Many I’ve never seen before. Great tribute to Chesty!
~Cpl. Beddoe

Lieutenant General Lewis Burwell “Chesty” Puller (June 26, 1898 – October 11, 1971) was an officer in the United States Marine Corps. Puller is the most decorated U.S. Marine in history, and the only Marine to be awarded five Navy Crosses. During his career, he fought guerrillas in Haiti and Nicaragua, and participated in some of the bloodiest battles of World War II and the Korean War. [Wikipedia]

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5 Responses to Chesty Puller Marine Legend: His Life In Pictures

  1. Dick Davidson says:

    In 1950, Recon Co., was attached to 1st Marines, on line at koto-ri when Col. Puller made the rounds and thanked us “Recon Boys” for joining him in “His Party!” Only Chesty would do that—we appreciated that. Semper Fi General Puller, I was honored to have served in your command. There will never be another like you!

  2. Peter Makowski says:

    How sad that the current crop of “leaders” in Washington (in toto) and in the White House could not hold a candle to Gen. Puller’s simple honesty and high standards. Sad for the ole’ USA! Semper Fi.

    Pete Mak

  3. michael hogan says:

    nice site bro

  4. Tony Rodriguez says:

    Just came across this site I was looking into
    some info on the U S M C,,,,

    S/F
    TONY

  5. xavier says:

    As I was watching this I’m sitting outside on a not so warm morning and the pic of chesty with his hands in his pockets comes up.at that exact same time the sun came up coincidence I think.not SEMPER FI

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