U.S. Marine Base
Title:
U.S. Marine Base
San Diego California (CA), Linen unused

Description:
The United States Marine Base is an important adjunct of Uncle Sam's defense units and one on which the citizens of San Diego take a just pride.


Bachelor Officer's Quarters at Basic School
Title:
Bachelor Officer's Quarters at Basic School
Quantico Virginia (VA), Chrome PM 1969 Aug-14



Words to the "Marines' Hymn," Flag, Soldiers, Plane Artwork
Title:
Words to the "Marines' Hymn," Flag, Soldiers, Plane Artwork
unused

Description:
From the Halls of Montezuma to the shores of Tripoli...3 full verses are included.


U.S. Marines Exercising With 3" Field Gun
Title:
U.S. Marines Exercising With 3" Field Gun
Divided Back unused

Description:
Enrique Muller Series 172-2



Scout Cars on Alert, Camp Le Jeune Marine Base
Title:
Scout Cars on Alert, Camp Le Jeune Marine Base
New River North Carolina (NC), Linen unused


Parade, Marine Corps Base
Title:
Parade, Marine Corps Base
San Diego California (CA), Linen

Description:
Seaschool troops in line formation dressed in their snappy dress blues, the traditional dress uniform of the United States Marine Corps. In the center is the far-famed San Diego Marine Corps Base Band. To the left and right of the Band are Base Troops of the Corps. The buildings in the background are enlisted men's barracks. E. C. Kropp Co.



Marines Swimming in Lake
Title:
Marines Swimming in Lake
Real Photo unused


Old Glory Flying Proudly Over Camp Las Pulgas
Title:
Old Glory Flying Proudly Over Camp Las Pulgas
Camp Pendleton California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
Old Glory flies proudly over the Headquarters of the 7th Marine Regiment at Camp Las Pulgas, Camp Pendleton. The regiment is one of three infantry regiments which compose the 1st Marine Division.



Camp Pendleton
Title:
Camp Pendleton
Chrome unused

Description:
Camp Pendleton's main gate handles hundreds of vehicles and thousands of people each day. The Gate is located on the southwest corner of Camp Pendleton near Oceanside.


The Headquarters of the 1st Marine Division
Title:
The Headquarters of the 1st Marine Division
Camp Pendleton California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
Is housed in this building. 1st Division Headquarters controls the thousands of Marines and dozens of units spread out over Camp Pendleton's 126,000 acres.



Marines' Parade Camp Harna
Title:
Marines' Parade Camp Harna
Camp Pendleton California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
Marines are world famous for their snappy precision drill. These are elements of a supporting unit. All men are armed here with either the .45 caliber pistol or the .30 caliber rifle.


A 105MM Howitzer Battery Of The 11th Marine Regiment
Title:
A 105MM Howitzer Battery Of The 11th Marine Regiment
Chrome unused

Description:
Louis & Virginia Kay Fired during maneuvers near Cone Hill on Camp Pendleton. The tent-covered dugout at right is the ammunition dump.



Machine Guns
Title:
Machine Guns
Camp Pendleton California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
Marines try their marksmanship with the M-60 machine gun at a Camp Pendleton live-fire range.


Marines Qualify at Chappo Flats Rifle Range
Title:
Marines Qualify at Chappo Flats Rifle Range
Chrome unused

Description:
Louis & Virginia Kay Marines of the 5th Marine Regiment fire on the 300 yard line during Qualification Day at Chappo Flats Rifle Range. They are firing 10 shots each within a 60-second time limit from the prone position. Marines at Camp Pendleton, like everywhere else, qualify with the rifle once a year in addition to firing on simulated combat ranges.



Infantry Marines Charge From An Amphibian Tractor
Title:
Infantry Marines Charge From An Amphibian Tractor
Chrome unused

Description:
Louis & Virginia Kay On Camp Pendleton's beach. The amphibian tractor is a prime means of assaulting enemy territory. It can bring through heavy surf 34 combat-equipped Marines and provides armor protection against small arms and shell fragments.


An Amphibian Tractor
Title:
An Amphibian Tractor
Camp Pendleton California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
Landing Vehicle Tracked P5 - churns through the Camp Del Mar Boat Basin on Camp Pendleton. The million and one-half square foot basin is used by the 3rd Amphibian Tractor Battalion and the Marine Corps Tracked Vehicle Test and Experimental Unit.



An Amphibian Truck
Title:
An Amphibian Truck
Camp Pendleton California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
Louis & Virginia Kay An amphibian truck plunges into the Pacific surf at Camp Del Mar, Camp Pendleton, with a load of Marines undergoing surf indoctrination training. When the "DUKW" is beyond the surf zone the Marines inflate their life jackets, jump overboard, and swim ashore under the watchful eyes of lifeguards.


