Call it “Camp Luh-jern”

Source:http://www.marinecorpstimes.com/news/2008/09/marine_lejeunename_092908w/ Group wants everyone to say it exactly the way the general did By Dan Lamothe – Staff writerPosted : Wednesday Oct 1, 2008 18:42:30 EDT Lt. Gen. John Archer Lejeune is one of the Corps’ all-time heroes, a legendary leatherneck who became the first Marine to lead an Army division, and who later ushered … Read moreCall it “Camp Luh-jern”

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Call it "Camp Luh-jern"

Source:http://www.marinecorpstimes.com/news/2008/09/marine_lejeunename_092908w/ Group wants everyone to say it exactly the way the general did By Dan Lamothe – Staff writerPosted : Wednesday Oct 1, 2008 18:42:30 EDT Lt. Gen. John Archer Lejeune is one of the Corps’ all-time heroes, a legendary leatherneck who became the first Marine to lead an Army division, and who later ushered … Read moreCall it "Camp Luh-jern"

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What did you do at HMX-1?

Wally, here is a little more on “Army One”. They remained in the WH [White House] program until the late 1970’s. I have attached something I wrote when asked: “What did you do at HMX?” on the squadron’s 60th anniversary.Previously the U.S. Army and the U.S. Marine Corps shared the responsibilities of presidential helicopter transportation … Read moreWhat did you do at HMX-1?

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Black Marines – Montford Point

Hand Salute!~WallyMontford Point: Back to Where It All Began for Black MarinesStory by Pfc. Kelvin ClarkPosted: 02.26.2009 02:09 The Marine Corps was established in 1775, however, it was not until 1942 that blacks were permitted to serve in the Corps. Montford Point, N.C., was the first recruit training camp for black Marines and operated from … Read moreBlack Marines – Montford Point

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