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1st Bn, 15th Marine Regiment (1/15)
United States Marine Corps
Strength
Battalion
Type
Ground Unit
Years
1944 - 1946

Reporting Units

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Members Who Served in This Unit

Andersen, Howard Milton Lobb, Sgt
Status
USMCR Veteran
Service Years
1943 - 1948
MOS
603-Field Artillery Crewman
Primary Unit
1st Bn, 11th Marine Regiment (1/11)
Home State
Nebraska
Home Town
Kearney, Buffalo Co, NE
Augurson, William, GySgt
Status
USMC Retired
Service Years
1990 - 2010
MOS
0369-Infantry Unit Leader
Primary Unit
1st Bn, 15th Marine Regiment (1/15)
Home State
North Carolina
Home Town
Not Specified
Bald, Edward, SgtMaj
Status
USMC Retired
Service Years
1914 - 1945
MOS
584-Sergeant Major
Primary Unit
MCB San Diego, CA
Home State
Pennsylvania
Home Town
Philadelphia
Brower, James, Col
Status
USMC Retired
Service Years
1931 - 1960
MOS
9906-Colonel, Ground
Primary Unit
HQ Battery, 11th Marine Regiment
Home State
Pennsylvania
Home Town
Not Specified
Brown, Wilburt, MGen
Status
USMC Retired
Service Years
1918 - 1953
MOS
9903-General Officer
Primary Unit
Fleet Marine Force Pacific (FMFPAC)
Home State
Massachusetts
Home Town
Not Specified
Castle, Noel Oker, Capt
Status
Not Specified
Service Years
1936 - 1942
MOS
0302-Infantry Officer
Primary Unit
MIA - WWII
Home State
District Of Columbia
Home Town
Washington, DC

Unit Description

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Member Photos For This Unit

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Unit Patches

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Unit Citations

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Unit History

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Operations History

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Reunion information

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