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“Like most people I had not fully realized that the horror of war is wounds, not death.” -“From the Somme to the Armistice: The Memoirs of Captain Stormont Gibbs, M.C.,” 1986 Modern battlefield medicine can give wounded warriors about a 98 percent chance of surviving battlefield injuries, according...
CMC, MCA&F Recognize Superior Performance The Marine Corps Association & Foundation helped recognize the finalists for the 2014 Commandant of the Marine Corps Combined Awards during a ceremony held at The Clubs at Quantico, Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va., Jan. 29, 2015. The awards...
“Our merchants are very indignant; our government very prostrate in the view of every man of energy.” “I presume you will have heard before this reaches you, that a French privateer has made captures at the mouth of our harbor. This is too much humiliation after all that has passed. Excerpted from...

Today in History

March 30

1966

The 7th Marine Regiment terminated Operation Indiana in Vietnam with 69 Viet Cong killed.