Nov 23, 2004

During the Korean War... 

In the rear of the action, in an R&R area there were two seperate camps. The first was a well equipped U.S. Army camp that served high quality hot food and had warm sleeping areas. The other was a shabby collection of second-hand tents with poor quality services available to the war-weary Marines.

The Army camp sported a large elaborate sign at the front gate which stated "Within these walls reside soldiers who are second to none." In front of the Marine camp was hung a handpainted sign which simply read,

from the Fall/Winter 2004 issue of "The Log Book - Newsletter of the Flying Leatherneck Historical Foundation"

UPDATE: CASE IN POINT, as provided by The Crowe. This is a MUST READ...

I shit you not.

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