Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Tribute To The Marines

If you like "The March Of Cambreath", the first song in my collection of battle hymns, then you'll love this video tribute to the mighty Marines set to this stirring war cry. While I love and admire ALL of our armed forces I must admit that, as the niece of a leatherneck, the Marines hold a special place in my heart. So pull up a chair, turn up your PC speakers, and feast on this awesome tribute to the Few, the Proud, the American Terminators...the MARINES!!!!!



Blessed are the Terminators for they send our enemies to hell!!!!

9 comments:

wiseconservatism.com said...

Great post. You gotta keep up the great work. You are also one of the few the proud.....the Conservatives.

-Robert-

Skunkfeathers said...

The US Military are my heroes...among the most heroic (long with those currently engaged), the epic of the 1st Marine Division at Chosin Reservoir, Nov-Dec 1950. Who but the USMC of that time could have done what they did?

'Nuff said. Semper Fi.

Seane-Anna said...

Chosin Reservoir? I'll have to look that one up, Skunky.

Skunkfeathers said...

One book I'll recommend (and there are many good ones) is Breakout, The Chosin Reservoir Campaign, Korea 1950, by Martin Russ. As gripping a true-story read as you'll find, especially for a Marineophile ;) Therein, you'll find epics within the epic, including the immortal words of Lewis "Chesty" Puller, uttered during the campaign: "We've been looking for the enemy. We've found them. We're surrounded. That simplifies things".

USMC, all the way.

Seane-Anna said...

Thanks for the heads up, Skunky. I'll be checking out "Breakout". :)

Tapline said...

excellent tribute to the Marines....Great music.....stay well

Incognito said...

Wow... what a song.. and I agree. I love all our soldiers.. but the marines also hold a special place. One of my first loves was a marine.

Watched on hbo last night, "Taking Chance".. what a touching true story about a marine colonel who decides to accompany the body of a marine home. had me in tears the whole time. As much as I support what we are doing, you have to wonder if they deserve the blood of our honorable, men and women.

Roadhouse said...

My best friend of twenty five years is a Master Gunnery Seargent in the USMC. He just returned from his second tour in Iraq last week and I was able to talk to him from his home in Hawaii last night for the first time in about six months.
I've spent a lot of time with him and his fellow Marines since he first joined up back in 89'. They are some of the best people you would ever have a chance to meet. Heroes all.

WomanHonorThyself said...

Booooooooooooyeah!!