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Marine Sgt. at New Orleans, La.

Second Platoon of "G" Company, U.S. Marines of 5th Regiment, Clean Snipers Out of Residential Section of Seoul, Capital of Korea. 1stMarDiv. Korea.

Rally 'round the flag with United States Marines "Soldiers of the sea" First in defense on land or sea / / Sidney H. Riesenberg 1916.

Chemical Warfare Service - Drills - United States - The U.S. Marines in training at Quantico, Virginia recently going through their drills for the benefit of Secretary Daniels and other members of the Government

Spirit of 1917--Join the United States Marines and be first in defense on land or sea

Ceremonies - Preparedness Day, Washington, D.C. - Marine veterans stage realistic battle in Philadelphia, PA. to stimulate recruiting. Two hundred United States Marines, veterans of the Nicaraguan, Haytian and Dominican campaigns, staged a sham battle in the very heart of Philadelphia, PA., to stimulate recruiting. Divided into defenders and attackers, the former using the ruins of the buildings which are being razed to make way for a park. The Marines Marines skirmishedfor two hours. The men were attired in field uniform loaded down with equipment, hauled field guns and light artillery as though the taking of the city depended upon their efforts. The battle was planned as part of the recruiting campaign of the Marine Corps. Photo shows Marines enroute to battle; Madeline McCadden bearing the standard. 1917

Decorations - Presentations - By Foreign Governments - Captain Garvey, U.S. Marines, at attention during reading of citation awarding him the Croix de Guerre. Cincinnati, Ohio

Ceremonies - Miscellaneous Reviews and Camp Scenes - U.S. Marines in review

Ceremonies - Review in Theatre of Operations - Italian Army and Miscellaneous Reviews - Celebration of the signing of the Armistice in China

American Library Association - V&W (not in alphabetical order) - U.S. Marines receiving singing lessons, Quantico, VA

Living Emblem of the United States Marines: 100 Officers and 9000 Enlisted men, Marine Barracks, Paris Island, S.C., Brigadier General J.H. Pendleton, Commanding

The War is Over for These Korean Captives of U.S. Marines who have Planted their Flag Atop Wolmi Island, at Inchon

Marine Sgt. at New Orleans, La.

Marine Sgt. at New Orleans, La.

U.S. Marines Come Ashore at Inchon in an Amphibious Tractor, Prepared to Plant the American flag at Seoul. The flag was Given to Them by Col. Lewis B. Puller

Inchon Residents Return to the Streets and Normal Way of Living as U.S. Marines March Through to Engage Enemy at Seoul

Up Goes the American Flag, Raised by Victorious U.S. Marines Over the Capital of Korea to Signify the Defeat of Communist Forces in Seoul

Watershed wildfire

Watershed wildfire
Watershed wildfire

U.S. Marines head into combat after being airlifted to Calu by the C-123 Provider aircraft of the 311th Air Commando Squadron. In all, the 13 aircraft delivered 475 troops and over six tons of equipment in 90 minutes

U.S. Marines from Co. G and Co. E, 2nd Bn., 9th Marines, prepare to depart the aircraft carrier USS CORAL SEA (CV-43) following the rescue operation of the merchant vessel SS MAYAGUEZ and the Kon Tang Island Operation

U.S. Marines from Co. G and Co. E, 2nd Bn., 9th Marines, depart the aircraft carrier USS CORAL SEA (CV-43) following the rescue operation of the merchant vessel SS MAYAGUEZ and the Kon Tang Island Operation

U.S. Marines march down a road toward their objective. The 4th Marine Amphibious Brigade is participating in the NATO exercise Northern Wedding

A High-Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV) driven by U.S. Marines Corps personnel from a Weapons Company with the 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, head down a narrow stretch of road while in route to the Khowst-Gardez Pass in Afghanistan, on Dec. 28, 2004. These Marines are conducting security and stabilization operations in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. (U.S. Marine Corps PHOTO by CPL James L. Yarboro) (Released)

