Brad Lee Bitler is a creative director and former United States Marine.He is both a veteran of the Iraq War and 2003 graduate of Davis Senior High School. While in the service he obtained both the ranks of Corporal and Sergeant meritoriously while stationed at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton. "The Orange County Register" and "The Davis Enterprise" interviewed him for stories related to the Iraq war. After transitioning from military service to a career in design. His work has been featured in various print and video outlets.

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  • Brad Lee Bitler is a creative director and former United States Marine.He is both a veteran of the Iraq War and 2003 graduate of Davis Senior High School. While in the service he obtained both the ranks of Corporal and Sergeant meritoriously while stationed at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton. "The Orange County Register" and "The Davis Enterprise" interviewed him for stories related to the Iraq war. After transitioning from military service to a career in design. His work has been featured in various print and video outlets. His creative projects while working with RIAA Certified Gold and Platinum selling recording artists have been featured on over 140 websites with views in over 126 countries. Brad, a graduate of U.C. Berkeley was a brother of the Kappa Alpha Order Alpha Xi Chapter. (en)
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  • Brad Lee Bitler is a creative director and former United States Marine.He is both a veteran of the Iraq War and 2003 graduate of Davis Senior High School. While in the service he obtained both the ranks of Corporal and Sergeant meritoriously while stationed at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton. "The Orange County Register" and "The Davis Enterprise" interviewed him for stories related to the Iraq war. After transitioning from military service to a career in design. His work has been featured in various print and video outlets. (en)
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