These core values of the Marines, define how every Marine in the Corps thinks, acts and fights. Throughout the austere battlefields of the 21st Century, every Marine in the Corps must be confident they can rely on each other to think, act and lead. In the chaos of battle, character matters.
Improvise, adapt and overcome
“Improvise, Adapt, Overcome” is an unofficial slogan among Marines made popular by Clint Eastwood’s movie, Heartbreak Ridge. Whether you plan to bug in or bug out should tough times occur, the ability to improvise, adapt, and overcome problems will be necessary regardless of how well-stocked, tooled, provisioned, or conditioned you are.
Marines put honor, courage and commitment to the test with Ductus Exemplo, Latin for “Lead by Example.” These core principles aren’t just taught at recruit training—they’re embodied everyday by Marine leaders. On and off the battlefield, absolute trust in Corps leadership helps all Marines decisively and effectively face down the threats of our time.
In the Marines and Navy, A ricky rocket consists of
1/2 cup of coffee
1/2 cup of cocoa
4 tablespoons of sugar
There is a recipe on the Internet for this drink as well.
1 Packet of Swiss Miss Hot Cocoa Mix 1 cup of hot coffee
Put 1 pkt of hot cocoa mix in cup. Pour in coffee and stir until hot coca mix is dissolved. Serve, makes 1 single serving. Great at Christmas to warm your guests or any other time. To save on additional calories, substitute with Sugar Free Hot Cocoa Mix.