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- proper n. The United States Marine Corps; one of the major divisions of the US military, abbreviated USMC.
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- adj. a corps formed of the officers, noncommissioned officers, privates, and musicants of marines.
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- n. an amphibious division of the United States Navy
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"The Marine Corps is a diverse force, and all have earned the privilege to wear the Eagle globe and anchor," Kent says in the video.
At the end of the day, Congress and the American people know that the Marine Corps is a value and that we only ask for what we truly need, said Amos, saying that the Corps' expenses account for 8.5% of the defense budget while it provides 31% of the ground operating forces, 12% of fighter-attack aircraft and 19% of attack helicopters.
The Marine Corps has been the slowest to adopt Counterinsurgency practices, instead preferring to rely on the same battle tested tactics that brought them victory in Fallujah.
The Marine Corps is the smallest of the armed services - less than half as big as the Army.
The Marine Corps is a Naval service, and Navy chaplains minister to Marines.
The details that have come out about the shooter since the attack are as infuriating as they are not-the-least-bit-surprising: 22-year-old Richard Poplawski is identified as a Marine Corps wash-out, a recently unemployed white supremacist who believes that the Jews control the media and that, most tellingly, the Obama Administration is planning to ban his beloved guns.
PYLE: I once heard the AP described as the Marine Corps of journalism.
The Marine Corps, which is also being hit hard by suicide, will give all Marines similar training this month.
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