New member Mike Harmon (gmharmon@gmail) seeking info on former combat correspondent Staff Sergeant (or Sgt.) Sternberg who was last known to be in Vietnam probably with 1st Marine Division at Chu Lai in mid-1966.
There is one way to get seats at the weekly Sunset Parade at Arlington’s US Marine Corps War Memorial:
Be a Marine Combat Correspondent, have your World War II dog tag and be ready to quote the rifle number you toted across the Pacific. Life Member […]
I need your assistance in locating a Marine Corps combat correspondent, and an article in the old SEA TIGER. Hopefully, the correspondent is still alive. During January 1969, in Vietnam, he was known as Sgt R. E. STAFF. His service number is 2311049. He was attached to HqBn, 1st Mar Div (Rein) FMF.
I also need […]
Life member and Lucas Chapter Treasurer Jim Kyser, SuperTop as he is known in email parlance, underwent a triple by-pass operation several weeks ago.
Following the operation he emailed CCHQ that it had taken place and that he was slowly picking up strength. This past week he […]
Sometime ago I posted a copy of a watercolor to the James Wykle internet funeral memorial page. The watercolor is titled: “Sgt. Wykle from Minden, West Virginia resting on hills of Saipan, Circa July 4, 1944″ It is a watercolor painted by my Uncle, Sgt. Theo Hios, now in the permanent art collection at The […]
At MCAS Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii, I had just lit the barbecue grill when my phone rang.
“Gunny, meet me at the office” ordered Maj. Bob Morrisey. Ten minutes later he and I were huddling with an op plan calling for the 4th Marines to immediately standby for immediate deployment to Key West, FL for possible involvement […]
(left-right) Jack Withington, Lieutenant Gen. Jan Huly (USMC Ret), Leonard Cohen, designer of the bronze plaque, Dale Cook, President of the Joe Rosenthal Chapter of the U.S. Marine Corps Combat Correspondents Association (USMCCCA), and Tom Graves gather after the plaque dedication ceremony recognizing the achievements of former Associated Press photographer, Joe Rosenthal, held on the 102nd anniversary […]
A bronze plaque honoring Joe Rosenthal, photographer of “Raising the Flag on Iwo Jima,” will be dedicated at the National Museum of the Marine Corps, 18900 Jefferson […]
Major John Marley, USMC (retired) would like to know if any of our members remember a Marine named Ray O’Hara Peterson (11th Marines 1946) saw the 2013 Reunion Announcement in the American Legion magazine and called to ask if anyone knows the whereabouts of Margaret “Margie” Moore who served at 8th & I from 1950 […]