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  • The US Marine who fought with a GUN made from 3 GUNS!


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    In 1945, Tony Stein would take part in the bloody amphibious landing at Iwo Jima.
    He was one of only a handful of Marines to be issued with the new experimental modified 'Stinger' machine gun.

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    Hallas, James H., Uncommon Valor on Iwo Jima: The Stories of the Medal of Honor Recipients in the Marine Corps' Bloodiest Battle of World War II, Rowman & Littlefield, 2016

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    The Six Marine Divisions in the Pacific: Every Campaign of World War II
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  • 3rd Mar. Div - Iwo Jima


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  • CJD on Iwo Jima Ship


    The Boys of H Company had this scene as the soldiers were about to leave the ship to land of Iwo Jima. The fellow who walks across the screen looks like Charlie Dougherty

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  • WW2 Pacific Combat Marine Tells All


    WWII Combat Marine veteran and Purple Heart recipient tells his story from the day he got his draft papers to the day he got wounded in the Pacific. A MUST WATCH.

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  • Interview with John F. Croce, WWII veteran. CCSU Veterans History Project


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  • Herbert Herb Altshuler, Sergeant, US Marine Corps, World War Two, Home Interview 1


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  • History of the United States Marine Corps | Wikipedia audio article


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    00:04:13 1 Background
    00:11:42 1.1 Colonial era
    00:16:49 2 Continental era
    00:45:42 3 Establishment of the modern Marine Corps
    00:50:42 3.1 Henderson's era
    00:55:17 4 Civil War
    00:59:24 4.1 Confederate Marines
    00:59:42 5 Latter 19th century
    01:02:50 5.1 Spanish– & Philippine–American Wars
    01:04:52 6 Early 1900s
    01:08:18 6.1 Banana Wars
    01:14:35 7 World War I
    01:18:19 7.1 A new amphibious mission
    01:23:54 8 World War II
    01:27:32 8.1 Interim: WWII-Korea
    01:33:24 9 Korean War
    01:35:07 9.1 Interim: Korea-Vietnam
    01:36:31 10 Vietnam War
    01:37:30 10.1 Interim: post-Vietnam War
    01:41:24 11 The 1990s
    01:41:33 11.1 Gulf War
    01:42:11 11.2 Bosnian War
    01:43:26 11.3 Other
    01:45:34 12 Twenty-first century
    01:46:42 12.1 War in Afghanistan
    01:47:51 12.2 Iraq War
    01:49:26 13 See also

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    The history of the United States Marine Corps (USMC) begins with the founding of the Continental Marines on 10 November 1775 to conduct ship-to-ship fighting, provide shipboard security and discipline enforcement, and assist in landing forces. Its mission evolved with changing military doctrine and foreign policy of the United States. Owing to the availability of Marine forces at sea, the United States Marine Corps has served in nearly every conflict in United States history. It attained prominence when its theories and practice of amphibious warfare proved prescient, and ultimately formed a cornerstone of the Pacific Theater of World War II. By the early 20th century, the Marine Corps would become one of the dominant theorists and practitioners of amphibious warfare. Its ability to rapidly respond on short notice to expeditionary crises has made and continues to make it an important tool for U.S. foreign policy.In February 1776, the Continental Marines embarked on their maiden expedition. The Continental Marines were disbanded at the end of the war, along with the Continental Navy. In preparation for the Quasi-War with France, Congress created the United States Navy and the Marine Corps. The Marines' most famous action of this period occurred in the First Barbary War (1801–1805) against the Barbary pirates. In the Mexican–American War (1846–1848), the Marines made their famed assault on Chapultepec Palace, which overlooked Mexico City, their first major expeditionary venture. In the 1850s, the Marines would see service in Panama, and in Asia. During the U.S. Civil War (1861–1865) the Marine Corps played only a minor role after their participation in the Union defeat at the first battle of First Bull Run/Manassas. Their most important task was blockade duty and other ship-board battles, but they were mobilized for a handful of operations as the war progressed. The remainder of the 19th century would be a period of declining strength and introspection about the mission of the Marine Corps. Under Commandant Jacob Zeilin's term (1864–1876), many Marine customs and traditions took shape. During the Spanish–American War (1898), Marines would lead U.S. forces ashore in the Philippines, Cuba, and Puerto Rico, demonstrating their readiness for deployment. Between 1900 and 1916, the Marine Corps continued its record of participation in foreign expeditions, especially in the Caribbean and Central and South America, which included Panama, Cuba, Veracruz, Haiti, Santo Domingo, and Nicaragua.
    In World War I, battle-tested, veteran Marines served a central role in the United States' entry into the conflict. Between the world wars, the Marine Corps was headed by Major General John A. Lejeune, another popular commandant. In World War II, the Marines played a central role, under Admiral Nimitz, in the Pacific War, participating in nearly every significant battle. The Corps also ...