35-ton amphibian tractor
Title:
35-ton amphibian tractor
Chrome unused

Description:
A 35-ton amphibian tractor of the 3rd Amphibian Tractor Battalion is guided into its parking place at Camp Del Mar, Camp Pendleton. As the vehicle's driver has limited visibility, ground guides direct the driver in close quarters.



An Amphibian Truck, Camp Del Mar
Title:
An Amphibian Truck, Camp Del Mar
Camp Pendleton California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
Louis & Virginia Kay An amphibian truck of the 1st Amphibian Truck Company prepares to move into the Pacific surf at Camp del Mar. The two swimmers aboard the vehicle are life guards. They watch over Marines undergoing surf indoctrination training.


Rifle Range
Title:
Rifle Range
California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
Marines load their rifles on the 300-yard line as they prepare for rapid-fire during annual rifle requalification. At a given signal these men will hit the deck and begin firing. They will have 60-seconds to get off 10 rounds.



Sea Stallions
Title:
Sea Stallions
Chrome unused

Description:
The Marine Corps Air Facility in Santa Ana houses these CH-53 "Sea Stallion" helicopters. The air facility is a training base for helicopter squadrons which deploy to South Vietnam for combat. Mike Roberts Studio


U.S. Marines with 50 Calibre Anti-Aircraft Guns
Title:
U.S. Marines with 50 Calibre Anti-Aircraft Guns
Linen PM 1941 Nov-24



Tell It To The Marine
Title:
Tell It To The Marine
Divided Back PM 1911 Aug-7


Silver Anniversary of the Women Marines
Title:
Silver Anniversary of the Women Marines
Chrome PM 1968

Description:
Silver Anniversary of the Women Marines, 1943 - 1968.



3rd Company Marine Camp Guantanamo
Title:
3rd Company Marine Camp Guantanamo
Guantanamo, Real Photo unused

Description:
From USS Texas Tour, c1915


Underseas Boat about to submerge
Title:
Underseas Boat about to submerge
PM Nov-4

Description:
The submarine has an interesting history in this country.The first one-invented and built by J.P Holland immediately aroused the envy of every nation in Europe



Marine Guard on board United States Warship
Title:
Marine Guard on board United States Warship
Divided Back

Description:
Series 1326


Marines at Camp Pendleton
Title:
Marines at Camp Pendleton
Chrome unused

Description:
Camp Pendleton Marines take advantage of off-duty hours to keep their weapons clean and in operating order



Camp Pendleton Air Strip
Title:
Camp Pendleton Air Strip
Chrome unused

Description:
Two light observation helicopters maneuver at the Camp Pendleton Air Strip. The helicopters, of Marine Observation Squadron Six, carry a pilot, co-pilot, and two passengers. They are use for reconnaissance and passenger missions


HOK Helicopters, Camp Pendleton
Title:
HOK Helicopters, Camp Pendleton
San Diego California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
A pair of HOK helicopters land near the Camp Pendleton Air Strip. The whirlybirds belong to the Marine Observation Squadron Six and perform reconnaissance and light transport missions for the 1st Marine Division



Engineers' Bridge
Title:
Engineers' Bridge
San Diego California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
The near-acrobatic agility of a tight-rope walker is required of the novice Marine as he maneuvers the "Engineers' Bridge", on the Conditioning Course which he must master while undergoing recruit training at the San Diego Marine Corps Recruit Depot


Hand-to-Hand Combat Practice
Title:
Hand-to-Hand Combat Practice
Parris Island South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, S. C. Outdoor hand-to-hand combat practice is supervised by expert instructors. This is only one of many forms of physical training by the recruits



U.S. Marines with 50 Calibre Anti-Aircraft Guns
Title:
U.S. Marines with 50 Calibre Anti-Aircraft Guns
Linen unused


Marine Corps
Title:
Marine Corps
Chrome unused

Description:
Cold Weather Training Center located in the Walker Valley



Marine Corps Recruit Depot
Title:
Marine Corps Recruit Depot
Parris Island South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Recruits go through a part of the muscle-building course on one of the physical training areas


Marine Raider Sniping in Tree Top
Title:
Marine Raider Sniping in Tree Top
Real Photo unused



Recruit Depot Headquarters and World War I Monument, Marine Barracks
Title:
Recruit Depot Headquarters and World War I Monument, Marine Barracks
Parris Island South Carolina (SC), Linen unused


Commemorative of a Battalion of United States Marines
Title:
Commemorative of a Battalion of United States Marines
Real Photo unused



Marines
Title:
Marines
Chrome unused

Description:
Marines load their rifles on the 300-yard line as they prepare for "rapid-fire" during annual rifle requalification. At a given signal these men will "hit the deck" and begin firing. They will have 60-seconds to get off ten rounds


