I would like to thank you on being the voice off ALL MARINES in the United States Of America, you really do put in a good voice for them. And im sure they would enjoy having an argonat person like yourself argue over this.
I think that many marines and other america military officers would agree that it is the pride and unity that is what is signaificant in this situation. And that it doesn;t matter directly how you would express it, but as long as you do, and as long as you believe in those values. That to me is what makes a marine and marine. Someone who is proud to serve there country, and proud of there fellow soliders. Who cares if it not pronuced exactly the same, the meaning is the same, and if you were to scream it at the top of your lungs, im sure no matter how you said it any marine would recgonize it's signficance and importance.
Quit calling people names, and maybe try to understand the overall significance of what you are talking about. There's no point in fighting the same battle against each other, any marine would know that.