coronavirus no matter where it came from. That’s what getting vaccination does.”

U.S. Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Brandon Labry, hospital corpsman, 1st Battalion, 3d Marines,

U.S. Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Brandon Labry, hospital corpsman, 1st Battalion, 3d Marines, prepares a needle with the COVID-19 vaccine, Marine Corps Base Hawaii, Feb. 18, 2021. U.S. Marines from 1/3 in Hawaii are receiving the voluntary COVID-19 vaccine to protect their health and support the overall readiness of the regiment. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Brandon Aultman)


“I have a friend whose husband told her not to get vaccinated or he would end the marriage in not so nice words. The next day she was vaccinated, the locks on their apartment were changed by a supportive superintendent, and his belongings were shipped to his mother’s home. She told me that nobody was going to tell her not to step up and fight this virus for her country,” commented Ms. Frisque.

“The point of this anecdote is that nobody should be telling women not to get vaccinated. It’s like he was trying to get rid of her!  Imagine also not getting your child vaccinated for polio, measles, etc. Americans are well enough educated to know that is potential criminal negligence. We have been getting vaccinated for 100 years to end various sicknesses and must continue to do that.”

Maine Nurse Furious at “Wussies” who refuse to vaccinate.

“It’s just a needle. We have a hundred million people in this country who have not been vaccinated,” says Calais, Maine nurse Monique Deslauriers. And in Calais, Maine bluntness she said, “and those people are f*cking up their country by refusing to vaccinate. Fox News is saying that cases are up to 70,000 a day, spread by anti-Americans who don’t want to vaccinate. Enemies of America are spreading lies to trick people. Those enemies want as many Americans killed as possible and the whole country disabled.  Step up now, people.”

“Are you an American, or not? The President has asked Americans to step up and fight for their country and the number of traitors is scaring me,” said the angry medical worker who explains that her feelings are, “shared by every medical professional I know.”


“I am so sick of seeing people die because they turned down a chance to get vaccinated,” nurse Deslauriers added. “It’s like they killed themselves in the most horrible way to die. I feel like taking a posting in another country like Canada where over 70% of people will be vaccinated by the end of August. How did Canadians get to be better than Americans. Must be the hockey.”



USA Military folks stand on guard for America and they ask all Americans to be duty bound to lend a hand in the fight for American lives.


Below: U.S. Marine 1 StLt Aaron Neal, 7th Engineer Support Battalion, 1st Marine Logistics Group, I Marine Expeditionary Force, explains why he chose to receive a full COVID-19 vaccination.

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American service women and men explain, Why I Got Vaccinated


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1st Marine Logistics Group
“I chose to get vaccinated so that I can increase unit readiness and protect my family members,” explains U.S. Marine 1 StLt Aaron Neal.


Below. The picture and its story. 1st Marine Logistics Group U.S. Marine Lance Cpl. Morgan Kinney, combat logistics regiment 1, 1st Marine Logistics Group, I Marine Expeditionary Force, explains why he chose to receive a full COVID-19 vaccination.

.S. Marine Lance Cpl. Morgan Kinney

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“I chose to get vaccinated after seeing COVID’s effect on my unit’s readiness and getting it myself. I decided that I didn’t want to be responsible for taking Marines away from the fight and opportunity to be with their families,” explains U.S. Marine Lance Cpl. Morgan Kinney.


Below: 1st Marine Logistics Group U.S. sailor HM2 Lauren Day, 1st Medical Battalion, 1st Marine Logistics Group, I Marine Expeditionary Force, explains why she chose to receive a full COVID-19 vaccination.

U.S. sailor HM2 Lauren Day

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“I chose to get vaccinated because I witnessed many very sick patients working in the ICU at Navy Medical Center Camp Pendleton. I wanted to do my part to make sure I’m not the cause of another patient who dies,” says U.S. sailor HM2 Lauren Day.


Below, meet 1st Marine Logistics Group U.S. sailor HM1 Ryan Jorgensen, 1st Medical Battalion, 1st Marine Logistics Group, I Marine Expeditionary Force, who explains why he chose to receive a full COVID-19 vaccination.

U.S. sailor HM1 Ryan Jorgensen

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“I chose to get vaccinated in order to limit my operational restrictions and further the herd immunity,” explains U.S. sailor HM1 Ryan Jorgensen.


The picture and its story. Below, is 1st Marine Logistics Group U.S. sailor HM1 Wright Baltran, 1st dental battalion, 1st Marine Logistics Group, I Marine Expeditionary Force, explains why he chose to receive a full COVID-19 vaccination.

U.S. sailor HM1 Wright Baltran

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“I chose to get vaccinated to protect my elderly family and kids at home,” explains U.S. sailor HM1 Wright Baltran.


Below, meet U.S. Marine Capt. Morgan Celaya, 7th Engineer Support Battalion, 1st Marine Logistics Group, I Marine Expeditionary Force, explains why she chose to receive a full COVID-19 vaccination.

American service women and men explain, Why I Got Vaccinated

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1st Marine Logistics Group

“I chose to get vaccinated to do my part in support of my family and the Marine Corps,” says U.S. Marine Capt. Morgan Celaya.


Last but not least, below, meet U.S. Marine Cpl Valery Liriano, combat logistics regiment 1, 1st Marine Logistics Group, I Marine Expeditionary Force, who explains why she chose to receive a full COVID-19 vaccination.

American service women and men explain, Why I Got Vaccinated


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Photo by Lance Cpl. Aldo Sessarego
1st Marine Logistics Group

“I chose to get vaccinated for my family. I have a brother—and my mother—suffering from asthma and I want to protect my family since my brothers cannot get vaccinated yet,” says U.S. Marine Cpl Valery Liriano.