Powerful imagery in the table of contents for The United States Marines, No. 4, defines the Corps with this stoicism and bravery in the face of death and danger.[^] The table of contents page featured a nearly full-page photo of two Marines carrying another wounded soldier.[^] The headline above reads “First to fight for right and freedom And to keep our honor clean; We are proud to claim the title of UNITED STATES MARINE,” with the caption to the photo adding “Two Marines brave a withering Jap cross fire to rescue a wounded comrade.”[^] The prominence of this photo and message illustrated the honor and pride in which the Marines were expected to carry themselves. The somber nature of the display takes the soldiers’ losses into consideration, but sets the expectation that soldiers will remain stoic and carry out their duties and responsibilities to their fellow Marines.