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She was born in a Russian prison and became a trailblazing infantry Marine
18-year-old Maria Daume’s path to the yellow footprints of Parris Island, South Carolina, which will culminate in her graduation on Jan. 13 before later heading off to the Marine Corps’ School of Infantry, began years ago in a prison in Siberia, Russia, where she was born.
If the US really wants to win against China or Russia, it needs to start investing in the infantry
Never underestimate the importance of America's foundational and most critical military capability: the infantry.
The US may reportedly wash its hands of Afghanistan in the next 5 years
Like Joseph Stalin and Mao Zedong, U.S. officials have a five-year plan — for ending America's longest war, that is
This Marine Infantry Vet Lost His House To A Wildfire. Now He Keeps Others’ Homes Safe
After 46-year-old Marine Corps veteran Everett Evans lost his home to the Erskine wildfire that raged across 50,000 acres in...
All Military Service Deserves Equal Respect, Regardless Of MOS
Instead of giving each other the mutual respect they’ve earned, far too often, veterans put each other down. It sometimes...
The Science Book Every Grunt Should Read
In 2001, after more than 20 years of “Be All You Can Be,” the U.S. Army changed its recruiting slogan...
New Book ‘Old Silk Road’ Plunges Into The Loss, Disillusionment, And Addiction Of War
Norman Roberts, or Doc, is an Army medic assigned to an advisory team in Afghanistan’s Laghman Province in 2007, who...