December 1929

Typical Combat Patrols in Nicaragua

Volume 14, Issue 4

MOST of the contacts between Marine patrols and hostile forces in Nicaragua have been made in the Department of Nueva Segovia. No one who has served in this wild corner of the Republic will ever forget it. On every hand rise mountains and cliffs which awe the American who sees them for the first time. It seems impossible for man or beast to pass beyond such barriers.

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