The Legacy Of Most Decorated US Marine Officer

Courage comes from within. Hard-working is also a part of courage where you don’t give up even though everything is against you. You put faith in yourself and never lay your back to your goals.
Soldiers are quite an epitome of bravery and courage. They put their lives on the line to protect their nation. They are the true children of their soil and are ready to devote every inch of themselves to National Protection. These efforts of soldiers are rewarded by awards.
Today, I bring you a legendary story of a militant who became the most decorated US Marine officer and was the recipient of most of the awards.
So buckle up and embrace yourself as you are going to get goosebumps with a proud feeling in your heart.

The Beginnings

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Lewis Burwell “Chesty” Puller, was born in 1898 in West Point, Virginia.
You may not be aware but let me tell you that, America’s most notable military academy is also named West Point. Yes, the exact name of the place where Chesty was born. Co-incidence enough?
Puller’s goals were set since his childhood. He always wanted to join the military and there was nothing that could stop him from achieving his dreams.

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