Davis, Elizabeth, Cpl

Personnel, Administration and Retention
 
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Current Service Status
USMC Veteran
Current/Last Rank
Corporal
Current/Last Primary MOS
0151-Administrative Clerk
Current/Last MOSGroup
Personnel, Administration and Retention
Previously Held MOS
0100-Basic MOS
Primary Unit
1978-1978, 0151, USMC Command and Staff College
Service Years
1974 - 1978
Official/Unofficial USMC Certificates
Cold War Certificate

Corporal

 
One Hash Mark

 

 Official Badges 


 Unofficial Badges 

US Marines Corps Honorable Discharge Cold War Medal


 Military Association Memberships
Disabled American Veterans (DAV)Women Marines AssociationAmerican LegionMarine Corps Association and Foundation (MCA&F)
Women in Miiltary Service for America Memorial Foundation
  1985, Disabled American Veterans (DAV) [Verified]
  2006, Women Marines Association [Verified]
  2006, American Legion [Verified]
  2008, Marine Corps Association and Foundation (MCA&F) [Verified]
  2008, Women in Miiltary Service for America Memorial Foundation


 Additional Information
What are you doing now:
"Davis" is my maiden name (what I enlisted under), but I was married for most of my tour in the Corps and went by the last name of "Burt". I quit using Burt in 1987.

   
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Cpl.Elizabeth (Bert) Davis posted by 03 Shaver, John, Jr. (Rebel 1-0), Sgt 2253
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NEO - US Evacuation (Cyprus)
Start Year
1974
End Year
1974

Description
On 15 July 1974, Archbishop Makarios of Cyprus was overthrown by Greek Cypriot factions seeking "enosis," or union, with Greece. On 20 July 1974, in a countermove, Turkish forces landed on the north coast of Cyprus. The following day, the 34th MAU (consisting of HMM-162 and BLT 1/8th Marines) in its amphibious shipping took station off the south coast of Cyprus in readiness to evacuate US and third country nationals. The 34th MAU was also alerted on 20 July 1974 to standby for evacuation operations. Two days later on 22 July 1974, HMM-162 began helicopter evacuation of civilian personnel from Dhekelia, Greece. A total of 466 civilian personnel including 384 Americans were transported from Dhekelia to the USS Coronado. The evacuees were debarked safely on 23 July 1974 at Beirut, Lebanon. The USS Inchon, with HMM-162 and elements of BLT 1/8th Marines was alerted for special contingency operations, which did not materialize.
   
My Participation in This Battle or Operation
From Year
1974
To Year
1974
 
Last Updated:
Mar 23, 2017
   
Personal Memories
   
My Photos From This Battle or Operation
Cold War Certificate

  1 Also There at This Battle:
 
  • Schaffer, Harry J, PFC, (1973-1979)
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