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What it was like fighting on Iwo Jima, according to a Marine Medal of Honor recipient
"I could no longer be the person I was prior to the Marine Corps."
A Catholic priest and a Jewish boxer walked into a foxhole on Guadalcanal — and put on a midnight Christmas Mass for the ages
"There were guys who came from every religion and some of them didn't even have one, but they were all crying and thinking about the same thing"
What the Guadalcanal campaign revealed about the nature of warfare — and why it matters for modern conflicts
Between Aug. 7, 1942, and Feb. 9, 1943, U.S. forces sought to capture – and then defend – the Pacific island of Guadalcanal from the Japanese military. What started as...
75 Years After The Battle Of Guadalcanal, The 1st Marine Raiders’ Legacy Endures
Seventy-five years ago, on Aug. 7, 1942, the Allied offensive against Japan began with the invasion of Guadalcanal in the … Continued
96-Year-Old WWII Raider Gets A Police Escort On His Way To A Marine Corps Reunion
A routine traffic stop and speeding ticket in June became the catalyst for a patriotic display on Aug. 6, when … Continued
This Is What Happened When A Pearl Harbor Survivor Had His Life Savings Stolen
After Navy veteran Jack Holder, had his life savings stolen in a sweepstakes scam, a GoFundMe page created in his … Continued
Watch A Marine WWII Ace Describe Downing 7 Japanese Bombers On His First Combat Patrol
On April 7, 1943, Medal of Honor recipient and Marine fighter ace James E. Swett shot down 7 Japanese bombers, … Continued
MARSOC Anniversary Celebrates 10 Years Of Heroism
Marine Raiders, past and present, look back on their legacy in a video celebrating the 10th anniversary of U.S. Marine … Continued
The Message That Ended The First Major Offensive In The Pacific During WWII
With a little witty repartee over the radio, the Allies first major offensive in the Pacific during World War II … Continued