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Mar 24, 2015 | History
The author's wife Pat holding the LuhJurn statuette. In early 1951, more years ago that I care to remember, I checked into the old Informational Services Office at Camp Lejeune's Goettge Field House ready to start hammering out news releases. While orders to Korea would move me in three months,...

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Mar 24, 2015 | Okinawa
U.S. Marine reinforcements wade ashore to support the beachhead on Okinawa, 1 April 1945. Throughout this year, we are commemorating the final battles of World War II, and for Marines in particular, we are commemorating the final battles in the Pacific theater of war. In February, we commemorated...

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Key West Agreement gives USMC primary amphibious warfare role.

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"My Dear Mother," wrote LT Smedley D. Butler, age just 20: "Well, here we are about 200 miles from our destination and steaming 15 knots or about 17 miles an hour. We expect to arrive about noon tomorrow, but I...


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