List of United States Marines

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For Marines who are notable in United States Marine Corps history and lore, see the List of historically notable United States Marines.

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:

A

Joseph M. Acaba

B

James Baker
Charles Bolden
Art Buchwald

C

Drew Carey
Francis H. Case

D

E

R. Lee Ermey

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
John Philip Sousa

T

Gene Tunney

U

V

W

Jim Webb
Ted Williams

Y

Z

Appendix

There are some people whose status is unclear due to conflicting sources, short of a definitive statement on point from the USMC itself said subjects should be listed here rather than above since their service is not definitive.

See also

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