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Inaugural Committee No. 46, General George P. Elliott, United States Marine Corps

Second Platoon of "G" Company, U.S. Marines of 5th Regiment, Clean Snipers Out of Residential Section of Seoul, Capital of Korea. 1stMarDiv. Korea.

Marines of Co. M, 3rd Bn., 7th Marine Regt., Move Out to Catch a Chopper Moving Troops to a New Area to Search Out NVAs that Were Seen in that Region

The Old Tun Tavern, Philadelphia

Airplanes - Accidents - Wreck of 1331, Marine Corps, CPL. McAllister, Pilot

Ceremonies - Review in Theatre of Operations - American Troops - General Pershing and Major General J. A. LeJeune, Head of Second Division, said to be the first Marine Corps Officer to command regular Army troops

With the Marine corps in Flanders. Grenade projector at work in the sand dunes. July 1917

Ceremonies - Preparedness Day, Washington, D.C. - Marine veterans stage realistic battle in Philadelphia, PA. to stimulate recruiting. Two hundred United States Marines, veterans of the Nicaraguan, Haytian and Dominican campaigns, staged a sham battle in the very heart of Philadelphia, PA., to stimulate recruiting. Divided into defenders and attackers, the former using the ruins of the buildings which are being razed to make way for a park. The Marines Marines skirmishedfor two hours. The men were attired in field uniform loaded down with equipment, hauled field guns and light artillery as though the taking of the city depended upon their efforts. The battle was planned as part of the recruiting campaign of the Marine Corps. Photo shows Marines enroute to battle; Madeline McCadden bearing the standard. 1917

Camouflage - Soldiers Training - Marine Corps Training Camp, Quantico, VA. Camoufagled snipers who a few minutes ago were invisible to the eye, lying in the grass. Their camouflage was extrememely effective

Ceremonies - Miscellaneous Reviews and Camp Scenes - Review of Marine Corps Troops, Washington, D.C

With the Marine Corps in Flanders. Alarm in a seacost village. July 1917

Artists - Sidney Riesenberg, Poster artist and one of the posters he drew for the U.S. Marine Corps to stimulate recruiting

With the Marine Corps in Flanders. Alarm in a seacost village. July 1917

With the Marine corps at Flanders. Troops going into position in the sand dunes, July 1917

Ceremonies - Review in Theatre of Operations - American Troops - General Pershing reviews Second Division in Germany

With the Marine Corps in Flanders. Alarm in a seacost village. July 1917

With the Marine Corps in Flanders. Gas attack among the sand dunes. July 1917

College and Universities - University of Pennsylvania - Students enlisted in Marine Corps, leaving for Paris Island. Spring of 1918

Airplanes - Types - U.S. Marine Corps Aviation School, Miami, FLA. Thomas Morse Scout with 100 h.p. gnome motor. Manufactured by Thomas Morse Airplane Corp. From Recruiting Publicity Bureau of U.S.M.C

Photograph of Marine Corps First Class Private Edith Macies

The War is Over for These Korean Captives of U.S. Marines who have Planted their Flag Atop Wolmi Island, at Inchon

Major General Oliver P. Smith, Commanding 1st Marine Division, Returns Civil Government to Mayor of Inchon on Behalf of United Nations

Aerial Photograph of the Quarters for Bachelor Officers at the Marine Corps Base in Quantico, Virginia

Captain Mitchell Paige

Platoon Sergeant John Basilone

General A. A. Vandegrift

Brigadier General Merritt A. Edson

United States Marine Corps Captain (CPT) Gregory K. Loesch. Official Portrait

United States Marine Corps Captain (CPT) Joseph Jacob Foss, is shown wearing the highly prized Medal of Honor bestowed upon him by President Roosevelt for outstanding gallantry against the Japanese in the Solomons. Official Portrait

United States Marine Corps Captain (CPT) Floyd C. Kirkpatrick. Shown here beside his F4U Corsair, on Okinawa. Official Portrait

United States Marine Corps Captain (CPT) Kenneth D. Frazier. Official Portrait

United States Marine Corps Colonel (COL) Leonard K. Davis. Official Portrait

United States Marine Corps Second Lieutenant (2LT) Dean Casewell. Official Portrait

