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"US Marines Living Emblem" - Taken during WWII Training at Parris Island, South Carolina (100 Officers and 5000 Enlisted Men).

"US Marines Living Emblem" - Taken during WWII Training at Parris Island, South Carolina (100 Officers and 5000 Enlisted Men).

Shell-shocked US marine, Hue, Vietnam, February 1968. Photograph: Don McCullin

Shaped by War: Photographs by Don McCullin

U.S. Marine Corps Cpl. Justin Federhofer, sits during a safety brief prior the start of the rehearsal for the combined amphibious landing demonstration conducted as part of Exercise Cobra Gold 2014 at Hat Yao beach, Rayong, Kingdom of Thailand, #USMC

U.S. Marine Corps Cpl. Justin Federhofer, sits during a safety brief prior the start of the rehearsal for the combined amphibious landing demonstration conducted as part of Exercise Cobra Gold 2014 at Hat Yao beach, Rayong, Kingdom of Thailand, #USMC

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Join the fun with the Marine Corps Association & Foundation online here: https://www.facebook.com/MarineCorpsAssociation

The snake is being good...  Oh, why can't Tina never behave???

Bad Family Photos: 15 More of the Worst, Ugly Memories

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His love for rattlesnakes might make some people cringe. He has slept with the legless reptiles in a sleeping bag and even enjoyed their company in a bathtub. But in 2009, Jackie Bibby took things a step further when he held eleven live rattlesnakes in his mouth for ten seconds, setting a new record. For all those wondering, yes, he held them by the tail.

His love for rattlesnakes might make some people cringe. He has slept with the legless reptiles in a sleeping bag and even enjoyed their company in a bathtub. But in 2009, Jackie Bibby took things a step further when he held eleven live rattlesnakes in his mouth for ten seconds, setting a new record. For all those wondering, yes, he held them by the tail.

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