A few good men: the story of the Fighting Fifth Marines

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Presidio Press, Jul 24, 2001 - History - 430 pages
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A fascinating history of Fighting Fifth Marines details every important Marine Corps activity of the twentieth century illustrating why the Marine Corps has earned its reputation as "the first to fight."

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A few good men: the story of the Fighting Fifth Marines

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Throughout its history, the United States Marine Corps in particular, the 5th Marines has been the "first to fight." Brown, a lieutenant colonel, USMCR (Ret.), Marine historian, and veteran of the ... Read full review

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I appreciate USMC 5th Regiment history and Ronald J. Brown provides the best information. Read full review


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Lt. Col. Ronald J. Brown, USMCR (Ret.), lives in Novi, Michigan, outside Detroit. He is an accomplished military historian with four books & numerous articles to his credit.

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