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Thread: Jetdawgg, you continue to be a PR guy for the Marines

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    Jetdawgg, you continue to be a PR guy for the Marines

    It's interesting that in almost every thread of yours, you continue to be a commerical for the Marine Corps.

    Now, you and I both know that the Corps isn't the toughest, meanest, or any other adjective you want to throw out there...yeah, you and many of your Marine comrades like to throw that around, but it isn't true at all. In fact, look over this list of former military men...they all have something in common. Each one is the highest decorated in their prospective wars.

    World War I.......Alvin York
    World War II......Audie Murphy
    Korean War.......Tony Herbert
    Vietnam War......Joe Ronnie Hooper

    So, what common link do the highest decorated men have in common?

    All are United States Army!

    It's one thing to be proud of your military branch, but, come on, give it a rest how the Marines are the best...I've fought along side both Army and Marines...good and bad in both.

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    [QUOTE=JetFanFL]It's interesting that in almost every thread of yours, you continue to be a commerical for the Marine Corps.

    Now, you and I both know that the Corps isn't the toughest, meanest, or any other adjective you want to throw out there...yeah, you and many of your Marine comrades like to throw that around, but it isn't true at all. In fact, look over this list of former military men...they all have something in common. Each one is the highest decorated in their prospective wars.

    World War I.......Alvin York
    World War II......Audie Murphy
    Korean War.......Tony Herbert
    Vietnam War......Joe Ronnie Hooper

    So, what common link do the highest decorated men have in common?

    All are United States Army!

    It's one thing to be proud of your military branch, but, come on, give it a rest how the Marines are the best...I've fought along side both Army and Marines...good and bad in both.[/QUOTE]

    Dawgg is the greatest American Patriot who ever lived......and he'll be happy to tell you that. Repeatedly.

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    [QUOTE=JetFanFL]It's interesting that in almost every thread of yours, you continue to be a commerical for the Marine Corps.

    Now, you and I both know that the Corps isn't the toughest, meanest, or any other adjective you want to throw out there...yeah, you and many of your Marine comrades like to throw that around, but it isn't true at all. In fact, look over this list of former military men...they all have something in common. Each one is the highest decorated in their prospective wars.

    World War I.......Alvin York
    World War II......Audie Murphy
    Korean War.......Tony Herbert
    Vietnam War......Joe Ronnie Hooper

    So, what common link do the highest decorated men have in common?

    All are United States Army!

    It's one thing to be proud of your military branch, but, come on, give it a rest how the Marines are the best...I've fought along side both Army and Marines...good and bad in both.[/QUOTE]

    I have been on this board for over two years. It is just recently that I have been attacked for being unpatriotic, a traitor and Bendict Arnold.

    You need to get on those guys who make those claims. Until those names were posted you neve knew I was in the Marines.

    Don't pick at the branch, get to the root.....Don't start none won't be none.

    [COLOR=Blue]Marines know how to use their bayonets. Army bayonets may as well be paper-weights. [Navy Times; November 1994][/COLOR]

    [COLOR=Blue]Why in hell can't the Army do it if the Marines can. They are the same kind of men; why can't they be like Marines. [Gen. John J. "Black Jack" Pershing, USA; 12 February 1918][/COLOR]


    [COLOR=Blue]The safest place in Korea was right behind a platoon of Marines. Lord, how they could fight! [MGen. Frank E. Lowe, USA; Korea, 26 January 1952][/COLOR]


    [COLOR=Blue]I have just returned from visiting the Marines at the front, and there is not a finer fighting organization in the world! [Gen. Douglas MacArthur, USA; Korea, 21 September 1950][/COLOR]

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    [QUOTE=Jetdawgg]I have been on this board for over two years. It is just recently that I have been attacked for being unpatriotic, a traitor and Bendict Arnold.

    You need to get on those guys who make those claims. Until those names were posted you neve knew I was in the Marines.

    Don't pick at the branch, get to the root.....Don't start none won't be none.

    [COLOR=Blue]Marines know how to use their bayonets. Army bayonets may as well be paper-weights. [Navy Times; November 1994][/COLOR]

    [COLOR=Blue]Why in hell can't the Army do it if the Marines can. They are the same kind of men; why can't they be like Marines. [Gen. John J. "Black Jack" Pershing, USA; 12 February 1918][/COLOR]


    [COLOR=Blue]The safest place in Korea was right behind a platoon of Marines. Lord, how they could fight! [MGen. Frank E. Lowe, USA; Korea, 26 January 1952][/COLOR]


    [COLOR=Blue]I have just returned from visiting the Marines at the front, and there is not a finer fighting organization in the world! [Gen. Douglas MacArthur, USA; Korea, 21 September 1950][/COLOR][/QUOTE]

    I can list a whole crap load of positive quotes about the Army, Navy and Air Force as well...quotes mean nothing....see that list of most decorated? It speaks volumes of combat. Until you've actually been in a combat situation or two, talk to me. I've had my share and have the mental and physical scars to prove it.

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    [QUOTE=JetFanFL]I can list a whole crap load of positive quotes about the Army, Navy and Air Force as well...quotes mean nothing....see that list of most decorated? It speaks volumes of combat. Until you've actually been in a combat situation or two, talk to me. I've had my share and have the mental and physical scars to prove it.[/QUOTE]

    I don't questions anyones patriotism on the board. I have repeatedly been attacked about mine.

    Get on those gents and then get back to me. I have scars from the Bronx and Harlem too.

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    The Marines are the finest group of fighting men in the history of this country!
    No I was in the Navy (Viet Nam)

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    [QUOTE=MnJetFan]The Marines are the finest group of fighting men in the history of this country!
    No I was in the Navy (Viet Nam)[/QUOTE]

    Well, like I said...we all think the branch we served in was the best...when were you in Nam? I served as an Army Ranger with the 101st A/B from Apr 68-69.

    Plus, being that the Marines are part of the Navy, you would think that... ;)
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    [QUOTE=MnJetFan]The Marines are the finest group of fighting men in the history of this country!
    No I was in the Navy (Viet Nam)[/QUOTE]

    Thanks champ. Not for anything but I served my country and I constantly get attacked by folks who did not and he gets on me......

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    [QUOTE=JetFanFL]It's interesting that in almost every thread of yours, you continue to be a commerical for the Marine Corps.[/QUOTE]

    Didn't you know, jetdawgg served in the Marines in the same unit that barrack osama served in. I think hillary was in the same unit. They have strong opinions on the war, and as we all know, you need to serve to have an opinion.

    As a matter of fact, don't question this decorated hero. Just agree with every dumb a$$ thing he types...all 1000 threads worth.

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    [QUOTE=Spirit of Weeb]Didn't you know, jetdawgg served in the Marines in the same unit that barrack osama served in. I think hillary was in the same unit. They have strong opinions on the war, and as we all know, you need to serve to have an opinion.

    As a matter of fact, don't question this decorated hero. Just agree with every dumb a$$ thing he types...all 1000 threads worth.[/QUOTE]

    You are an certified @sshole. And I am a decorated hero fool.

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