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Father Of A Marine Serving In Africa

Father Of A Marine Serving In Africa

By: Jeffrey Moore

I was given this old (very heavy) concrete Emblem that was in very poor condition. We cleaned it up and repainted so that can again serve as a symbol of honor for our Marines!

Jeffrey Moore

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RAYMOND USMC 69-71 - July 6, 2020

NO RULES NO REGULATION IN SHOWING YOUR PRIDE FOR THE CROPS!!!!!!!!! Your family members and yourself are part of the MARINES FAMILY!!! SO FLY IT!!!!!

Kelli - July 6, 2020

One more question . . . are there any rules and/or regulations that prohibits persons who did not serve in the USMC from flying the Marine Corps flag and showing Marine pride? I would not want to step on anyone’s toes and cause a problem if there is a rule/regulation for those who didn’t serve.

Kelli - July 6, 2020

Where do I get one as well! Both my Dad and Uncle are former Marines and I know both of them would LOVE to have something like this for their “collection” of USMC gear. If anyone knows, please email and let me know!

A.J. Apodaca - July 6, 2020

OooRah! Semper Fi! Sgt.1/11, 1969-1972

jerry powers - July 6, 2020

thank you and my god bless you and give you a safely back home.

Raymond Edwards - July 6, 2020

That is one outstanding piece of art work. At Sutherlands Hardware Store in Louisiana (has everything a man needs) They have a concrete one about 12 inches in diameter and is solid grey. Could be painted to look fitting. Semper Fidelis, Raymond Edwards Sgt Maj USMC Ret 1966-1996

Donnie Lee - July 6, 2020

…..boy , you have a great ornament…and would look better in my yard……you done a wonderful job fixing it up….semper fi……. ……”Doc” Lee…..’72–’82….1st Med. CLR 15 , 1st Marine ….

Bill McGuirk - July 6, 2020

How do i get one. Looks great SEMPER FI

Jim Stelling - July 6, 2020

That would look great in MY front yard.

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