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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

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.

Guns of the "Banana Wars" Part One

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

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.

Leupold Sponsors Marine Corps High Shooter Awards

Leupold & Stevens is sponsoring the U.S. Marine Corps’ High Shooter award, presented to the recruits who score highest on the rifle range.

5 Facts About U.S. Marine Corps Firepower

"Every Marine a Rifleman" is mantra that represents the willingness and ability of every Marine to engage the enemy in direct combat.

Guns and Gear of the U.S. Marine Corps Circa 1970

In this photo essay, NRA Publications Deputy Executive Director Chip Lohman takes us back to the era in which he was accepted into the USMC Officer Candidate Program while attending the University of Kansas. After graduating, he served for 21 years in all three Infantry Divisions and various desk jobs, retiring in 1994 as a Lieutenant Colonel.

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