He was the marine every other marine wanted to be like-a soldier so legendary that they said he didn't need a landing craft to come to shore... he'd just walk on water. Chesty Puller so called because he had a chest like a battering ram was an officer in the U.S. Marine Corps during some of America's most historic conflicts. While it was never certain where the myth ended and the real man began one thing was certain-from the jungles of the Banana Wars and Guadalcanal the island of Peleliu to the Chosin Reservoir Chesty lived up to his bulletproof reputation earning medals that required every inch of his uniform to display. Through the recollections of those who knew him best and those who fought beside him CHESTY PULLER: THE MARINE'S MARINE chronicles the life and legacy of the most decorated Marine in U.S. history. Featuring incisive interviews with Colonel Joseph H. Alexander USMC (Ret.) author of a Fellowship of Valor: The Battle History of the United States Marines and Puller's own children join BIO for the captivating story of one of the military's most legendary figures.