Josh: Semper Fi!
for "always faithful" .Until 1871 it was "First to Fight",
a motto that still applies. Through the years, Marines have
shortened it to Semper Fi, and "Semper Fi, Mac" is the universal
2.The Motto of the United States Marine Corps. Latin for always faithful. Faithful to God, Country, Family and the Corps.
3.Semper Fidelis is a Latin motto translating to "always faithful". It is the motto of:The Marine Corps
4.Semper Fidelis is the title of the official march of the United States Marine Corps, composed by John Phillip Sousa in 1889. Sousa was director of the United States Marine Corp Band when a replacement for Hail to the Chief was requested, but later rejected. Sousa considered it to be his "most musical" march.
5.Semper fidelis" is a fabulous Latin motto meaning that in centuries of Roman might the soldier swore that he would fight
6.The United States Marine Corps, the amphibious infantry complementary to the United States Navy, who often reduce it to Semper Fi; the motto signifies the dedication that individual Marines are expected to have to "The Corps" and to their fellow fighting men and women, for the rest of their days and beyond.
LJ: No such thing as an ex-Marine. Once a Marine, always a Marine.
Tommy: Semper Fi, Marine.