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SYPHILIS ~ stay away from dance halls! Watch yourselves, ladies! It would appear that wartime soldiers were STD-riddled whores! ;D

The 12 Best World War II STD Posters

vintage photo Syphilis sexually transmitted disease, All of these men soldiers have it, Women Stay away from dance halls, World War Two propaganda

I'm so proud of our heroes that have in the past and continue in the present moment to make the sacrifices that they do to keep our country free!!

American WWII propaganda poster "These colors won't run. Remember Pearl Harbor" - an American flag and a soldier playing the bugle are depicted

On this day in 1944, the 4th Marine Division, as part of the first assault on islands controlled by the Japanese, captured Namur and eight other islands in the Kwajalein Atoll.

"First To Fight - 'Democracy's Vanguard' - US Marine Corps - Join Now And Test Your Courage. Real Fighting With Real Fighters" ~ WWI recruitment poster.


Our Corps has done two things for this Nation. We make Marines, and we win battles.

Brave Man....( I THANK YOU ALL )

Support our troops with ptsd. They have seen death and some held their friends till death does them part

Norman Rockwell

"Reflections" is a nationally known painting by artist Lee Teter depicting the past and present reminiscence of a comrade and his brother that "did not come home" at the Vietnam Memorial Wall in Washington D.

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ha my brother is a marine. He is half Greek with Spartan blood! They called him this at basic!

RANK STRUCTURE AND INSIGNIA OF ENLISTED MILITARY PERSONNEL - ALL BRANCHES OF US MILITARY SERVICE - web credit here - http://www.aviationexplorer.com/air_force_rank_structure.htm

United States Military Rank Structure for the Air Force, Army, Marines, Navy, National Guard and Coast Guard Insignia - Military Rank

Food for France This WWI fund raising poster shows a girl feeding a wounded soldier and reads, 'Food for France.' The poster was produced in 1918 by New York's W.F. Powers Co.

Food for France

WWl US poster: "This WWI fund raising poster shows a girl feeding a wounded soldier and reads, "Food for France." The poster was produced in 1918 by New York's W. Powers Co.

We should NEVER take anything for granted.  We need to stop complaining about what we need to do, because I can tell you this much, Military life is a hundred times harder than civilian life.  God bless!!!


remember what they've been through. While we sit here and argue about the simple things our soldiers are being asked to walk though Hell with a smile. God bless our troops past and present.

Uniforms and battlegrounds may change, but Marines remain the same breed.

Tribute Real to Heroes True Then and Now The Same Breed by United States Marine Corps Official Page