Headquarters of the 1st Marine Division
Title:
Headquarters of the 1st Marine Division
Chrome unused

Description:
The Headquarters of the 1st Marine Division is housed in this building. 1st Division Headquarters controls the thousands of Marines and dozens of units spread out over Camp Pendleton's 126,000 acres



A Marine Battalion Landing Team
Title:
A Marine Battalion Landing Team
Chrome unused

Description:
A Marine Battalion landing Team making an assault on the beach


Grenada - 1983
Title:
Grenada - 1983
Chrome unused

Description:
Series 79 The Reagan administration invasion of Grenada brought one of the most critical challenges of his presidency. Americans rallied behind the presidency during international turmoil as evacuated medical students loudly expressed their gratitude, Reagan revealed the planned Cuban-Soviet buildup on the tiny island and gained public support for the relatively clean strike as America the brightest star of home in the world of today." October 25, 1983. Date of landing on Grenada - October 25, 1983 Number of Marines in the landing - Approximately 400 Maximum number of Marines on Grenada - Approximately 1,000 Redeployment date of Marines from Grenada - November 2, 1984. (Date - Courtesy of Department of Navy, marine corps Headquarters.)



Marine Headquarters Beirut
Title:
Marine Headquarters Beirut
Chrome unused

Description:
Series 130 Americans were shocked to hear of the bombing of Marine Headquarters in Beirut, Lebanon, and were doubly overcome about the pictures of Horrible devastation and days of hopeful digging for survivors. Americans mourned the over 240 dead as they thoughtfully weighed criticism of security measures versus Marine Corps orders to" keep a low profile." President Reagan bravely took the over-all responsibility for the incident, sending his stock soaring throughout the country, and thus cutting off further Congressional Wrangling. October 23, 1983.


Marines
Title:
Marines
Chrome unused

Description:
Series 76 Our nation plunged into anguish at the news of the Slaughter of Marines at the Marine Headquarters, on October 23, 1983. Reagan joined French and Italian troops in a multinational peacekeeping force. America was brought face to face with the consequences of being a superpower intent on using its military might to try to shape an unruly world. some 1,200 to 1,400 U. S. Marines were brought in to persuade Israel to pull its troops out of West Beirut; pave the way for withdrawal of all foreign military forces; restore a strong and stable central government and achieve peace between Israel and its Arab neighbors.



Marine Headquarters
Title:
Marine Headquarters
Beirut, Chrome unused

Description:
Americans were shocked to hear of the bombing of Marine Headquarters in Beiruf. Lebanon were doubly overcome about the pictures of hotrible devastation and days of hopeful digging for survivors. Americans mourned the over 240 dead as they thoughtfully weighed criticism of security measures versus marine Corps orders to “keep a low profile.” president Reagan bravely took the over-all responsibility for the incident, sending his stock soaring throughout the country, and thus cutting off further congressional Wrangling. October 23, 1983.


Marines
Title:
Marines
Chrome unused

Description:
As it became plain that the U. S. could not bring stability to Lebanon, President Reagan's administration decided to move the Marines gradually to the Sixth Fleet offshore and step up the U.S. Warships firing on rebel and Syrian positions around Beirut. On February 7, the White House announced the stepped-up redeployment and the next day the battleship New Jersey opened up with a massive bombardment of Syrian targets east of Beirut to enhance the safety of the Marines. The Marines were glad to leave for home, but their withdrawal triggered fierce fighting involving Shiite and Druse militiamen, Christians and Phalangists who massacred scores of civilians.



Marines
Title:
Marines
Chrome unused

Description:
Our nation plunged into anguish at the news of the slaughter of Marines at the Marine Headquarters on October 23, 1983. Reagan joined French and Italian troops in a multinational peacekeeping force. America was brought face to face with the consequences of being a superpower intent on using its military might to try to shape an unruly world. Some 1,200 to 1,400 U.S. Marines were brought in to: persuade Israel to pull its troops out of West Beirut; pave the way to the way for withdrawal of all foreign military forces; restore a strong and stable central government and achieve peace between Israel and its Arau neighbors.


Headquarters
Title:
Headquarters
South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Within the walls of this three-story brick building the Recruit Training Command maintains its offices. Its mission is to conduct the intense program of recruit training which has produced the finest group of fighting men in the world the U. S. Marines



Marine Bks
Title:
Marine Bks
Parris Island South Carolina (SC), Real Photo unused


A Landing Party
Title:
A Landing Party
White Border PM 1917

Description:
U. S. Marines with small field piece



U. S. Marines Formation of Riot Square
Title:
U. S. Marines Formation of Riot Square
Divided Back PM 1907


The Marines' Hymn
Title:
The Marines' Hymn
Divided Back unused

Description:
From the halls of Montezuma, to the shores of Tripoli. We fight out country's battles on the land as on the sea. First to fight for right and freedom and to keep our honor clean; we are proud to claim the title of United States Marine. Our flag's unfurled to every breeze from dawn to setting sun; We have fought in every clime and place where we could take a gun; in the snow of far off northern lands and in sunny tropic scenes, you will find us always on the job - The United States Marines. Here's health to you and to our corps which we are proud to serve; in many a strife we've fought for life and never lost our nerve; if the Army and the Navy ever look on heaven's scenes, they will find the streets are guarded by United States Marines.



