On November 10, the Marine Corps turned 237 years old. But instead of celebrating in the usual way, some Marines are serving their country even further.
Fox and Friends co-host Brian Kilmeade interviewed Maj. Craig Clarkson, who rounded up 87 volunteers from Camp Lejeune, N.C., including Sgt. Allan Donaire and Sgt. Mike Roy, who are assisting FEMA, FDNY and the local police in the aftermath of Hurricane turned superstorm Sandy.
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