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Kim Kardashian at a North Carolina Marine Corps Ball (Splash News)

Kim Kardashian at a North Carolina Marine Corps Ball (Splash News)

1967 - Humor Under Fire. Con Thien, South Vietnam: At the forward Marine artillery base which has been mercilessly pounded by North Vietnamese big guns, Cpl. Billy Winn of Cabot, Arkansas, adds a touch of sardonic humor to the situation with a message penned on his helmet cover. The inscription "Where is Lee Harvey Oswalt (sic) now that we really need him," refers to the ex-Marine who assassinated President Kennedy. --- Image by © Bettmann/CORBIS

1967 - Humor Under Fire. Con Thien, South Vietnam: At the forward Marine artillery base which has been mercilessly pounded by North Vietnamese big guns, Cpl. Billy Winn of Cabot, Arkansas, adds a touch of sardonic humor to the situation with a message penned on his helmet cover. The inscription "Where is Lee Harvey Oswalt (sic) now that we really need him," refers to the ex-Marine who assassinated President Kennedy. --- Image by © Bettmann/CORBIS

John Franklin Bolt (19 May 1921 – 8 September 2004) was a United States Marine Corps aviator and a decorated flying ace who served during World War II and the Korean War. He remains the only U.S. Marine to achieve ace status in two wars and was also the only Marine jet fighter ace. He rose to the rank of lieutenant colonel during his military career.

John Franklin Bolt (19 May 1921 – 8 September 2004) was a United States Marine Corps aviator and a decorated flying ace who served during World War II and the Korean War. He remains the only U.S. Marine to achieve ace status in two wars and was also the only Marine jet fighter ace. He rose to the rank of lieutenant colonel during his military career.

A Marine in Vietnam carries children out of danger.

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