A literary endeavor needs to have a literary start -- with the name of the character and the title of the book.
An ANAGRAM is a literary device where the letters of a word are rearranged to form another word.
Anagrams add a depth to writing. They can provide commentary as well imbue mystery.
It is used -- in this case -- to praise the subject of the novel: Marines
REMAINS = MARINES
I found REMAIN to be a particularly apropos anagram.
Remain stirs thoughts of: endure, prevail, survive, sojourn -- all things Marines do!
A great example of an anagram in military literature is Anton Myrer naming is protagonist Sam Damon in his terrific novel Once An Eagle. DAMON = NOMAD. Sam was certainly a nomad -- going his own way to take care of his men being the best example.