List of United States Marines

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The following is a list of people who served in the United States Marine Corps and have gained fame through previous or subsequent endeavors, infamy, or successes. Marines who became notable in the United States Marine Corps and are part of the Marine Corps history and lore are listed and posted in the List of historically notable United States Marines.

A

Joseph M. Acaba
Bea Arthur 1943 USMC identity photo.

B

James Baker
Charles Bolden

C

Drew Carey
Francis H. Case
Roberto Clemente

D

E

R. Lee Ermey, in his USMC full-dress uniform.

F

Glenn Ford
Rose Franco

G

Sen. John Glenn as a Marine Colonel

H

Gustav Hasford
Howell Heflin

I

J

K

Ted Kulongoski

L

Jack Lousma

M

Mike Mansfield
Robert S. Mueller, III

N

O

P

R

Chuck Robb
James Roosevelt

S

George Schultz
Marcus Shirock
John Philip Sousa

T

U

V

W

Jim Webb

Y

Z

See also

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