United States Marine Corps Captain (CPT) K.M. Ford. Official Portrait

United States Marine Corps Second Lieutenant (2LT) Stuart Alley Jr. Official Portrait

World War II (WWII) era photograph of US Marine Corps (USMC) First Lieutenant (1LT) Sheldon O. Hall, standing next to a US Navy (USN) F4U"CORSAIR"aircraft at Henderson Field, Guadalcanal, 1943. 1LT Hall is an Ace Pilot credited with 6 kills. His hometown is Ottawa, Ohio. (Exact date shot unknown)

United States Marine Corps Captain (CPT) Jefferson J. Deblanc, a Medal of Honor recipient. Official Portrait

ELVIN BELL - AWARDED THE NAVY AND MARINE CORPS MEDAL FOR DISTINGUISHED HEROISM

United States Marine Corps Captain (CPT) Francis E. Pierce, Jr., Coronado, California. Official Portrait

United States Marine Corps Captain (CPT) Perry L. Shuman. Official Portrait

Major General A. A. Vandegrift, USMC, Marine Guadalcanal Commander, Stands with Men of His Command After Decorating Marine Heroes of Guadalcanal at an Allied Pacific Base Recently

At a Recent Parade at an Allied Base in the South Pacific, Members of a Marine Regiment Received High Decorations from Major General A. A. Vandegrift, USMC, Commander at the Base

United States Marine Corps First Lieutenant (1LT) James N. Cupp. Official Portrait

World War II (WWII) era photograph of US Marine Corps (USMC) First Lieutenant (1LT) Paul A. Mullen, taken in the cockpit of a USMC F4U"CORSAIR"aircraft at Guadalcanal, June 6, 1943. 1LT Mullen is an ace pilot and is credited with 6 kills. His hometown is 45 Ordale Boulevard, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

United States Marine Corps Captain (CPT) Willeam M. Lundin. Official Portrait

World War II (WWII) era photograph of US Marine Corps (USMC) First Lieutenant (1LT) Frank B. Baldwin, taken at Russell Islands July 3, 1943 as he sits in the cockpit of a USMC F4U"CORSAIR"aircraft. 1LT Baldwin is an Ace Pilot credited with 10 kills

World War II (WWII) era photograph of US Marine Corps (USMC) Major (MAJ), Joseph H. Reinberg, taken at Guadalcanal, July 4, 1943. MAJ Reinberg is an Ace Pilot credited with 7 kills. (Substandard image)

World War II (WWII) era photograph of US Marine Corps (USMC) Technical Sergeant (TSGT) Jack Pittman, Jr, taken at Russell Island, July 4, 1943 as he sits in the cockpit of a USMC F4U"CORSAIR"aircraft. TSGT Pittman is an Ace Pilot credited with 7 kills. His hometown is Amarillo, Texas

United States Marine Corps Captain (CPT) Herbert H. Long, Air Ace. Official Portrait

World War II (WWII) era photograph of US Marine Corps (USMC) Major (MAJ) Donald H. Sapp, taken at Russell Islands September 15, 1943. MAJ Sapp is an Ace Pilot credited with 11 kills. (Substandard image)

World War II (WWII) era photograph of US Marine Corps (USMC) First Lieutenant (1LT) William N. Case, Marine Fighter Squadron 214 (VMF-214)"Black Sheep"taken at Russell Islands, October 5, 1943. 1LT Case is an Ace Pilot credited with 8 kills

United States Marine Corps Captain (CPT) William E. Crowe. Official Portrait

United States Marine Corps First Lieutenant (1LT) A. Roger Conant. Official Portrait

World War II (WWII) era photograph of US Marine Corps (USMC) Second Lieutenant (2LT) Alvin J. Jensen, standing in front of a US Navy (USN) F4U"CORSAIR"aircraft at Vella LaVella, Soloman Islands, November 14, 1943. 2LT Jensen is an Ace Pilot credited with 7 kills

United States Marine Corps Captain (CPT) Richard L. Braun, from Santa Monica, California. Official Portrait

