Semper Fidelis. Always Faithful.
ROBBINS: "Semper Fidelis" is the model of the Marine Corps, and it means "Always Faithful" in Latin. It's always faithful to country and always faithful to the Corps.
MORGAN: One of the greatest rewards of serving in the Marines is that there's no such thing as an ex-Marine, no such thing as a former Marine. Once a Marine always a Marine.
ROBBINS: A lot of people know what "Semper Fidelis" means, but a lot of people don't know what it means to a Marine.
SMITH: You have to be loyal to something. You can't just be loyal in and of yourself. You are loyal to your fellow Marine. You're loyal to the Marine Corps.
COLON: "Semper Fidelis," it means always watching out for your brothers to your left and to your right, watching their backs whether it be at work or if they need a favor off duty, helping them out whenever you can.
ATOYAN: It symbolizes all the trust and the morale that the Marines carry within themselves. It's not something that's given to you; it's something that you develop throughout your Marine Corps career. It's something that the Marines carry inside of them.
JOHNSON: What makes me most proud about being a Marine is the legacy, tradition, Esprit de Corps, a sense of belonging.
ROBBINS: Tradition and pride is one of the greatest things that we have. When you join the Marine Corps, you're picking up the torch and you are stepping into the boots of the people that have laid the groundwork of this country, who have fought and died to keep this country where it is.