Igleburger, Theodore Quentin, PFC

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Last Rank
Private 1st Class
Last Primary MOS
0311-Rifleman
Last MOSGroup
Infantry
Primary Unit
1943-1943, 0311, 1st Raider Bn/Co B
Service Years
1942 - 1943

Private 1st Class

 
 

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Home State
Ohio
Ohio
Year of Birth
1921
 
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Casualty Info
Home Town
Dayton
Last Address
1635 Darst Avenue, Dayton, Ohio

Casualty Date
Jul 10, 1943
 
Cause
Hostile, Died of Wounds
Reason
Unknown, Not Reported
Location
Solomon Islands
Conflict
World War II
Location of Interment
Dayton Memorial Park - Dayton, Ohio
Wall/Plot Coordinates
Chapel Level Aisle B Side B Lot 213 Site 6

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 Enlisted/Officer Basic Training
  1942, Boot Camp (Parris Island, SC), 0000
 Unit Assignments
RTR (Cadre) MCRD Parris IslandMarine BarracksUSMC (United States Marine Corps)1st Raider Bn
  1942-1942, 521, RTR (Cadre) MCRD Parris Island
  1942-1942, 528, Marine Barracks Portsmouth, NH
  1942-1942, 528, Marine Barracks New River, NC
  1942-1943, 0300, 6th Replacement Draft
  1943-1943, 0311, 1st Raider Bn/Co B
 Combat and Non-Combat Operations
  1943-1943 Northern Solomon Islands Campaign (1943-44)/New Georgia Group Operation
 Additional Information
Last Known Activity
Died 10 Jul 1943, of wounds received in action on 09 Jul 1943, during operations against Imperial Japanese Forces in the vicinity of Enogai Point on New Georgia Island, British Solomon Islands.
   
Comments/Citation
IGLEBURGER, Theodore Q., PFC 521/522/745                     SN: 345284
Born:  XX Xxx 1921 Dayton, Montgomery County, Ohio
Enlisted USMCR: 06 Jan 1942 (Home of Record:  1635 Darst Avenue, Dayton, Ohio)
Died: 10 Jul 1943 (DOW, New Georgia Island, British Solomon Islands)
Interred: Dayton Memorial Park Cemetery, Dayton, Ohio (Chapel Level, Aisle B, Side B, Lot 213, Space 6)
 
Headquarters, Central Recruiting Division, Chicago, IL
Jan 1942 Pvt, Hq, CRD, Chicago, IL “6Jan42; 6, Jd enl at DHS Cincinnati, Oh. and tr to MB, PI, S.C. same day”
10th Recruit Battalion, Recruit Depot, Marine Barracks, Parris Island, SC
Jan 1942 Pvt, 10thRecBn, RDep, MB, Parris Island, SC “6Jan42; 8, jdenl fr RS Cincinnati, Ohio”
Feb 1942 Pvt, 10thRecBn, RDep, MB, Parris Island, SC
 
Marine Barracks, Navy Yard, Portsmouth, NH
Apr 1942 Pvt, MB, NYd, Portsmouth, NH
Barracks Detachment, Marine Barracks, New River, NC
Jul 1942 Pvt, BksDet, MB, New River, NC
Oct 1942 Pvt, BksDet, MB, New River, NC “12, to 2ndGdCo, GdBn, Post”
2nd Guard Company, Guard Battalion, Marine Barracks, New River, NC
Oct 1942 Pvt, 2ndGdCo, GdBn, MB, New River, NC “6Jan42; 12, jdfr BksDet, MB, New River, NC; 26, to TTC, FMF, Camp Elliott, San Diego, Calif.” 
 
6th Replacement  Battalion, FMF, Training Center, Camp Elliott, San Diego, CA
Oct 1942 Pvt, 6thReplBn, FMF, TC, Camp Elliott, San Diego, CA “6Jan42; 26, jdfr GdBn, MB, New River, NC”
Jan 1943 Pvt, 6thReplBn, FMF, In the Field (Noumea, New Caledonia) “5, to 1st Raider Bn, 1st Raider Regt, 1st MAC”
 
Company B, 1st Raider Battalion, 1st Marine Raider Regiment, FMF, In the Field
Jan 1943 Pvt, Co B, 1stRdrBn, 1stMarRdrRegt, FMF, In the Field (Noumea, N.C.) “5, jdfr 6thReplBn, 1st MAC, Noumea, N.C.”
Apr 1943 Pvt, Co B, 1stRdrBn, 1stMarRdrRegt, FMF, In the Field (Noumea, N.C.) “16-20 and 22-24, on bd APD in conn with spl trng”
Jul 1943 PFC, Co B, 1stRdrBn, 1stMarRdrRegt, FMF, In the Field (New Georgia, B.S.I.) “6Jan42; 4, emb abd USS KILTY at Guadalcanal, B.S.I. and sailed therefrom same date; 4, underway; 5, landed on enemy territory and participated in action on New Georgia, B.S.I.;  9, WIA at Enogai Point on New Georgia Island, B.S.I.; 10, DOW and buried on island;  GO#20 does not apply.”
 
Based on this service record, I believe that we can confidently state that he rates the following awards for WWII:
Purple Heart Medal
Combat Action Ribbon
Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal
American Campaign Medal
Asiatic/Pacific Campaign Medal-1 star
World War II Victory Medal
 
   
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