There are many Americans who love pizza, and there plenty of people in the military who love pizza, too.
This Marine takes his love of pizza to the next level by showing the pizza delivery lady just how much he appreciates her – and the pizza she delivers.
There are parts of barracks life that are extremely appreciated, like pizza! Especially after having a difficult time waking up to an early morning PT session with a belly full of beer from the night before, and then later missing chow.
The base offers a variety of food options for those who are looking to satisfy their appetite. Some of the dining options at Camp Lejeune include Berkeley Express, Dominos, Duffers’ Retreat, Dunkin Donuts/Baskin Robins, Heroz Sports Bar, Industrial Grill, Jimmy Johns, Papa John’s, Paradise Point Officers’ Club, Smedley’s Café, SNCO Club, Spare Time Sports Grill, Starbucks, Subway, Taco Bell, University Café, Warriors’ Command Post, The Sandbar, French Creek Snack Bar, Chopz, La Casita Loca, American Treats, Honeybaked Ham, Panda Express, and Wendy’s.
Clearly, there are a lot of options at Camp Lejeune for hungry Marines, with the Marine in the video utilizing Domino’s pizza delivery service. It’s important for food to be plentiful and accessible for Marines because they burn a lot of calories at the base to stay fit for serving. The Marine in the video showed his appreciation for the pizza delivery lady by playing a song for her on his guitar.
According to the video description, the Marine singing in the video eventually opened up his own pizza parlor named Pizza Lady, likely inspired by the pizza delivery lady that presumably has made several trips to the barracks during his time at Camp Lejeune.
Check out this video to see just how much this Marine loves getting his pizza delivered, while all the pizza lady wants to do is do her job and get home.
The video takes place at Camp Lejeune, which is in Jacksonville, North Carolina. The training facility is situated on 246 square miles of land and is designed to accommodate fast deployments in case of an emergency. The base was established in April of 1941 and is supplemented by six satellite campuses, which include Marine Corps Air Station New River, Camp Geiger, Stone Bay, Courthouse Bay, Camp Johnson, and the Greater Sandy Run Training Area.