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King of Battle – Slogan of the Week

King of Battle – Slogan of the Week

US MARINE ARTILLERY KING OF BATTLE! Imagine having to sleep in the mud with rain pouring down on you for days on end. If you’re one of the lucky ones, you get to bunk in the hard confined back of an M23 7-ton vehicle. Then imagine having to wake up having to move a...
Semper Fidelis – Slogan of the Week

Semper Fidelis – Slogan of the Week

“Semper Fidelis” or “Semper Fi” for short, is the official motto of the Marine Corps. The Latin term was adopted in 1883 and means “Always Faithful”. You may have heard a Marine voice their loyalty and commitment to their fellow Marine with the short version, “Semper...
Every Marine A Rifleman – Slogan of the Week

Every Marine A Rifleman – Slogan of the Week

A Special Forces extension of the U.S. Navy, the Marine Corps’ boasts their Slogan “Every Marine, A Rifleman” exemplifies one of the Marine’s most important skills, marksmanship. Great attention and importance is involved in the training of a Marine marksman. Training...

Blood Sweat And Tears – Slogan of the Week

5 Facts to Know About Veterans Day Veterans Day is a well-known American holiday, but there are also a few quite a few misconceptions about it — for example like how it’s spelled or whom exactly it celebrates and honors to be more precise. To clear some of these...
“Give Me Liberty Or Give Me Death!”

“Give Me Liberty Or Give Me Death!”

“Give Me Liberty Or Give Me Death!” To avoid the possible interference from then Lieutenant-Governor Dunmore and his Royal Marines, the Second Virginia Convention met back on March 20, 1775 inland at Richmond–in what is presnrly referred to as St....

Veteran’s Day Remembers Our American Warriors

Since the inception of America her way of life has been threatened by outside forces dedicated to take away the freedoms it has established as the hallmark of its culture. Freedom of speech. Freedom to bear arms. Freedom of imagination, creativity and the right to...

I Have A Dream: The Civil Rights Movement

“I HAVE A DREAM” ~ Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Not since our founding fathers have we seen many great leaders in our history who continue to remind us that we [humans] are all created equal and are deserving of the same rights of all men. One such man did...

No Better Friend No Worse Enemy

No Better Friend, No Worse Enemy 1st Marine Division “The Old Breed” The Slogan No Better Friend, No Worse Enemy is the motto and combat philosophy of the 1st Marine Division – nicknamed The Old Breed and sometimes Blue Diamond. Headquartered at...

116th Hospital Corpsman Birthday Honored

   Corpsman Up! The Hospital Corpsman, for 116 years, has been in the hospitals, on the battlefield and putting themselves into harm’s way. All this time, they have been putting our fallen and injured ahead of their own safety. Corpsman go into harms’s way! Few...

Help Vision-Strike-Wear.Com Fight PTSD In June

June is PTSD Awareness month Vision-Strike-Wear.Com has for many years been humbled by participating with our active duty men and women in uniform, veterans, prior service through supporting an environment of pride through creativity, designing apparel and items that...

One Weekend a Month Two Weeks A Year

Comprised of two military branches, Army and Air Force, the National Guard, is certainly a reserve military force to be reckoned with. It’s state militia units are federally recognized as part of the United States’ armed forces, whether active or inactive....

Always Ready Always There

U.S. NATIONAL GUARD The oldest division of the United States’ Armed Forces, at 377 years this month, still remains an important part of our military since it’s inception in 1636. With the two sectors of the National Guard, the AIR National Guard...

“A Few Good Men!” – Slogan of the Week

On 20 March 1779 in Boston, Capt. William Jones, USMC, advertised for A Few Good Men to enlist in the Corps for naval duty. The term seemed ideally suited for Marines, mainly because of the implication that a few good men would be enough. This term has survived for...