During a snow storm, U.S. Marines Corps personnel mounted on High-Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicles (HMMWV) from a Weapons Company with the 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, head down a narrow stretch of road while in route to the Khowst-Gardez Pass in Afghanistan, on Dec. 28, 2004. These Marines are conducting security and stabilization operations in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. (U.S. Marine Corps PHOTO by CPL James L. Yarboro) (Released)

U.S. Marines Corps personnel from a Weapons Company with the 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, head down a narrow stretch of road while in route to the Khowst-Gardez Pass in Afghanistan, on Dec. 28, 2004. These Marines are conducting security and stabilization operations in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. (U.S. Marine Corps PHOTO by CPL James L. Yarboro) (Released)

The Marine Memorial dedicated to U.S. Marines who served on the island during World War II

U.S. Marines, former hostages, arrive at the base for their departure to the United States. The 52 hostages were hospitalized for a few days after their release from Iran

U.S. Marines, former hostages, arrive at the base for their departure to the United States. The 52 hostages were hospitalized for a few days after their release from Iran

United States Marines aboard a C-141 Starlifter aircraft in flight, apply facial camouflage make-up for an assault mission during exercise Team Spirit '81

U.S. Marines and members of the military of Sri Lanka talk together as they look over the heavy rubber fuel bags that are used to refuel the helicopters. The Marines and the helicopters are from Marine Medium Helicopter Squadron 165 (HMM-165)

Japanese engineers and U.S. Marines work together to position a crate of television transmitter parts on a cargo net for an external airlift by a Marine CH-53 Sea Stallion helicopter from Marine Medium Helicopter Squadron 165 (HMM-165)

U.S. Marines of Co. K, 3rd Bn., 6th Mar., fires the light anti-armor weapon (LAW) during their participation in the amphibious landing exercise, Unitas XXII

An Argentine Marine company commander briefs U.S. Marines CPT Allan Bacon on the area for their live fire exercise. The U.S. Marines are from Co. K, 3rd Bn., 6th Mar., and are here to participate in the amphibious landing exercise, Unitas XXII

Two Uruguayan marines demonstrate one of the ways they search a vehicle and its occupants as part of their anti-terrorist program. U.S. Marines of Co. K, 3rd Bn., 6th Mar., are here to participate in the joint amphibious landing exercise, Unitas XXII. Marines from many countries in South America are participating in exercise

U.S. Marines from the 34th Marine Amphibious Unit form assault waves as they head toward the beach in tracked landing vehicles during the NATO exercise Display Determination '81. The tank landing ship USS HARLAN COUNTY (LST-1196) is in the background

U.S. Marines are from Co. K, 3rd Bn., 6th Mar., are given a briefing on the area of operation for the amphibious landing exercise, Unitas XXII, that will take place here in Chile

U.S. Marines discuss strategy with the first lieutenant aboard the amphibious transport dock USS AUSTIN (LPD-4) during OPERATION SOLID SHIELD

Three U.S. Marines of Weapons Co. 3rd Bn., 6th Mar., demonstrate the setting up of their 81mm mortar. Looking on are a general and other Peruvian military officers. They are all a part of the joint amphibious landing exercise Unitas XXII

Three U.S. Marines of Co. K, 3rd Bn., 6th Mar., talk to two Peruvian children during Operation Unitas XXII. The Marines are participating in a joint amphibious landing exercise with military men from many South American countries

U.S. Marines of Co. K, 3rd Bn., 6th Marines, exit from an LVTP-7 tracked landing vehicle and hit the beach during Operation Unitas XXII. Militarymen from many South American countries are participating in the operation

During a briefing U.S. Marine CPT Allan Bacon uses a terrain map to show their positions to his commanding officer and two Netherland Marine officers. They are participating in Operation Unitas XXII. The U.S. Marines are from Co. K, 3rd Bn., 6th Marines

