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Today In Marine Corps History: 15 March 1944

Marine medium bombers struck Japanese positions at Rabaul.

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Today In Marine Corps History: 14 March 1905

The first Marine military attaché was appointed to Legation at Peking, China.

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Today In Marine Corps History: 13 March 1943

The first group of 71 Women Marine officer candidates arrived at the U.S. Midshipmen School (Women’s Reserve) at Mount Holyoke College in South Hadley, Massachusetts. The Navy’s willingness to share training facilities enabled the Marine Corps to begin training Marine Corps Women’s Reserve officers just one month after the creation of the MCWR was announced.

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Today In Marine Corps History: 12 March 1824

Marines of the Boston Barracks quelled a Massachusettes State Prison riot.

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Today In Marine Corps History: 11 March 1778

Marines participated the action when the Continental Navy frigate Boston, enroute to France, sighted, engaged, and captured the British merchant ship Martha.
As the drum of the Boston beat to arms, John Adams seized a musket and joined the Marines on deck until the frigate’s captain, Samuel Tucker, sent him below for safety.

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Today In Marine Corps History: 10 March 1783

Marines in fighting tops of the USS Alliance helped defeat HMS Sibyll.

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Today In Marine Corps History: 9 March 1847

Expeditionary Marines landed and seized Vera Cruz, Mexico, during the Mexican War.Marine Corps Moto Pic

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Today In Marine Corps History: 8 March 1965

The 9th Marine Expeditionary Brigade landed at DaNang, Republic of Vietnam as the first U.S. ground combat troops to be committed to that conflict. The 3,500 men arrived both across the beach with Battalion Landing Team 3/9, and at DaNang Airfield with Battalion Landing Team 1/3.

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Today In Marine Corps History: 7 March 1951

The 1st, 7th, and 11th Marine Regiments commenced operations against enemy forces at Hongchon, Korea.

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Today In Marine Corps History: 6 March 1944

Marines assault Talasea on New Britain (secured 8 March 1944).

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Today In Marine Corps History: 5 March 1947

The 7th Marine Regiment disbanded at Camp Pendleton following their return from China. Personnel and equipment were transferred to the 3rd Marine Brigade.

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Today In Marine Corps History: 4 March 1801

The Marine Band performed at a Presidential Inauguration for the first time.

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