Marine Corps Quotes
Carl | March 25, 2013
“An unwavering pride in self, unit, and service to country — the esprit de corps — is instilled from the start, at boot camp for the enlisted Marine and at the Basic School for the officer.
It is not indoctrinated; it grows and manifests itself in the individual going through the gauntlet and attaining the tough goal of being accepted as a Marine — on the Marine Corps’ terms, not the individuals.
From such training, in which honor, courage, and commitment are honed, develops professionalism, leadership, and an unshakable confidence in everything a Marine is called upon to do.”
Chenoweth, et al. (2005) in Semper Fi (2005), p. 17
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