U.S. Marines of Co. K, 3rd Bn., 6th Marines, are on patrol as they walk down a village street. The Marines are carrying their standard M-16A1 rifles as they participate in Operation Unitas XXII

U.S. Marines, aboard tracked landing vehicle (LVTP-7), land during Valiant Blitz, the amphibious assault landing phase of exercise Team Spirit '82

U.S. Marines operate M-60 machine guns, left, and an M-16 rifle, right, during Valiant Blitz, the amphibious assault landing phase of exercise Team Spirit '82

U.S. Marines load an M-60 machine gun during Valiant Blitz, the amphibious assault landing phase of exercise Team Spirit '82

U.S. Marines, aboard a tracked landing vehicle (LVTP-7), land during Valiant Blitz, the amphibious assault landing phase of exercise Team Spirit '82

U.S. Marines, aboard an M-60A1 tank, land during Valiant Blitz, the amphibious assault phase of exercise Team Spirit '82

U.S. Marines head inland during Valiant Blitz, the amphibious assault landing phase of exercise Team Spirit '82

U.S. Marines use panels to signal the location to ensuing landing craft during Valiant Blitz, the amphibious assault landing phase of exercise Team Spirit '82

U.S. Marines, aboard a tracked landing vehicle (LVTP-7), land during Valiant Blitz, the amphibious assault landing phase of exercise Team Spirit '82

U.S. Marines, aboard a tracked landing vehicle (LVTP-7), land during Valiant Blitz, the amphibious assault landing phase of exercise Team Spirit '82

U.S. Marines board the amphibious assault ship USS TRIPOLI (LPH-10) for the trip to South Korea to participate in exercise Team Spirit '82

U.S. Marines gather around a tracked landing vehicle in use during Operation Alloy Express '82

U.S. Marines from 1ST Marine Brigade land ashore during exercise Team Spirit '82

U.S. Marines and South Korean newsmen dine on survival rations during exercise Team Spirit '82

U.S. Marines fire rounds from an M-60 machine gun and an M-16 rifle during exercise Team Spirit '82

U.S. Marines set up mortars and M-60 machine guns prior to a firing demonstration for South Korean newsmen during exercise Team Spirit '82

U.S. Marines fire rounds from an M-60 machine gun during exercise Team Spirit '82

U.S. Marines show a group of South Korean newsmen how to prepare survival rations during exercise Team Spirit '82

U.S. Marines wait with their sea bags to board the amphibious assault ship USS TRIPOLI (LPH-10) for the trip to South Korea during exercise Team Spirit '82

U.S. Marines exercise on the flight deck of the tank landing ship USS FRESNO (LST-1182) while en route to South Korea during exercise Team Spirit '82

U.S. Marines walk down to the pier to board the amphibious assault ship USS TRIPOLI (LPH-10), right, and the amphibious transport dock USS DUBUQUE (LPD-8) to participate in exercise Team Spirit '82

U.S. Marines prepare to board the amphibious assault ship USS TRIPOLI (LPH-10) for the trip to South Korea during exercise Team Spirit '82

U.S. Marines aboard the aircraft carrier USS INDEPENDENCE (CV-62) offload the remains of Lieutenant Commander Nicholas George Brooks from an SH-3 Sea King helicopter, attached to Carrier Air Wing 6 (CVW-6). Brooks, killed in action over Laos in 1973, will be given a burial-at-sea service

U.S. Marines from the 6th Marine Amphibious Brigade, check a map as they play the role of aggressors during the Combined Arms Operation (CAO 1-82). They are dressed as Soviet naval infantrymen and are armed with Soviet rifles

Two U.S. Marines from the 6th Marine Amphibious Brigade play the role of aggressors dressed as Soviet naval infantrymen armed with Soviet rifles, during the Combined Arms Operation (CAO 1-82)

