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PHOTO SET: JAN. – MAR. 2010

Marines take pride in knowing that our Corps is the most proficient fighting force in the world. No matter where we go, we are recognized as the essence of our core values. It is our duty to maintain the image and traditions that our predecessors set forth with 234 years of noble service to the United States and the world throughout.

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  • gary averill

    nathan, that is what army soldiers say……Marines say oorah!!!!

  • nathan

    great pictures, i am a freshman in highschool amd i plan onjoining the marines when i graduate.us good luck to you guys, hoo-ra