May 2007

Leatherneck Line

Volume 90, Issue 5
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Why Not Reroute Your Trip to Visit Marine Corps Legacy Museum?

On Nov. 10, 2001, two months after the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center, the Marine Corps Legacy Museum opened its doors in the small town of Harrison, Ark. The opening of the private, nongovernment-funded, historically comprehensive museum was the culmination of 10 years of planning and preparation by its founders, a father and son team of retired Marines, Dick and Red Millis.

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R. R. Keene