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Space Hulk (video game) - Background
... of genetically enhanced soldiers called Space Marines ... Wearing powered exoskeletons known as Terminator suits, these Marines embark on missions aboard the eponymous derelict starships that drift in and out of the warp, an alternate region of space ... Sworn to protect the human race, the Marines aim to eradicate the alien threat ...
1920 Decatur Staleys Season - Game Summaries - Week 8: At Minneapolis Marines
1 4 ... Total Staleys 3 ... Marines 0 ... November 14, 1920 at Nicollet Park To conclude their six-game road game streak, the Staleys played against the ... The Marines were a non-APFA team but joined the league in 1921 ...
Sikorsky CH-53 Sea Stallion - Development - Origins
... In 1960, the United States Marine Corps began to seek a replacement for their HR2S piston-powered helicopters ... On 27 January 1961, the Marine Corps began working with the other three U.S ... the program stretched out, causing the Marines to drop out when they decided they would not receive a working machine in a satisfactory timeframe ...
History Of The Royal Marines - Uniforms
... Historically, Marine uniforms broadly matched those of the contemporary British Army, at least for full dress ... for ordinary work duties during the late 18th and early 19th centuries the marines would put aside their easily-stained red coats and wore the loose "slop ... It is recorded that at Trafalgar many marines fought in their undress checked shirts and blue trousers ...
1st Battalion 25th Marines
1st Battalion, 25th Marines (1/25) is a reserve infantry battalion in the United States Marine Corps located throughout New England consisting of approximately 750 Marines and Sailors ... They fall under the 25th Marine Regiment in the 4th Marine Division ...

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    The Royal Navy of England hath ever been its greatest defence and ornament; it is its ancient and natural strength; the floating bulwark of the island.
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