Santo Domingo After the Marines
SEPTEMBER 1 to 16, 1924, "at Fort Ozama, Santo Domingo City, D. R. 17, embarked on board the U. S. S. Kittery at Santo Domingo City. D. R., and sailed same date. 25, arrived and disembarked at Naval Operating Base, Hampton Roads, Va." Colonel Richard M. Cutts was in command of that last-leaving detachment.
The above-quoted words on the muster roll of the "East Coast Casual Company Number Two. Forces in the Dominican Republic," closed the last chapter of the voluminous volume describing the occupation of the Dominican Republic that opened on May 5, 1916.
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