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Antonio "Tony" Santiago a.k.a. “Tony the Marine” (born 1950, in New York City, New York), considered Puerto Rico’s foremost military historian, is a Puerto Rican writer and Official Historian of the Association of Naval Service Officers. He is mostly known for his extensive work in Wikipedia on the creation of articles related to the contributions of Puerto Ricans and Hispanics in general to the United States. He is the first Puerto Rican whose work in Wikipedia has been recognized by the Government of Puerto Rico. Santiago is also the editor of the Puerto Rican Military History Channel of El Boricua a monthly cultural magazine, a staff writer for Somos Primos an internet magazine dedicated to "Hispanic Heritage and Diversity Issues" and as of March 2008, became the first Puerto Rican to be named Official Historian of the Association of Naval Service Officers. Santiago’s parents, Joaquin and Hilda moved to New York City from Puerto Rico in the late 1940s where he was born. His parents divorced and his mother remarried. He was raised by his mother and stepfather, Edison Pop in the South Bronx where he received his primary education.