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The United States Marine Corps Workout
This authentic, inside look at the physical fitness training programs of the United States Marine Corps is guaranteed to get you in the best shape of your life. Whether you are a Marine, plan to be a Marine, or just want to be as tough as a Marine
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The Making of a Marine
Witness for yourself the rigorous training of Marine Corps Boot Camp. Considered by many to be the toughest military training in the world.
Follow recruits as they prepare for Boot Camp at Parris Island. The recruits at Parris Island learn to cope with the punishing regimen of physical training and mental conditioning. DVD
Small Wars Manual
This manual is one of the mainstays of military wisdom. Even with the new thinking that includes ""Shock and Awe,"" this 1940 manual was sent to Iraq as a needed reference." For fans of the Army, Marines, and followers of the War on Terrorism
We Were One: Shoulder to Shoulder with the Marines Who Took Fallujah
Five months after being deployed to Iraq, Lima Companys 1st Platoon, 3rd Battalion, 1st Marine Regiment, found itself in Fallujah, embroiled in some of the most intense house-to-house, hand-to-hand urban combat since World War II
|Family In Service Flag||This standard is displayed by immediate family members of a person serving in the Armed Forces during a period of war. It may be flown as a traditional flag with canvas heading and grommets beneath the US flag on a flagpole although it is more commonly seen as a bannerette hung in a home or in a window.
The flag was designed by Capt. R.L. Queisser and copyrighted in 1917. The copyright has since passed to the US Department. of Defense.
Organizations and businesses may also display the Service Flag if they have members serving in the Armed Forces. The family member who is in the service does not need to be stationed overseas in order for his or her family to display the Service Flag.
Each star indicates one family member serving in the Armed Forces of the United States. If multiple stars are shown, a gold star takes the place of honor nearest the staff The blue star represents one family member serving in the Armed Forces. The blue star is covered or replaced with a gold star to indicate that the family member was killed or died during the war or period of hostilities.
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