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U.S. Marine Corps Museum Tour Part 2

U.S. Marine Corps Museum Tour Part 2

U.S. Marine Corps Museum Tour Part 1

U.S. Marine Corps Museum Tour Part 1

Honored American Veterans Afield

Honored American Veterans Afield

Sidney C. Phillips, Jr.: Marine & Rifleman

Dr. Sidney Phillips is a humble hero and an example to us all.

Marine & Rifleman–Sidney C. Phillips, Jr.

NRA Life member Sidney C. Phillips, Jr., joined the U.S. Marine Corps on December 8, 1941, and he saw fierce combat action in the Pacifi c, including Guadalcanal, Cape Gloucester and Pavuvu. He has shared his experiences on the PBS documentary “The War” and has been featured in HBO’s “The Pacific.” Now retired, Dr. Phillips is a humble hero and an example to us all.

Near Zero

As an amateurish but enthusiastic student of Marine Corps history, I remain fascinated with the battle of the Chosen Reservoir.

A Marine's Rifle

Mawhinney is a towering figure in the sniper community because of his combat record in Vietnam.

Guns of the "Banana Wars" Part One

Using rifles, handguns and machine guns, marines fought in fierce battles in the Caribbean and Central America.

Colt Marine Pistol

Colt has once again placed one of its 1911s at the side of America's armed forces, this time with the Colt Marine Pistol. After a rigorous selection process, the Colt Rail Gun was selected to be the latest sidearm of the United States Marine Corps—marking the first time a Colt 1911 has been shipped to the United States Government since the end of World War II.

Guns of the "Banana Wars" Part Two

The Lewis, Thompson, BAR and M1917 water-cooled machine gun, along with the M1903 Springfield rifle and M1911 pistol, played a significant role in the Banana Wars.

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