Into the Mind of an Infantry Squad Leader

Twenty-five years-old and not only is he a non-commissioned officer in the Marine Corps, Sgt. Brian Early is also on his third deployment. Although he is young, Early is still very experienced and as you will see in the video below, he uses that experience to lead his fellow Marines or in his words, ‘his little brothers.’

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At 25 years of age, this is Sgt. Brian Early’s third deployment. He uses his past experiences to lead his Marines today. A Libby, Mont. native, the Marines know Early by his natural, happy mood. He tries to think of his men as little brothers. It reminds him he is responsible for the lives of other people’s sons. He has a wife and a two-year-old son.

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