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The few, the proud

A number of you want to discuss the fact that the Marine Corps has decided to scrap their recruiting slogan “The few, the proud, the Marines”, the Washington Times reports. “‘The Few, The Proud,’ does a great job distinguishing ourselves from the other branches and making us prestigious to recruits, but it doesn’t say anything […]
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