- n. Plural form of marine.
- n. members of a body of troops trained to serve on land or at sea
“That if we don't straighten up we are going to be like those marines from the dying world.”
“At each, I was greeted by marines from the 3rd Battalion, 1st Marine Regiment, whom I had last seen during the 2004 battle for Fallujah.”
“Butler gave the signal to attack and marines from the 15th Company poured through the breach, engaged the Cacos in hand-to-hand combat, took the bastion and crushed the Caco resistance.”
“ONLY very brave men or fools without any knowledge of modern shell fire could have fired upon our sailors and marines from the Naval School.”
“I saw three or four of our jollies -- as we called the marines -- drop while firing away from the forecastle.”
“A special unit of marines from the Dutch frigate Tromp had arrested the pirates on April 5 in a spectacular operation in the Gulf of Aden, about 500 miles (800 kilometers) east of Somalia.”
“I chose the skate name Devil Dog because I’m a former marine, and that was the nickname for marines in World War II.”
“The Germans called the marines “DEVIL DOGS”—and the name stuck.”
“Another thing i loved about the marines were their vehicles. the APC from Aliens was never used again, to a sad end. id like to see its return. and used more effectively in combat situations.”
“Mexican security analysts, U.S. officials and former military commanders say the marines are the recipients of an unequaled level of cooperation with American military and anti-narcotics agencies.”
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Nice ambient words from the movie. (With apologies to Patrick O'Brian.) Aaaah, life at sea...aboard a hulk of the British navy in 1805...
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