WASHINGTON, D.C. - The 35th commandant of the Marine Corps, General James F. Amos, plays with Lance Corporal Chesty, Marine Corps Mascot, during the 38th Marine Corps Marathon in Arlington, VA, on October 27, 2013. The Marathon consisted of 23,480 participants routing their way through Arlington, up Rock Creek Parkway, along the monuments and past the Pentagon, finishing at the Marine Corps War Memorial. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Mallory S. VanderSchans)(RELEASED)

WASHINGTON, D.C. - The 35th commandant of the Marine Corps, General James F. Amos, plays with Lance Corporal Chesty, Marine Corps Mascot, during the 38th Marine Corps Marathon in Arlington, VA, on October 27, 2013. The Marathon consisted of 23,480 participants routing their way through Arlington, up Rock Creek Parkway, along the monuments and past the Pentagon, finishing at the Marine Corps War Memorial. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Mallory S. VanderSchans)(RELEASED)

Brig. Gen. Niel E. Nelson, right, presents 10-month-old English bulldog Lance Cpl. Nellie B. Willful with her promotion warrant June 2 at Camp Kinser, as U.S. Navy Capt. Kevin J. Sweeney, left, holds her leash. Nellie was on her best behavior as her promotion warrant was read. Nellie is the mascot of 3rd MLG, III MEF. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Natalie M. Rostran/Released)

Brig. Gen. Niel E. Nelson, right, presents 10-month-old English bulldog Lance Cpl. Nellie B. Willful with her promotion warrant June 2 at Camp Kinser, as U.S. Navy Capt. Kevin J. Sweeney, left, holds her leash. Nellie was on her best behavior as her promotion warrant was read. Nellie is the mascot of 3rd MLG, III MEF. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Natalie M. Rostran/Released)

The outgoing Marine Corps mascot, Sgt. Chesty XIII, right, nuzzles the incoming Marine mascot, Private First Class Chesty XIV, following the Eagle Globe and Anchor pinning ceremony for Chesty XIV at Marine Barracks Washington in Washington, D.C., April 8, 2013. The English bulldog has been the choice of breed for Marine mascot since the 1950s, with each being named Chesty in honor of the highly decorated late Gen. Lewis "Chesty" Puller. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Mallory S. Va...

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Sgt. Katie Maynard, Lance Cpl. Chesty XIV's handler, walks Chesty down center walk during a Friday Evening Parade at Marine Barracks Washington, D.C., May 2. (Official Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Dan Hosack/Released)

Chesty XIV's handler, walks Chesty down center walk during a Friday Evening Parade at Marine Barracks Washington, D., May (Official Marine Corps photo by Cpl.

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Marine Corps mascot on a 1920s postcard.

Old photo of Marine Corps Mascot Jiggs, Jiggs was briefly a corporal, spent six months as a Sergeant, and was promoted in June of 1924 to Sergeant Major.

1925: Sgt. Jiggs, The Marine Corps mascot in Washington, D.C., with an actual Marine

17 Vintage Photos That Perfectly Capture World's Love Affair With Bulldogs

Framed vintage photograph of Sgt. The Marine Corps mascot in Washington, D., with an actual Marine.

Marine Corps mascot ... i love him ...

:) Ans this is proof that any man looks good in a marine corps uniform! Even one with jowels, and he drools.

Sgt. Major Jiggs 1925; English bulldog & the first mascot of U.S. Marines…

The first mascot of the United States marines was an English Bulldog named King Bulwark. kings formal title was dropped at his enlistment in.

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Desktop wallpapers Walking Veterans Day Bulldog - photos in high quality and resolution

Holiday decorations at the Marine Corps commandant’s home - The Washington Post - this Chesty, the Marine mascot

Holiday decorations at the Marine Corps commandant’s home

A look at the historic 1806 home of the Marine Corps commandant on Capitol Hill’s Barracks Row, which is festively decorated for the holidays.

That awkward moment when you realize a dog out ranks you in the Military. May God bless and protect these Military War Dogs ~

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