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The Few The Proud
A Virtual Cemetery created by: Scott Braddy
Description: They died honorably and bravely for their mission, their fellow Marines and all Americans and others who are of free countries, and the ones that desire freedom and haven't yet obtained it. The Marines call themselves; Devil Dogs, Jar Heads, and Leathernecks, they call themselves these things proudly because those names were givin by friends and foes who saw their valor and pride and ferce fighting abilities in times of battle when usually outnumbered and outgunned. Any foe would expect them defeated, and maybe so, however, that does not mean the fight is over. It is not over until it's over, and when the chips are down is when they fight the fercist. They are Brave Marines, and I say one thing and they know, brotherhood and respect and pride....SEMPER FI! And I remember and thank them as a fellow Marine and free citizen. Thankyou!
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Beirut Military Memorial, 2998
b. unknown d. unknown
Arlington National Cemete...
Arlington
Arlington County
Virginia, USA
Peaches, Alfred James 157305423
b. Apr. 28, 1925 d. Jan. 16, 2016
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Bellemont
Coconino County
Arizona, USA
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