The Legacy Of Most Decorated US Marine Officer

A Bomb?

Japanese dropped bomb at Pearl Harbor

Lieutenant Puller took charge of Marine battalion in North Carolina in August 1941. Japan dropped a bomb in Pearl Harbor, forcing America to join World War 2. The situation was getting intense. Due to this incident, the very next year in September, Puller and his battalion was sent to South Pacific Island of Guadalcanal. They fought the battle against Germany, Japan and Italy for six long months and it was just start.

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