December 1921

The March of Events

Volume 6, Issue 4

Samuel M Harrington

John H Craige

JULY 1st.-The following list gives the relative standing of the ten Marine Corps pilots having the most flying time for the period from January 1st to July 1st, 1921:

July 11th.-The first move toward organizing the U. S. Marine Corps Club of Southern California was taken on July 11th when a number of Marines and ex-Marines, headed by Captain Charles T. Brooks, met in Los Angeles and elected temporary officers. R. W. Waterman will serve temporarily as chairman, and Sergeant L. A. Voss as secretary.

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