U.S. Marines from the 6th Marine Amphibious Brigade, play the role of aggressors dressed as Soviet naval infantrymen armed with Soviet rifles, during the Combined Arms Operation (CAO 1-82)

U.S. Marines set up a gun tripod on the beach during Operation Ocean Venture '82

U.S. Marines and French paratroopers play soccer. The men have been assigned to Lebanon as part of a multinational peacekeeping force following a confrontation between Israeli forces and the Palestine Liberation Organization

A beachmaster speaks on his two-way radio as preparations are made to lower the ramp of a utility landing craft during landing operations. U.S. Marines have been assigned to Lebanon as part of a multinational peacekeeping force following a confrontation between Israeli forces and the Palestine Liberation Organization

U.S. Marines come ashore during landing operations. U.S. Marines have been assigned to Lebanon as part of a multinational peacekeeping force following a confrontation between Israeli forces and the Palestine Liberation Organization

Two members of an explosive ordnance disposal team work together to mark the location of possible mines found with the aid of a metal detector on the beach. U.S. Marines have been assigned to Lebanon as part of a multinational peacekeeping force after a confrontation between Israeli forces and the Palestine Liberation Organization

A U.S. Marine beachmaster directs the offloading of amphibious vehicles from the amphibious transport dock USS NASHVILLE (LPD-13). U.S. Marines have been assigned to Lebanon as part of a multinational peacekeeping force following a confrontation between Israeli forces and the Palestine Liberation Organization

U.S. Marines assemble in ranks upon their arrival at Beirut International Airport. U.S. Marines have been assigned to Lebanon as part of a multinational peacekeeping force following a confrontation between Israeli forces and the Palestine Liberation Organization

An aerial view of the Company E camp area. U.S. Marines have been assigned to Lebanon as part of a multinational peacekeeping force following a confrontation between Israeli forces and the Palestine Liberation Organization

COL James M. Meade, commander of the 32nd Marine Amphibious Unit, leads Marines down the bow ramp of the tank landing ship USS MANITOWOC (LST-1180). The U.S. Marines will be part of the multinational peacekeeping force in Lebanon following a confrontation between Israeli forces and the Palestine Liberation Organization

A member of an explosive ordnance disposal team uses a metal detector to check for mines on the beach. U.S. Marines have been assigned to Lebanon as part of a multinational peacekeeping force after a confrontation between Israeli forces and the Palestine Liberation Organization

COL James M. Mead, commander of the 32nd Marine Amphibious Unit, watches as U.S. Marines come ashore in amphibious vehicles. U.S. Marines have been assigned to Lebanon as part of a multinational peacekeeping force after a confrontation between Israeli forces and the Palestine Liberation Organization

Two members of an explosive ordnance disposal team prepare to use a metal detector to check for mines on the beach. U.S. Marines have been assigned to Lebanon as part of a multinational peacekeeping force after a confrontation between Israeli forces and the Palestine Liberation Organization

A CH-46 Sea Knight helicopter takes off after leaving supplies and equipment. U.S. Marines have been assigned to Lebanon as part of a multinational peacekeeping force following a confrontation between Israeli forces and the Palestine Liberation Organization

An LVTC-7 tracked command vehicle comes ashore as U.S. Marines disembark from a landing ship (LST). U.S. Marines have been assigned to Lebanon as part of a multinational peacekeeping force after a confrontation between Israeli forces and the Palestine Liberation Organization

U. S. Marines disembark from the utility landing craft 1657 (LCU-1657). U.S. Marines have been assigned to Lebanon as part of a multinational peacekeeping force after a confrontation between Israeli forces and the Palestine Liberation Organization

A beachmaster uses a flag to signal waiting ships during landing operations. U.S. Marines have been assigned to Lebanon as part of a multinational peacekeeping force following a confrontation between Israeli forces and the Palestine Liberation Organization

