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Sometimes we forget that Drew Carey served for 6 years in the United States Marine Corps.

Sometimes we forget that Drew Carey served for 6 years in the United States Marine Corps.

Drew Carey - After leaving Kent State University in Carey enlisted into the United States Marine Corps Reserve and served for six years.

Facebook: Marine Corps Emblem ‘Violates Community Standards.’ ---------------------------------------------------  If it would have been the ISIS flag you can damn well bet it would still be there. Facebook’s standards are a warped effing joke.

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Frank E. Petersen Jr. (USMC) (born March 2, 1932 in Topeka, Kansas) is a retired United States Marine Corps Lieutenant General. He was the first African-American Marine Corps aviator and the first African-American Marine Corps general. #TodayInBlackHistory

Frank E. (USMC) (born March 1932 in Topeka, Kansas) is a retired United States Marine Corps Lieutenant General. He was the first African-American Marine Corps aviator and the first Black American Marine Corps general.

First black Marine Jim Rundles passes away at the age of 94 on March 13, 2014. Jim Rundles came into the Marine Corps at a time that all branches were segregated. He helped bring about the modern thought by Marines that all Marines are just a shade of green. This man survived Montford Point and World War II.

First black Marine Jim Rundles came into the Marine Corps at a time that all branches were segregated. He helped bring about the modern thought by Marines that all Marines are just a shade of green. This man survived Montford Point and World War II.

A TOP PIN! - Staff Sergeant Bea Arthur, United States Marine Corps, 1943 – 1945  While the Marine Corps might seem an unlikely place for a future Golden Girl, Bea Arthur apparently served in the Corps for 30 months as a truck driver and typist. She was one of the initial recruits to the Women’s Reserve and rose TO the rank of Staff Sergeant during her World War II service.

Staff Sergeant Bea Arthur, United States Marine Corps, 1943 – 1945 While the… sergent-major Bea Arthur, United States Marine Corps, 1943 - 1945 Alors que le .

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