United States Marine Corps Captain (CPT) William A. Carlton. Official Portrait

World War II (WWII) era photograph of US Marine Corps (USMC) First Lieutenant (1LT) John F. Bolt, Marine Fighter Squadron 214 (VMF-214)"Black Sheep"taken at Vella La Vella, December 5, 1943 as he stands in front of a USMC F4U"CORSAIR"aircraft. 1LT Bolt is an Ace Pilot credited with 6 kills. His hometown is Sanford, Florida

Official Portrait of US Marine Corps (USMC) First Lieutenant (1LT) Don H. Fisher, taken at Russell Islands, October 15, 1943. 1LT Fisher is a member of Marine Fighter Squadron 214 (VMF-214)"Black Sheep"and is credited with 2 kills. His home is 2301 Southwest 23rd St, Miami, Florida. (Substandard image)

United States Marine Corps Captain (CPT) Harold William Bauer. Official Portrait. By November of 1942, Captain Bauer was promoted to Lieutenant Colonel and was awarded the Medal of Honor

United States Marine Corps Captain (CPT) William N. Snider. Official Portrait

United States Marine Corps First Lieutenant Marine Ace, Frank C."Red"Thomas, from Longview Farm Martinsburg, West Virginia, had nine Japanese planes to his credit. He scored all his victories in the month of January 1944

United States Marine Corps Captain (CPT) Harold L. Spears. Official Portrait

Troops of 3rd Wave ("A" Co 5th Marines) Consolidate Position on Beach, Guadalcanal, Vasicek

Marines on Beach, 1st. Div. 5th Marines Co. "A". Peleliu, Vasicek

Here are the Photographers of the 1stMarDiv Now Taking Pictures of the Peleliu Operation

United States Marine Corps Captain (CPT) Robert M. Baker, from Santa Barbara, California. Department of Defense, Official Portrait

Official Portrait of US Marine Corps (USMC) First Lieutenant (1LT) Charles W. Drake, taken at San Diego, California (CA), 1945. 1LT Drake is a World War II (WWII) Ace Pilot credited with 5 kills. A photograph of a US Navy F4U"CORSAIR"aircraft hangs in the background. (Exact date shot unknown)

Official Portrait of US Marine Corps (USMC) First Lieutenant (1LT) Dewey F. Durnford, taken at San Diego, California (CA), 1945. 1LT Durnford is a World War II (WWII) Ace Pilot credited with 6 kills also he awarded three Distinguished Flying Crosses and three Air Medals. A photograph of a US Navy F4U"CORSAIR"aircraft hangs in the background. (Exact date shot unknown)

United States Marine Corps Captain (CPT) John Calloway Hundley, of West Monroe, Louisiana.Official Portrait

Official Portrait of US Marine Corps (USMC) Major Jefferson D. Dorroh, Jr, taken at San Deigo, California (CA), 1945. MAJ Dorroh is an Ace Pilot credited with 6 kills. A picture of a US Navy (USN) F4U"CORSAIR"aircraft hangs in the background. (Exact date shot unknown)

United States Marine Corps Captain (CPT) R. Baird. Department of Defense, Official Portrait

World War II (WWII) era photograph of US Marine Corps (USMC) Major (MAJ), Edmund F. Overend, taken at San Deigo, California (CA), 1945 as he sits in the cockpit of a US Navy (USN) F4U"CORSAIR"aircraft. MAJ Overend is an Ace Pilot credited with 9 kills. (Exact date shot unknown)

World War II (WWII) era photograph of US Marine Corps (USMC) First Lieutenant (1LT) Williams L. Hood, standing on the wing of a US Navy (USN) F4U"CORSAIR"aircraft at Okinawa, Japan, 1945. 1LT Hood is an Ace Pilot credited with 5 kills. (Exact date shot unknown)

Official Portrait of US Marine Corps (USMC) First Lieutenant (1LT) Jeremiah J. O'Keffe, taken at Marine Corps Air Depot, Miramar, San Diego, California (CA), 1945. 1LT O'Keffe is an ace pilot and is credited with 7 kills. His hometown is Ocean Springs, Mississippi. A photograph of a US Navy F4U"CORSAIR"aircraft hangs in the background. (Exact date shot unknown)

