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The new boys arrive at boot camp to train for Vietnam. There they meet Sergeant Loyce (R. Lee Ermey).
Americans do war and cinema extremely well. Sometimes we combine the two.
Virginian Lewis Burwell “Chesty” Puller was an all-American hero who served in conflicts around the world including the Pacific in World War II and the Korean War in the 1950s. He was a Marine, and even although he died almost 50 years ago, he is still a legend within the ranks of that elite U.S. military outfit. Puller was born in June 1898 in West Point, Virginia, to parents Matthew and Martha. His father was a grocer but sadly died when Puller was just ten years old. It has been said that the fatherless boy would while away many childhood hours listening to tales of derring-do from old campaigners from the American Civil War. That conflict had ended in 1865 – not much more than 30 years before Puller was born – so there was every chance that the impressionable young lad met veterans who had actually participated in the war. Indeed, legendary Confederate General “Stonewall” Jackson was apparently a particular hero of the youngster’s. In 1916, the teenage Puller was eager to see some action for himself and to generate some war stories of his own. The young Virginian attempted to enlist in the U.S. Army so that he could play his part in the Border War with Mexico. Alas, he was too young to join on his own say-so and his widowed mother refused to give the required permission. And so Puller’s first attempt to get into active service was thwarted, but it would not stay that way for long. ►For more articles visit: http://scribol.com ►For copyright matters please contact us at: email@example.com ********************** ►Support our channel PATREON: https://goo.gl/HJbzyf Thanks To Our Patreons Salami L. David Kaufman ********************** Our Social Media: ►LIVE CHAT 24/7 : https://goo.gl/iezQKY ►Website : http://www.nollygrio.com/ ►Facebook : https://goo.gl/6tZAV8 ►Twitter : https://goo.gl/iEnbXy ►Instagram : https://goo.gl/gDuPqy ********************** Video Credits: ►For more articles visit: http://scribol.com ►Video Edited By Praise : https://goo.gl/nLmpao ►Channel Producer Corriscloset ►Post Production Steve Kamer ►https://soundcloud.com/day7official ►https://www.facebook.com/Day7Chill/ ►https://twitter.com/Day7Chill #nollygrio
U.S. Marine Corps recruits are given their 'Initial Inspection' by their Senior Drill Instructors who grill them over their knowledge and performance as a platoon for the first time. Download or Stream the USMC cadence "Gee Ma I Want to Go Home" on iTunes: https://apple.co/2uGfL5z - Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2uEhTKU - Amazon: https://amzn.to/2O5YhY9 From "Marine: Earning the Title".
Otro video del programa Mail Call con el buen tío Ermey donde hace una explicación de cómo se cambió del M-14 al M-16, y compara las cualidades y características de cada una, es medio largo pero no se lo pueden perder
"But always remember this: Marines die, that's what we're here for! But the Marine Corps lives forever. And that means you live forever!"
- R. Lee Ermey.