March 1931

Main Station, Parris Island

Volume 14, Issue 3
Author: 

Lou Wylie

Second Lieutenant R. H. McDowell, who has been on duty at the East Wing, has taken over second Lieutenant W. E. Dickey's duties in this area, Lieutenant Dickey having been transferred to the East Wing.

Captain H. S. Hausmann and Second Lieutenant G. K. Fribby, formerly from the recruit area, have been assigned to duty at the Naval Prison.

Corporal Joe Crousen, the Marine who won the Nicaraguan War, was attached to this area for a few days the first part of the month but became disgusted with the serenity of life on Parris Island and left for China on the 5th.

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