United States Marine Corps Captain (CPT) Donald N. Aldrich, 26 year old Marine fighter pilot from Chicago, Illinois, shot down 19 Japanese planes. Defense of Department, Official Portrait

United States Marine Corps Captain (CPT) Raymond F. Schorer, Wilmington, California. Official Portrait

United States Marine Corps Second Lieutenant (2LT) William P. Brown. Official Portrait

"B" Co., 1st Bn., Move up to Reinforce "A" Co. Okinawa, Bob Bailey

Marines Pinned Down By Japanese Fire

United States Marine Corps Captain (CPT) Christopher L. Magee. Official Portrait

Official Portrait of US Marine Corps (USMC) Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) Gregory"Pappy"Boyington, Commander, Marine Fighter Squadron 214 (VMF-214)"Black Sheep"taken at Marine Corps Headquarter, Washington D.C., October 4, 1945. LTC Boyington was awarded the Medal of Honor and is an Ace Pilot credited with 28 kills

U.S. Marines Come Ashore at Inchon in an Amphibious Tractor, Prepared to Plant the American flag at Seoul. The flag was Given to Them by Col. Lewis B. Puller

Marines with a Bazooka and a Protecting Machine Gun set up a Security Post Against Possible Tank Counter-Attack

Leathernecks Use Scaling Ladders to Storm Ashore at Inchon in an Amphibious Invasion

Inchon Residents Return to the Streets and Normal Way of Living as U.S. Marines March Through to Engage Enemy at Seoul

Symbolically, There's a Warning Signal Against Them as Marines Move Down the Main Line to Seoul

Marine Pfc. Luther R. Loguire, 8903 North Boulevard, Tampa, Florida, Raises U.S. Flag at American Consulate in Seoul, While Fighting for the City Raged Around the Compound

Up Goes the American Flag, Raised by Victorious U.S. Marines Over the Capital of Korea to Signify the Defeat of Communist Forces in Seoul

Astonished Marines of the 5th and 7th Regiments, Who Hurled Back a Surprise Onslaught by Three Chinese Communist Divisions Hear That They Are to Withdraw

Seventh Marine Regiment, Wearing and Carrying Cold Weather Equipment, Presses into Communist Territory of Chosin Reservoir, Supported by Marine Air Strikes as the Maneuver Progresses

First Marine Division Infantrymen Take to a Rugged Hillside in Wiping Out Enemy Troops Who Have Set up a Road Block Against the Allied Advance

First Division Leathernecks Counter Fire with Fire When Attacked by Well Entrenched Chinese Reds During the Division's Heroic Breakout from Chosin

A Korean War era photograph of US Marine Corps (USMC) Major (MAJ) John F. Bolt, assigned to the 1ST Marine Aircraft Wing, as he exits his USMC F-86"SABER"jet aircraft. MAJ Bolt is the USMC first"Jet Ace"credited with 6 kills, plus he shot down six Japanese planes during World War II (WWII). His hometown is Sanford, Florida. (Exact date shot unknown)

Marine Corps in the Portsmouth Armed Forces Day Parade

United States Marine Corps Colonel (COL) Donald K. Yost. Official Portrait

Groundbreaking Ceremony for new Chapel at Barstow Annex, Marine Corps Depot of Supplies, San Francisco Calif

United States Marine Corps Captain (CPT) Robert Wade. Official Portrait

Cornerstone laying ceremony of the new Depot Chapel at the Barstow Annex of the Marine Corps Depot of Supplies, San Francisco, on 2 September 1952. The service was conducted by US Navy Chaplain Warren L. Bost (Left), Protestant Chaplain at the Barstow Annex, with US Marine Colonel Arthur J. Davis, Commanding Officer of the Barstow Annex setting the cornerstone in place

Cornerstone laying ceremony of the new Depot Chapel at the Barstow Annex of the Marine Corps Depot of Supplies, San Francisco, on 2 September 1952. The service was conducted by US Navy Chaplain Warren L. Bost, Protestant Chaplain at the Barstow Annex, with US Marine Colonel Arthur J. Davis, Commanding Officer of the Barstow Annex setting the cornerstone in place

Progress picture of the new Post Chapel at the Barstow Annex of the Marine Corps Depot of Supplies, San Francisco. This image was taken on 26 September 1952

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