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Marines on the range. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Christopher Q.  US Marine Corps   #USMC #USMarines #USMilitary

Marines on the range. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Christopher Q. US Marine Corps #USMC #USMarines #USMilitary

Marine Corps War Memorial. Arlington,

Marine Corps War Memorial. Arlington,

USMC Assistance.

USMC Assistance.

Silhouettes

Silhouettes

We should all be thankful that our men and women in uniform are willing to brave conditions such as these so that we don't have to.

We should all be thankful that our men and women in uniform are willing to brave conditions such as these so that we don't have to.

That's a lot of years...a lot of service...a lot of experience..a lot of war. Thank you Marines.

That's a lot of years...a lot of service...a lot of experience..a lot of war. Thank you Marines.

Ashes Over Yuma  “This was a memorial ash release dive, by Marines, for a Marine, at the request of a Marine wife.”  Marine Corps Military Free Fall Instructors assigned to Marine Detachment Fort Bragg, release the ashes of Sgt. Brett Jaffe (1971-2012)a Marine rigger, above Phillips Drop Zone at Yuma Proving Grounds, Ariz., on July 26, 2012. “It was an honor and privilege to take this Marine on his last jump and give him a proper hail and farewell,” said Staff Sgt. Rhett

Ashes Over Yuma “This was a memorial ash release dive, by Marines, for a Marine, at the request of a Marine wife.” Marine Corps Military Free Fall Instructors assigned to Marine Detachment Fort Bragg, release the ashes of Sgt. Brett Jaffe (1971-2012)a Marine rigger, above Phillips Drop Zone at Yuma Proving Grounds, Ariz., on July 26, 2012. “It was an honor and privilege to take this Marine on his last jump and give him a proper hail and farewell,” said Staff Sgt. Rhett

Modern Medicine and War - William "Kyle" Carpenter lost most of his jaw and an eye when he fell on a grenade to shield a fellow Marine from the blast. His body shattered, one lung collapsed, the Marine lance corporal was nearly given up for dead after that 2010 Afghanistan firefight.    Then he spent 2½ years in a hospital as doctors worked to rebuild his body

Marine vet who took grenade blast to receive Medal of Honor

Modern Medicine and War - William "Kyle" Carpenter lost most of his jaw and an eye when he fell on a grenade to shield a fellow Marine from the blast. His body shattered, one lung collapsed, the Marine lance corporal was nearly given up for dead after that 2010 Afghanistan firefight. Then he spent 2½ years in a hospital as doctors worked to rebuild his body

Marine Corps humor

Marine Corps humor

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