Ask a Marine - Marine Corps Recruiting
Title:
Ask a Marine - Marine Corps Recruiting
Chrome


USMC Club House, 1910
Title:
USMC Club House, 1910
Real Photo unused



Women Marines - 25th Anniversary 1943-1968
Title:
Women Marines - 25th Anniversary 1943-1968
Chrome PM 1968


A.F.F.W. workers with the Marines in France
Title:
A.F.F.W. workers with the Marines in France
Divided Back unused



The Marines' Hymn
Title:
The Marines' Hymn
Divided Back unused

Description:
From the halls of Montezuma, to the shores of Tripoli. We fight our country's battle's on the land as on the sea. First to fight for right and freedom and to keep our honor clean; we are proud to claim the title of United States Marine. Our flag's unfurled to every breeze from dawn to setting sun; we have fought in every clime and place where we could take a gun; in the snow of far off northern lands and in sunny tropic scenes, you will find us always on the job - The United States Marines. Here's health to you and to our corps which we are proud to serve; in many a strife we've fought for life and never lost our nerve; if the Army and the Navy ever look on heaven's scenes, they will find the streets are guarded by United States Marines


United States Marine - Boy in Uniform in front of American Flag
Title:
United States Marine - Boy in Uniform in front of American Flag
Divided Back unused

Description:
U.S. and Her Allies Series 576 US and Her Allies



A Pair of HOK Helicopters
Title:
A Pair of HOK Helicopters
Chrome unused

Description:
Land near the Camp Pendleton Air Strip. The whirlybrids belong to the Marine Observation Squadron Six and perform reconnaissance and light transport missions for the 1st Marine Division


A Salute from Marine Corps Base
Title:
A Salute from Marine Corps Base
San Diego California (CA), Linen



Marine Helicopter Approaching the USS Lake Champlain
Title:
Marine Helicopter Approaching the USS Lake Champlain
Chrome unused

Description:
(CVS-39) with CDR. Alan Shepard aboard, while carrying the Mercury Capsule. Navy Helicopter in the background photographing this historical event. P2V in upper right of picture


Camp Pendelton Marine Corps Ontos Antitank Tank
Title:
Camp Pendelton Marine Corps Ontos Antitank Tank
Chrome unused

Description:
Series 77512



Main Gate Usmcas
Title:
Main Gate Usmcas
Hawaii (HI), Chrome unused

Description:
Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii. Home of 1st marine Brigade, FMF. Composed of 4th Marine Regiment, Marine Aircraft Group 13 and supporting Units.


The Marines Hymn
Title:
The Marines Hymn
Linen PM 1951 May-19

Description:
From the halls of Montezuma to the shores of Tripoli, We fight our country's battles On he land as on he sea. First to fight for right and freedom And to keep our honor clean; We are proud to claim the title of United States Marine. Here's health to you and to our Corps Which we are proud to serve, In many a strife we've fought for life and never lost our nerve. If the Army and the Navy Ever look on Heaven's scenes, they will find the streets are guarded by United States Marines.



The Marines' Hymn
Title:
The Marines' Hymn
Linen unused

Description:
FROM THE HALLS OF MONTEXUMA TO THE SHORES OF TRIPOLI, WE FIGHT UOR COUNTRY'S BATTLE ON THE LAND AS ON THE SEA. FIRST TO FIGHT FOR RIGHT AND FREEDOM AND TO KEEP OUR HONOR CLEAN; WE ARE PROUD TO CLAIM THE TITLE OF UNITED STATES MARINE. HERE'S HEALTH TO YOU AND TO OUR CORPS WHICH WE ARE PROUD TO SERVE, IN MANY A STRIFE WE'VE FOUGHT FOR LIFE AND NEVER LAST OUR NERVE. IF THE ARMY AND THE NAVY EVER LOOK ON HEAVEN'S SCENES, THEY WILL FIND THE STREETS ARE GUARDED BY UNITED STATES MARINES.


A Salute From Marine Corps Base
Title:
A Salute From Marine Corps Base
San Diego California (CA), Linen unused



Pledge of Allegiance Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force
Title:
Pledge of Allegiance Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force
Linen unused

Description:
I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.




Total: 67 Items