Marching into the US Marine Corps 245th Anniversary

“Some people spend their lives wondering if they made a difference.  Marines don’t have that problem.”
~Ronald Reagan

This year, three branches of the U.S. armed services have celebrated their 245th anniversary.  The USMC was created in 1775 when the Continental Congress authorized Marines’ battalions to serve aboard navy vessels as sharpshooters and boarding parties.
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Set Sail for the United States Navy’s 245th Birthday Celebration

In the 1980s, the United States Navy’s advertising slogan was – It’s Not a Job, It’s an Adventure.  For the past 245 years, the Navy has been providing men and women with an adventure o a lifetime.  CLICK HERE to read the entire article.

Folds of Honor Foundation

During Military funeral, the flag of the United States is draped over the casket. As a final salute, Taps is played. The flag is carefully folded 13 times and tucked into the shape of a bicorne hat.

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The United States Army’s 245th Birthday!

July 4, 1776, is commonly known as America’s Independence Day.  It was the day our great nation; the United States, was born.  One full year before the historic signing of the Deceleration of Independence, another significant event occurred… 

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Bryce Billetdeaux

Mr. Billetdeaux – 100 Year Old Navy & War Veteran

When Bryce Billetdeaux was born in 1920, Woodrow Wilson was president, and the Nineteenth Amendment that gave women the right to vote was ratified.

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