Marine Corps

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Bernard E. Trainor
2, 1928) is journalist and a retired United States Marine Corps lieutenant general ... He served in the Marine Corps for 39 years in both staff and command capacities ... After retiring from the Marine Corps, he began working as the chief military correspondent for the New York Times ...
1st Maintenance Battalion - See Also
... United States Marine Corps portal History of the United States Marine Corps List of United States Marine Corps battalions ...
William H. Steele (judge) - Background
... Marine Corps as an officer, pilot, and instructor pilot ... During his service in the Marine Corps, Steele participated in the operation to evacuate American citizens from Lebanon in 1976 ... After his service in the Marine Corps, Steele attended the University of Alabama School of Law ...
Fleet Landing Exercises - History - FLEX 5
... These exercises again were only Navy-Marine Corps cooperation as the army no longer participated ... The Marine Corps successfully landed amphibious reconnaissance patrols on Vieques when two such patrols disembarked from the USS Manley (DD-74) during exercises from 13 ... New York Navy Yard, the ship served as a transport for Marine units in the Caribbean ...
Wilburt S. Brown - Biography - World War I
... Marine Corps on 28 May 1918 and served with the 20th Company, 5th Marines in France during World War I, for which he holds two battle clasps and the Purple Heart Medal ... On 8 July 1920, Brown was discharged from the Marine Corps to accept an appointment to the U.S ... Academy, however he left the Academy in September 1922, and re-enlisted in the Marine Corps ...

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