Eagle, Globe
and Anchor

An honor that is earned

There is no greater symbol of the Marine Corps legacy than the Eagle, Globe and Anchor (EGA). The emblem represents the nation we defend, our global presence and our naval heritage.

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Eagle, Globe and Anchor

Combat Element

Air Power

Being the first to fight starts before boots hit the ground, and Marines bring airpower as close as possible to each battle. From the Marine Air-Ground Task Force (MAGTF) to the Close Air Support (CAS), the aviation combat element is ready at a moment's notice.

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Aviation Combat Element

Toward Chaos

Responding Quickly and Decisively

Where chaos looms, the Few emerge. Marines move toward the sounds of tyranny, injustice and despair—with the courage and resolve to silence them.

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Toward Chaos

First to Fight

Facing down threats anywhere around the world

When a crisis ensues, Marines respond rapidly. Whether it's rescuing civilians from terrorists or aiding with natural disasters, today's Marines are a willing, capable and an agile force ready to move in at a moments notice.

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First to Fight

Marine Corps Hymn

Known By Heart and History

Written from a sense of pride and sung as a sign of respect, the Marines' Hymn is the oldest official song in the U.S. Armed Forces.  Celebrating historic battles the world over, the Marines' Hymn is an essential element of Marine Corps culture.

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Marine Corps Hymn

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