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  • Black Dragon: The Experience of a Marine Rifle Company on Iwo Jima


    Unit historian, author, and honorary member of F-2-23, WWII, Steven D. McCloud presented his research on the experience of a rifle company on Iwo Jima during a PME at MCRD San Diego.

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    Name: Winfred Kenton Jones
    Dates of Service: 1943 - 1945
    Highest Rank: Corporal
    Branch: U.S. Army Air Forces
    Conflict: World War II
    Unit: 98th Air Bomber Group 343 Squadron
    Awards: European African Middle East (2 Silver Stars)
    Location of Service: European Theater of Operations
    Collection #: VHP/2009/250

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  • Veterans History Project - Dennis Schone


    Name: Dennis William Schone
    Dates of Service: 1943 - 1945
    Highest Rank: Staff Sergeant
    Branch: U.S. Army
    Conflict: World War II
    Unit: Company L 30th Battalion Headquarters Service Group
    Awards: Asiatic Pacific Theater Ribbon with 3 Bronze Stars,Distinguished Unit Badge,Good Conduct Ribbon,Philippine Liberation Ribbon, 2 stars and World War II Victory Medal
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    Collection #: VHP/2014/430

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  • Central Illinois World War II Stories - Oral History Interview: Hale Burge of Hoopeston


    Hale Burge started his career in the Air Force (then the Army Air Force) when he was drafted into World War II as a teenager in rural Illinois. Like all inductees, he was tested in a lot of areas in order to best match his skills to the job he would be assigned. For him, that meant that he would be working on planes. Burge served in the Aleutian Island chain, frequently taking parts from a number of broken planes in order to create single plane that could be safely put back in the air. He saw terrible crashes and talks about the loss of life. Planes from these northern Pacific islands bombed Japan and other sites. America's presence in the area prevented invasion of Alaska and gave the enemy another area to worry about and to have to spread their forces out more. Burge, a man who lived through the dark Depression years, also talks about involvement in the war as positively affecting this country.

  • Virtual SGL with Gen. Keith Alexander, USA - July 21, 2020


    The Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) presented the university's next, live Virtual SECNAV Guest Lecture (V-SGL) featuring retired U.S. Army Gen. Keith B. Alexander and retired Navy Vice Adm. Jan E. Tighe, July 21, 2020.

    Alexander and Tighe share perspectives on the topic of 5G: A Grand Economic Competition, before fielding several questions from NPS students and submitted by viewers across the nation and world.

    Retired Army Gen. Keith Alexander served as director of the National Security Agency and Chief, Central Security Service, and was the first Commander of the U.S. Cyber Command from 2010-2014. Following retirement, Alexander founded a private-sector cybersecurity provider, IronNet Cybersecurity. Alexander graduated from NPS in 1983 with his Master’s degree in Physics, and was inducted into the university’s Hall of Fame in 2013.

    Retired Vice Adm. Jan E. Tighe served as Deputy CNO for InformationWarfare and 66th Director of Naval Intelligence. As Commander, U.S.Fleet Cyber Command/U.S. 10th Fleet, she was the first woman to commanda numbered Fleet. Tighe currently serves on the Boards of Directorsfor Goldman Sachs, Huntsman Corp., Progressive Insurance and IronNetCybersecurity. She is a master and doctoral graduate of NPS, a past President of the university, and was inducted into the NPS Hall of Fame in 2018.

    For more information about the NPS Secretary of the Navy Guest Lecture series, visit

  • WWII Oral History Interview with Jere Ayers, 8/12/1994


    Interview with Jere Ayers at the Madison County Library by the Athens Clarke County Library Heritage Room as part of a commemorative World War II Oral History Project titled Rendezvous with Destiny. Interview was conducted on August 12, 1994.

