U.S. Marine Corps Day
About U.S. Marine Corps Day
When is U.S. Marine Corps Day? This holiday is always observed on November 10
USMC Day celebrates the birth of the United States Marine Corps. The Marine Corps was created during the Revolutionary War. This November 10 holiday celebrates and honors those who have served in the Marines.
The Continental Congress of the newly created United States of America authorized the creation of the Continental Marines on November 10, 1775. It was later renamed the U.S. Marine Corps. It is often abbreviated as USMC.
The Marine Corps has proudly participated in every war that has involved the United States.
If you see a Marine today, thank them for their contributions to protecting our country. Active or retired, they deserve our thanks and appreciation.
Do You know what Semper fi means? It means “always faithful”.
Today’s Motto: “Leave No Man Behind'”
How to Celebrate U.S. Marine Corps Day
- Consider a career in the Marine Corps.
- Thank marines you see today for their service.
- Give a marine a cup of coffee or buy them lunch.
“Everything has beauty, but not everyone sees it.” – – Ronald Reagan
History and Origin of U.S. Marine Corps Day
We have celebrated the existence of our Continental Marines since they were formed on November 10, 1775
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