I served at the U.S. Embassy in Ottawa, Canada.1992. Across the street was Parliament. (I snuck off-post after work to get this pic with Dudley Do-Right, er, I mean a Royal Canadian Mounted Policeman.Having a hard time finding me in this pic? Just look for the handsome one … This was with the Marine Guard detachment in New Delhi, India.1993With my fellow Marine Guards at the U.S. Embassy in New Delhi. 1993 I was fortunate to be the platoon honorman (top recruit.) I’m on the left, wearing the red armband. Boot camp, 1990.My favorite picture of Muna and I. Marine Corps Ball, New Delhi … It was our first ball together. 1993Another Marine Corps Ball … This one was in Denver. 1997Private First Class Lee. Camp Pendleton, 1991.These men taught me more in three months about being a man than I learned during my entire previous 18 years. Boot camp, 1990.Marine Embassy Guard School, class of July 1992. Can you find me?In my room at the Marine House at the Embassy Compound in New Delhi, India, 1993.With a Canadian Soldier & friend.Lance Corporal Lee, Marine of the quarter. Camp Pendleton, California, 1991.The California sun was not kind to me! I was fortunate to be selected as the platoon honorman (top recruit.) Boot camp, 1990.The Sergeants’ course. Quantico, VA. 1995With Santa Claus at the Embassy Compound in New Delhi, India, 1993.With Ambassador Peter Teely, U.S. Embassy Ottawa, Canada, 1992.Aboard the USS Frederick, 1997Aboard the USS Frederick, 1997Being promoted to the rank of Staff Sergeant (E-6). Marine Corps Base Kaneohe, Hawaii. 1997.Marine Embassy Guard, Canada. 1992Before the days of digital photography, promotion boards required a photo be inserted into each nominee’s application. I was hoping to be promoted to E-6 with this photo.