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Marine Wallpaper: An Electronic Semper Fi

Posted on: December 13, 2008

Marine wallpaper is wallpaper for your computer that shows your support for the US Marine Corps’s and can depict in a number of USMC activities including Marines at battle in a number of wars, Marines playing football in the desert, Marines standing by the American flag or Marines being welcomed home with a parade through downtown Main Street.  The Marine wallpaper for your computer can also depict the Marine Corp.’s flag or the Marine Corp.’s emblem or just be a picture of a Marines sword as the background on your desktop computer.

 

It is easy to download Marine wallpaper for your desktop computer or laptop computer and then every time you open your computer, you will see the Marine wallpaper behind all the icons and it should remind you of what a great job the US Marine Corp.’s is doing to fight for our freedom and safety in the ongoing war and in wars previously fought.

 

Once someone sees the Marine wallpaper on your desktop computer or laptop computer they will want to know where they too can decorate their desktop with Marine wallpaper.  There are many places on the Internet to find Marine wallpaper; some charge a small fee which helps support the Marines while other websites offer the Marine wallpaper for free.

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