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The following was a submitted report for a US History research paper assignment We fight our countrys battles in the air on land and sea First to fight for right and freedom and to keep our honor clean We are proud to claim the title of United States Marine Our flags unfurled to every breeze from dawn to setting sun We have fought in every clime and place where we could take a gun In the snow of far off northern lands and in sunny tropic scenes You will find us always on the job The United States Marines Heres health to you and to our Corps which we are proud to serve In many a strife weve fought for life and never lost our nerve If the Army and the Navy ever look on heavens scenes they will find the streets are guarded by United States Marines The Marine hymn is eternally etched in the minds and soul of every recruit and officer who have served in the United States Marine Corps Every Marine has gone through boot camp each sacrificing blood sweat and tears One thing that has never deteriorated in their years of existence is the fact that they have yet to lose a war they have put effort in Is this exceptional record due to their extensive training Is it because of their aggressive nature and mindset What is to follow may shed some light on these questions and perhaps give some type of insight on how the Marine Corps was so prevailing and what conflicts had they had conquered 1775 November 10th This date is memorized and celebrated by every United States Marine as something of excellence a date of honor This date is non other than the birthdate of the Marine Corps It was on this date that the Continental Congress passed a resolution to create two operational battalions of
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