The Legacy Of Most Decorated US Marine Officer

Second Great War

The-Anzac-Portal-Marine

In November 1944, Puller return back home to United States. He took charge of Infantry Training Regiment based at Camp Lejeune, Jacksonville, North Carolina.
Only few months were passed since his brother died. The loss of his brother didn’t stop him from serving to his country. Puller proved to be great trainer, throughout his time.
It was time of World War II, when commands came straight way from New Orleans and at Pearl Harbor. The Korean War was commenced by June 1950. This was another opportunity for Puller and US marines to show the courage.

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