An M1A1 Abrams tank from the 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment, Fort Irwin, Calif., thunders down the road during Torrance's 58th Annual Armed Forces Day Parade, May 20, 2017. (U.S. Army/Sgt. David Edge)

A Marine who posted on Facebook that people who objected to tanks being part of July 4th festivities in the nation's capital should kill themselves has been disciplined administratively, a Corps spokesman said.

In July, Chief Warrant Officer 2 Kevin Ennett responded to a message from the Marine Corps' official Facebook account wishing Marines a happy Independence Day with the following tirade: "Here's to any complaints about tanks and a [middle finger] to anyone who says anything about PTSD! Happy 4th. Blow your fingers off, get black out drunk, engage in risky behavior that offends snow flakes. If you die, then you didn't deserve to live! If you wine, hurry and become a '22' statistic today!"

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U.S. Army Reserve/Master Sgt. Michel Sauret

The grand military parade that President Donald Trump wants to hold in the nation's capital in November is now expected to cost $92 million — $80 million more than the original estimate.

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U.S. Army photo / Elizabeth Fraser.

There is absolutely nothing that troops love more than standing at attention in formation — especially in the hot sun.

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President Donald Trump may not even show up to the big military parade supposedly taking place later this year in Washington, D.C.

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