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It’s said that the Marine brotherhood is strong, but it wouldn’t be complete without the Navy Corpsmen. On the outside there’s the ribbing and the insults, but both groups have an unspoken bond and know who has each others back. For every wounded Marine there’s a Navy Corpsmen doing all they can, putting their own life in jeapordy to save their compatriots.
If a Marine yells "Corpsman Up!" today's infantryman knows that help is going to come. That help is in the form of the men and women of the US Navy Hospital Corps. For every story a grunt has of someone's bravery in battle, there are two stories of a Doc who put it all on the line to help a wounded grunt. They carry weapons only for protection. Protection of those in their care first, and themselves second.
"CORPSMAN -- Usually a young, long-haired, bearded, Marine-hatin' Sailor with certain medical skills who would go through the very gates of Hell to get to a wounded Marine."
- From the book, Green Side Out, by Maj. Gene Duncan USMC Ret.