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Millions of Americans and foreigners see GI.Joe as a mindless war toy, the symbol of American military adventurism, but that’s not how it used to be. To the men and women who1in World WarⅡand the people they liberated, the GI. was the2man grown into hero, the poor farm kid torn away from his home, the guy who3all the burdens of battle, who slept in cold foxholes, who went without the4of food and shelter, who stuck it out and drove back the Nazi reign of murder. This was not a volunteer soldier, not someone well paid,5an average guy up 6 the best trained, best equipped, fiercest, most brutal enemies seen in centuries.
His name isn't much. GI. is just a military abbreviation7.Government Issue, and it was on all of the articles8to soldiers. And Joe? A common name for a guy who never9it to the top. Joe Blow, Joe Palooka. Joe Magrac...a working class name. The United States has10had a president or vice-president or secretary of state Joe.
G.I. Joe had a11career fighting German, Japanese, and Korean troops. He appears as a character. or a12of American personalities, in the 1945 movie The Story of G.I. Joe, based on the last days of war correspondent Emie Pyle. Some of the soldiers Pyle13portrayed themselves in the film. Pyle was famous for covering the14side of the war, writing about the dirt-snow-and-mud soldiers not how many miles were15or what towns were captured or liberated. His reports16the “Willie” cartoons of famed Stars and Stripes artist Bill Maulden. Both men17the dirt and exhaustion of war, the18of civilization that the soldiers shared with each other and the civilians: coffee, tobacco, whiskey, shelter, sleep.19Egypt, France, and a dozen more countries, G.I. Joe was any American soldier,20the most important person in their lives.
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