The Legacy Of Most Decorated US Marine Officer

A Bit Late

Soldiers wounded resting and talking

Chesty Puller was a bit late in joining the actions of World War l. Before he could get any opportunity to be part of the war or even fire a single shot, the war ended. It was good that war ended but it was unfortunate for Puller as he didn’t get the opportunity he was waiting for.
But was this war that important to him? Was it the only thing that mattered most to him? If yes, then how did he become a legend? Questions running in your mind? Stay with me to find the answers.

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