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In the end, rivalry between the Army and Marines is a sibling rivalry. But there are a few things about US Army soldiers that tend to irk Marines.
The trombone is an interesting instrument. No, wait! Don't go! Seriously, we're building to a point about the military, a soldier, and his trombone.
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If the regulations specifically stated one thing, someone out there would try to see how far they can go until the commander writes a memorandum.
We Are The Mighty (WATM) produces interesting and entertaining military-related content every day, so we are stringent in keeping the pool of writers among the very best. Our best writers usually have military backgrounds, can write well or have prior writing experience, respond positively to editorial critiques of their work, and can consistently deliver great articles (at least three to five articles per month would be ideal, but it’s not a strict requirement).
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