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Are Marines correcting their peers?

10/28/2010 By Cpl. Antwain J. Graham , Marine Corps Air Station New River

MARINE CORPS AIR STATION NEW RIVER, N.C. — Define moral courage. In an article written for the Air Station more than 25 years ago, Sgt.Maj. Albert Van Oostrom, a former sergeant major for Headquarters and Maintenance Squadron 26, said that the Marine uniform is what sets us apart from other services and in maintaining our uniforms in accordance with Marine Corps uniform regulations, we must set an example of neatness and strict confidence.

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