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Can You Pick Out The Marine?

Can You Pick Out The Marine?

Can you find the Marine in this photo who has an attitude?

Malcolm Forbes
Cpl ’54-’57

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David “Gunner” Jones - June 24, 2020

Back row, 4th from left.

STEPHEN - June 24, 2020


Dennis Sutton - June 24, 2020

Top row second from right

CPL Franco 1st Mar Div - June 24, 2020

Middle row 3rd from left. Look at the uniform gentlemen.

Ed Kolodziej - June 24, 2020

Top row , 4th from left………Ooorah

Chris Lamberton - June 24, 2020

Marines of the late 1800s to early 1900s period often displayed ‘Attitude’ by means of crossed arms and a dour expression, as if to say “This is a bulls–t waste of time” , or ‘Don’t even think about messing with me.”

Dan - June 24, 2020

Second row third from left. Appears to be the only one with a Marine attitude. Looks like one tough SOB

Brian Bidwell - June 24, 2020

Top row, 4th from the left.

Art Niswonger - June 24, 2020

2nd row, 2nd from the right. Stern look, at attention, clean shaven, Jarhead if I’ve ever seen one.

William C. Farley (Mustang Major, USMC, retired, 1964-1992) - June 24, 2020

George C. Reid retired as a Brigadier General, USMC. Earned the Medal of Honor at Vera Cruz, Mexico

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