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Marine Corps Gazette is a professional journal for . Marines founded in 1916 at Marine Corps Base Quantico for members of the United States Marine Corps. Begun by then Col John A. Lejeune as the vehicle to launch the Marine Corps Association (MCA), the journal is known as "The Professional Journal of . Today the MCA continues to publish the Gazette alongside Leatherneck Magazine. The headquarters of the Gazette is in Quantico, Virginia.
Eric Metcalfe is a Canadian visual and performance artist. Eric Metcalfe was born in Vancouver, British Columbia and grew up in Victoria, British Columbia. He studied visual art at the University of Victoria. Metcalfe was one of the eight original founders of the Western Front Society. Beginning in the 1970s, Metcalfe often performed under the persona Dr Brute, with his Brute Sax Band. He collaborated frequently with the artist Kate Craig, to whom he was married, and who adopted the persona of Lady Brute.
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