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Old 03-21-2016, 02:38 PM   #67
Ndnsoldierboy
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30 years ago today, I earned the title, Marine. That title can't be bought, or inherited.

It is one of many days of which I am proud of in my life. Went to war with the Marines and deployed all over the world. We lost Marines in peacetime and war, and I will never forget those who gave their lives, as some of them were my friends. I served with Marines who were in WW II, Korean War, Vietnam, Beruit, Grenada, and the first Gulf War of which I was in.

My Brother would join a few years after me which made me proud he was there as well.

Semper Fidelis, U.S. Marines.
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