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Dorothy Schmidt Cole celebrates her 107th birthday and is now remembered as the oldest living U.S. Marine. When Cole was 29, she enlisted in July 1943 where she underwent six weeks of basic training at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina with 1st Battalion, Marine Corps Women’s Reserves, according to the Independent Tribune.

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