Scott, George Campbell, Sgt

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Sergeant
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1945-1949, Marine Barracks Washington DC, 8th & I
Service Years
1945 - 1949

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Home State
Virginia
Virginia
Year of Birth
1927
 
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Last Address
Westlake Villiage, CA

Date of Passing
Sep 22, 1999
 
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Westwood Memorial Cemetery - Westwood, California
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Marine Barracks Washington DC, 8th & I


MARINE BARRACKS WASHINGTON HISTORY

Established in 1801, Marine Barracks Washington, is the "Oldest Post of the Corps" and has been the residence of every commandant of the Marine Corps since 1806. The selection of the site for the Barracks was a matter of personal interest to President Thomas Jefferson, who rode through Washington with Lt. Col. William Ward Burrows, the second commandant of the Marine Corps, in search of a suitable location. The site now occupied was approved due to its proximity to the Washington Navy Yard and because it was within easy marching distance of the Capitol.

 

The early 19th-century Barracks was arranged in a quadrangle as it is today, and the use of the building was similar. The areas on the south and east side of the quadrangle were used for offices, maintenance facilities and living spaces for troops, and a building on the west was the location of the officers' quarters. The Home of the Commandants at the north end of the Barracks was completed in 1806 and is the only original building still standing. It is the oldest public building in continuous use in the nation's Capitol. The rest of the Barracks was rebuilt between 1900 and 1907.

 The training of new officers and recruits started at the barracks soon after it was established and continued throughout the 19th century. Until 1901, it was also the location of Marine Corps Headquarters. Marines from the Barracks participated in the defense of Washington in the War of 1812, and served in the Indian Wars of 1826-37, the war with Mexico, the Civil War and the Spanish American War. Most recently, Marines from the Barracks deployed to Southwest Asia and participated in Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm.

  

The Barracks has also been home to the United States Marine Band since 1801. Shortly after its formation, the band was requested to play for President John Adams at the Executive Mansion. This White House engagement began a tradition which became so established that today the names "Marine Band" and "President's Own" are synonymous. It was at the Barracks that John Philip Sousa, during the time he was the director of the Marine Band, wrote many of his immortal marches.
 

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Marine Barracks
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Battalion
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40  Perez, Luis, CPL 20
   

Last Updated: Feb 25, 2019
   
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George instructed English literature and Radio Speaking and Writing.

   
   
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Marine Barracks Washington DC, 8th & I

Johnson, James Edmund, Sgt, (1943-1950) Sergeant
Ongaro, Frederick, CPL, (1942-1946) Private 1st Class
Luckey, Robert, LtGen, (1927-1963) 8 0802 Colonel
Gordan, Elizabeth Louise, Capt, (1943-1947) 43 4302 Captain
Seabeck, Frank Eugene, Maj, (1943-1963) 3 0302 Captain
Shelnutt, John, Capt, (1936-1950) 3 0302 Captain
Lutheran, George, GySgt, (1942-1961) 99 9915 Gunnery Sergeant
Sundquist, Florence E, SSgt, (1943-1946) 46 4611 Staff Sergeant
Knutson, Alvin Harold, Sgt, (1941-1945) 8 0800 Sergeant
McGarrigle, Joseph J, Sgt, (1941-1946) OF 373 Sergeant
Adams, Birney A, Capt, (1944-1960) 3 0311 Corporal
Andriliunas, Francis L, Col, (1946-1980) OF Corporal
Black, Theodore Halsey, Capt, (1946-1957) 3 0311 Corporal
Bowers, Raymond Trammell, CPL, (1945-1950) 3 0311 Corporal
Cleveland, Jr, William Leroy, LtCol, (1942-1976) 7 0756 Corporal
Cummings, Dale Duane, 2ndLt, (1946-1954) 3 0311 Corporal
Harbula, Bob, CPL, (1948-1952) 3 0311 Corporal
Maynard, Hubert A, SgtMaj, (1942-1970) 3 0311 Corporal
Peurifoy, Robert Eugene, CPL, (1942-1945) 3 0311 Corporal
Van Keuren, Robert Eugene, CPL, (1941-1945) 3 0311 Corporal
Adams, Dwayne Arlum, PFC, (1943-1946) 3 0311 Private 1st Class
Frost, James, GySgt, (1947-1970) 21 2111 Private 1st Class
Santare, Charlesl, PFC, (1945-1948) OF 528 Private 1st Class
Shifflette, Leonard, Capt, (1948-1970) 1 0141 Private 1st Class
Olson, Richard, Pvt, (1948-1952) 58 Private
Co B

Mayfield, Ralph Parker, Maj, (1941-1945) 75 7308 Major
Commandant's Own, Marine Corps Drum and Bugle Corps

Roberts, Pernell Elven, CPL, (1946-1948) 98 9812 Corporal
Marine Corps Institute

Butler, Douglas, SSgt, (1948-1953) Private 1st Class
Dixon, Eugene, GySgt, (1946-1966) 0 8211 Sergeant
Neff, Irene Elizabeth, Sgt, (1943-1946) 43 4312 Sergeant

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