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Anthony Edgeworth, photographer. John St. Jorre. New York: Doubleday, 1989. 256 pp. Photos. $40.00 ($36.00).
This stunning new volume is a virtual hymn to America’s valorous military elite. In spectacular four-color photographs and a thorough text, The Marines follows the Corps’s measured footsteps through recruit training, duty in the fleet and at Marine Barracks, Washington, D. C., and on the nation’s battlefields. Below, a parade at the I wo Jima Memorial in Washington, D. C. Next page, the Marines carry one of their own to rest in Arlington National Cemetery. The quintessential man with a rifle is head of the Marine Corps sniper training program.
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