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Posted on 11/10/2010 7:48:24 AM PST by greatdefender
On this date... 11/10/1775 On November 10, 1775, the Continental Congress passed a resolution stating that "two battalions of Marines be raised" for service as landing forces with the fleet. This established the Continental Marines and marked the birth of the United States Marine Corps.
A special birthday to those Few & Proud. My father was in the Corp in the early 70's (went to Saigon afterwards). I salute to those serve proudly. The following video is a tribute to all those WHO ARE MARINES(remeber: once a Marine, always a Marine)OOH-RAH!
God bless them!
Happy Birthday USMC !!!!!!
I texted B’Day greeting to my two USMC sons....I did not want to call too early in the day, for obvious reasons, and to my suprise my eldest called me.....He had a good time last night and moving slowly today....such a Marine he is
For anyone who hasn't been to the Marine Corps Museum in Quantico (Triangle), VA, it's worth going to see--the exhibit on Belleau Wood is very good.
This one is still one of my favorite Marine adds of all time.
Happy Birthday Marines!
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Posted on 11/10/2010 2:05:23 PM PST by Michael Barnes
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That is a good one! Look at this one; I think you will enjoy this montage
Not necessarily. Consider my retarded stepson who got the boot for testing positive for dope. He is and will always be an EX-Marine. Dumass that he is, and will always be.
Eagle, Globe and Anchor, you bastids rule, and are welcome to come over and eat ribs at my home any day of the week. Happy BD Teufel Hunden.
Not RekonDawg, though, he is an idjit. Should have kept his nose clean and finished his stretch with The Few. Would prolly be a real man now instead of a skinny-necked fool.
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