Marines drop ordnance as part of a live-fire exercise.
Marine Recruiting: Chess Game (1990)
13 Dec 2013 | By Member 7186434
"To compete, you've got to be strong. To win, you've got to be smart." Another brilliant classic Marine recruiting television commercial from 1990. You have got to LOVE the special effects too!
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