Dominican Republic

While the American Marines came out of the Dominican Republic in 1924 they are still interested in that country.

Some of the Marines stationed in Haiti, particularly the aviators, visit the sister Island-Republic, from time to time. Brigadier-General George Richards visited Santo Domingo in the fall of 1926; the Flagship Seattle was at Santo Domingo City February 14-16, 1927 and Colonel James C. Breckinridge, Fleet Marine Officer, reported that the Dominicans received them very hospitably; the Dawes Commission was down there in 1929 and Colonel Harold C. Reisinger dropped in on the Dominicans in the same year... Read the entire article