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Marine Rifleman: Forty-Three Years in the Corps

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Recounts a Medal of Honor recipientOCOs legendary career in both enlisted and commissioned service that spanned more than four decades of U.S. military operations"
ebook, 428 pages
Published May 14th 2014 by Not Avail (first published May 2002)
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Colonel Fox Epitomizes Everything a Marine Should Be …

Colonel Fox lives in my community and I had the luxury of getting a personally signed copy of MARINE RIFLEMAN several years ago. Years before his book, I had heard stories about Col. Fox from friends who were getting degrees at Virginia Tech via MECEP. The absolute respect (and awe) these future USMC officers had for Col. Fox is firmly etched in my memory … he was their Chesty Puller. What stuck with me was that their awe did not center on Co
Colonel Fox tells a great story, but I would have liked to hear more about his days in Vietnam and how he earned his Medal of Honor, and less about the earlier years.
I always enjoy reading stories or memoirs by other Marines that served during my time in the Corps.
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Wesley Lee Fox is a decorated United States Military veteran and retired Colonel in the Marine Corps. Fox earned the nation's highest military award, the Medal of Honor, for his actions during the Vietnam War. In addition, as a 43-year veteran, he is uniquely distinguished by having held all but one enlisted and officer rank from private to colonel (the exception is Sergeant Major). He retired onl ...more
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