Sep 8, 2018

[Answer] What branch of the armed services advertised that it was "looking for a few good men"?

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..."The Marines are looking for a few good men." This phrase, or some variation of it, has appeared on quite a few recruiting posters throughout Marine history. But this slogan wasn't created in an advertising boardroom. The roots of "a few good men" go back to 1799 with Marine Capt. William Jones’s plea in the Providence Gazette. "The Continental ship Providence, now lying at Boston, is bound on a short cruise, immediately; a few good men are wanted to make up her complement." You'll find this phrase on recruiting posters throughout Corps history, in addition to the title of the classic film starring Jack Nicholson.




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