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This can be the 3rd quantity of a chronology of Marine Corps actions which covers the background of the U.S. Marines. it really is derived from professional documents and applicable released historic works. This chronology is released for the data of all attracted to Marine Corps actions through the interval 1947 - 1964 and is devoted to these Marines who participated within the occasions indexed.

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2, 3, 11). 24 Sep OKINAWA---The 3d Tank Battalion moved from Japan to Okinawa for duty. Events, 68; Unit Diaries, RUC 13501, Sep 1957). 16 Oct SPAIN———Marines of N1iR(L)—262 from the USS Lake Champlain aided flood victims at (USMC Cal Mist Valencia, Spain by helicopter evacuation anTstribution of emergency supplies. (ANAF Journal, 2 Nov 1957, p. 6). 35 1957—19 58 1 Nov— PHILIPPINES—---SEATO joint training exercise, PHIBLINK, held in the Philippines. (Triad, 11 Dec 11 Oct 1957, pp. 1, 3). 1 Dec USMC———The position of Assistant Commandant and Chief of Staff were divided into two MC Staff 9, (MCHRS #25 separate positions, both held by lieutenant generals.

6—7). Fleet. 15 Jul LEBANON-—-Marines of 2/2 landed at Beirut, Lebanon. (MCHRP — Marines in Lebanon 1958, p. 12) 15 Jul LEBANON———Brigadier General Sydney S. Wade, USMC, assumed the title of Commander, American Land Forces, and remained such throughout the initial phases of the operation. (Wade, p. 15). 15 Jul LEBANON———The airlift of the 2/8 began from Cherry Point, N. C. to Lebanon. Eight hundred men were airlifted in 26 transports in a total time of 54 hours. (MCHRP — Marines in Lebanon, 1958, p.

S. Sixth (MCHRP — Marines in Lebanon, 1958, pp. 6—7). Fleet. 15 Jul LEBANON-—-Marines of 2/2 landed at Beirut, Lebanon. (MCHRP — Marines in Lebanon 1958, p. 12) 15 Jul LEBANON———Brigadier General Sydney S. Wade, USMC, assumed the title of Commander, American Land Forces, and remained such throughout the initial phases of the operation. (Wade, p. 15). 15 Jul LEBANON———The airlift of the 2/8 began from Cherry Point, N. C. to Lebanon. Eight hundred men were airlifted in 26 transports in a total time of 54 hours.

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