The Legacy Of Most Decorated US Marine Officer

Graduation

marines in their position in camp

After rigorous training, Puller graduated as the second lieutenant in his home state in 1919. The war was over by the time he graduated. It turned out, he was an excessive requirement due to peace cutback. Even after this, Puller was not disheartened and he was not ready to give up, in fact, he was ready for another challenge on his way.

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