Eusey, Charles Jacob, Capt

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Last Rank
Captain
Last Primary MOS
0302-Infantry Officer
Last MOSGroup
Infantry
Primary Unit
1944-1945, 0302, 3rd Bn, 26th Marine Regiment (3/26)/I Co
Service Years
1936 - 1945

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Home State
Ohio
Ohio
Year of Birth
1917
 
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Home Town
Columbus
Last Address
San Diego California

Casualty Date
Feb 26, 1945
 
Cause
Hostile, Died of Wounds
Reason
Artillery, Rocket, Mortar
Location
Japan
Conflict
World War II
Location of Interment
Honolulu Memorial - Honolulu, Hawaii
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MIA/POW

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5th Marine Division

The 5th Marine Division was a United States Marine Corps infantry division which was activated on 11 November 1943 (officially activated on 21 January 1944) at Camp Pendleton, California during World War II. The 5th Division saw its first combat action during the Battle of Iwo Jima in 1945 where it sustained the highest number of casualties of the three Marine divisions of the V Amphibious Corps (invasion force). The 5th Division was to be part of the planned invasion of the Japan homeland before Japan surrendered. Assault troops of the 5th Division were included in the Presidential Unit Citation awarded to the V Amphibious Corps for extraordinary heroism on Iwo Jima from 19 to 28 February 1945. The 5th Division was deactivated on 5 February 1946.

The 5th Division was ordered to be reactivated on 1 March 1966 at Camp Pendleton, California, during the Vietnam War. The division, beginning with the reactivation of Regimental Landing Team 26 (RLT 26), was expected to be fully manned within one year; the 5th Division was never in command of the 26th Marine Regiment (26th Marines) in the war. In December, all three infantry battalions of the 26th Marines were fighting in Vietnam attached to the 3rd Marine Division. By June 1967, the 5th Division was ready to deploy anywhere. It was never intended that the 5th Division would go overseas. It was a force in readiness. But in February 1968, General William C. Westmoreland, U.S. Army, commander of U.S. forces in South Vietnam, asked for help because of the all-out Communist Tet Offensive. The 27th Marine Regiment (27th Marines), 5th Marine Division, was airlifted out on 48 hours notice, with 3,700 Marines. In September, it became the first major combat unit to come home from the Vietnam War. The 5th Marine Division formally deactivated on 26 November 1969

Type
HQ/Command Elements
Existing/Disbanded
Disbanded
Parent Unit
WWII Units (Disbanded)
Strength
Division
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Not Specified
   

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5th Marine Division

Bourke, Thomas, LtGen, (1917-1946) Major General
Rockey, Keller E, LtGen, (1913-1950) Major General
Butler, John Augustus, LtCol, (1934-1945) Lieutenant Colonel
Robertson, Donn, LtGen, (1938-1972) Lieutenant Colonel
Musch, Warren, Capt, (1943-1946) Captain
Boisture, William, LtCol, (1942-1946) First Lieutenant
Cona, Angelo, 1stLt, (1944-1945) First Lieutenant
Richardson, Obert Carmen, 1stLt, (1941-1945) Second Lieutenant
Barnes, William, GySgt, (1941-1945) Gunnery Sergeant
Roundy, Nathan James, GySgt, (1940-1945) Gunnery Sergeant
Stauff, Harold, CWO2, (1936-1957) Gunnery Sergeant
Weathers, Earl, TSgt, (1937-1945) Technical Sergeant
Fiske, Richard, Sgt, (1940-1948) Sergeant
Queeney, Martin J, Sgt, (1942-1945) Sergeant
Uhl, Robert Victor, Sgt, (1942-1945) Sergeant
Wangen, Orville E, Sgt, (1941-1945) 521 Sergeant
Armstrong, Milton, SSgt, (1943-1946) Corporal
Block, Harlon Henry, CPL, (1943-1945) Corporal
Boone, Louis Henry, Cpl, (1941-1945) Corporal
Lyons, Thomas, CPL, (1940-1945) 521 Corporal
Meador, Randal G, CPL, (1942-1945) 521 Corporal
Tabert, Frederick J., CPL, (1942-1945) Corporal
Terrell, Lee, CPL, (1943-1946) Corporal
Thompson, William, CPL, (1942-1951) 521 Corporal
Wheeler, Richard, CPL, (1941-1945) 521 Corporal
Gilland, Merlin, CPL, (1943-1945) 8023 Lance Corporal
Coleman, Edward J., PFC, (1944-1945) Private 1st Class
Dionne, Maurice Frederick, PFC, (1944-1945) Private 1st Class
Espenes, Kenneth, SSgt, (1944-1956) 521 Private 1st Class
Keeley, Dean, PFC, (1943-1947) 521 Private 1st Class
Maple, Stanley, PFC, (1943-1945) 521 Private 1st Class
Mooney, Leonard, PFC, (1943-1946) 521 Private 1st Class
Murawski, Henry, PFC, (1944-1945) Private 1st Class
Peterson, James Howard, CWO2, (1945-1965) Private 1st Class
Quinn, Jack Thomas, PFC, (1940-1945) Private 1st Class
Ruhl, Donald Jack, PFC, (1942-1945) Private 1st Class
Andersen, Raymond E, Pvt, (1944-1945) 521 Private
Eagle, Wesley, PFC, (1944-1945) Private
Elgin, George Lewis, Pvt, (1944-1945) Private
King, Ford Calvin, Pvt, (1944-1945) 521 Private
Leitner, George, Pvt, (1944-1945) Private
Oakey, Lorin Roy, Pvt, (1944-1945) Private
Hermle, Leo D, LtGen, (1917-1949) 99 9903 Brigadier General
Beckett, John Wesley, BGen, (1918-1949) 3 0302 Lieutenant Colonel
Berkeley, James P, LtGen, (1927-1965) 25 2502 Lieutenant Colonel
Pollock, Daniel Carroll, Col, (1936-1964) 3 0302 Lieutenant Colonel
Swanson, Emmet Oscar, Col, (1940-1945) 21 2102 Major
Caldwell, Frank, Col, (1942-1973) 3 0302 Captain
Gray, Philip R., Capt, (1944-1945) 3 0302 Captain
Haynes, Fred, MGen, (1942-1977) 3 0302 Captain
McDermott, James S., Capt, (1944-1945) 8 0802 Captain
Nolan, Michael Earl, Maj, (1941-1963) 18 1801 Captain
Van Beest, William, Capt, (1943-1945) 3 0302 Captain
Callahan, Francis H., CPL, (1943-1950) 13 1302 First Lieutenant
Mahoney, Thomas G., 1stLt, (1944-1945) 3 0302 First Lieutenant
Tuttle, Albert Theodore, 1stLt, (1943-1946) 3 0302 First Lieutenant
Wells, John Keith, Maj, (1942-1959) 3 0302 First Lieutenant
Gelshenen, Martin L., 2ndLt, (1944-1945) 3 0302 Second Lieutenant
Hatch, Norman, Maj, (1940-1979) 46 4671 Warrant Officer

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