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Marines KIA China 1945-1947

Our thanks to Thomas McLeod for his time and effort in compiling this list.

Gilbert, PFC James M., USMCR, 4 December 1945
at Bob Ban Jon, China B/1/29/6th. Div.

Bobbish, GySgt Andrew, USMC, 7 April 1946
of wounds received Lutai, China, A/1/5

Eborn, PFC James D. Jr., USMCR, 21 May 1946
of wounds received on patrol duty in the vicinity of Tientsin, China. H&S Co.1st Marines

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The Barbary Wars

Our Arab War, The One 200 Years Ago
Dennis Byrne is a Chicago-area writer and public affairs consultant January 5, 2004

For those who think it is always wiser to put together an international panel of negotiators to try to talk foreign enemies into being nice, I present to you our Arab war. The one 200 years ago. The one in which diplomacy failed miserably. The one in which Europe refused to help. The one we conducted alone. And won.

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Marines and the Bombings in Africa

An Account from Nairobi, Kenya and Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

Posted by Richard Gaines GySgt USMC Ret.
August 17, 1998 at 12:48:21:
FOR ALL, THIS IS WORTH MORE THAN A READ. A GREAT SUMMARY OF WHO AND WHAT WE ARE AS A CORPS. IF IT DOESN’T BRING A SHIVER TO YOUR SPINE AND THE HAIR ON YOUR ARM STAND AT THE POSITION OF ATTENTION, THEN….

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