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Saratoga Photobooth Company's "Model 11" photobooth from the 1950s. It's estimated that there's only about a dozen of these left in the world. This photobooth spent it's life at the bus station near the Marine Corps base in Camp Lejeune, NC. Think of all the soldiers and their sweeties who have taken their photos behind its curtains.

Saratoga Photobooth Company's "Model 11" photobooth from the 1950s. It's estimated that there's only about a dozen of these left in the world. This photobooth spent it's life at the bus station near the Marine Corps base in Camp Lejeune, NC. Think of all the soldiers and their sweeties who have taken their photos behind its curtains.

Only 1% of the population has what it takes to fill these boots. God Bless them!

Only 1% of the population has what it takes to fill these boots. God Bless them!

After the banning of sleeve rolling in 2011, rolled sleeves have made a come back. For those of you that need a refresher, here you go. For those of you who have never rolled sleeves, you're welcome.

After the banning of sleeve rolling in 2011, rolled sleeves have made a come back. For those of you that need a refresher, here you go. For those of you who have never rolled sleeves, you're welcome.

On November 10, 1775, Robert Mullan, the proprietor of the Tavern and son of Peggy Mullan, was commissioned by an act of Congress to raise the first two battalions of Marines, under the leadership of Capt. Samuel Nicholas, the first appointed Commandant of the Continental Marines. Nicholas's grandfather was also a member of the Tun Tavern Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons and it is this relationship between Mullan, Nicholas and the Tavern which has resulted in Tun Tavern being acknowledged…

On November 10, 1775, Robert Mullan, the proprietor of the Tavern and son of Peggy Mullan, was commissioned by an act of Congress to raise the first two battalions of Marines, under the leadership of Capt. Samuel Nicholas, the first appointed Commandant of the Continental Marines. Nicholas's grandfather was also a member of the Tun Tavern Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons and it is this relationship between Mullan, Nicholas and the Tavern which has resulted in Tun Tavern being acknowledged…

I lived in Philly and never saw this sign...that I can remember...there are lots of historical signs!

I lived in Philly and never saw this sign...that I can remember...there are lots of historical signs!

Five Facts about the U.S. Marine Corps! Help us spread the word about Tutor.com for Military Families, a FREE service for eligible #milfams. Like us on Facebook & help us reach 5,000 Likes in 5 weeks!

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USMC paris island hahaha had to do it. it is a part of my life trip... d ...

USMC paris island hahaha had to do it. it is a part of my life trip... d ...

Ok... THAT IS AWESOME!!! Marine Corps!!! - Post Jobs, Tell Others and Become a Sponsor at www.HireAVeteran.com

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