Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Marine Corps Quotes from famous persons: Adam Driver, Tomi Lahren, Art Donovan, Art Buchwald, Harry S Truman. The wide variety of quotes available makes it possible to find a quote to suit your needs. You’ve likely heard some of the Marine Corps Quotes before, but that’s because they truly are great.
The Marine Corps was the first father figure I had ever known.
The Marine Corps is the Navy’s police force and as long as I am President that is what it will remain. They have a propaganda machine that is almost equal to Stalin‘s.
In the Marine Corps, I was used to people doing what they said and saying what they mean. There was a higher purpose and calling in the Corps. Everyone works toward accomplishing something together, and there’s a common goal. In entertainment, the same isn’t always true. You’re in it for yourself in Hollywood.
In the Marine Corps there is no individual effort, we’re all a big team.
Without discipline, there is no Marine Corps.
I was in the Marine Corps in 1971. The idea ‘Where does authority come from?’ is fascinating to me. And also, the idea of a chaplain is fascinating to me because it’s a man of the cloth in uniform, and it’s the uniform of a killing machine. Back when I was in the Corps, when I saw that, I was amazed by it.
In the Marine Corps, you meet this really broad segment of the country; you’re working with people from all kinds of backgrounds. And it exposes you to the American military, particularly the American military at war.
Intelligence work in the Marine Corps proved to me the strategic value in establishing a Central Command to act as a clearinghouse for disparate bits and floating bytes of information.
I fought as an infantry Marine on one of the Vietnam War‘s harshest battlefields. After leaving the Marine Corps, I studied law and found a fulfilling career as an author and journalist. But again and again, I came back to the personal fulfillment that can only come from public service.
My definition, the definition that I’ve always believed in, is that esprit de corps means love for one’s own military legion – in my case, the United States Marine Corps. It means more than self-preservation, religion, or patriotism. I’ve also learned that this loyalty to one’s corps travels both ways: up and down.
I’m probably more comfortable inside a Marine Corps rifle company than I am anywhere in my life.
From the time I left the Marine Corps after serving as an infantry platoon and company commander in Vietnam, I decided that I would focus on immediate goals that inspired me to devote all of my energy to them, rather than putting together the more cautious and traditional building blocks of a predictable career.
One of the things I learned at the Naval Academy and the Marine Corps is we have to make tough decisions.