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Korean War hero,  Kurt Chew-Een Lee  Chinese American   thank you for your service

Maj. Lee was the first non-white regular officer in Marine Corps history and he was a hero of a bitter battle in the Korean War. [...] Maj. Lee, then a sergeant, wanted to serve in a combat role, in part, he said, because he felt Chinese Americans had been portrayed as weak and mild in the media. At the end of the war, he went to officer training school and was commissioned as a second lieutenant. When the Korean War broke out, in 1950, Lee was assigned to command a raw and untrained machine…

This is the deadliest Marine recruit on Parris Island

Facebook Twitter Linkedin Email Recruit Austin Ferrell has been shooting, building and machining rifles all of his life, so when he arrived to Chosin Rifle Range aboard Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, he felt right at home. Ferrell anticipated performing well on the range but never expected to walk away with the highest rifle … Read more

20 Most Famous Navy SEALS Of All Time

Frogmen, The Teams, The Men with Green Faces—no matter what you call them, Navy SEALs are probably the most famous warriors in the American military. Tracing their roots back to WWII, SEALs have proven over and over again to be masters of warfare in every environment. In fact, that’s what SEAL means. Sea, Air, and

25 Famous Veterans Throughout America's History - Military Machine

Famous Veterans from Clint Eastwood to Colin Powell. Chuck Norris military info, Gal Gadot military info, Mr. T veteran info, Steve McQueen military & more!

Johnny Carson (1925-2005). Ensign, U.S. Navy 1943-45 WW II. He enlisted as a Seaman Apprentice and later received a commission. He served as OIC of decoding messages on the USS Pennsylvania in the Pacific.

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Real ‘American Sniper’ once shot a target 2,100 yards away | New York Post~ Chris Kyle.

“American Sniper,” by the numbers: 4: That’s the number of biopics opening on Christmas Day, and while the others (“Selma,” “Unbroken,” “Big Eyes”) reach into the more distant past, “Am…

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