Archive for the ‘Marine Corps Motivational’ Category

Marine Corps Poems U.S. Marine…..No Better Friend

You can keep your Army khaki, You can keep your Navy blue, I have the World’s best fighting man, To introduce to you His uniform is different, The best you’ve ever seen, The Germans called him “Devil Dog” His real name is “Marine.” He was born on Parris Island, The place where God forgot. The […]

Marine Corps Photos: International Run

Indonesia Marines and U.S. Marines with 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, run during a morning physical training session May 23 during Cooperation Afloat Readiness and Training 2013 in Antralina, Indonesia. The physical training was part of a CARAT, a bilateral training exercise, that included jungle patrolling, jungle survival training, combat lifesaver training and multiple live-fire […]

Marine Corps Photos: In the Heat of the Night

Marines with Battery M, 3rd Battalion, 11th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division load an M777 lightweight 155mm Howitzer for firing during Exercise DESERT SCIMITAR aboard Marine Corps Air-Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms, Calif. May 2, 2013. Exercise DESERT SCIMITAR was conducted to allow 1st Marine Division the opportunity to sustain their ability to plan and […]

Marine Corps Moto Quotes

“The Marines keep their standards up and their leadership is dynamite! It is the same kind of leadership we have seen throughout the Marines’ history, and they are not lowering the bar. They are increasing the bar, and they have long lines of people who want to join the Marine Corps.” -Col David Hackworth, US […]

Marine Corps Poems: Ode to An Old Marine

I march when I am walking. I stand up straight and tall. I keep me in fair fettle, In case the Corps should call. I know that I am dreaming My time in rank long gone, But still it keeps me ready So I can carry on. I’ve charged the shores of old ‘Canal, And […]

Marine Corps Photos: Always Faithful

Man’s best friend. Labrador Retrievers work alongside Marines in Afghanistan to help sniff out improvised explosive devices and other explosives before they can damage vehicles or injure Marines. The dogs are specially trained and deployed thanks to the IED Detector Dog Program managed by Marine Corps Systems Command. After the dogs retire from the Marine […]

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