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Old 06-16-2009, 07:55 AM
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While this may be true, the Marines are the tip of the spear. During the initial stages of combat, the Marines clear the path for the Army. Think about it, we have amphibs loaded with jarheads, floating all over the world.
not true at all my friend..... U.S. Army spearheaded into Iraq and Afghanistan (which more fighting is a occuring just no one gives a rats behind lol) Marines layed more of a major role in Iraq spearhead, but you cant say that the Army just followed, 82nd spearheaded into Iraq also.


But this thread is going to sprial downhill into a Marines jar head vs. every other branch....
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Old 06-16-2009, 12:33 PM
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I'm speaking in general, while you're narrowing your opinion to the war or terror LostCause. In the past Marines lead the way. When it comes to rapid response, Marines are the first boots on the ground.

I'm not a Jarhead, I was in the Navy. I served on said "amphib" USS Kearsarge LHD-3.
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Old 06-16-2009, 12:56 PM
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amphibiously yes they can get anywhere near a ocean, and im glad they can cause they are some tough ***'s, but your laso forgeting that Army Strykers, airborne and ranger battlions can get just as quickly anywhere on short notice, maybe not as quickly or as powerful as the USMC with the Navy backing them, but still hella quick lol. Either way, glad we have them
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