The Armed Forces

By: Jenna, Amelia, and Erin

Army Facts

The U.S. Army has been active since June 14, 1775. U.S. Army is used for land-based operations. The motto is "This we'll defend." The colors are black and gold, and the song is "The Army goes Rolling Along."
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The Army Goes Rolling Along- Lyrics

Navy Facts

The U.S. Navy has been active since October 13, 1175. U.S. Navy is the naval warfare branch of the United States Armed Forces. The motto, "Not fort self, but for country." The colors are navy blue and gold, and the song is "Anchors Aweigh."
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Anchors Aweigh Lyrics

Marine Corps Facts

The U.S. Marine Corps has been active since November 10, 1775. Marine Corps is responsible for providing power projection from the sea. The motto is , "Always faithful." The colors are scarlet and gold, and the songs are "Semper Fidelis" and "Marines Hymn."
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"Semper Fidelis" — US Marine Band
Marines Hymn - W/Lyrics

Air Force Facts

The U.S. Air Force has been active since 1947. The USAF is the aerial warfare branch of the United States Armed Forces. The motto is "Aim high, Fly-Fight-Win." The colors are ultramarine blue and golden yellow, the song is "The U.S. Air Force."
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Air Force Song

Coast Guard Facts

The U.S. Coast Guard has been active since 1790. The USCG is a maritime military and multi-mission service. The motto is "Always ready," the colors are white, blue, and red. The song is "Semper Paratus."
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Semper Paratus - United States Coast Guard Marching Song