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Drew Allison Carey (5/23/1958). Carey was the youngest of Lewis & Beulah Carey's 3 sons & was raised in the Old Brooklyn neighborhood of Cleveland, Ohio. He attended James Ford Rhodes High School, from which he graduated in 1975. He continued on to college at Kent State University (KSU). After leaving the university, Carey enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve in 1980 and served for 6 years.


Caption: "The first Negro to be commissioned in the Marine Corps has his second lieutenant's bars pinned on by his wife. He is Frederick C. Branch of Charlotte, NC." November 1945.


WASHINGTON – A Marine Corps University professor has become famous practically overnight because he has something President Obama does not. A plan to defeat jihad. And he can articulate it simply and convincingly. Ever since the Orlando massacre it has become practically impossible to tune into Fox News and not see Dr. Sebastian Gorka, the […]


George Walls was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the United States Among the honors and citations, he holds are an honorary doctor of humane letters from Virginia Union University, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People's Roy Wilkins Meritorious Service Award and the Humanitarian Service Award from the Chapel of the Four Chaplains. He earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Education from West Chester University in 1964 and a Master of Arts in Education from…


Actor, Cpl Gene Hackman US Marine Corps (Served 1946-1951) Short Bio: When he was 16, Gene joined the Marines for three years and a year inactive reserves, then found himself in New York, working various jobs. Eventually, he studied journalism and Television Production at the University of Illinois. Gene considers himself an actor, not a star, and he remains one of the greatest actors of our time.


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