Well I would, but it would depend on the person, a family member or a good friend yes. If it was just some passer by though, I think not.
P.S. Either that marine was 1. crazy 2. wanter the medal or 3. actually felt loyalty to his comrades. Personally why are we in Iraq in the fucking first place, and how the fuck can we win a damn war that is being fought like Nam. It's gorilla warfare and we have doped up Iraqi radicals running at our troops with bombs strapped on them. Oh, and in addition there is a BS "rules of engagement," law that says that you have to be fired upon before firing back. This is stupidest law ever written. If a guy is running at our troops with an AK you have to wait till he fires at you before you can shoot back. If they see a man leading a camel with 100 pounds of explosives on its back, our troops can shoot it. Wow
I wonder why, even with our superior technology, we keep losing many American lives in Iraq. Our government and our troops are more afraid of the media than anything else. If we kill that camel with the explosives on its back, the Iraqi media will say that the evil Americans killed a helpless old man walking into town with a camel. Wtf why are we still in Iraq?
"Ash to ash, dust to dust, as it should be"
"All the people you love in a river of blood."
"Peace is a lie there is only passion. Through passion I gain strength. Through strength I gain victory. Through Victory my chains are broken."