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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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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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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