The U.S. Marines salute the U.S. Coast Guard after the fury of battle had subsided and the Japanese on Guam had been defeated. "They (the Coast Guard) Put Us Here and We Intend to Stay" is the way the Marines felt about it., ca. 08/1944. by The U.S. National Archives, via Flickr ~ World War II
"Buddy Aid", June 1968 The caption reads "A Corpsman attached to the 1st Battalion, 27th Marines helps a wounded Leatherneck to a helicopter landing zone so he can be evacuated for medical aid. They were participating in a recent operation southwest of DaNang."
VIETNAM WAR - U.S.MARINES Weary after a third night of fighting against North Vietnamese troops, U.S. Marines crawl from foxholes located south of the demilitarized zone (DMZ) in Vietnam, 1966. The helicopter at left was shot down when it came in to resupply the unit. (AP Photo/Henri Huet) - source: blogs.denverpost.com