    This 84 video series was recorded by Brent Tozzer and Bob Pope from June-October 1994 to commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of D-Day. The Athens Clarke County Heritage Room assisted in the creation of these videos. Digitization of the original footage was made possible by a 2013 Historic Preservation grant from the Watson-Brown Foundation Junior Board of Athens, Georgia.

    Citation: Rendezvous with Destiny World War II Oral History collection, MSS 008, Heritage Room, Athens-Clarke County Library. More information can be found at the Athens Clarke County Library Heritage Room.

    In this series, World War II veterans living in or near Athens, Clarke County, Georgia in 1994 discuss campaigns in Europe, Africa and the Pacific; the attack on Pearl Harbor; Anzio, Italy; the Battle of the Bulge; the United States Army Air Force; bombing raids; Iwo Jima, Japan; Saipan; Guam; kamikaze attacks; submarine warfare; the Bataan Death March in the Philippines; the Palawan Massacre in the Philippines; and the experiences of prisoners of war. Also included are interviews with women veterans of various services and organizations.

  • Exploring History, May 2013: Texas Aggie Medals of Honor


    Col. James Woodall presents Military Heritage of Texas A&M & the Texas Aggie Medals of Honor at the May 2013 Exploring History Lunch Lecture.

  • Fletcher Thompson, Reflections on Georgia Politics


    ROGP 075. Fletcher Thompson interviewed by Bob Short, April 6, 2009.

    Fletcher Thompson was elected as a Republican to the Georgia General Assembly as a state senator in 1964. In 1966, he was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives. He served in the two succeeding congresses, but was unsuccessful in a bid for reelection in 1972 and returned to his law practice in Atlanta. Thompson discusses his military service, campaigns for public office, and the Republican Party of Georgia.

    From the Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies. For more information, see:

  • Militaria from the Gallipoli Campaign by Gary Traynor


    An entertaining and fascinating talk on Militaria from the Gallipoli Campaign given by Gary Traynor. Gary Traynor is a Military Historian and a Battlefield Guide.

    As Australian Diggers clung desperately to the Gallipoli Peninsula between April and December 1915, necessity became the mother of invention.

    When they finally evacuated, a lot of battlefield refuse, relics and devices were naturally left behind.

    While the ‘Gallipoli inventions’ are famous, less is known about their ‘back story’, the human context and living conditions that gave rise to them.

    Life on ANZAC will be examined through a number of fascinating objects including firearms gathered during multiple visits to Gallipoli.

    Gary is a part time soldier, trained investigator and Assistant Curator in Military Heraldry and Technology at the Australian War Memorial.

    Biography – Gary Traynor

    Military Historian and Consultant

    Gary has been actively involved in the preservation of militaria and research of military history for well over thirty years.

    He is very privileged to have worked for several travel agent and trekking companies, conducting tours to battlefields of the Great War, the Kokoda Trail and the Thai Burma Railway. The highlight of his travels encompassed the two major anniversaries commemorating 75 years (in 1990 he witnessed the final pilgrimage of First World War veterans to Gallipoli and in 2017 he was at Kokoda Station with the last gathering of veterans in Papua New Guinea).

    Gary has 23 years’ experience with the New South Wales Police Force which provided investigative skills transferable to the battleground. He is also a former infantryman within the Australian Army Reserve, having served with both 4/3 RNSWR and UNSWR.

    He has worked at the Australian War Memorial, starting off as a Volunteer Guide and working his way through the galleries, finally winning a contract as Assistant Curator in Military Heraldry and Technology. As such, he has handled many rare and valuable items preserved in our National Collection.

    Gary has consulted for Foxtel’s The History Channel (Sir Tony Robinson’s Tour of Duty) where he performed in an “Antiques Roadshow” style role. He was also military advisor for the mini-series adaption of Bryce Courtney’s “Jessica” and theatrical productions on behalf of Legacy Australia. His literary work has been published in a number of historical journals including the Australian War Memorial’s WARTIME magazine, The Shrine’s REMEMBRANCE and INSIDE HISTORY magazine. Gary has also assisted in the Army History Unit’s publication “To Kokoda” and Wiley Publications’ “Kokoda for Dummies” by Dr Peter Williams. He is currently working on the “Kokoda Encyclopedia” with his wing man, Adrian Clack.

    However he is perhaps best known as the founder of the ‘non-profit’ organisation MEDALS GONE MISSING which has been returning lost and stolen war medals back to the rightful family since 2008.



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