Leatherneck Magazine

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Leatherneck articles in October look at the early stages of Marines fighting in Vietnam during 1965, fondly celebrate the career of the venerable and now retired CH-46 “Phrog,” and also look at veterans organizations that provide military funeral honors for eligible servicemen. This month’s feature...
Leatherneck goes long on Marine Corps history in August with the conclusion to a two-part article on the 1965 Operation Starlight in Vietnam along with another on the exploits of Golf 2/9 during Operation Dewey Canyon in 1969. Looking further back, WW-II Coastwatcher and honorary Marine, SgtMaj...
Leatherneck’s March edition features a story from the archives about the unopposed landing at Da Nang, Vietnam in 1965 where Marines were greeted with flowered leis followed by escalating combat several days later. Complementing this story, a Corps Album with black-and-white photos from Marines in...
Leatherneck ’s February edition features an exclusive interview with retiring SgtMaj Micheal P. Barrett, 17 th Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps, includes a pair of articles on Marine Corps Recruiting efforts today, explores the challenges faced by Marines during the Haitian crisis of 1991-1996...
Leatherneck looks at three Marines with unique experiences this month with articles on veteran Marine and USS Indianapolis survivor Edgar Harrell’s efforts to ensure his fellow Marines are remembered; the only Marine prisoner of war to receive the Medal of Honor (posthumously) Colonel Don Cook, and...
Leatherneck leads with the annual birthday message from our new, 36th Commandant of the Marine Corps, General Joseph Dunford in November’s feature filled edition. Prolific writer on all things Marine, Colonel Dick Camp, USMC (Ret) provides the first installment of a gritty, two part article on 3d...

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