'Teufelshund' or 'Devil Dog', was the name given by German soldiers to the U.S. Marines (described as fighting like 'Hounds of Hell') during the Battle of Belleau Wood in 1918. We don't need to give any of you hard-chargin' Devil Dogs a class though, the USMC already made sure you learned your Marine Corps history.
This Teufelshund tee inspired by World War I era poster art utilizes a faded, high-mesh print on an old-school tri-blend tee for the comfortable, durable feel of a shirt you have owned for years.View full product details
You are in line at the PX and the old lady in front of you is digging through her gigantic purse looking for a $.50 off coupon for her 5 cans of cat food. Formation is in 15 minutes all the way across post and school just let out, the route is crawling with MPs. You scan the covers of the Army Times, Navy Times, Marine Corps Times....trying to kill some times while she looks for her military ID card.
This is it, you have to make a choice. What are you going to do? What would Patton Do?
General Patton would push her commie-butt out of the way and buy his Ripits and Funyuns with American Eagle feathers, but you are not Patton. You are a soldier, an airman, a marine, a sailor. You are sworn to uphold the constitution and to protect old ladies, not bust out combatives on them.
You quietly put your pogie bait down and sprint out to your rig. 1SG is waiting...
There are few men who transcend the United States Marine Corps; Chesty Puller is one of those few. Hell, even the USMC mascot is named after him, and Chesty Pullerton is one bad puppy.
So the next time you find yourself in the midst of a complex ambush, rounds skipping off the ground from all directions, ask yourself: What Would Chesty Do? He'd be happy as hell the enemy was so close, it makes them a lot easier for Marines to kill.
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