An aerial view of the Company E camp area. U.S. Marines have been assigned to Lebanon as part of a multinational peacekeeping force following a confrontation between Israeli forces and the Palestine Liberation Organization

U.S. Marines leave a U.S. Air Force C-141B Starlifter aircraft. U.S. Marines have been assigned to Lebanon as part of a multinational peacekeeping force following a confrontation between Israeli forces and the Palestine Liberation Organization

U.S. Marines attend a memorial service for CPL Reagen who was killed by a land mine shortly after his arrival in Lebanon. U.S. Marines have been assigned to Lebanon as part of a multinational peacekeeping force following a confrontation between Israeli forces and the Palestine Liberation Organization

U. S. Marines come ashore in a LVTP-7 tracked landing vehicle. U.S. Marines have been assigned to Lebanon as part of a multinational peacekeeping force after a confrontation between Israeli forces and the Palestine Liberation Organization

U. S. Marines disembark from utility landing craft 1657 (LCU-1657). U.S. Marines have been assigned to Lebanon as part of a multinational peacekeeping force after a confrontation between Israeli forces and the Palestine Liberation Organization

A view of building damaged by bombing during a confrontation between Israeli forces and the Palestine Liberation Organization. U.S. Marines have been assigned to Lebanon as part of a multinational peacekeeping force

U.S. Marines leave a utility landing craft during landing operations at the port. The Marines have been assigned to Lebanon as part of a multinational peacekeeping force following a confrontation between Israeli forces and the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO)

A Marine patrols his company area. U.S. Marines have been assigned to Lebanon as part of a multinational peacekeeping force following a confrontation between Israeli forces and the Palestine Liberation Organization

U. S. Marines disembark from utility landing craft 1657 (LCU-1657). U.S. Marines have been assigned to Lebanon as part of a multinational peacekeeping force after a confrontation between Israeli forces and the Palestine Liberation Organization

A U.S. Marine LVTP-7 tracked landing vehicle moves along the perimeter of Beirut airport. U.S. Marines have been assigned to Lebanon as part of a multinational peacekeeping force after a confrontation between Israeli forces and the Palestine Liberation Organization

U.S. Marines prepare to offload equipment and supplies from utility landing craft 1653 (LCU-1653) during landing operations. U.S. Marines have been assigned to Lebanon as part of a multinational peacekeeping force following a confrontation between Israeli forces and the Palestine Liberation Organization

U.S. Marines from Company F establish their camp near the beach. U.S. Marines have been assigned to Lebanon as part of a multinational peacekeeping force following a confrontation between Israeli forces and the Palestine Liberation Organization

U.S. Marines drive a lighter amphibious resupply cargo vehicle (LARC-V) aboard utility landing craft 1657 (LCU-1657). U.S. Marines have been assigned to Lebanon as part of a multinational peacekeeping force after a confrontation between Israeli forces and the Palestine Liberation Organization

A U.S. Marine lighter amphibious resupply cargo vehicle (LARC-V) moves toward the amphibious transport dock USS NASHVILLE (LPD-13). U.S. Marines have been assigned to Lebanon as part of a multinational peacekeeping force following a confrontation between Israeli forces and the Palestine Liberation Organization

U.S. Marines disembark from a utility landing craft during landing operations. U.S. Marines have been assigned to Lebanon as part of a multinational peacekeeping force following a confrontation between Israeli forces and the Palestine Liberation Organization

COL James M. Meade, commander of the 32nd Marine Amphibious Unit, leads U.S. Marines down the bow ramp of the tank landing ship USS MANITOWOC (LST-1180). The Marines are part of a multinational peacekeeping force assigned to Lebanon after a confrontation between Israeli forces and the Palestine Liberation Organization

U.S. Marines from an 81mm unit run to their mortar at the start of a general quarters drill. U.S. Marines have been assigned to Lebanon as part of a multinational peacekeeping force following a confrontation between Israeli forces and the Palestine Liberation Organization