March 1941

"From the Halls of Montezuma"

Volume 25, Issue 1

Marine Corps Takes Delivery of Douglas Dive Bombers Courtesy "Douglas Airview," November, 1940

THEY are called "leathernecks" because some hundred years ago their uniforms included leather collars. They are called "devil dogs" because they are hardy citizens, able to lick their own weight in wildcats. They are the United States Marines, the "soldiers of the sea" who probably, man for man. have seen more action in more places than any other of the nation's military services.

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