Marines discuss the threats faced in Marjah and other conflicts around the world and why they are the best prepared to resolve them. In detail they describe the training and mindset required to take on these dangerous missions.
Your Marines having been under my command for nearly six months, I feel that I can give you a discriminating report as to their excellent standing with their brothers of the army and their general good conduct.
Gen John J. "Black Jack" Pershing in a letter to MajGen Commandant George Barnett, 10 Nov. 1917