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    Lt. Col. Richard Thompson, commander, Third Battalion, 24th Marine Regiment, presents the flag that draped Staff Sgt. Marc Golczynski’s casket to his 8yr old son.

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    Marine prayer

    Once a Marine, Always a Marine


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    A 3d U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard) Soldier places an American flag in front of fallen veteran’s grave stone at Arlington National Cemetery. Each year for the past 40 years, the 3d U.S. Infantry Regiment has honored America's fallen heroes by placing American flags at gravestones just prior to Memorial Day weekend. (Photo by Sgt. Jose Torres) -

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    For my son! Semper Fi! marine-corps-infographic

    Cowboys and Our Flag... Proud to Be An American

    This is so sweet!

    Soldier son.

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    In a year of celebrating Memories at Disney Parks, some just have a way of stopping your heart. Disney’s PhotoPass photographers recently captured this photo at the daily Flag Retreat ceremony at Magic Kingdom Park, of wounded veteran and two-time Purple Heart recipient, Army Sgt. Cesar Sanchez from Miami, Fla. Although still recovering from his injuries overseas, Sgt. Sanchez insisted on leaving his electric wheelchair to walk the flag down Main Street, U.S.A., saying “If it’s for the colors...

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    Braving Japanese sniper fire, Lt. Col. Richard P. Ross, Jr., commander of 1st Battalion, 1st Marines, places on American flag on a parapet of Shuri castle on May 29, 1945. The castle is a former enemy stronghold in southern Okinawa in the Ryukyu (Loochoo chain), situated 375 miles from Japan. This flag was first raised over Cape Gloucester and then Peleliu.

    Freedom isn't's a rough road.

    There is nothing more beautiful than American flags flying in the breeze.

    A.J.Tarwoe, the son of U.S. Marine LCpl Abraham Tarwoe, 25, of Providence, R.I. stands guard over his father's casket.