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Marine Corps Red Teufel Hunden Military T-Shirt

Marine Corps Red Teufel Hunden Military T-Shirt

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Marine Corps Red Teufel Hunden Military T-Shirt

You're favorite Devil dog is sure to love this red Marine Corps T-shirt. This military shirt features the Marine Corps Globe and Anchor logo in the front left chest with USMC and Teufel Hunden. On the back of this Marine T-Shirt is a large metallic Bull Dog with USMC on the Top and Teufel Hunden at the bottom in cool metallic letters. You'll be impressed with the high quality print and the soft cotton used in this short sleeve military tee. Whether you need a gift for your favorite Marine, or just want to show some Marine Pride yourself this US Marine Red Devil Dog T-shirt is a great choice. Make sure you order yours online today!

Teufel Hunden roughly translates to Devil Dogs in German, and first became popular when German soldiers used it to describe Marines fighting in World War I. The Marines liked this name so much they adopted it for themselves, using the Nickname Devil Dogs with pride.

Please note, this shirt is made to order and ships within 1 to 2 business days separate from other items ordered via complimentary USPS regardless of the shipping method chosen at checkout.

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