Gripes go up.
It was one of the most dramatic and important military missions of World War II.
Honestly, this could be really good.
It sounds like an idea that was cooked up in a Hollywood writer's room, but it really happened.
"I could no longer be the person I was prior to the Marine Corps."
On January 26, 1945, the most decorated service member of World War II earned his legacy in a fiery fashion.
"At the time, I didn't think I was doing anything great. I knew I was helping our country."
“People are fragile in their everyday lives and feel like they have to do it alone, but they don’t."
"He truly represents members of the greatest generation, who did so much but asked so little from their country."
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