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The United States Marine Corps is a faction in Medal of Honor: Rising Sun, Medal of Honor: Pacific Assault and Medal of Honor: Heroes. The Marines a central role in the Pacific Theater along with the US Army and took part battles from: Guadalcanal to Okinawa The Marines played a comparatively minor role in the European theater. Nonetheless, they did continue to provide security detachments to U.S. embassies, and ships, contributed personnel to small, special ops teams dropped into Nazi-occupied Europe as part of Office of Strategic Services (OSS) missions, and acted as staff planners, and trainers for U.S. Army amphibious operations, including the Normandy landings.

Medal of Honor: Rising Sun Edit

The Marines plays a major role in the first part of the game. Joseph Griffin was a Marine but he was later reassigned to the OSS. Joseph's brother Donnie is a Marine as well, and Gunnery Sergeant Jack Lauton who was accompanied Griffin during the first part of the game. The Marines were replaced by the Chindits in the second half of the game. Griffin's co-op partner, Geoff, was also a Marine in the first part.

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Medal of Honor: Pacific Assault Edit

The Marines plays a major role in Pacific Assault as the main allied faction in the game. Thomas Conlin and his squad of Marines battles throughout the Pacific from Makin Atoll to Tarawa.

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Medal of Honor: Heroes Edit

US Marines are accompanied Sergeant John Baker during his mission in Italy. The Marines are also available in the multiplayer as a playable character.

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Medal of Honor: Warfighter Edit

US Marines made a minor appearance during the mission: Shore Leave. Marine sergeants Wright and Xaysana was part of Task Force Mako who helped the marines to assault a pirate cove in Somalia.

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  • In Rising Sun during the mission: Fall of the Philippines oddly enough, the player and U.S. Marines are armed with M1 Garands, when mostly USAFFE and Filipino soldiers were armed with the M1917 Enfield Rifle or the M1903 Springfield rifle.
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