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238 years of kicking ass

Discussion in 'Military' started by CoalMedic, Nov 10, 2013.

  1. CoalMedic

    CoalMedic [OP] Molon Labe

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    Happy birthday, Marines!!! Hoist one for Chesty, those other support branches, the fallen, and the women who love and support our individual and collective craziness!
     
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    From an old Corpsman (67-75) (and unlike the messiah's pronunciation, the "s" is silent).

    It was a privilege to care for wounded Marines during the Vietnam War, and I will always carry a piece of my Marines with me in my heart.
     
  4. CoalMedic

    CoalMedic [OP] Molon Labe

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    I'm alive today due to a filthy long haired sailor I was proud to call "Doc" after we got hit with an IED. You'll never hear this Marine trashing the green side of the Navy. Thanks, Doc.
     
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    Happy Birthday USMC :oldglory:
     
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    Ooh Rah. To all who have served, thanks for your service! :oldglory:
     
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