After three years of competing, this was the last Warrior Games for Marine Corps veteran Kyle Reid. Each year he participated, including this year, Reid received gold medals in swimming and track...
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Others follow you for what you are, because they believe in you and what you do. You look in a mirror to see how you look. You look in the faces of others to know what you are. Earlier this year, the Potomac Institute for Policy Studies published a great compilation of leadership thoughts and...
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1813 - Marines aboard the USS President helped capture the HMS brig Shannon.
1945 - 2nd Battalion, 4th Marines, commanded by Maj Frank Carney, became the first American troops to set foot on Japanese soil - the first occupying force ever to touch the Japanese mainland.
Related Article: Traditions By A.R. Pefley Leatherneck Magazine (March 1940)