Jack McLean of Fort Lee, N.J., left, and Bill Murphy of Orlando, Fla., catch up during a reunion lunch for a group of U.S. Marines who fought together in Vietnam. The reunion was held March 1 at Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island.  Both McLean and Murphy graduated from Parris Island in the 1960s.
Jack McLean of Fort Lee, N.J., left, and Bill Murphy of Orlando, Fla., catch up during a reunion lunch for a group of U.S. Marines who fought together in Vietnam. The reunion was held March 1 at Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island. Both McLean and Murphy graduated from Parris Island in the 1960s. Staff photo
Jack McLean of Fort Lee, N.J., left, and Bill Murphy of Orlando, Fla., catch up during a reunion lunch for a group of U.S. Marines who fought together in Vietnam. The reunion was held March 1 at Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island. Both McLean and Murphy graduated from Parris Island in the 1960s. Staff photo

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