Oldest Living U.S. Marine Bill White Turns 105 Years Old

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Maintaining our fitness certainly isn’t the easiest of tasks.

Going to the gym or squeezing in an hour of exercise every day makes the world of difference, and one man has truly proved the results of this lifestyle.

Ex-marine Major, Bill White, just celebrated an incredible milestone…

Maintaining an incredible level of fitness isn’t easy.

It takes a lot of motivation…

And juggling a work-out with the hectic schedules of day-to-day life isn’t usually ideal.

Working out religiously isn’t for everyone…

And that’s fine!

Working-out is a way of life.

Such as those who work in the army or The Marines.

A person must have an incredible amount of endurance, motivation… and of course, fitness.

They are more than likely to keep their fitness with them for the rest of their lives.

One man has very much proved this recently…

This is Major Bill White.

Hitting a rather big birthday!

And celebrated with a very appropriate drive-by birthday salute.

Feels just as good as it did at 104,” he told News4SA.

Which he sat outside this weekend dressed in full uniform.

“He was in Shanghai before WWII and the Japanese invasion and all that.”

“Recovered from that. Spent a total of 30 years in the Marine Corps. Just an amazing guy.”

After a long period without seeing them, due to the pandemic.

“It’s very heartwarming and it just does get to you that there are so many people that love him and appreciate him for his service.”

White joked, “Right now I’m trying for 106.”

A true inspiration – and he doesn’t look a day over 104.

The internet loves Major White!

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